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Hahn 100 – Call for Papers

August 31, 2012

István Hahn (1913 – 1984) was one of the most prominent classical scholars and historians of Antiquity of the XX.th century in Hungary. His linguistic talent (fluent in 16 languages), intellectual formation and diligence made him not only a renown and beloved professor, but also a world – known researcher and one of the best popularizer of ancient history in Hungary. 
To mark the centenary of his birth a conference on ancient cults and religions will be dedicated to the memory of  István Hahn, the former professor of ELTE University Budapest. The conference takes place on 22–23 March 2013 in the Gólyavár building of the ELTE Campus (4 Múzeum körút, Budapest, H-1088). Invited readers are:
 
 
Thomas Köves-Zulauf (István Hahn Lecturer 2008)
Ioan Piso (István Hahn Lecturer 2010)
Heikki Solin (István Hahn Lecturer 2012)
Gideon Bohak (István Hahn Lecturer 2013)
Marc Mayer (Barcelona, honorary professor of ELTE)
Zsigmond Ritoók (Budapest, professor emeritus of ELTE)
László Török (Budapest, professor emeritus of ELTE)
 
 
Colleagues and other scholars are invited to present papers (20 mins) in the field of ancient Greek, Roman, Jewish or Christian religion. The official languages of the conference are English, German, French, Italian and Spanish. The deadline for applications is 21 January 2013. Registrations should be submitted to the following address with title, abstract (5 lines), and indication of the speaker’s institution:
 
nemeth.gyorgy@btk.elte.hu
 
 
Non Omnis Moriar Foundation
Department of Ancient History, ELTE University
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Section of Philosophy and Historical Sciences

 

 

 

 

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