Baroque. History - Literature - Art - interdisciplinary half-yearly

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Promotion of the special, Hungarian issue

Tuesday 12 October 2010, 4:00 pm

ELTE BTK Institute for History

Budapeszt, Múzeum krt. 6-8, main building, 1st. floor.


The interdisciplinary half-yearly "Barok. Historia - Literatura - Sztuka" [Baroque. History - Literature - Art] is an international journal established in 1994 (32 issues have been published so far). "Barok" [Baroque] is one of the most important contemporary, interdisciplinary specialist journals devoted to questions of - broadly understood - history of culture (that is the history of literature, art, music, philosophy), which focuses on the Baroque era in Poland, as well as in Europe.

The editors of the journal are specialists associated with Warsaw University (from the Institute of Polish Literature, the Institute of History, the Institute of Art History, the Institute of Scientific Information and Bibliological Studies and the Institute of Musicology).

"Barok" has published research papers by some of the greatest specialists in history, history of literature, art history, philosophy, musicology and bibliology - researchers associated with academic centres in Poland and most other European countries (Great Britain, Italy, France, Germany, Russia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Byelorussia, among others). It has to be emphasized that "Barok" has been a journal of many generations: it has given numerous young researchers an opportunity to publish their first scholarly papers.

 

You can buy the special edition in the Bookstore of ELTE.

Participants:

prof. Tamás Dezsõ, ELTE, Dean of the Faculty of Arts
prof. Juliusz A. Chrościcki (BAROK - main editor).
Szymon Brzeziński (BAROK - editor of the special, Hungarian issue)
Berenika Bunalska-Kardasińska, Neriton publishing house