The Team

The CEU Medieval Radio Team is comprised of students from the Medieval Studies Department at Central European University. They are managing the music CEU Medieval Radio listeners enjoy 24/7, recording, editing, and promoting talk shows, and being in the service of medieval and Renaissance enthusiasts simply because they believe in what they are doing.

The original team: Tamás and Kyra have moved on to other projects, while Karen and Stephen are now advanced doctoral students with defenses in sight. Chris Mielke, the host of the Past Perfect radio show, graduated and left CEU to pursue his own academic career, however, he is still working on a project related to the Radio with Stephen, who is actively involved in the Radio’s everyday life.

The new team: doctoral students Anna Kinde, Olga Kalashnikova, David Rockwell, Marino Kumir, MA student Michał Machalski and alumna Karen Culver are currently members of the Radio team, with other students joining us for some projects.

Former members also include Anna Romsics, Andrea Ceballos, Tamás Reinicke and Sanja Miljan.

If you are interested in checking out the team’s research, click the links below:

Christopher Mielke

Stephen Pow

Kyra Lyublyanovics

Tamás Kiss

Karen Stark

11 thoughts on “The Team

  1. Greetings! I am the host of the early music radio program “Harmonia” (http://indianapublicmedia.org/harmonia/) and I have just read the interview with Tamas Kiss on medievalists.net. I am delighted to discover this internet radio program, and will immediately share the URL on my Facebook page and bring it to the attention of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies here at Texas Tech University, where I teach. I am looking for an e-mail address at which I may contact Tamas–thanks very much!

  2. Really happy to have found this station: but am having problems with the streaming. I click on the big RED button, hear the “Past Perfect” and then about 2 minutes of music (if I am lucky) when the whole thing turns off and I, again, click on the big RED button. I can’t imagine that this is the way you intend for things to work! I’m using Safari to get to you.
    Any suggestions?

  3. Love your radio station, listen to it on my television every night with a perfect digital reception from 10-11pm when the house is quiet.

    Cormac
    Dublin, Ireland.

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