Lectures News

Events in Hungarian

The Hungarian Association for Hagiographical Studies organizes plenty of events in Hungarian. Their translated titles from the last two years are the followings. For further information see: (in Hungarian)


March 29 György Galamb: About the correspondence of Johannes de Capistrano

February 22 Gábor Klaniczay: The moment of miracle and the history of emotions

January 25 Mariann Slíz: Researches about surnames in the service of the hagiography


December 7 Virág Somogyvári: Representations and captions on Saint George on the late medieval bone saddles

November 16 Eszter Konrád: Teacher, Converter and Miracle-worker. The cult of Saint Anthony of Padua in medieval Hungary

September 28 Farkas Gábor Kiss – Ildikó Mária Bene – Annamária Kovács– Ádám Sebestyén– Márk Vrabély: Hungarian translation of Saint Hilarion from the seventeenth century

February 24 Judit Kis-Halas The heavenly female medical doctor’s apothecary. The church sphere of healing in the mirror of an 18th-century shrine


November 25 Baán Izsák: Hermit saint and diplomat

October 14 Dávid Falvay – Eszter Konrád– Ditta Szemere– Péter Ertl: The Meditaciones Vitae Christi and the hagiohraphy

May 27 Ottó Gecser: New plague saints in the 15th century

May 3 Piroska Nagy: Miracles and emotions around the dead body of Arialdo, the leader of the Milanese Pataria

March 12. Workshop about the hagiography as hymns