Canon and Comparative Studies. NSZL staff members deliver lectures at the international scientific conference of University of Pannonia, Veszprém

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László Boka, Director of Research and Academic Affairs, NSZL will hold his lecture entitled Polyphomy and decentralization. Endre Ady and the A Holnap anthologies as head-springs of Hungarian literary modernism and sources of regional literatures in an East Central European context on May 30 at the international scientific conference entitled Canon and Comparative Studies. The Polyphony of Canons in an East Central European Context, to be held at Veszprém-based University of Pannonia. On the same day, Beatrix Visy will deliver her lecture entitled Ottó Tolnai in the canon of Hungarian literature, while Jolán Mann will hold her lecture entitled Central European conjunctions in Miroslav Krleža’s works on May 31, 2019.

Conference program and resumes of the lectures are available at the website of University of Pannonia, Veszprém.