Faculty of Letters

The Faculty of Letters, one of BBU largest faculties, offers instruction in a wide and diverse range of areas, as follows: Philology Studies, Modern and Classic Languages and Literatures; Applied Modern Languages; Cultural Studies; Ethnology and Ethnography.

A special emphasis is placed on advanced scientific research. This is directed towards the fields of language, linguistics, literature and ethnology. The institutional framework for scientific research includes department teams and groups of departments, interdisciplinary research teams, as well as national and international projects. To facilitate research activities, 8 branches of the Central University Library and another 16 independent libraries are hosted by the faculty, libraries which are affiliated with various departments and cultural and research centres.

The Faculty of Letters is among the faculties enjoying the largest number of partnerships with fellow international faculties and academic institutions in the country, and abroad. Collaboration with similar international and prestigious institutions targets joint degree programmes, the development of research projects, mobility schemes for both teaching staff and students, all with a mind for curricular compatibility. The faculty participates in actions carried out within the SOCRATES-ERASMUS European programmes and insures the recognition of credit hours obtained by students during study programmes at partner institutions.

 

 

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Our tribute to Imre Kertész

The new issue of Philobiblon is out, with our colleague’s essay The first 2016-issue of Philobiblon. Transylvanian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research in Humanities publishes Zsuzsa Selyem’s essay entitled “Being an Object. Being a Person. Indirect
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All interested are welcome to the opening ceremonies of the 2016/2017 academic year.

An ethnographic lecture is going to open the new year for the Hungarian community of the Faculty of Letters. This will take place on 3rd October 2016, 2 pm. The Romanian-speaking opening lecture is due
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The Public Defence of Zalán Serestély’s Doctoral Thesis

Date and location: 4th July 2016, 12:30 pm BBU, Faculty of Letters, Horea street nr. 31. Popovici room The Hungarology Doctoral School of the Babeș–Bolyai University and the Department of Hungarian Literary Studies are pleased
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Next event

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Mentés másként pedagógia konferencia 2.

Pedagógia konferencia Helyszín: BBTE BTK épülete, Horea u. 31. sz. Brassai, Dézsi, Eminescu, Stanca terem. Időpont: március 1–2.

Important events

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Jan.70

Serie de prelegeri: Filippo LA PORTA (Roma)

Două prelegeri susținute de Filippo LA PORTA Marți, 26 martie 2019


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Mar.19

Beszélgetés Krasznahorkai Lászlóval

Beszélgetés Helyszín: BBTE Aula Magna

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Mar.19

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Mar.19

Horváth Andor 75.

Emlékkonferencia Helyszín: BBTE, Bölcsészettudományi Kar, Horea u. 31, Popovici terem. Időpont: 2019. március 8–9.

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Mar.19

Könyvbemutató: Berszán István, Ritmikai dimenziók

Könyvbemutató Helyszín: a BBTE Bölcsészettudományi Kar kis díszterme/Popovici terem (Horea u. 31. sz.). Időpont: március 4., 18 órától.


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Mar.19

Mentés másként pedagógia konferencia 2.

Pedagógia konferencia Helyszín: BBTE BTK épülete, Horea u. 31. sz. Brassai, Dézsi, Eminescu, Stanca terem. Időpont: március 1–2.

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