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8-10 July 2010

On the Fringes of Alchemy

CEU, Faculty Tower #409

For more detalis please visit: http://members.upc.hu/bobory.dora/alchemyproject/Welcome.html

 
6-9 May, 2010

“Biography and Identity: Dilemmas and Opportunities” - 4th Annual Graduate Conference in European History (GRACEH)

 
February 22-23, 2010

Intricate Interfaith Networks: The Variety of Jewish-Christian Contacts in the Middle Ages

CEU, Budapest

For more information please contact this link.

 
November 12-14, 2009

Centre and Periphery in the Age of Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos

 
Octóber 15-17, 2009

Late Crusades – Les croisades tardives

CEU and Hunagrian National Museum

BETWEEN CONFLICT AND CO-EXISTENCE
INTERCONFESSIONAL FRONTIERS IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES

ENTRE CONFLIT ET COEXISTENCE
LES FRONTIÈRES INTERCONFESSIONNELLES À LA FIN DU MOYEN ÂGE

 
September 16-17, 2009

Ecclessiastical Topography in East -Central europe. Methods, Problems, and Possibilities

Karoli Gaspar Calvinist University and Central European University

The Department of Medieval History of the Károli Gáspár Calvinist University together with the Department of Medieval Studies of the Central European University are pleased to announce that they are organizing an international conference on ecclestiastical topography. The meeting is scheduled to take place in the second half of September 2009, and is intended to be part of a series of follow-up conferences in the future. The conference’s subject will be methodology of ecclesiastical topography (possibilities and difficulities of using historical, art and architectural historical and archaeological sources), as well as the presentation of larger, comprehensive works concerning Southern and Central Europe. Beside the lectures there will be a poster session too, where actual smaller works can bepresented.
All interested parties are invited to express their intention of participation. Please send your applications to the conference’s electronic address (see below) along with a title of your presentation.
The languages of the lectures and posters may be English or German.

 
March 6-8, 2009

15 YEARS ANNIVERSARY REUNIONS

Faculty Tower, Auditorium


The Department of Medieval Studies of the Central European University
celebrates its fifteenth anniversary and we cordially invite you to celebrate with us on March 6-8, 2009

 
March 5-8, 2009

Monastic Landscape: Spiritual and Physical

Organized by:
the Department of Medieval Studies of CEU
in co-operation with
the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Göttingen

Supported by:
DAAD-Hungarian Scholarship Board Project Support Scheme
CEU, Rector’s Fund

 
November 4-5, 2008

RELIGION IN EUROPEAN HISTORY

The Conference is organized with the sponsorship of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy

 
July 18-19, 2008

From Holy War to Peaceful Co-habitation. Diversity of Crusading and the Military Orders

Faculty Tower, Room #409


 
 
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