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The podcast shares the perspectives of faculty and students of OSUN Collaborative Network Course on Antisemitism, Holocaust, Colonialism, Gender. These termes are used as a lens through which to examine prejudice, discrimination, race and hate in their historical and contemporary manifestations. These questions have often been discussed in a bifurc…
 
What is the difference between altar and altarpiece? How were the altarpieces produced and used in medieval churches? How did medieval people see and understand them? In this interview, Chris Mielke talks with Emese Sarkadi Nagy, an art historian from the Christian Museum in Esztergom, Hungary, about the manufacturing and symbolism of Transylvanian…
 
In this episode of Past Perfect, Chris Mielke is joined by Ádám Nádasdy, a professor of English linguistics and a poet who is famous for translation Sheakspear`s plays into Hungarian. The professor starts the conversation with the Anglo-Norman world, the development of English in the Middle Ages, and the interactions between English and French. You…
 
In this episode, Chris Mielke has an exciting conversation about medieval forests and the woodcutting economy with the researcher Péter Szabó. The doctor explains how to study medieval landscapes, shows the difference between forests and woodlands, and talks about woodcutting's technologies and economic benefits in the Middle Ages and Early Modern …
 
Why was it important for the regent of the Netherlands to be unmarried? What is the connection between a Hungarian Queen and Luther? Why did Mary of Austria sign herself as Mary of Hungary? And why is it possible to create an exhibition about these queens full of empty glass boxes? In this interview, Chris Mielke speaks with Orsolya Réthelyi, a spe…
 
What do Faust and John Dee, Queen Elizabeth I's official magician, have in common? How to speak the language of angels and use magic crystals? What did Renaissance occultism look like, and how did it affect the modern understanding of magic? Christopher Melke discusses all these issues with György Szőnyi, a specialist in Renaissance and modern lite…
 
In this episode, Felicitas Schmieder, a professor of Medieval History in FernUniversität Hagen and visiting professor at CEU, speaks about medieval urbanism, perception, and eschatology. She begins with the research on her hometown, Frankfurt am Main, and the unique features of this royal city. Her focus is the medieval clergy, its role, and its ch…
 
After the graduation from CEU, doctor Magdolna Szilágyi talks about her dissertation about road systems in Western Hungary during the Arpad period. While the stereotypes say that medieval people lived in isolated societies and traveled a little, the research proved that the long journeys to the pilgrim locations, annual fairs, and other destination…
 
Interview with Christian Raffensperger, Professor and Chair of the Department of History, Kenneth E. Wray Chair in the Humanities, Wittenberg University, USAIn this interview, Professor Christian Raffensperger discusses his current research and forthcoming book Rulers and Rulership in the Arc of Medieval Europe, 1000-1200. The ‘arc’ refers to a vas…
 
In this episode, Chris Mielke speaks with Rubina Raja, the professor of Classical Archaeology at Aarhus University in Denmark, about her research of regional identities in the Roman Empire. First, the professor explains how archaeologists can study identities and what “Roman” really means for such studies. Rubina Raja also talks about the functions…
 
This is an interview with Maarten Prak, Professor of Social and Economic History at the Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University, Netherlands, hosted by Karen Culver.They discuss Maarten’s book Citizens without Nations: Urban Citizenship in Europe and the World c. 1000-1789. Maarten discusses how urban citizenship functioned in med…
 
Sigismund of Luxembourg (1368-1437) was king of Hungary, king of Bohemia, and Holy Roman Emperor at the same time. However, he was popular neither in Germany nor in Hungary or Bohemia, and long-abandoned in historiography. In this interview, Chris Mielke and his guest, Attila Bárány, talk about mysterious king Sigismund and Hungarian diplomacy of h…
 
In this interview, Dan Knox, (PhD student), talks about his research into coalitions, networks, and conflict around the double papal election in 498 and the subsequent Laurentian Schism. Using social network analysis methodologies, and based on personal letters and other writing of the period, Dan aims to tell the story of the papal election and th…
 
In this interview, Anna (Ph.D student) talks about her research into the construction and function of late medieval cathedrals in Central Europe. Her research focusses on the eastern end of the cathedral and how the design and use of the space reflected the contemporary society. Anna also discusses how the concepts used in the design of these ancie…
 
What can the fragments of glass bottles or beakers retell from their past? In this episode, Christopher Mielke speaks with Tanja Tolar about this very particular type of source materials and discovers how much the fragments can say about trade, manufacturing techniques, imagery, diplomacy, and contacts between the Western and Middle East societies …
 
In this interview, David Rockwell, Ph.D student with the Department of Medieval Studies, discusses his research into the lobbying practices of bankers and other lenders that aimed to influence imperial law-making affecting the economic life of sixth century Byzantium. He looks at the history of economics and corruption of the period from his unique…
 
In this interview Antonin Kalous talks about his recent book ‘The Legation of Angelo Pecchinoli at the Court of King of Hungary, 1488- 1490’. This wonderful book includes documents and personal letters to Pope Innocent VIII from his nuncio Angelo Pecchinoli, detailing daily life and even personal conversations at the court of King Matthias Corvinus…
 
Why was Jewish the only non-Christian minority tolerated in Europe? How did the Jewish and Christians share their neighborhood? What was the tendency in attitude to this minority in Medieval Europe? Today, Chris Mielke discusses these and many other questions with Carsten Wilke, primary CEU specialist in Jewish studies. The historian speaks about e…
 
A Military Analysis of the ‘Iron Gate’ Defence against the Ottoman Invasion of Hungary in the 14th century. In this interview, Jason Snider (Ph.D Student) talks about his research into the defence of the Kingdom of Hungary by the Teutonic Knights. He considers the defensive strategy from a military perspective and poses the question of why it faile…
 
In the new episode of Past Perfect, professor Terence Barry from Trinity College, Dublin, speaks about the Norman conquest of Ireland, urban development, and the island's economy in the Middle Ages. He starts with the Normans' invasion, explaining how they appeared on the Irish coast and why it was so difficult to conquer the whole island. In the s…
 
In this episode, Chris Mielke speaks with Alan Cameron, Professor Emeritus at Columbia University, New York. The professor tells about his various books on the Late Antique world and the unexpected interconnections between paganism and Christianity.In the first part, Alan Cameron focuses on the figure of Claudian, a Greek poet at the court of emper…
 
Andrea Petö, Professor for Gender Studies at the Central European University, Vienna, talks with Lori Weintrob, Professor of History and founding director of the Wagner College Holocaust Center, Staten Island, New York, and Laura Morowitz, who is currently researching issues of art in Nazi Vienna about the different forms of Jewish women’s heroism.…
 
Urban Arena is a series of critical conversations with activists, entrepreneurs, intellectuals and policy-makers in different European cities who are working, in complimentary and conflicting ways, to create cities that respond to the twin challenges of justice and sustainability. This time we're talking with Linda Gustafsson, Gender Equality Offic…
 
This Nightworkpod episode is based on a talk centred on the experiences of a platforming woman offering ‘alternative transport’ services with Bolt, Romania. The talk focuses on one day in the life of S. a Bolt driver. "In July 2021, S. switched from the long hours of international driving between Oradea and Milan, to offering 'alternative transport…
 
This episode is based on a talk that I gave as part of a conversation moderated by Ann Lui, principal @futurefirm. I was delighted to join @cyruspenarroyo discussing our films at this event organised @futurefirm and hosted by @exhibitcolumbus and moderated by Ann Lui, principle at Future Firm. You can also watch both films (Nightshift Spitalfields,…
 
A beszélgetés németül zajlott / The conversation was in GermanA podcast elérhető magyar felirattal a Fővárosi levéltár YouTube csatornáján.Háborúkban megerőszakolt nők emlékezete projekt - Előadássorozat XI., 2021. június 17. Mélyi József művészettörténész interjúja Eduard Freudmann-nal Eduard Freudmann (1979) Bécsben élő osztrák művész tevékenység…
 
As an internationally recognized expert on public art and the memorial genre, James E. Young has served on juries for a number of prospective memorials, from the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin to the National 9/11 Memorial in New York. In this interview, within the context of the Budapest memorial site project in memory of women …
 
On April 24, 2016, Tiempo Argentino published its first edition as a workers' cooperative. Before this, it was a printed newspaper, managed by a businessman, with a traditional financing model using advertising to support its operations. The money was mostly coming from government sources, but when the Argentine economy went into recession and the …
 
Malaysiakini is one of Malaysia’s most popular news sites, and was founded in 1999. In 2002, still a medium size organization, with 20 staff members, making money mostly from advertising and other services, Malaysiakini decided to introduce a paywall at a time when internet access, credit cards and online payments were far from popular anywhere in …
 
Interview with Michael Rothberg conducted by Hedvig Turai.Michael Rothberg, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, 1939 Society Samuel Goetz Chair in Holocaust Studies, UCLA, has major contributions to trauma and memory studies. The present interview is mostly connected to his latest book, The Implicated Subject. Beyond Victims and Perpet…
 
‘Szadvar Castle – its Foes and its Friends’ is a documentary of the medieval Szadvar Castle in the north of Hungary and The Friends of Szadvar, a brilliant group of volunteers who were founded to save Szadvar Castle from being forgotten. Together they research, excavate and conserve the castle, making it more accessible to the general public. Karen…
 
Can journalism cooperatives and subscription newsletters put power back in the hands of journalists?In the third episode of our series we explore this question with Maria Bustillos, journalist and co-founder of the Brick House, a collectively-owned journalism cooperative and Walker Bragman, a New York-based journalist, who discusses the advantages …
 
Urban Arena is a podcast about creating just and sustainable cities. This month Kate speaks with Heidi Lindvall from seed stage ClimateTech VC company Pale Blue Dot. Do you want to become an Urban Arena podcast correspondent! We want your voice on the pod. If you’d like to featured then please answer the question ‘What is a sustainable and just cit…
 
Pasts, Inc., Center of Historical Studies at CEU, CEU Department of Gender Studies, the Working Group of Democracy in History of CEU Democracy Institute, and the Subcommittee of the History of Second World War of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences launched the thematic issue of The Hungarian Historical Review with the authors present.https://hunghis…
 
In this episode we will talk about two media organizations that overcame geographical distances to report on their homes from abroad. They are also doing much more than that: they have created a synthesis of different art forms and journalism and became critical voices and sources of information for their public. The story of Belarus Free Theatre, …
 
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