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Vernacular Communities: Texts and Interactions in the European Borders in Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Age

From: 2019-11-19 To:2019-11-22

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    Medieval & Early Modern Philosophy
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    Aristotelica Portugalensia
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    Vernacular Communities: Texts and Interactions in the European Borders in Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Age

    Second Meeting of the Slovak-Portuguese bilateral project
    Porto, 19th to 22th November 2019

    Venue: Faculdade de Letras.

     

    PROGRAM

     

    19 and 20.11 Workshop
    (see workshop program -->  PDF)

    20.11 Workshop/Meeting

    10.00-13.00 Porto-Bratislava Team work (Sala Departamento de Filosofia-Torre B)

    15.00-17.00 Meeting Porto-Bratislava Teams (GFM IF)

     

    21.11 Study visit

    "Medieval Porto”

     

    22.11: Individual research

    At arts Faculty Library and the specialised section of the Gabinete de Filosofia Medieval

    Individual research and discussion.

     

     

    19 and 20.11 Workshop
    Vernacular Communities: Texts and Interactions in the European Borders
    (see workshop program -->  PDF)

    19 November

    Room 201

    14.30

    Opening by Martin Homza – José Meirinhos

     

    15.00 -16.15

    Martin Homza: From “common Slavic” to the codification of Slovak language

    Peter Benka: Vernacular communities and the Reformation in the Upper Hungarian towns

    16.15-16.30 Coffee Break

    16.30-17.45

    Maria Pinho:  Horto do Esposo: a spiritual book from the Portuguese late middle ages.

    Mario Correia: Castelo Perigooso: a portuguese version of seven French Carthusian treatises.

     

    20.11 Workshop (cont.)

    Room: Departamento de Filosofia

    10.00-11.15

    Ivana Labancová: Franciscans, sermons and multilingualism in the Upper Hungary

    Stanislava Kuzmová: Latin models and vernacular preaching in Central Europe: Peregrinus and others

    11.15-11.30: Coffee Break

     

    11.30-12.30

    José Higuera: The Vernacularization of Science: Late Medieval Astrology in Iberia

     

    12.30-13.00
    Conclusions

     

    15.00-17.00
    Meeting Porto-Bratislava Teams discussion.

    Room: GFM

     


    Organisation: Eleonora Lombardo -- José Higuera -- José Meirinhos -- Maria Luís Leite Pinho

    Project: Europe in vernacular: The rise of vernacular languages at the borders of Latin World in Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Age. Contexts and Ideas

    FCT Refrence: FCT/483/15/01/2019/S

    Programa FCT: Cooperação Científica e Tecnológica FCT/Eslováquia- 2019/2020

    Funding Institution: Fundação para a Ciência e a tecnologia.

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