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„Because the kingdom of one language and morality is poor and weak“
Contribution of members of non-Slovak ethnicities and nationalities
to development of Slovakia

International conference organised on the occasion of the 80th birthday of PhDr. Jozef Klačka

Bratislava, 14th – 15th November 2018

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Program

14th NOVEMBER 2018

08:00 – 09:30

Opening of the conference with an honoree´s introductory lecture on the topic
Slovak Croatians – the roots and today
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09:30 – 10:00
Coffee break
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10:00 – 11:30

Prof. Dr. habil. László Szögi (MTA-ELTE History of Universities Research Group)
The nationality diversity of the north-Hungarian state and Catholic higher education institutions and the cooperation and conflicts of the nationalities between 1777-1850
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Alex Durovics (MTA-ELTE History of Universities Research Group)
Nationalities in the Lutheran Lyceums in the first half of the XIX. century
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Mgr. Ladislav Jurányi (Centre of Operations of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Central Archive of SAS)
Arnold Stummer Ipolyi
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Mgr. Martin Čičo (Slovak National Gallery)
The Benefits of the Society of Jesus to the Cultural Exchange in our Territory in the Early Modern Age
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11:30 – 13:00
Lunch
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13:00 – 14:30

Mgr. Zita Perleczká (University Library in Bratislava)
Life and work of Marcin Bylica of Olkusz (1433-1493)
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Mgr. Vratislav Zervan, PhD. (Institute for Medieval Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences)
„Friendship is a very great blessing to men.“ Nicasius Ellebodius and his circle of friend
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Mgr. Svorad Zavarský, PhD. (Jan Stanislav Institute of Slavistics of the Slovak Academy of Sciences)
Bratislava’s Poet Antonius Faber: A Neo-Latinist’s Approach to the Ethnic Plurality of Slovakia in the Past
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PhDr. Janka Petőczová, CSc. (Institute of Musicology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences)
German Musician Friedrich Wilhelm Wagner and his Contribution to the Development of Choral Singing in Spiš/Zips in the 19th Century
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14:30 – 15:00
Coffee break
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15:00 – 16:10

Mgr. Ján Kovačič (East Slovak Gallery)
JUDr. Josef Polák - a key figure in the cultural history of the First Republic Košice
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PhDr. Peter Mulík, PhD. (Slovak Institute of History, Matica slovenska)
Germans in Slovak history and their contribution to the western orientation of Slovak culture and civilization
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Doc. PhDr. Jana Skladaná, CSc. (University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, The Faculty of Arts)
Contacts of the Slovak language with other languages in Early Period of time
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15th NOVEMBER 2018

09:00 – 10:30

PhDr. Beata Ricziová – Mgr. Oľga Vaneková, PhD. (Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Foreign Languages)
Paul Ballus and his work
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Mgr. Milan Šišmiš (Slovak National Library, National Bibliographical Institute)
Indians and Slovak society
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Mgr. Eva Greschová (Slovak Museum of Nature Protection and Speleology)
Rudolf Maximovič and his influence on the development of nature protection in Slovakia after 1918
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Mgr. Veronika Bakičová, PhD. – Mgr. Kamila Fircáková (University Library in Bratislava)
Czech and Hungarian Leaders of the Music Cabinet of the University Library in Bratislava
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10:30 – 11:00
Coffee break
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11:00 – 12:30

PhDr. Gabriela Kiliánová, CSc. (Institute of Ethnology ans Social Anthropology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences)
The German Ethnologists (Volkskundler) in Slovakia during the Second World War: science or ideology?
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PhDr. Silvia Némethová (University Library in Bratislava, Archive and registry of ULiB)
Emil Kumlik, director of library the Elisabeth´s University (1914-1918)
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Mgr. Zuzana Bartošová, PhD. (Art Research Centre of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Art History)
Contribution of migrants to the art life of Košice in the 1920s.
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Prof. PhDr. Mária Čižmárová (The Faculty of Arts of Prešov University, Institute of Ukrainian Studies and Central European Studies)
Vasyl Petrovych Latta – researcher of the Slovak-Ukrainian language affiliation
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