On the 15th of February 2019 beginning at 9.30 AM there will be a workshop-conference with the title Church and Society in Late Medieval Transylvania [Egyház és társadalom a késő-középkori Erdélyben] organized by the Transylvanian Museum Society's Research Institute. The venue of the event is the EME auditory at Napoca str. nr. 2. During the conference 10 scientists from Hungary and Transilvania (Hungarians and Romanians) will lecture in English on the different aspects of the 14th-16th century Transylvanian church history (for instance the relationship between the Transylvanian diocese and the Vatican, the development of the monastery network, personal history analysis of diverse layers of the church, changes in religious attitude and church literacy). Following the discussions the event will be concluded by a book presentation during which two new and significant publications, one from the Romanian one from the Hungarian reference literature in church history. Everyone interested is welcome!
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Church and Society in Late Medieval Transylvania (14th–16th Centuries)
Cluj-Napoca/Kolozsvár, 15th February 2019)
Fedeles Tamás (PhD, Pécs – University of Pécs, HAS-PPCU Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group): The Transylvanian Diocese and the Apostolic Chamber during the Reign of King Sigismund of Luxembourg.
F. Romhányi Beatrix (PhD, Budapest – Károli Gáspár University): Special Questions in a Special Region: Changes of the Monastic Network in Transylvania.
Carmen Florea (PhD, Cluj-Napoca – Babeș-Bolyai University): The Impact of Observant Reform on Religious Life
11.30–11.50: Coffee break
Lupescu Mária-Magdolna (PhD, Cluj-Napoca – Babeș-Bolyai University): The Kinship Connections and Social Networks of the Transylvanian Chapter. A Case Study
Kovács Mihai (PhD Student, Alba Iulia – Babeș-Bolyai University, ‘TRANS.SCRIPT – The Center for Diplomatic and Medieval Documentary Paleography'): Episcopal Familiares and Their Careers in the First Decades of the Sixteenth century
Ciprian Firea (PhD, Cluj-Napoca – The Institute of Archeology and Art History of the Romanian Academy): Preliminaries to an Ecclesiastic Prosopography of Medieval Transylvania. The Clergy of the Saxons until the Reformation
13.20–15.00: Lunch break
Adinel Ciprian Dincă (PhD, Cluj-Napoca – Babeș-Bolyai University, ‘TRANS.SCRIPT – The Center for Diplomatic and Medieval Documentary Paleography'): Literacy and the Parish Church in Pre-Reformation Transylvania: A Systematic Approach
Cătălina Covaciu (PhD Student, Cluj-Napoca – Babeș-Bolyai University, ‘TRANS.SCRIPT – The Center for Diplomatic and Medieval Documentary Paleography'): The Body of Christ: Considerations on the Use of the Eucharist as a Relic in Medieval Transylvania
16.00–16.20: Coffee break
Hegyi Géza (PhD Student, Cluj-Napoca – Research Institute of the Transylvanian Museum Society): The Tithe Paid by the Romanians Settled on „Terrae Christianorum": From Theory to Practice.
Kanász Viktor (PhD Student, Piliscsaba – University of Pécs, HAS-PPCU Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group): The Sources on the Process of György Fráter's Murder in the Vatican Archives
17.20–17.40: Coffee break
17.40–18.20: Book Launch
Adinel Ciprian Dincă: Instituția episcopală latină în Transilvania medievală (sec. XI/XII–XIV). Cluj-Napoca, 2017. – presented by Kovács Mihai.
Regesta Supplicationum 1522–1523. A VI. Adorján pápa uralkodása alatt elfogadott magyar vonatkozású kérvények. / The Supplications Relating to the Kingdom of Hungary Approved under Pope Hadrian VI. Közreadja/ Edited by Lakatos Bálint. Budapest–Róma 2018. (Collectanea Vaticana Hungariae. Classis I, vol. 16.) – presented by Hegyi Géza