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Conference: New Research on Matthias Flacius Illyricus PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 06 May 2011 10:52

Organizer: Institute for European History in Mainz (Germany)

Time and place: 7 June 2011, Mainz, Alte Universitätstrasse 19, 55116 Mainz, Conference hall

The conference is dedicated to Matthias Flacius Illyricus (Matija Vlačić Ilirik, 1520-1575) from Albona (Labin in today’s Croatia). Scholars from Austria, the United States of America and Germany will present their latest research findings and new sources for discussion. The contributions will highlight Flacius’ involvement in the fields of theology, church politics, philology, historiography, biblical hermeneutics and exegesis, at the same time taking into account the European networks he had built, together with the far-reaching influence of his teachings in the early Confessional Era.

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Treći međunarodni znanstveni skup Matija Vlačić Ilirik, Malo kazalište u Labinu, 22.-24. travnja 2010.
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Treći međunarodni znanstveni skup „Matija Vlačić Ilirik“ održan je od 22. do 24. travnja 2010. godine u Malom kazalištu u Labinu. Okupio je 18 znanstvenika iz Hrvatske, Slovenije, Litve, Italije, Njemačke i SAD, a susret je organizirao Grad Labin u suradnji s labinskim Narodnim muzejom i Pučkim otvorenim učilištem. Prigodnim govorom su ga otvorili zamjenica gradonačelnika Grada Labina Eni Modrušan i dožupanica Istarske županije Viviana Benussi, a vezano uz temu skupa uvodni je govor održao član organizacijskog odbora i moderator prve radionice Josip Bratulić, koji je naglasio važnost djela Matije Vlačića Ilirika.

Welcome to Flacius.net PDF Print E-mail

Welcome to the web site dedicated to Matthias Flacius (Francovich) Illyricus / Matija (Franković) Vlačić Ilirik, one of the outstanding European thinkers of the 16th century. He was a multi-talented philologist, theologian, historian, academic, and according to some, the founder of Biblical hermeneutics.

These pages wish to introduce Matthias Flacius and his works to the general public, giving him recognition for his accomplishments, and encouraging further research about him.

Accordingly, this web site is the first step in the process and it will be expanded and updated on a regular basis. It also serves as one of many planned activities and events which all have one common goal: to lead up to the festive commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Flacius’ birth in the year 2020.

This project was initiated by the National Museum in Labin and was financed by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, the Division for Culture of Istria County, the Town of Labin, the Municipalities of Kršan and Sveta Nedelja, and by the Thermoelectric Power Station in Plomin. The National and University Library in Zagreb, the Library of the Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Zagreb, and the University Library in Pula provided professional support for the project.

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