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Solidarity with the victims of war

We at Medieval Radio would like to extend our concern for those affected by the war in Ukraine, especially for members of the CEU community from Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus who are in danger now and whose family, friends and colleagues are threatened by this war and the political situation. We have collected some ways… Continue reading Solidarity with the victims of war

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Presenting our new partner: MECERN

Hello, dear listeners, we hope you are all doing well and beginning 2022 well-rested and in high spirits. This is very much the case for us, as we are happy to announce that we have begun a partnership with the Medieval Central Europe Research Network (MECERN), a semi-formal interdisciplinary network of scholars, students and interested… Continue reading Presenting our new partner: MECERN

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“PAST PERFECT!” – FIVE YEARS OF INTERVIEWS WITH CEU MEDIEVAL RADIO – Edited by long-time members/founders of CEU Medieval Radio

Dear splendid listeners, If you are looking for a distraction from the worries of the times, what better way than to delve into the diverse and sundry aspects of the medieval world, as explained by sundry experts in a friendly and accessible way. Our new book, just published by Trivent, is a collection of 16… Continue reading “PAST PERFECT!” – FIVE YEARS OF INTERVIEWS WITH CEU MEDIEVAL RADIO – Edited by long-time members/founders of CEU Medieval Radio

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A primary source on the Mongols translated into English for the first time and available online: Simon of Saint-Quentin’s History of the Tartars!

You are probably familiar with Marco Polo's famous book about his time in the Mongol Empire. But have you ever heard of Polo's contemporary, Simon of Saint-Quentin, or his book - History of the Tartars (Historia Tartarorum)? It's available in English for the first time, right here:  http://www.simonofstquentin.org Simon was one of the very first… Continue reading A primary source on the Mongols translated into English for the first time and available online: Simon of Saint-Quentin’s History of the Tartars!

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Herds, Husbandry, and Hungary: New Publication by CEU Alumna and CEU Medieval Radio Team Member

We are proud to announce that CEU Alumna and one of the most active members of the CEU Medieval Radio team, Kyra Lyublyanovics, has had her book, based on her doctoral dissertation defended in 2015, published by Archaeopress! The volume is entitled: New Home, New Herds: Cuman Integration and Animal Husbandry in Medieval Hungary from an Archaeozoological… Continue reading Herds, Husbandry, and Hungary: New Publication by CEU Alumna and CEU Medieval Radio Team Member

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The Stream’s URL has Changed

As of September 14 the stream's URL has changed (yes, again...). Those who listen to the radio at medievalradio.org won't need to do anything to be able to continue enjoying the program. However, those who connect to the stream directly, from now on please use http://37.221.209.189:9920/listen.pls. If you experience any difficulties in listening to CEU… Continue reading The Stream’s URL has Changed