The most important development in 2014-15:
- Empire and Nation: Undergraduate Conference, August 6-9 2015.
- Perspectives on Medieval Social Dynamics and Contacts (Real and Imagined) in China and the West, November 12, 2014 - http://medievalstudies.ceu.edu/events/2014-11-10/perspectives-medieval-s...
Other important developments in 2014-15:
- EU Horizon 2020 – European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant: Tijana Krstic: OTTOCONFESSION: The Fashioning of a Sunni Orthodoxy and the Entangled Histories of Confession-Building in the Ottoman Empire, 15th-17th Centuries http://www.ceu.edu/project/ottoconfession-fashioning-sunni-orthodoxy-and...
- EU Horizon 2020 - ERC Consolidator Grant : István Perczel: JEWSEAST: Jews and Christians in the East: Strategies of Interaction between the Mediterranean and the Indian
- MECERN, Medieval Central Europe Research Network: http://mecern.eu/
Engagement with external entities in 2014-15:
- Communication and knowledge transfer in medieval monastic networks
- Duration: March, 2015 to December, 2016
- Main researcher(s) at CEU: Gábor Klaniczay, József Laszlovszky
- Funding: DAAD, Hungarian Scholarship Board Office
- Research Area: History and Medieval Studies
Major events in 2014-15:
- Natalie Zemon Davis Annual Lecture Series, Averil Cameron, October 2014
- Natalie Zemon Davis Annual Lecture Series, December 2015: Leslie P. Peirce (Silver Professor of History. New York University)
- Piroska and the Pantokrator: Dynastic Memory, Healing and Salvation in Komnenian Constantinople, 3 June 2015