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Tuesday, March 5 • 16:45 - 18:45
#5/232 – Beyond Devotion II. Texts of the Religious Literary Communities in the 16th and 17th Century PolishLithuanian Commonwealth - Social and CrossConfessional Contexts

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Panel Beyond Devotion II is dedicated to secular and religious writings (verse, prose, polemics, textual histories etc.) of secular authors as well as those originating from religious orders and clergy. Main interest lies in showing the origins of vernacular translations of the Holy Scripture along with the controversies that surrounded them, and also in written testimonies of religious devotion and conversion. The aim is not only to confront different kinds of texts and experiences, but to situate this heritage in a social and confessional context. All papers and discussion will be held in English.

• Łukasz Cybulski (Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego)

• Izabela Winiarska-Górska (Uniwersytet Warszawski) - Controversies Between Jesuit and Arian New Testament Translators in the 16th Century as an Epitextual Context of Jakub Wujek and Marcin Czechowic New Testament Translations 
• Gina Kavaliūnaitė-Holvoet (Vilnius University) - Two Calvinist Bibles and their Reception: the Chylinski Bible and the Danzig Bible 
• Mintautas Čiurinskas (Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore, Vilnius) - Confessionalisation of Uniate Metropolitan: Representation of Confessional Shifts in Biography of J.V. Rutski by R. Korsak (1640) 
• Marta Wojtkowska-Maksymik (Uniwersytet Warszawski) – Can Piety be Learned? “Elementaria institutio Latini sermonis et pietatis christianae” (1575) by Maciej Wirzbięta


Łukasz Cybulski

Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego


Marta Wojtkowska-Maksymik

Uniwersytet Warszawski

Mintautas Čiurinskas

Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore, Vilnius

Izabela Winiarska-Górska

Uniwersytet Warszawski

  • Language English
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