Natalie Zemon Lectures 2023 Confirmed

March 24, 2023

The Departments of History and Medieval Studies are pleased to announce that the Natalie Zemon Lectures 2023 will be given by Magda Teter, Professor of History and the Shvidler Chair of Judaic Studies at Fordham University.

Continuity and Change in Medieval Central Europe

February 27, 2023

MECERN (the Medieval Central European Research Network) will hold their biennial conference on April 27 to 29 in Bratislava with the theme: Continuity and Change in Medieval Central Europe.

As always, the Department of Medieval Studies at CEU will present papers. This year, papers include:

Daniel Ziemann, Dark Ages in Central Europe? – The period around 900 AD as a turning point

Contributions to Leeds IMC

February 8, 2023

The Department of Medieval Studies at CEU is delighted to announce that our faculty Anna Somfai will be presenting the keynote at Leeds International Congress 2023, and the department will be sponsoring two panels. The IMC is one of two pre-eminent international conferences of medievalists worldwide. It was founded in 1994 by, among others, our emeritus professor Gerhard Jaritz, and will this year take place from 3-6 July.

Application Update

February 2, 2023

Due to the processing time for application fees, prospective students who have submitted a first application to CEU can apply for a second or third program after the intiial deadline.

In practice this means that anyone who paid their application fee before the Feb 1 deadline (though the fee need not have arrived) can apply for other programs once the fee is processed. These subsequent applications will still be considered for financial paid, provided that they are submitted as soon as notification that the fee has been processed is received.