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Conference proceedings on the philosophy of Charles Taylor
2015-08-12 20:00
Nemesi Nikoletta

Charles Taylor is a prominent figure of contemporary philosophy. His works are indispensable points of reference in the discussions concerning multiculturalism,...

The Charleston Bulletin Supplements
2015-06-13 16:15
László Gabriella

When hearing the name Virginia Woolf, one usually recalls the author’s famous novels such as Mrs Dalloway, To the Lighthouse or The Waves. It...

Virginia Woolf Exhibition
2014-12-07 20:50
László Gabriella

The Virginia Woolf Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery took place between 10 July and 26 October 2014, and covered the writer’s life from her early childhood to...

Ruth Franklin: A Thousand Darknesses – Lies and Truth in Holocaust Fiction
2014-05-19 15:06
László Gabriella

Hopefully there are hardly any people in the world who would not look deeply into one’s soul when thinking of the Holocaust, raising at least one of these questions: How...

Ferenc Huoranszki: Freedom of the Will
2014-02-17 14:15
Bernáth László

Ferenc Huoranszki’s recent book – Freedom of the Will: A Conditional Analysis – tries to answer some of the oldest metaphysical questions about free...

2013-11-23 09:13
Hörcher Ferenc

An artist resurrected a few saints, in order to let their body suffer the cruelty they had once suffered according to the pictorial tradition in European art. The chosen saints suffered all...

2013-11-02 12:44
Karlik Anett

Rambling on the streets of the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona, it is not usual that a two- and a half-meter-high stainless steel dancer is leaning over us. However, if some...

Reflections on Alan Turnbull’s exhibition, The Translated Image: Modern Poetry in Visual Language
2013-04-08 21:49
Varró Annamária

For past centuries, the study of translating poetry and the translatability of poetry have produced so many academic volumes that could fill a library, and also many...

Historical Names in John Webster’s The White Devil*
2012-06-03 21:56
Margetin Anita

The White Devil, John Webster’s first revenge tragedy, was published in 1612 and based on a true story which took place in Padua at the end of the 16th century....

2012-02-07 10:16
Hörcher Ferenc

That we had to fly from Budapest to Kraków via Vienna, is symbolic. Apparently, the Dual Monarchy still connects us. But what really connects us, is the love of freedom, and our hated-...