Workshop: Enlightenment and Catholicism in Central Europe

Enlightenment and Catholicism in Central Europe. International Workshop
2–3 June 2016
Pázmány Péter Catholic University
1 Mikszáth tér, 1088-Budapest, Room Vera Csapody

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Program

2 June 2016
10.00 Opening
Miklós KŐSZEGHY (Vice Dean responsible for academic affairs and innovation, PPCU)

10.05 Plenary talk
Ulrich L. LEHNER (Marquette University, Milwaukee)
Between Trent and Waterloo: The Horizon of Catholic Enlightenment

10.50 Discussion and coffee break

11.15 Panel 1 – Bishops and Enlightenment
Chair: Ulrich L. LEHNER (Marquette University, Milwaukee)

Sascha WEBER (Justus Liebig University, Gießen)
Radical reforms, enlightened clerics and pious subjects. Catholic Enlightenment in the Electorate of Mainz, 1763–1774

Elisabeth LOBENWEIN (Paris Lodron University, Salzburg)
Prince-archbishop Hieronymus Count Colloredo (1732–1812) – Main Protagonist of the Enlightenment in Salzburg

Dennis SCHMIDT (Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen)
Catholic Enlightenment within state and church. The Inner Austrian bishops in the decade of Joseph II

12.15 Discussion and lunch break

14.00 Panel 2 – Piarist and Enlightenment
Chair: Eva Kowalská (Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava)

Piroska BALOGH (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
Károly Koppi: the Piarist historian as an enlightened scholar and a science project organizer

András FORGÓ (Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest)
Piarists and the political culture of the Josephinist Era

Olga KHAVANOVA (Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
The Piarist Order serves the common good: social and cultural experiences gained in the colleges of Szenc and Vác, 1763 to 1785

Barnabás SZEKÉR (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
The New Ideas on Public Schools and the Piarists in Hungary around 1763

15.20 Discussion and coffee break

16.00 Plenary talk
Eva KOWALSKÁ (Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava)
Catholic Enlightenment in Hungary: Reality or Fiction? Representation of Religious Innovations in Vienna Newspapers

16.45 Discussion

3 June 2016
10.00 Plenary talk
László KONTLER (Central European University, Budapest)
Catholic Knowledge in Enlightenment Central Europe: The Case of Maximilian Hell

10.45 Discussion and coffee break

11.15 Panel 4 – Moderate Enlightenment in the Kingdom of Hungary
Chair: László KONTLER (Central European University, Budapest)

Ákos András KOVÁCS (National Heritage Institute, Budapest): “Volksaufklärung” and “Conservative Enlightenment” on the Hungarian Territories of the Habsburg Empire in the late 18th Century

Katalin PATAKI (Central European University, Budapest)
Madness and Monastic Prisons in Late Eighteenth-century Hungary

Gábor VADERNA (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
Poetics, Theology, Enlightenment. Benedictine Cultural Practices in the early 19th-Century Hungary

12.15 Discussion and lunch break

14.00 Panel 3 – Monastic Enlightenment? Three and a half case studies
Chair and preliminary remarks: Thomas WALLNIG (Austrian Institute of Historical Research /University of Vienna)

Marion JANSKY (University of Graz)
Laurenz Doberschitz, an ecclesiastical traveler between monastic tradition and individual travel experience

Maria ROTTLER (University of Vienna)
St. Emmeram and the Enlightenment

Irene RABL (Cistercian Archives, Lilienfeld)
Frobenius Forster vs. Chrysostomus Wieser. Two abbots between Baroque and Enlightenment

15.15 Discussion and closing remarks

Organization: András Forgó (Department of Early Modern History, PPCU), forgo.andras@btk.ppke.hu


Maria Rottler

Administratorin der Gemeinschaftsblogs Ordensgeschichte und Geschichte Bayerns; Netzwerke gelehrter Mönche. St. Emmeram im Zeitalter der Aufklärung (Tagungsblog "Frobenius Forster"); Roman Zirngibl (Benediktiner in St. Emmeram, Historiker, Archivar)

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