Programme
Ratio Civilis

Day 1. (17 November 2017)
Keynote Lecture:

9.30-10.30 Hans W. Blom (Erasmus University, Rotterdam): The Religious Origins of City Republicanism: the case of Holland

Panel 1.: Case Studies of Early Modern Cities

10.30-11.00 Kálmán Tóth: The Educational Policy of the Sopron Town Council in View of the Lutheran Lycée's Historiography
11.00-11.30 Borbála Lovas (MTA-ELTE, HECE, Budapest): The City Judges, the Centumviri, and the Unitarian Bishop - Cluj-Napoca in the End of the 16th Century
11.30.-12.00 Béla Mester (Institute of Philosophy, HAS, Budapest): The Town and Its Countryside as a Religious and Political Community, and as an Audience of Printed Sermons

Lunch break


13.00-13.30 Márton Zászkaliczky (Institute for Literary Studies, HAS): City Reformation in Political Vacuum - Urban Reformations in the Saxon-Lutheran City of Brassow and the Market City of the Hungarian Calvinist Debrecen
13.30-14.00 Povilas Dikavičius (CEU, Budapest): Somber Celebrations in the Urban Context Burgher Funerary Rituals in Multiconfessional 17th c. Vilnius
14.00-14.30 Attila Tózsa-Rigó (University of Miskolc): Die Struktur der politischen Elite in der Stadt Pressburg in den ersten Jahrzehnten der Reformation

Panel 2.: The Ottoman Empire and Early Modern Urban Culture

15.00-15.30 József Balázs (PPKE, Budapest): An Islamic Encyclopaedia from Basel, in the Reformation Period
15.30-16.00 Kristóf Szuromi (PPKE, Budapest): The Ottoman Image as Part of Cultural Transfer in Reformation era Cities
16.00-16.30 Sándor Őze (PPKE, Budapest): Reformation und Grenzgebiete - Zur Verbreitung der Reformation in den ungarisch besiedelten Gebieten

Day 2. (18 November 2017)
Keynote Lecture:

9.30-10.30 Stefan Ehrenpreis (Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck): European urban reformations and early modern political culture: agents of change and the revolution of communication

Panel 3.: Urban Reformation from Theoretical Perspectives


10.30-11.00 Ferenc Hörcher (Institute of Philosophy, HAS, Budapest): Prudentia Civilis - Political Theory and Practice in Early Modern Cities
11.00-11.30 Matthias Riedl (CEU, Budapest): Thomas Müntzer and the Cities
11.30-12.00 Barnabás Guitman (PPKE, Budapest): Politias sunt opera Dei - Leonhard Stöckels Lehre von der Regierung

Lunch break

13.00-13.30 Iwona Barwicka-Tylek (Jagellonian University, Cracow): Republicanism against Urbanism: Polish view on Cities in the Early Modern Period
13.30-14.00 Adam Smrcz (Institute of Philosophy, HAS): The Role of the City in Neostoic thinking - the case of Guillaume du Vair