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14.6.2018

Prof. Alden Smith: Where Character is King: Leadership and Epicureanism in Aeneid 1

The notion that Epicureanism shapes Virgil’s thought process is quite old, going back to Servius. That notion can also be derived from several factors, from the historical Virgil’s friendship to the E...

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20.6.2018

The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice

Collegium Europaeum, CUFA & Insitute of Philosophy at the Czech Academy of Sciences are delighted to invite you to the 13th international symposium The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice....

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22.6.2018

prof. W. Schniedewind (UCLA): The Finger of the Scribe: The Emergence of Scribal Curriculum in Ancient Israel and How it Shaped the Hebrew Bible

This talk illustrate the development of scribal curriculum in ancient Israel at the end of the Late Bronze Age and early Iron Age using comparative evidence from cuneiform scribal curriculum from the ...

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prof. W. Schniedewind (UCLA): The Finger of the Scribe: The Emergence of Scribal Curriculum in Ancient Israel and How it Shaped the Hebrew Bible

This talk illustrate the development of scribal curriculum in ancient Israel at the end of the Late Bronze Age and early Iron Age using comparative evidence from cuneiform scribal curriculum from the periphery including Egypt, Canaan, and Ugarit. It shows that the categories of cuneiform scribal curriculum were adapted in early Israel and in alphabetic […]

The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice

Collegium Europaeum, CUFA & Insitute of Philosophy at the Czech Academy of Sciences are delighted to invite you to the 13th international symposium The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice.  

Prof. Alden Smith: Where Character is King: Leadership and Epicureanism in Aeneid 1

The notion that Epicureanism shapes Virgil’s thought process is quite old, going back to Servius. That notion can also be derived from several factors, from the historical Virgil’s friendship to the Epicurean philosopher Philodemus and his circle, to his friendship with Horace and Maecenas, to the thematic progression of Epicurean imagery from the Eclogues through […]

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TEMA+ European Territories – Heritage and Development – Now accepting applicants!

The 2 year-long (120ECTS) TEMA+ proposes the analysis of the importance of cultural heritage in a European context by applying a multinational, interdisciplinary approach that none of the existing Masters degree in cultural heritage can offer.  The application for the TEMA+ and for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship is open from the 1st of January until […]