Prospective Students Faculty&Staff Students&Alumni Events
Hellenic Center
Educational Programs
CEU-ELTE Medieval Library
Hungarian Medievalists
Cultural Heritage-Projects
  on Tuesday, February 27, 2007 at 17:30 p.m

One and several Antichrists: Apocalypticism and Politics in the 13th and 14th Centuries

Faculty Tower, 409


Felicitas Schmieder

Fernuniversität Hagen

Prof. Dr. Felicitas Schmieder is professor for “Geschichte und Gegenwart Alteuropas” (History and Presence of Old Europe) at the Fernuniversität Hagen.

Main publications, esp. in the field of the paper:
Europa und die Fremden. Die Mongolen im Urteil des Abendlandes vom 13. bis in das 15. Jahrhundert, Sigmaringen 1994;
Il Codice Cumanico e il suo Mondo, ed. Felicitas Schmieder/ Peter Schreiner, Rome 2005;
Die mittelalterliche Stadt, Darmstadt 2005;
Nota sectam maometicam atterendam a tartaris et christianis – The Mongols as non-believing apocalyptic friends around the year 1260?, in: Journal of Millenial Studies 1, 1 (1998) =;
Cum hora undecima. The Incorporation of Asia into the Orbis christianus, in: Armstrong, Guyda/ Wood, Ian N.(Hg.), Christianizing Peoples and Converting Individuals. Proceedings of the International Medieval Congress, Leeds 1997, Turnhout 2000, S.259-65;
Two unequal brothers split and reunited – The Greeks in Latin Eschatological Perceptions of Politics and History before and after 1204, in: Quarta crociata. Venezia – Bisanzio – Impero latino, ed. Gherardo Ortalli/ Giorgio Ravegnati/ Peter Schreiner, Venice 2006, S.633-51;
Christians, Jews, Muslims – and Mongols. Fitting a Foreign People into the Western Christian Apocalyptic Scenario, in: Medieval Encounters 12 (2006) 274-95.

  <<< Public lectures  
H-1051 Budapest, Nádor u. 9. - Tel.: (36-1)327-3024, Fax:(36-1)327-3055, E-mail: