Events

Report on the Annual Meeting of the International Commission for the History of Towns (ICHT) in Budapest, September 18–20, 2019

Economic Functions of Urban Spaces from the Middle Ages to the Present

The International Commission for the History of Towns (ICHT) held its annual meeting in Budapest, September18–20, 2019, co-organized with the “Lendület” Medieval Hungarian Economic History Research Group of the Institute of History of the Research Centre for the Humanities. The three-day conference was co-sponsored by the “Lendület” research group and the Central European University.

CARMEN Annual Meeting in Prague, September 4-5, 2019: Communities: Division, Connection, Interaction

CARMEN: Exciting New Medievalist Projects Unveiled in the City of a Hundred Spires

L60 - Celebrating Jozsef Laszlovszky's Birthday

On November 16-17, 2018, we celebrated the 60th birthday of József Laszlovszky (or, as everyone knows him, Jóska), Professor at the Department of Medieval Studies and Director of the Cultural Heritage Studies Program.

Conference in Vienna with Faculty and Alumni of the Medievel Studies Department: “Towns as Living Places: Static and Dynamic Aspects of Medieval and Early Modern Urban Communities," Oct, 2017

“Towns as Living Places: Static and Dynamic Aspects of Medieval and Early Modern Urban Communities” was the title of a conference held between 4-6 October 2017 in Vienna as a joint workshop of the VISCOM project carried by the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Atlas of Historic Towns project of the Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, coordinated by

Public lecture: Are we there yet? 3D as a Research Methodology in Archaeology: Prospects and Future Challenges by Sorin Hermon

February 3, 2016

The Archaeolingua Foundation and the Cultural Heritage Studies Program, CEU cordially invite you to the fifth lecture of Integrated Utilization of Advanced Technology in Archaeology and Heritage Preservation Today - Master Course and Continuing Professional Education Course.

Public lecture: Are we there yet? 3D as a Research Methodology in Archaeology: Prospects and Future Challenges