In this episode Chris Mielke speaks with Dr. Ruth Mazo Karras, professor of history and expert on medieval social and cultural history, gender, and sexuality. To listen to the podcast please click here. Dr. Karras is a professor of history at the University of Minnesota, as well as the General Editor of the University of Pennsylvania… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Ruth Mazo Karras now available!
In this episode Karen Stark speaks with Dr. Leslie Peirce, professor of history at New York University, about topics ranging from early modern Ottoman history, slavery, and the harem, to Turkish historical TV dramas. You can listen to the podcast here. Dr. Peirce is a professor of history at New York University. Her writing and teaching… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Leslie Peirce now available!
Stephen Pow talks with Dr. Robert Ousterhout, professor of the history of art and architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. To listen to the podcast please click here. Robert Ousterhout (Ph.D. University of Illinois) has taught in the History of Art Department at the University of Pennsylvania since 2007. Previously he was Professor of Architectural… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Robert Ousterhout now available!
A brand new episode of Past Perfect! is now available to stream and download! In this episode our own Chris Mielke interviews Dr. Verena Krebs. They discuss topics ranging from cross-cultural exchange in the Middle Ages to the history and culture of Ethiopia, and investigate the question: how did European art from the 15th century… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Verena Krebs now available!
We are pleased to announce that new episodes of our podcast "Past Perfect!" are coming soon! The broadcasting dates and guest stars are as follows: July 17 - Dr. Verena Krebs July 31 - Dr. Robert Ousterhout August 14 - Dr. Leslie Peirce August 28 - Dr. Ruth Mazo Karras . Many thanks to our wonderful guest scholars and… Continue reading New “Past Perfect!” episodes coming soon!
CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents our next show on 'Past Perfect!' (May 24-28), featuring Prof. Dame Averil Cameron from the University of Oxford, who is chair of the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research, and President of CBRL (Council for British Research in the Levant). She and Chris will discuss Byzantine historiography and intellectual history, religious… Continue reading Next show on ‘Past Perfect!’: Prof. Dame Averil Cameron
CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents the next episode of 'Past Perfect!' (April 2), featuring Benjamin Linley Wild, a faculty member at the Sherborne School in Dorset and a guest lecturer at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design in London, who will talk about clothing and fashion in the Middle Ages, including the wardrobe… Continue reading Benjamin Linley Wild in ‘Past Perfect!’
CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents the next episode of 'Past Perfect!' (March 15-19) featuring Brett Whalen from the University of North Carolina. Dr. Whalen works on Christian intellectual and cultural history in the High Middle Ages. Among other topics, he teaches courses on the crusades, apocalyptic thought, and the medieval Roman Church. In this episode… Continue reading Brett Whalen on This Week’s ‘Past Perfect!’
CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents our next show on 'Past Perfect!' (March 1-5), featuring Daniel Ziemann, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Medieval Studies at Central European University Budapest, who will talk about rulership in the Bulgarian Empire, foreign policy under the Ottonians, as well as Canon law under Charlemagne. 'Past Perfect!' is… Continue reading ‘Past Perfect!’ Features Daniel Ziemann
Estella Weiss-Krejci (Academy of Sciences, Vienna) February 1-5, 2015 Burial norms (excarnation & evisceration), Austrian & Mayan comparisons Timothy Dawson (Independent Researcher) February 15-19, 2015 Military, Court, and Women’s dress in the Eastern Mediterranean Daniel Ziemann (CEU) March 1-5, 2015 First Bulgarian State, Ottonians & the East, Canon Law Brett Whalen (UNC-Chapel Hill) March 15-19,… Continue reading ‘Past Perfect!’ Programme Schedule for 2015