Publications

Soon to be published: Witchcraft, Superstition, and Observant Franciscan Preachers by Fabrizio Conti

The Witchcraft, Superstition, and Observant Franciscan Preachers. Pastoral Approach and Intellectual Debate in Renaissance Milan by Fabrizio Conti (PhD' 12) will be published in June 2015 by the Brepols Publishers.
Read more: http://www.brepols.net/Pages/ShowProduct.aspx?prod_id=IS-9782503549194-1

New book by Peter Bokody: Images-within-Images in Italian Painting (1250-1350)

Peter Bokody (MA'06 PhD'09)'s book on The Images-within-Images in Italian Painting (1250-1350) will be published by Ashgate in March 2015.

Nadia Miladinova's book on The Panoplia Dogmatike by Euthymios Zygadenos has been published at Brill

Nadia Miladinova (MA ’04, PhD ’11)
The Panoplia Dogmatike by Eythymios Zygadenos
A study on the first edition published in Greek in 1710

The MA thesis on The Perquisite of a Medieval Wedding written by Sara Katanec (2014) is available online

The Perquisite of a Medieval Wedding: Barbara of Cilli’s Acquisition of Wealth, Power, and Lands

Volume 20 of Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU celebrates 20 years of Medieval Studies at CEU

The Annual of Medieval Studies, the only regularly published departmental yearbook at CEU aptly celebrates the twentieth year of its publication by reporting on the Academic Year 2012-2013, which was the twentieth year of the Department’s existence. The anniversary block includes a two-voice presentation on “Latin and Greek Middle Ages” by two regular visiting professors of the Department, Patrick Geary (Princeton) and Claudia Rapp (Vienna), which we have transcribed and share in this volume.

New book: Kép és kereszténység [Image and Christianity]

Edited by Peter Bokody (MA'06, PhD'10 ), published by Benedictine Abbey, Pannonhalma, 2014.

New book by Eniko Bekes: Asztrológia, orvoslás és fiziognómia Galeotto Marzio műveiben [Astrology, Medicine and Physiognomy in the Works of Galeotto Marzio]

Eniko Bekes (MA'03): Asztrológia, orvoslás és fiziognómia Galeotto Marzio műveiben [Astrology, Medicine and Physiognomy in the Works of Galeotto Marzio], Budapest, Balassi kiadó, 2014.

New book: Religious Representations on Stove Tiles from the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary

 

Ana-Maria Gruia's dissertation was published (PhD in Medieval Studies defended 2009 June 12

Ana-Maria Gruia's doctoral dissertation on Religious Representations on Stove Tiles from the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary (PhD in Medieval Studies defended 2009 June 12) was published by MEGA, Cluj Napoca in 2013.

New book: Stephen the Great and Balkan Nationalism written by Jonathan Eagles

The I.B. Tauris has recently published the Stephen the Great and Balkan Nationalism: Moldova and Eastern European History written by Jonathan Eagles. Jonathan Eagles, PhD, was an Academic Writing instructor at the department in 2000. He returned to the UK more interested in Central and Eastern Europe than he had ever been before and this book is the result of his pursuit of this interest.

New book edited by Janos M. Bak and Ivan Jurkovic

This practical guide, edited by Janos M. Bak and Ivan Jurkovic (MA'95, PhD'04), published by Brepols, aims to facilitate the discovery of narrative sources (chronicles, annals, saints’ lives) for a given area and time period. It lists editions, modern translations and, as far as possible, internet sites for texts.

Nine introductory essays discuss genres of historical narrative and the methods of medieval history writing, and also highlight the special character of Byzantine, Muslim, and Eastern Christian narrative sources.

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