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FARMATI Anna

FARMATI, ANNA

lecturer, PhD.

 

E-mail: farmati.anna@gmail.com

Consultation: Tuesday 12-14, room Dézsi, 2nd floor.

 

Teaching

History of Hungarian literature, Middle Ages and Renaissance

History of universal literature, Middle Ages and Renaissance

History of Hungarian culture

Diachronic interpretations in Literature

 

Education and training

1990–1995 Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letters, Hungarian and French Language and Literature 1991–1996/99 Roman Catholic Theological Institute, Theology,  Alba Iulia 

1995-1996 Postgraduate Studies and research – ELTE Budapest (Hungary)

1999–2001 Master Program, Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letters, Cluj, Literature and Society program

2001-2007 Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letters, Department of Hungarian Literary Studies, PhD program, dissertation: A XVII. századi katolikus népénekköltészet szövegtípusai és motívumkincse (Motifs and typology of the 17th century church songs)

 

Research interests

History of Hungarian literature, Middle Ages (legends)

Medieval and Baroque Devotional Literature

Connections between literature and spiritual theology

Diachronic interpretations in Literature

 

Major research projects

Research scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) (1995/96), ELTE – Budapest

Research scholarship CEEPUS (2000), „Pázmány Péter” Catholic University, Piliscsaba (Hungary)

Research Projects sponsored by the Sapientia Foundation 2002/2003: Devotions, histories, identities

Research scholarship Domus Hungarica Scientiarum et Artium (2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2016), Budapest

International Research Project Refo500 (2016-2018)

 

Major publications

Más régi ének. A XVII. századi katolikus népénekköltészet szövegtípusai és motívumrendszere (Other Old Song. Motifs and Typology of the 17th Century Church Songs), Verbum, Kolozsvár, 2009.

Szeráfi kalandok. Értelem és értelmezés: régi szövegek új kontextusban, (Seraphic Adventures. Meaning and Interpreation: Old Texts in New Contexts), Tanulmánykötet, Kolozsvár, Egyetemi Műhely, 2015.

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