Publications

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Book launch: Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Rome

September 21, 2016

The book Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Rome: Conflict, Competition, and Coexistence in the Fourth Century, edited partly by our faculty member Marianne Sághy and published by Cambridge University Press, was launched by professor Arnaldo Marcone (Universita Roma Tre), one of the best experts of Late Antique Rome.

Our PhD student published a paper in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

September 20, 2016

We are proud to announce that one of our PhD students, Stephen Pow published an article in the prestigious Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. Stephen writes his dissertation on the Mongol Invasions of Europe in the thirteenth century.

Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Rome published at Cambridge University Press

September 8, 2016

We are proud to announce that the book Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Rome - Conflict, Competition, and Coexistence in the Fourth Century, edited partly by our faculty member Marianne Sághy, has been published at Cambridge University Press.

Medieval Buda in Context published at Brill

We are happy to announce that the volume Medieval Buda in Context, edited by our professors Katalin Szende and Balázs Nagy, our PhD student András Vadas, and Martyn Rady, has been published by Brill. The volume also features a number of the department's alumni as contributors.

Book release: Medieval East Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective edited by Gerhard Jaritz and Katalin Szende

May 27, 2016

We are happy to announce that the volume Medieval East Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective, edited by our professors, Gerhard Jaritz and Katalin Szende, is now at at Routledge.

Medieval East Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective draws together the new perspectives concerning the relevance of East Central Europe for current historiography by placing the region in various comparative contexts. The chapters compare conditions within East Central Europe, as well as between East Central Europe, the rest of the continent, and beyond.