Five O’clock Tea Seminars

Five O’clock Tea Seminars

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Past Events

AY 2009/2010

June 10, 2010
Cities and Intersections in Religio-Historical Perspective: Bagdad: Chapters from the History of the Jews of BagdadPresentation by Judith Karpati, Jewish Theological Seminary at the University of Jewish Studies, Budapest. 

April 1, 2010
Machiavell's The Prince and Discourses. A discussion group held in cooperation with the Center for Hellenic Traditions.

1 April, 2010
Cities and Intersections in Religio-Historical Perspective: Jerusalem.  Presentation by Carsten Wilke, Professor,  CEU History Department.

January 28, 2010
Cities and Intersections in Religio-Historical Perspective: Alexandria II. Presentation by Adam Mestyan, Phd candidate, CEU History Department.

December 3, 2009
Cities and Intersections in Religio-Historical Perspective: Alexandria. Presentation by Vedran Bileta, MA Program, CEU Medieval Studies Program.

November 26, 2009
Catherine M. Chin's book Grammar and Christianity in the Late Roman World. A discussion group held in cooperation with the Center for Hellenic Traditions.

November 5, 2009
Cities and Intersections in Religio-Historical Perspective: Carthage
. Presentation by Matthias Riedl, Professor, CEU History Department.

October 29, 2009
Christopher MacEvitt's book The Crusades and the Christian World of the East: Rough Tolerance. A discussion group held in cooperation with the Center for Hellenic Traditions

AY 2008/2009

March 19, 2009
Reforming the Orthodox or the Search for the Middle Way : The Case of the 1567-1568 "Tâlcul Evangheliilor" (The Interpretation of the Gospel), a presentation by Christian Daniel, Phd candidate, Medieval Studies Department.

March 5, 2009
How do You Bury a Deposed King? A Case Study on the Two Burials of King Richard II and the Transmission of Power, a presentation by Kosana Jovanovic, Medieval Studies.

February 5, 2009
Judit Herrin’s New Book, Introduction to Byzantine History, a discussion group held in cooperation with the Center for Hellenic Traditions.

November 27, 2008
Tears and Singularities: The Problem of Evil in Early Modern Romanian Literature, a presentation Alin Vara, Ma Program, History Department.

November 13, 2008
Daily Life in the Ottoman-Habsburg Frontier: What Do Sources Tell Us?, a presentation by Muhammed Calisir, MA program, History Department.

AY 2007/2008

December 14, 2007
The Orthodox-Lutheran Dialogue in the 16th Century: Text and Context.  Presentation by Ilona Denes, Ph.D. Student, Dept. of History, CEU.

November 30, 2007
Digging Up the Bible: What is Biblical Archaeology? Presentation by Aaron Gale, Visiting Professor, University of Szeged.

November 16, 2007
The Image of a Seated Ruler as a Presentation of a Deity. Presentation by Tanja Tolar, M.A. Student, Dept. of Medieval Studies.