CALL FOR PAPERS
Studies, Institute of English
The Centre for Hermeneutical Research of
The Hungarian Bible Society
are proud to announce an interdisciplinary conference on
“THE KING JAMES BIBLE (1611-2011): PREHISTORY AND AFTERLIFE”
September 16-18, 2011
Proposals related to any literary, linguistic, cultural
or theological aspects of the
subject are invited from scholars wishing to contribute.
Our institution 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.
A session for comparing these two outstanding national icons is also encouraged.
Please send the proposed title and an
abstract of ca 300 words of the proposed paper by
April 15, 2011
All applications should be sent to: