news · Workshop

Upcoming event: Piroska and the Pantokrator: The Politics of Dynastic Memory, Healing and Salvation in Komnenian Constantinople

Date: June 3, 2015 - 10:00 - 19:00 Building: Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower Room: Auditorium Event type: Workshop Event audience: Open to the Public CEU organizer: Marianne Sághy External organizers: Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, Humanities Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences , Budapest, Lendület Research Group at the University of Debrecen CEU host… Continue reading Upcoming event: Piroska and the Pantokrator: The Politics of Dynastic Memory, Healing and Salvation in Komnenian Constantinople

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announcement · cultural anthropology · ethnography · interview · news

“Past Perfect!” Features Judith Rasson

CEU Medieval Radio proudly presents our next show on 'Past Perfect!' (April 16), featuring Judith Rasson from the Central European University in Budapest, who will discuss cultural anthropology and ethnography in historical studies, medieval textiles and medieval memorial monuments on the Balkans. Past Perfect! is CEU Medieval Radio's show on medieval and early modern history… Continue reading “Past Perfect!” Features Judith Rasson

Benjamin Linley Wild · news · Past Perfect!

Benjamin Linley Wild in ‘Past Perfect!’

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!’

Blog · tabloid

The Giant Snail Conspiracy ‘Unveiled’

The people at the Mirror continue to do cutting edge medieval scholarship and continue to release findings that the stodgy academics don't want you to know! In this article, they consider the possibility that medieval snails were as big as humans because margin doodles in medieval manuscripts sometimes show humans battling giant snails. Check the… Continue reading The Giant Snail Conspiracy ‘Unveiled’

Blog · miscellania

Next Year Don’t Forget to Celebrate Nasir al-Din Tusi Day!

The Middle Ages wouldn't be what they are without the Mongol Empire! But did you know that the Mongols didn't always just kill people? They were also interested in patronizing scientists and artists, particularly in Iran. About a month ago, it was Nasir al-Din Tusi Day in Iran. Nasir al-Din Tusi was a scientist who… Continue reading Next Year Don’t Forget to Celebrate Nasir al-Din Tusi Day!

Blog · popular history

Undressing for Tax Cuts: The Story of Lady Godiva

Have you ever wondered about the story of Lady Godiva, the medieval Anglo-Saxon noble, who rode her horse through a town - sans garments! - to get her husband, the vicious duke, to lower taxes for the citizenry? The vicious duke dared her to do this shameless act in exchange for the lowering of taxes,… Continue reading Undressing for Tax Cuts: The Story of Lady Godiva

announcement · news · Past Perfect!

Brett Whalen on This Week’s ‘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!’

Daniel Ziemann · news · Past Perfect!

‘Past Perfect!’ Features Daniel Ziemann

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