Fantastic! 24 January, 2018
The introduction of the Popular culture and SFF Research Group
Ildikó Limpár, Vera Benczik, Éva Vancsó, Anikó Sohár and Károly Pintér will introduce the newly established research group’s work and future plans.
Date: 24 January, 2018 6 p.m.
Place: PPCU Sophianum 204
Language Theory and dialectology 4 – The language of the Károli Bible 17 October, 2017
The Language Theory and dialectology Conference organized by the Department of Theoretical Linguistics and the Department of Hungarian Linguistics of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Pázmány Péter Catholic University is dedicated to the Language of the Károli Bible in 2017.
The Language Theory and dialectology Conference organized by the Department of Theoretical Linguistics and the Department of Hungarian Linguistics of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Pázmány Péter Catholic University is dedicated to the Language of the Károli Bible in 2017. The Károli Bible holds a prominent place in the history of the Hungarian language regarding its grammar, vocabulary, style and spelling as well, as it is considered an important turning-point. Regarding its grammar, it can be observed that the specific characteristics of the SOV language sentences inherited from the Ugric proto-language are less frequent, and the SVO features reflecting Indo-European languages and today’s Hungarian as well are becoming more significant. Its vocabulary and word formation are innovative as well compared to previous Bible-translations. On its elevated style yet appearing very natural one would think it is a translation; the source language cannot be detected anymore. Certain spelling structures are integrated our today’s spelling system. If you would like to participate, you can submit your abstract for the conference in topics related to these issues. We are happy to receive articles about the syntax, morphology, phonology, vocabulary, style, archaic and innovative features, influence on the balance of dialects, literary language of the Bible and its relation to other Middle-Hungarian and Old-Hungarian Bible-translations, source texts and the contemporary European Bible translations.
The conference will be held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Pázmány Péter Catholic University, 17-18 October, 2017. There will be 30-minute presentations at the conference; every presentation will be followed by a 10-minute discussion.
The conference is sponsored by the REB-17-KONFERENCIA-0033 tender of the Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities
Events of the Department of Theoretical Linguistics and the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 12 June, 2017
IOD 2017, SOUL 2017, ICSH13:
2017. június 19–20.
Implicatures or domain restriction/domain widening? Theoretical and experimental approaches
organisers: RIL HAS and PPCU
venue: PPKE BTK, Sophianum 009. terem, 1088 Budapest, Mikszáth tér 1.
2017. június 27–28.
Conference on the Syntax Of Uralic Languages
organisers: RIL HAS and PPCU
venue: PPKE BTK, Sophianum, 1088 Budapest, Mikszáth tér 1.
2017. június 29–30.
13th International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian
organiser: RIL HAS
venue: MTA Székház, Kisterem, 1051 Budapest, Széchenyi István tér 9.
AlumnIEAS 2017 9 June, 2017
Alumni-reunion of the Institute of English and American Studies
The Institute of English and American Studies of PPCU cordially invites all alumni to the first Alumni-reunion. The aim of the reunion is to revive our memories from Pázmány, see what happened to others since graduation and to celebrate with a dinner that we can spend some time together again.
Date: 9 June, 2017, 5 p.m.
Place: Építész Pince (1088 Budapest, Ötpacsirta u. 2.)
Program: 5-8 p.m. opening and welcome drink; short reading with the members of the Brown Cow Company; teacher’s choir; projection of images recalling university years; alumni play music (background music with videos); dinner (buffet); opportunity for casual discussion
Guest speakers on Translation Studies 20 February, 2017
The events of the second semester of 2017 organized by the Department of English Language Pedagogy and Translation Studies
In the spring semester of 2017, the guest speakers of the Department will be Pál Heltai, Lance Hewson and Ian MacKenzie (University of Geneva),Andrew Chesterman, Sebnem Susam-Saraeva (University of Edinburgh), Begona Rodriguez (University of Portsmouth) and Krisztina Zimányi. Further details >>
In the spring semester of 2017, the guest speakers of the Department are the following:
Heltai Pál: masterclass, 10 and 17 March 2 p.m. (PPCU Sop, room John Lukacs)
Titles of his presentations: Language of translation, translation universals, explicitation, and Formulaic use of language in translation
Round-table talks on translation training
Participants: Lance Hewson and Ian MacKenzie (University of Geneva), Pál Heltai, Júlia Dróth, Kinga Klaudy, Iván Sellei, Csilla Szabó, Márta Fischer, Dorka Balogh, Anikó Almási
Date: 20 March, 4 p.m. PPCU Sophianum, room 205
Andrew Chesterman 5 April, 6 p.m.
Sebnem Susam-Saraeva (University of Edinburgh) 27 April, 2 p.m. (PPCU Sophianum, room 206)
Title of her presentation: Translation, Politics and Music
(Along with the MŰ - FORDÍTÁS - KULTÚRA (LITERATURE – Translation – Culture Conference), organized by the Institute of Romance Studies (27-28 April, 2017) with the participation of the Hieronymus Translation Studies Research Group)
Begona Rodriguez (University of Portsmouth): Distance education in higher education, 11 May, 4 p.m.
Discussion on the plans of distance translation training for ethnic Hungarians
Krisztina Zimányi (Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico):
- 22 May, 10 a.m. (PPCU Sophianum, room 204): Voluntary translation projects with student participation
- 25 May, 10 a.m. (PPCU Sophianum, room 204): The use of mother tongue in the language classroom - conceptualization through a translation theory framework
22-25 May, the guest of our Institute is Dr. Krisztina Zimányi, the professor of Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico, who will have two presentations during this week.
22 May, 10 a.m. an open presentation on Voluntary translation projects with student participation for the teachers and students of the Department of English Language Pedagogy and Translation Studies. On 25 May, she will participate in round-table talks with the teachers of the department, the topic of which is: The use of mother tongue in the language classroom - conceptualization through a translation theory framework.
Masterclasses at the Institute, spring semester 2017
In the spring semester of 2017, the guest speakers of the Department will offer masterclasses
Pál Heltai: Language of translation, translation universals, explicitation
2:15 p.m., 10 March, 2017
Pál Heltai: Formulaic use of language in translation
2:15 p.m., 17 March, 2017
Győző Ferencz: Language, Rhetoric, politics and violence in Irish poetry Derek Mahon: A Disused Shed in Co. Wexford
31 March, 2017, 10a.m. PPCU Sophianum room 205 Abstract
Győző Ferencz: Poem and song. Translating a tradition - Louis MacNeice Carrickfergus and Patrick Kavanagh On Raglan Road
7 April, 2017, 10a.m PPCU Sophianum room 112 Abstract
Paul Prescott (associate professor,
University of Warwick): Bard in the USA:
The Special Relationship between America and Shakespeare
5 May, 2017, 5-7p.m.
PPCU Sophianum room 315
Lectures on Translation Studies 7 October, 2016
from the Professors of the Translation Training MA Programme
Lecture series of the Translation Training MA Programme addressing key issues.
October dates and topics:
7 October, 2016, 2 p.m., Sophianum 205
Anikó Sohár: Visual translations
14 October, 2016, 5:45 p.m., Sophianum 203
József Bendik: Language Studies and/or praxeology
21 October, 2016, 4 p.m., Sophianum 203
Margit Lukácsi: Literature, visual arts, literary translation
28 October, 2016, 2 p.m., Sophianum 205
Károly Gerstner: Language use: rules, accuracy, appropriateness – regarding the Hungarian language
LIFE & DEATH in Shakespeare’s works 22 April, 2016
Shakespeare 400 Anniversary Conference organized by the Hungarian Shakespeare Committee, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church and Pázmány Péter Catholic University
2nd Drama Translation Workshop 7-13 July, 2014, Piliscsaba Campus
2nd Drama Translation Workshop7
7-13 July, 2014
PILISCSABA, PPCU Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Encouraged by the outcome of last year’s 7-day intensive drama translation workshop, this year, we are going to continue our work at the beautiful Piliscsaba Campus perfect for intense work. Students arrive from the Faculty of Humanities of the Partium Christian University, Oradea and we welcome others who are getting to know literary translation and who might want to consider this their future profession, and anyone who is interested.
Fee: 4000 HUF
The aim of the workshop:
We would like to draw attention to the significance of literary and more specifically drama translation in a nation’s, the Hungarian nation’s culture inside and outside our borders.
This summer as well, we would like to translate, edit and finalize one-act plays – at least six plays in six days, that means intensive work 8-hours a day. During the workshop, we are addressing the special issues of drama translation and examine the differences between:
- works intended for publishing and for a specific theatre audience
- teamwork and individual work
- the efficiency, advantages and possible disadvantages of
- on the 7th day, there might be a reading or a theatre performance from our translations
Application deadline: 6 June, 2014
Apply here: firstname.lastname@example.org
the coordinator of the 2nd Drama Translation Workshop
The Brown Cow Company reading theatre 29 November, 2013
A performance of the translations of the Drama Translation Workshop, Summer of 2013
29 November, 2013 6-9 p.m. PPCU Sophianum, room John Lukacs
Summer events organized by the Department of Theoretical Linguistics 23 August, 2013
CECIL'S, SCILLS, ICSH
Three events will be held in the next few days organized by the Department of Theoretical Linguistics, the first is CECIL’S+(Third Central European Conference in Linguistics for Graduate Students), the second is SCILLS-t (Pazmany Summer Course in Linguistics for Linguistics Students), and the third is ICSH11-t (11th International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian).
Everyone is welcome!