A neolatin filológiai oktatás helyzete a Szegedi Tudományegyetemen

Researchers of the Neolatin departmental project have undertaken the task of discovering sources and of doing textological work on the one hand, critical and literary historical task on the other. Concerning the first one: from Humanism (Galeotto Marzio) - the ages during the reign of the Hungarian...

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Main Author: Szörényi László
Format: Book part
Published: JATEPress Szeged 2007
Series:Bölcsészműhely
Bölcsészműhely, 2006
Kulcsszavak:Szeged - egyetem, Felsőoktatás - Szeged
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/75711
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Summary:Researchers of the Neolatin departmental project have undertaken the task of discovering sources and of doing textological work on the one hand, critical and literary historical task on the other. Concerning the first one: from Humanism (Galeotto Marzio) - the ages during the reign of the Hungarian king, Matthias Corvinus -, till the first period of the 19` I century neoclassicism (Lajos Schedius), essential philosophical, poetical, and aesthetic texts have reached completion in Hungarian historiography (Istvánffy, Verancsics), and of the exciting part of the Rákóczi-correspondence. The edition of Andrea Pannonius' unpublished 15`hcentury Song of Songs-commentary, preserved in the National Széchényi Library, is in progress, as well as the bilingual edition of the greatest 18` hcentury Hungarian historiographer, György Pray's didactic poem in Latin. The full text of Hungarian Jagellonian Age humanist poetry has been prepared for publication; furthermore, we can cognize the essential Lucanus-effect of this age. Complete monographs - with the support of the connecting chrestomathies - analyze the connection of European and Hungarian literary and linguistic theory, as well as European and Hungarian political theory and literature in an entirely new way. New light has also been thrown on the history of the 17`h-18`hcentury neo-Latin epos, better and better researched in Europe and Hungary; as well as on the history of 18`h-century Hungarian literary theory - perhaps this is the less known chapter of the history of Hungarian criticism. Simultaneously with the international Petrarch-research, bilingual publication of the most important philosophical treatise of Petrarch has also been published in Hungary.
Physical Description:137-140