Call for Papers: Hieronymus noster: International Symposium on the 1600th Anniversary of Jerome’s Death

The International Symposium on the 1600th Anniversary of Jerome’s Death, Hieronymus noster, will take place in Ljubljana, on October 24th–26th, 2019, at the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Medieval Studies in Central Europe - Workshop in the Centre for Medieval Studies (CMS), Prague, 22-24 November 2018

December 11, 2018

Research on Central Europe has remained a topical issue on the common agenda of medievalists in Prague and Budapest since the changes in 1989. In the early 1990s, research on how the Middle Ages and its current perception shape the identity of the region was coordinated by scholars attached to two CEU campuses across the two capitals.

New Publication by Katalin Szende: Trust, Authority, and the Written Word in the Royal Towns of Medieval Hungary

October 29, 2018

Katalin Szende, head and faculty member of our department, has recently published a book at Brepols.

"A comprehensive overview of the formation of urban pragmatic literacy in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary.

In Memoriam Marianne Saghy

September 24, 2018

Marianne Sághy


We communicate with a great sadness that our friend and colleague Marianne Sághy, associate professor at the Department of Medieval Studies, CEU, and at the Department of Medieval and Early Modern Universal History, ELTE, Budapest; President of the Hungarian Hagiography Society, passed away on 21 September.

The Excerpta Constantiniana and the Byzantine Appropriation of the Past by Andras Nemeth, Alumnus of Medieval Studies

We are proud to announce that our alumnus Andras Nemeth has his new book published at Cambridge University Press. The title of the book is The Excerpta Constantiniana and the Byzantine Appropriation of the Past.