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‘Past Perfect!’ Continues

‘Past Perfect!’ Continues

CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents this and next week’s Past Perfect! (February 24-26-27) featuring Central European University’s historian Carsten L. Wilke, who will talk about Jewish life in medieval and early modern Europe. Past Perfect! is CEU Medieval Radio’s show on medieval and early modern history and culture in association with Civil Radio FM98, where […]

‘Past Perfect!’ Continues

‘Past Perfect!’ Continues

CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents this and next week’s Past Perfect! (February 16-19-21) featuring Emese Sarkadi Nagy, who will talk about fifteenth and sixteenth-century Transylvanian altarpieces, about their production, as well as about her work in the collection of the Christian Museum in Esztergom, Hungary. Past Perfect! is CEU Medieval Radio’s show on medieval and […]

CEU Medieval Radio Launches ‘One Million Medievalists’ (1MM) Campaign

CEU Medieval Radio Launches ‘One Million Medievalists’ (1MM) Campaign

We at CEU Medieval Radio believe that the Middle Ages and the Renaissance affect out lives even today. We also believe that in a world of 2.4 billion internet users we can find one million medieval and Renaissance enthusiasts to like our Facebook fan site. If you, like us, get the buzz when you listen […]

Victor Alexandrov’s Book Lanuch

February 13, 2013 – 17:30 – 18:00 Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower Victor Alexandrov: The Syntagma of Matthew Blastares: The Destiny of a Byzantine Legal Code among the Orthodox Slavs and Romanians Forschungen zur byzantinischen Rechtsgeschichte, vol. 29 (Frankfurt am Main: Löwenklau-Gesellschaft, 2012) presented by Ralph Cleminson, visiting professor of Slavonic Studies The Syntagma is […]

Britons Quarrel over the Remains of Richard III

Britons Quarrel over the Remains of Richard III

Now that the long lost remains of Richard III have been identified, it seems that deciding over the late king’s new resting place will cause troblems on par with Richard’s infamous character. Leicester City Council and Leicester University, which conducted the archaeological dig and forensic examination, want Richard be buried at St Martin’s Cathedral in […]

Public Lecture By Daniel Ziemann

February 13, 2013 – 18:00 – 19:30 Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower This public lecture is held in the framework of the Faculty Research Seminar. During the ninth century the shape of politics and political communication changed significantly. Legal terminology and juridical thinking became more important for political negotiations and the management of conflicts. One […]

‘Past Perfect!’ Continues

‘Past Perfect!’ Continues

CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents this week’s Past Perfect! (February 9-12-13) featuring Central European University’s early modernist Marcell Sebők, who will talk about Humanism and the Renaissance as well as their presence in early modern Hungary. Dr. Sebők will also talk about one of his previous researches on Sebastian Ambrosius, the sixteenth-century pastor and humanist […]