Sprawozdanie z międzynarodowego sympozjum historycznoprawnego „Religia w przestrzeni publicznej państwa prawa XIX – XX wieku”, Kraków, 28 – 29 kwietnia 2016 r.

Michał Ożóg


The symposium was held in Kraków on April 28th–29th, 2016, and it touched upon the subject of religion in the public sphere in the legal state of the 19th and 20th centuries. It was organised by the Chair of General History of Law and State at the Jagiellonian University. The participants were greeted by Prof. Dorota Malec, PhD, Vice Dean for Administrative Studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University (as well as the University’s Vice Rector-Elect for Development). The proceedings of the conference began with the inaugural speech delivered by Prof. Andrzej Dziadzio, PhD, Head of the Chair of General History of Law and State at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. As many as 15 lecturers from 5 countries (Poland, Hungary, Germany, Austria, and the USA) contributed to the discussions. Each day of the symposium was divided into two sessions. The papers presented focused on the problem of relations between the church and the state  throughout the 19th century, the inter-war years, and the post-war period, as well as on such problems as the secularisation of marriage law, protection of religious feelings, the status of church-affi liated organizations, and others issues concerning church/state law and religious policy. Special attention was given to the legal  systems of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the successor states of the Habsburg Monarchy, and the German legal environment.

Słowa kluczowe: Kraków, sypozjum historyczno-prawne, religia w przestrzeni publicznej, państwo prawa, XIX wiek, XX wiek

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