CEU Medieval Studies 2021/2022 Winter Term Public Lecture Series

December 17, 2021

The Department of Medieval Studies at CEU is pleased to announce the complete program of its Winter Term Public Lecture Series.

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Time: Wednesdays, 17:40 CET
Place: CEU Vienna Campus and on Zoom

January 19:

  • Eloïse Adde, Central European University | Emotions and Nation: Making Community, Communion and National Subjects in the Narrative Sources of Brabant and Bohemia (1300–1400)

February 2: 

  • Volker Menze, Central European University | Blessings, Bribes & Bishops: Cyril of Alexandria, the Council of Ephesus (431) and the Making of Orthodoxy

February 16:

  • Katja Weidner, University of Vienna | How the Whale Got Its Fragrance: A Look at Medieval Bestiaries and Beyond

March 2:

  • Andreas Zajic and Jonathan Dumont, Austrian Academy of Sciences | Bonds of Trust and Informal Power within the State Bureaucracy: The Habsburg Monarchy under Maximilian I

March 16:

  • Giulia Rossetto, Austrian Academy of Sciences | Written on the Margins: Multilingual Annotations in the Byzantine Prayerbooks of Saint Catherine’s Monastery (Sinai)

March 30:

  • Bruno De Nicola, Austrian Academy of Sciences | Islamic Manuscripts from the Mongol Empire: Challenges and Possibilities