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Curriculum Vitae

10 most important publications

List of Publications

 

József LASZLOVSZKY

Professor
 
archaeology & monastic culture

 

Curriculum Vitae

Year of birth: 1958


Education

1978-1983
MA with distinction, ELTE, Budapest, Faculty of Humanities (Archaeology and History)


Doctoral degree and field

1993
PhD, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Dissertation: English Hungarian Contacts from the Eleventh to the Early Thirteenth Century


Other titles

1991
Dr. Univ. (Summa cum Laude), ELTE, Budapest, Thesis: English Hungarian Contacts in the Twelfth Century, (Medieval history)

1983
Hungarian Higher Education Award (Magyar Felsőoktatási Érdemérem)


Fellowships, scholarships

1986-1987
Visiting graduate student, Oxford University, New College,

1983-1986
Postgraduate Research Student of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Department of Archaeology, ELTE, Budapest


Teaching experience

ELTE, Budapest (Since 1983)

Introduction: Medieval Archaeology

Medieval Castles and Fortifications

Medieval Villages and Settlement System

History of Medieval Material Culture

Medieval Agrar Production and Agriculture

Crusader Fortifications in the Holy Land

Monastic Archaeology

Medieval Everyday Life

Medieval Archaeology

Written Sources for Medieval Archaeologists

Objects and Finds of Medieval Material Culture

Postgraduate Seminar for Medieval Archaeologists

Postgraduate Seminar for Medievalists


at CEU

Monastic Architecture and Archaeology

People and Nature in Historical Perspective

Cultural Heritage

Medieval Archaeology and Architecture

Excursion seminar and academic field trip

Castle and Village, Settlement and Society

PhD Research Seminar

PhD Seminar


Other scholarly and public activity, international relations

2002
Summer University course of CEU on People and nature in Historical Perspective, July

1999
Conference on The Crusades and the Military Orders. Expanding the Frontiers of Medieval Latin Christianity. 26-28 February

1997
Theoretical and Methodological Problems of Architectural Reconstruction, Day Conference of the Hungarian Medievalist Society and of the Society of Hungarian Art Historians and Archaeologists, October

1997
Co-organiser, Conference and Field Trip of the IMCOS at Budapest, September

1997
Sessions on Medieval Archaeology, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July

1997
Course Director , Summer University Course: Cultural Heritage in Danger, Central European University, July

1996, 1998
Summer University courses of CEU on the Endangered Cultural Heritage

1996
Monasticism on the Borderline of Latin and Orthodox Christianity, Session organized at the 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May

1996
Heremitae, Monachi, Fratres. Interactions of medieval Monastic Cultures. International conference on monasticism celebrating the 1000 anniversary of the foundation of the benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma. CEU Budapest - Benedictine Abbey Pannonhalma, March

1995
The First Congress of Hungarian Medieval Archaeology
Budapest, April 3-7


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