2010

The 5th Conference of Sacral Communication and Healing EASA Network
The Problems and Horizons of Research in fields of Sacral Communication

24th June 2010.

Károli Gáspár University of Reformed Church
Budapest, Reviczky u. 4.

Communities and the Sacred


10 h. István Béres (Janus Pannonius University of Pécs)
Nova res oblata. Old community in new situation

 10.15.Tamás Bokor
Prepared for nomadization
The challenge of a community metaphor

10.30. Márton Demeter (Eszterházy Károly College, Eger)
Invisible body of a community: the anatomy of the new media:

10.45. Márta Korpics (Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church)
Sacred styles of living in spiritual communities

11. 00 Lajos Kovács SJ.
Communication and the Church
About relationship between media and the Church

11.15. Ágnes Barna
The role of community influences in growing spirtual needs

11.30.    Coffee break

Frameworks, genres and the Sacred

11.45.    Dóra P. Szilcz (Pázmány Péter University of the Catholic Church)
Narratives of the Sacred

12.00 Spannraft Marcellina (Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church)
Linguistics and the Sacred

12.15. Enik§ Sepsi (Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church)
Theater and the Sacred on the stage of Novarina


12.30. Lunch


13. 00 Sign and meaning in the sacral communication

13.00 Imre Lázár (Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church)
Semiotics of the Sacred and the Body

13.15. Eszter Bereczki Legény
Typology and semiotics of apocryph prayers

Therapy and the Sacred

13.45. László Hubbes (Sapientia University, Mercurea Ciuc, Rumania)
The apocalyptic catharsis as therapy

14.00 Balázs Siba rev.(Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church)
God as partner in communication

Report about European Conference of Religion, Spirituality and Health , Bern 2010

Open discussion about future plans

Joining of Sacral Communication group of Hungarian Association of Communication Studies into the SC&H Network of EASA

Some lectures are soon available at the website of the SC&H Network


Books
Cosmologies of Suffering: Post-communist Transformation, Sacral Communication, and Healing eds Agita Luse, Imre Lazar Cambridge Scholars Publishing (September 1, 2007

Orvosi antropológia (Medical Antropology) eds Imre Lázár , Bettina Pikó Medicina (forthcoming 2011) some chapters are related with the network activity (Kürti, Hoppál, Gryneaus, Zempléni, Lázár, Koltay)

Other publications

Studia Caroliensia, 2008/2. 37-46
Thematic edition of Sacral communication and literature conference

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