What do the bridal inventories of Paula Gonzaga (1478) and Bianca Maria Sforza (1493) tell us about their familial relations, lives, and expectations? In the new episode of Past Perfect, Christina Antenhofer casts a new light on the relationships between people and their material possessions in pre-Modern Europe. You can listen to it on our… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Christina Antenhofer
What is it like at the Medieval Studies Department at CEU?
What is it like to study at CEU's Medieval Studies Department? As the application deadlines for the CEU Master Programs are approaching, we want to encourage those who want to join our wonderful Department of Medieval Studies in Vienna. Thus, we prepared a short podcast in which you can hear us talk with Department Head… Continue reading What is it like at the Medieval Studies Department at CEU?
The Melodies of Christmastime returns!
Dear listeners,you might remember our coverage of Late Medieval Songs from the Kingdom of Hungary - in case you do not, it's right here (click!). 🙂 It is our great pleasure to announce that the podcast version, narrated by our great friend and long-time contributor Karen Culver is available on our youtube channel. You can… Continue reading The Melodies of Christmastime returns!
Past Perfect! with Mária Vargha
Dear listeners! The new episode of Past Perfect is out! In this interview, Mária Vargha shares with us her new perspective on the Christianization of Central Europe, based on the insights offered by the geospatial analysis of the archeological data and approaches in digital humanities. Please listen to the episode here: http://ceumedievalradiopodcast.ceu.hu/?name=2022-12-09_past_perfect_with_maria_vargha_9_12_2022.mp3 EDIT: You can… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Mária Vargha
Past Perfect! with Lenka Panušková
The new episode of Past Perfect is a short conversation with Lenka Panušková, in which she talks about the illuminations of Passional of the Abbess Kunigunde in the context of female devotional practices of the fourteenth century. As always, you can find the episode on your website: http://ceumedievalradiopodcast.ceu.hu/?name=2022-11-25_pastperfect_25_11_panuskova.mp3 EDIT: you can also listen to the… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Lenka Panušková
Past Perfect! with Bernhard Palme
Dear Listeners, the new episode of our podcast Past Perfect! is available on our radio's website! How widespread was the use of papyri in Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages? What kind of documents were written on papyrus and what do they tell us about societies of Eastern Mediterranean? How even fragmentary papyri can cast… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Bernhard Palme
Past Perfect! with Éloïse Adde
Dear Listeners, the new episode of our podcast Past Perfect! is available on our radio's website! In this episode, Michał Machalski speaks with Éloïse Adde, Assistant Professor at Central European University's Medieval Studies Department on the topic of the medieval nation. Is nationhood a nineteenth-century phenomenon, or can it also be found in the Middle… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Éloïse Adde
Echoes of Early with Tom Chilton
Karen Culver interviews Tom Chilton of the early music ensemble Dagda. To listen to the podcast click here.
Echoes of Early with Jonathan Cohen
David Rockwell interviews Jonathan Cohen, cellist, and conductor; founder of the British early music ensemble Arcangelo. To listen to the podcast please click here. Jonathan is a specialist in early modern music and period instruments and talks about challenges and problems when performing early music and balancing between historical accuracy and artistic interpretation.
Past Perfect! with Maarten Prak
In this episode of Past Perfect!, Karen Culver talks with Maarten Prak about his latest book "Citizens without Nations: Urban Citizenship in Europe and the World c. 1000-1789". Maarten discusses how urban citizenship functioned in medieval and early modern Europe and how the definition of citizenship status impacts urban and national governance in the period… Continue reading Past Perfect! with Maarten Prak