Archive | May 2013
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CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents its ‘Past Perfect!’ Weekend dedicated to the radio’s weekly talk show on medieval and early modern history and culture. Tune in to CEU Medieval Radio this Saturday (June 1) to listen to the best episodes of last and this year’s ‘Past Perfect!’. ‘Past Perfect!’ is CEU Medieval Radio’s show on […]
On May 20, 325 the First Council of Nicaea was held, establishing a consensus for much of the doctrine of the early Christian church. Its main accomplishments were settlement of the Christological issue of the nature of God the Son and his relationship to God the Father, the construction of the first part of the […]
CEU Medieval Radio’s stream is now listed and accessible in Winamp Media Library (download Winamp from here). The radio is also listed on seven radio portals, and we are constantly searching for new sites, apps, and players to register the stream on. Please recommend us to radio portals and apps developers or suggest a site […]
A rich collection of images from illuminated manuscripts is available on DiscardingImages. Although the illustrations seem odd to most modern-day viewers, they are a valid reflection of medieval European thinking and beliefs. These medieval depictions of imaginary animals, venereal diseases, and deviant human behaviour are a lot of fun but those seeking visual sources for […]
CEU Medieval Radio’s stream is now accessible through radio portals Streamfinder and Reciva. The radio is currently listed on seven radio portals, and we are constantly searching for new sites to register the stream on. Please recommend us to other radio portals too or suggest a site where CEU Medieval Radio is not listed as […]
CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents this and next week’s ‘Past Perfect!’ (May 5, 7-9) featuring poet, translator, and Eötvös Loránd University’s linguist Dr. Ádám Nádasdy, who will talk about post-1066 England’s multilingualism, the Anglo-Norman language, and the usage and development of English in the Middle Ages. Dr. Nádasdy will also talk about his current project […]