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Past Perfect! is CEU Medieval Radio’s show on medieval and early modern history and culture in association with Civil Radio FM98, where Christopher Mielke casually discusses with his guests anything medieval from Alcuin to zooarcheology.

Listen to Past Perfect! online at www.medievalradio.org or on any major web radio portal (Reciva, V-Tuner, RadioTuna, etc.), and in terrestrial broadcast on Civil Radio FM98 in Budapest at the following times:

Past Perfect! on CEU Medieval Radio
Tuesday, 7:00 PM       Berlin, Budapest, Oslo, Warsaw
Tuesday, 1:00 PM       New York, San Jose, Santiago, Toronto
Wednesday 7:00 PM   New York, San Jose, Santiago, Toronto
Thursday 1:00 AM       Berlin, Budapest, Oslo, Warsaw

Past Perfect! on Civil Radio FM98
Sunday, 8:00 PM    Budapest and vicinity

CEU Medieval Radio Podcast

Please click on 'Podcast Archive' above to see all episodes available for download! CEU Medieval Podcast is a collection of past episodes of the radio's weekly talk show 'Past Perfect!' and recorded public lectures presented at Central European University's Medieval Studies Department. Music was removed from the podcast version of the shows due to copyright regulations.

Download Natalie Zemon Davis - Decentering History 28-04-2014 (54.23 MB)

Duration: 47:23 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 160 KBPS - Frequency: 24000 HZ

Natalie Zemon Davis - Decentering History

  • Natalie Zemon Davis - Decentering History
  • In this lecture, held at CEU Medieval Studies Department in 2010, Prof. Zemon Davis describes the expansion of historical writing to include the study of working people and other non-elite populations and women and to move beyond a focus on Europe or the West. Natalie Zemon Davis is a professor of History at the University of Toronto, and a recipient of the National Humanities medal; her vast repertoire of work originally centered around late medieval France, but has been widened in scope to include the Mediterranean, the Arab world, and even the Caribbean.


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    Keywords: Natalie Zemon Davis, Decentering History, CEU, lecture, history, historiography, microhistory, historical writing, Europe