Nemzetközi Jagelló-konferencia

Debrecen, 2015. április 10-11.

A Középkori Európa "Lendület" Kutatócsoport konferenciát rendez a Debreceni Egyetem Történettudományi Intézetében A Jagellók Európában: dinasztikus és diplomáciai kapcsolatok címmel. A rendezvénynek a Debreceni Egyetem ad helyet 2015. április 10-11-én.

A konferencia programja:

Friday, 12 April 2015

10.00–11.00 Plenary Session

  • 10.00–10.50 Key-note Lecture - Paul Srodecki (Universität Giessen): Humanisten als Träger dynastischer Diplomatie an ostmitteleuropäischen Höfen des ausgehenden Mittelalters
  • 10.50–11.00 Discussion

11.20–13.00 Session I: Diplomacy I - Chair: Attila Györkös (University of Debrecen – Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

  • 11.20–11.40 Mark Whelan (Royal Holloway University of London): The spectre of Turkish threat between the congresses of Käsmark (1423) and Lutsk (1429)
  • 11.40-12.00 Katarzyna Niemczyk (Instytut Historii, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Katowice): Ein paar Bemerkungen zur moldauischen Politik der Jagiellonen an der Wende des 15. Und 16. Jahrhunderts
  • 12.00–12.20 Alexandru Simon (Romanian Academy, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Cluj): Habsburgs, Jagiellonians and Crusading in the 1470s
  • 12.20–12.40 Gábor Bradács (University of Debrecen): The Habsburg and Polish Foreign Policy toward Hungary in the Age of the Jagiellonians (15th-16th century)
  • 12.40–13.00 Discussion

14.00–15.40 Session II: The Papacy and the Jagiellonians - Chair: Piotr Oliński (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń)

  • 14.00–14.20 Gábor Nemes (Diocesan Archicves, Győr): Die Beziehungen zwischen Ungarn und dem Heiligen Stuhl (1521-1526)
  • 14.20–14.40 Antonín Kalous (Univerzity Palackého, Olomouc): Jagiellonian Hungary and Bohemia and papal legates
  • 15.20–15.00 Gergely Kiss (University of Pécs – Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Légats pontificaux au service de la paix de entre Ladislas Jagellon II et l’Ordre Teutonique. Branda Ier di Castiglione et Giuliano Cesarini
  • 15.00–15.30 Discussion

16.00–18.00 Session III: Diplomacy and Administration - Chair: Csaba Lévai (University of Debrecen)

  • 16.00–16.20 Ádám Novák (University of Debrecen – Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Additions to the itinerary and seals of King Władysław I of Hungary in the light of recent Hungarica research
  • 16.20–16.40 Attila Györkös (University of Debrecen – Hungarian Academy of Sciences): The French Beauty and the Turkish Beast. Diplomatic Aspects of the Marriage of Vladislas II Jagiellon (1502)
  • 16.40–17.00 László Pósán (University of Debrecen – Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Der Deutsche Orden und der Jagiellonen in Ungarn (1490-1526)
  • 17.00–17.20 Attila Bárány (University of Debrecen – Hungarian Academy of Sciences): The year 1526 and Jagiellonian Diplomacy
  • 17.20–17.40 Szymon Brzeziński (Instytut Historyczny Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warsaw): Dynastic policy and its limits: the Jagiellonians and the post-1541 Hungary
  • 17.40–18.00 Discussion

 

Saturday, 11 April 2015

9.00–10.20 Session IV: Rule and Law - Chair: Balázs Nagy (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

  • 9.00–10.20 Piotr Oliński (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń): Jagiellonen als ideale Herrscher im Traktat "De institutione regii pueri"
  • 9.20–9.40 Péter Tusor (Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Piliscsaba): The Hungarian Royal Patronage and Supremacy in the Hunyadis’ and the Jagiellonian age
  • 9.40–10.00 Christopher Nicholson (University College London): Legal Developments in Jagiellonian Bohemia and Hungary: The European Context
  • 10.00–10.20 Discussion

10.40–12.20 Session V: Dynasty and Representation - Chair: Attila Bárány (University of Debrecen – Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

  • 10.40–11.00 Balázs Nagy (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): Royal Summit in Buda (1412): Ceremony and Diplomacy at the Visit of Władysław II Jagiełło in Hungary
  • 11.00–11.20 Paul Srodecki (Universität Giessen): Validissima Christianitatis propugnacula. Das 'Jagiellonische Europa' in den Bollwerksdarstellungen um 1500
  • 11.20–11.40 Petr Kozák (Zemský archiv v Opavě, Opava / Slezské zemské muzeum) – Krisztina Rábai (University of Szeged): Politische Kommunikation in Praxis. Jagiellonischer Prinz Sigismund zwischen Krakau, Ofen, Wilna und Prag
  • 11.40–12.00 Suzana Miljan (Croatian Academy of Sciences, Zagreb): The Counts of Zrin in the age of the Jagellonians (1490-1526): an example of an old aristocracy under the new circumstances
  • 12.00–12.20 Discussion

12.30–14.00 Roundtable Session

  • 12.30–12.50 Key-note paper - Stanislava Kuzmová (ERC Jagiellonians Project Research Group, Faculty of History, University of Oxford): The Jagiellonians: Dynasty, Memory and Identity in Central Europe. Presentation of the research project
  • 12.50–14.00 Discussion