To commemorate the 300th anniversary of Miklós Bethlen’s death, the Department of Early Modern Hungarian History, the Department of Medieval and Renaissance Hungarian Literature, Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös Loránd University, and the OTKA Research Group Representation and Material Culture in the Seventeenth-century Court of Transylvanian Princes organised a conference between 16–18 November 2016. Two of our colleagues participated in the event. Piroska Balogh discussed the poetics of space and body writing in the Autobiography of Miklós Bethlen, whereas Lilla Krász discussed Miklós Bethlen’s attitude towards medicine, health, and sickness.

See the conference report here. The programme of the conference is available here.