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Curriculum Vitae

10 most important publications

List of Publications

 

Gábor KLANICZAY

University Professor
 
religious & cultural history

 

Curriculum Vitae

Year of birth

1950


Education, Academic Titles

1974
Graduated in History, Medieval Studies, and English Philology at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

1976
postgraduate studies in Paris with Jacques Le Goff (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales) and Michel Mollat (Sorbonne)

1983
Dr. Phil. at ELTE

1994
Cand. Sci. at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

2001
Dr. Habil., Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

2004
Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences


Employments, Academic and Administrative Charges

1974-78
Editor at the review Világosság

1978–84
Assistant Research Fellow at the Institute for Historical Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

1985–90
Secretary of the National Committee of Hungarian Historians

1984–90
Assistant Professor, 1990– Associate Professor, 1994–97 Head of the Department of Medieval European History, ELTE

1989-1993
Founding Editor of Budapesti Könyvszemle (BUKSZ) 1993-2001 Chairman of the Editorial Board

1990-97
Program Director, Historical Anthropology Program sponsored by the Soros Foundation, ELTE, Budapest, (together with András Gerő)

1991-1997
Editor of Budapest Review of Books

1991–92
Associate Dean for International Relations at ELTE, Faculty of Humanities

1992–97
Head of the Department of Medieval Studies at CEU, Budapest

1997-
Professor of Medieval Studies at CEU, Budapest

1997-2002
Rector and Permanent Fellow of Collegium Budapest

2002-
Permanent Fellow of Collegium Budapest

2005-2007
Head of the Department of Medieval Studies at CEU, Budapest


Fellowships

1986
Research Fellowship, Columbia University, New York, (Institute on East-Central Europe)

1989
‘Maître de conférences associé’ at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

1990–91
Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

1992
Getty Scholar at the Getty Center for Arts and the Humanities, Santa Monica

1996
Resident Scholar at the Bellagio Study and Conference Center

2003/2004
Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford


Membership in University Committees

1989-9
ELTE reform committee

1992-99
a CEU Senate member (Doctoral Committee, External Relations Committee,
Strategic Planning Committe)

1999-99
Chair of the Rector Search Committee of CEU

2001-
CEU Doctoral Committee member

2001 -
Humanities Center of the CEU International Advisory Council member


Membership in Other Academic Committees

1980-85
a MTA Kulturális Antropológia munkabizottság

1990-2001
Secretary of the Frencs-Hungarian mixed Committee of Historians

2003-
advisory board member Musée d’Europe (Bruxelles)

2003-
member of the National Committee of Hungarian Historians


2006-7
member of the Advisory Group on Humanities and Social Sciences at the DG Research of the European Commission, Bruxelles

2007-
member of the Hungarian Accreditation Board – History Committee


Teaching experience

Since 1984
Courses in medieval history at ELTE, Budapest

at CEU

since 1993/1994
one semester each year Hagiography

since 1995/96
one semester each year Historical Anthropology

1993/1994
New Sensitivities in Contemporary Historical Research

1995/1996
Magic in the Middle Ages

1996/1997
Religious Movements in Late Medieval Europe

1998/1999
Religion in the Courts (Saints, Heretics, Witches)

2000/2001
From the Ethnogenesis to Protonationalism

2001/2002
Mendicant Orders between West and East

since 1995
PhD Research Seminar

since 1995
PhD Seminar

since 1999
University and Department Network Coordination

2002/2003
The Cult of Saints and Medieval Canonization Trials

2002/2003
The Annales School - History and Historiography


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