CEU Medieval Podcast is a collection of past episodes of the radio's talk shows 'Past Perfect!', Echoes of Early, New Faces - New Ideas 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.
In this interview Mária Vargha shares her new perspective on the Christianization of Central Europe, based on the insights offered by the geospatial analysis of the archeological data and approaches in digital humanities.
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In this interview, Michal Machalski talks to Bernhard Palme about the papyri documents from Byzantine Egypt
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Caren Kulver interviews Maarten Prak, Professor of Social and Economic History at Utrecht University. They discuss his book Citizens without Nations, in which Maarten discusses how urban citizenship functioned in medieval and early modern Europe.
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PhD Student David Rockwell interviews Jonathan Cohen, cellist and conductor; founder of the British early music ensemble Arcangelo. Jonathan is a specialist in early modern music and period instruments, and talks about his challenges and problems.
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Antonin Kalous of Palacký University, Olomouc, is interviewed by Karen Culver as part of a new series produced by CEU Medieval Radio's partner MECERN.
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Karen Culver interviews Daniel Knox, advanced PhD student at the CEU Medieval Studies Department, who talks about his research concerning Late Antique conflict and coalition formation during the Laurentian Schism at the end of the 5th century.
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Past Perfect! is CEU Medieval Radio’s show on medieval and early modern history and culture, where staff of CEU Medieval Radio casually discuss with guests various issues from the crusades to archeozoology to medieval urine sampling. The discussions are made with the aim to popularize medieval and early modern studies with the help of experts such as early musicians, historians, philologists, archeologists, etc.