Publications of Szőnyi, Gy. E.
Book review: The sacrificial body and the day of doom : alchemy and apocalyptic discourse in the Protestant Reformation
The article reviews the book "The Sacrificial Body and the Day of Doom: Alchemy and Apocalyptic Discourse in the Protestant Reformation," by Urszula Szulajowska.
Pictura & Scriptura : new and old approaches to image–word relations
Special Focus: "Ut pictura poesis: Literature and Painting."
Book review: Used books : marking readers in Renaissance England
The article reviews the book "Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England," by William H. Sherman.
The current situation of English studies in Hungary
The article presents the speech "The Current Situation of English Studies in Hungary," by Gy. E. Szőnyi of the University of Szeged in Hungary, delivered at a conference for the Hungarian Society for the Study of English (HUSSE) on January 25, 2007. Szonyi discusses English studies in Hungary, how English studies function in higher education, and how English studies can improve international relations.
The voices of the English renaissance
John Dee and early modern occult philosophy
Reviews several books. 'Talking With Angels. John Dee and the End of Nature,' by Deborah Harkness; 'The Alchemy of Light. Geometry and Optics in Late Renaissance Alchemical Illustration,' by Urszula Szulakowska; 'Seeing the Word. John Dee and Renaissance Occultism,' by Hakan Hakansson; 'The Queen's Conjurer. The Science and Magic of Dr. John Dee, Adviser to Queen Elizabeth I,' by Benjamin Woolley.
An early Hungarian hermetist-semiotician : János Molnár
Special issue: For Vilmos Voigt
A kingdom of many languages : the case of medieval Hungary
A later version of “‘Linguistic Pluralism in Medieval Hungary,” in M. A. Meyer, ed. The Culture of Christendom: Essays in Medieval History in Memory of Denis L. T. Bethell (London: Hambledon Press, 1993), 269-80.