Online Summer Courses in 2021 in Medieval History and Religious Studies

March 24, 2021

Extended application deadline: March 28, 2021.

For news on further possible extensions, please, refer to this page.

In response to the pandemic and the continuing potential health risks, CEU Summer University has decided to offer its courses online to keep faculty and participants safe. Course organizers will be adapting their courses to the online format using all available opportunities to keep them lively and interactive and will make sure to create space for networking between peers and faculty. Short, live faculty presentations and pre-recorded lectures will alternate leading in both facilitated and independent small group discussions in breakout rooms, followed up by plenary sessions, one-on-one consultations with faculty, individual or group assignments and presentations, digital fieldwork, and more. 

Courses offered in the subject of Medieval History and Religious Studies

Political Theology of the Early Church from its Formation to Justinian (July 19 - July 26)

Course director: György Geréby (CEU)

Witchcraft Across Classical, Medieval, and Early-Modern Cultures in Europe: Researching and Teaching a Long-Term Historical Issue (July 20 - July 25)

Course directors: Fabrizio Conti (John Cabot University, Rome), Gábor Klaniczay (CEU)