The Institute of English Studies, The Centre for Hermeneutical Research of
Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary (www.kre.hu)
Budapest, VIII. Reviczky u. 4, H-1088 and The Hungarian Bible Society
are proud to announce an interdisciplinary conference on
“THE KING JAMES BIBLE (1611-2011):
PREHISTORY AND AFTERLIFE”
Budapest, September 16-18, 2011
as soon as possible (latest by August 31).
Last minute applications for presenting papers will also be considered.
Our university is named after the 16th century Reformed Pastor Gáspár Károli who published the first complete Hungarian Bible in 1590. THE KÁROLI BIBLE’s influence on Hungarian language and culture is as significant as THE KING JAMES BIBLE’S impact on the English-speaking world.
The registration fee for the conference is 50 euros which includes the reception on Friday night and the conference dinner on Saturday night as well as coffee and refreshments during the entire conference.
You are requested to arrange accommodation individually. Budapest offers a large variety of places to stay; below is a list of some hostels and hotels in the immediate vicinity of the university.
• Hotel Ibis Budapest Centrum
• Hotel Mercure Budapest Korona
• kalvin Apartments, Budapest
• Ráday Youth Hostel
Budapest is beautiful in September and this metropolis offers unique and rich cultural programs for visitors. Major sights such as the Hungarian National Museum, the Museum of Applied Arts the Danube bank, etc. are within walking distance.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
Dr Tibor Fabiny
Professor of English Literature and Hermeneutics
Director of The School of English Studies and the Centre for Hermeneutical Studies