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Department of Medieval Studies at Central European University (Budapest)

Saint_Matthew2CEU provides a variety of merit-based SCHOLARSHIPS AND VARIOUS OTHER TYPES OF FINANCIAL SUPPORT available to students from any country (tuition waiver, stipend, housing awards, health insurance coverage).
Please visit: http://www.ceu.edu/financialaid [1].

FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS who are interested in our programs, CEU organizes an INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE IN AUGUST 2017 at which undergraduate students are more than welcome to participate. For more information please visit http://medievalstudies.ceu.edu/events [2]. For the video about the previous undergraduate conference “Faith and Power”
held on August 4-7, 2016, please see:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xjo6eDmfZEo [3].

CEU attend a number of graduate fairs throughout the year to meet prospective students around the globe, the fairs are listed here:
https://www.ceu.edu/admissions/find-out-more/meet-with-us [4].

You and your students can find further details about our programs at http://medievalstudies.ceu.edu/ [5] and we would be glad to give you more information. It is also possible to like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ceu.med.stud/?fref=ts [6] and to LEARN ABOUT EVENTS, NEWS AND OTHER OPPORTUNITIES inside and outside CEU Medieval Studies.

An OPEN HOUSE event is held in Budapest on NOVEMBER 18, 2016 where candidates can talk to students, staff and faculty members. Prospective students may visit classes and enjoy the international atmosphere of our university during the Open Week (date to be announced).

Call for Participants: Summer Intensive Course ‘Luminosus Limes’ (Budapest 2014)

Call for Participants:
Summer Intensive Course  – Luminosus Limes:
Geographical, Ethnic, Social and Cultural Frontiers in Late Antiquity
Central European University, Budapest, 7-12  July, 2014
Deadline: 14 February, 2014

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What is a frontier? Does it serve to separate or to link countries, peoples, classes, ideas?   Frontiers have become increasingly significant in the study of Late Antiquity, the fastest growing historical discipline, as scholars recognized the fundamental importance of shifting barriers in the process of transformation that led from the classical to the post-classical world. People living in the Roman world between the second and the sixth century tore down many walls demarcating cultures, religions, ethnicities. Frontiers once firmly separating empires, ethnic groups, religions, friends and even the sexes have been intensely crossed in late antiquity – a phenomenon comparable only to the recent transition from modernity to post-modernity — a comparison that we intend to exploit in our methodology.

The “Bright Frontier” summer course explores the dynamic transformation of classical frontiers between the second and the sixth century from a multidisciplinary perspective: archaeology, medieval studies, social and cultural history, art, theology, and literature. Offering a groundbreaking approach to the field of border studies including social, gender, ethnic and religious categories with the participation of outstanding scholars in the field, this course will provide students with a solid knowledge of up-to-date international scholarship on frontiers: a strong theoretical background as well as hands-on acquaintance with physical borders and material artefacts excavated along the Danube River (the ripa Pannonica) as well as in the late antique cemetery of Pécs in Hungary.

For more information, see: http://www.summer.ceu.hu/limes-2014