Public Lectures in Medieval Studies
Fall Term 2022/2023
These lectures will be held on Wednesdays, starting at 17:40. All lectures are hybrid. If you wish to attend in person, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If attending online, please email the same address and a zoom link will be sent to you.
The Department of Medieval Studies announces that, to its greatest sorrow, it has felt obliged to cancel the public lecture by Mikhail Kizilov, an alumnus of the department, former supervisee of the late János Bak, and recipient of the János Bak Fellowship grant. While Mihail Kizilov’s academic achievements earned him the János Bak Fellowship grant, it has been brought to our attention that he has recently and repeatedly made statements that suggest he supports and justifies the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The whole faculty and staff of the department condemns in the severest terms this unjust war.
The Reception of Syriac Scientific and Exegetical Texts in Early Medieval Jewish Literature.
Tamás Visi, Palacky University, Olomouc
Helene Kottannerin. Queen Elizabeth’s Lady-in-Waiting Who Stole the Hungarian Crown. A Book Project.
Julia Burkhardt, University of Munich & Christina Lutter, University of Vienna
Cities of Copper, Silver and Gold. Doing Research on Lower Hungarian Mining Towns.
Milan Georgievski, Slovak National Museum, Spring 2022 Bak Fellow
Picturing the Passion: Devotional Strategies in the Passional of the Abbess Kunigunde.
Lenka Panušková, Czech Academy of Sciences
Behind the scenes of Notre Dame reconstruction. Historical restoration, technical requirements, and the decision-making process.
Agnès Adde, Directrice d'activité multi-fluides - ALTERNET SA, Paris
One further lecture will added to the schedule.