Dr. Elod Nemerkenyi

Curriculum Vitae

 

Department of Medieval Studies

Central European University

9 Nador

Budapest

1051

Hungary

Phone: 36-20-420-4877

E-mail: elod.nemerkenyi@nkfih.gov.hu

Internet: http://www.personal.ceu.hu/students/03/Elod_Nemerkenyi/

 

Born: 1973, Budapest, Hungary

Citizenship: Hungarian

 

Education

 

1992–1997

 

University of Budapest

Department of History

Thesis: Draco rufus magnus: Az Apokalipszis 12,3–4 kozepkori kommentarjai

(Draco rufus magnus: medieval commentaries on the Apocalypse 12,3–4)

 

1996–2002

 

University of Budapest

Department of Latin

Thesis: Szent Gellert Deliberatiojanak latinsaga

(The Latinity of the Deliberatio of Saint Gerard)

 

1997–1998

 

Central European University

Department of Medieval Studies

Master’s thesis: Cathedral Libraries in Medieval Hungary

MA degree granted cum laude

 

1998–2004

 

Central European University

Department of Medieval Studies

Doctoral dissertation: Latin Classics in Medieval Hungary: Eleventh Century

PhD degree granted magna cum laude

Nostrification: University of Budapest

 

2015

 

National University of Public Service

Institute of Executive Training and Continuing Education

Exam in Public Administration at the Basic Level

 

2017

 

National University of Public Service

Institute of Executive Training and Continuing Education

Exam in Public Administration at the Advanced Level – Foreign and Security Policy

 

Languages

 

Classical

 

Greek

working knowledge

Latin

Statement of Proficiency in Medieval Latin at the PhD Level by the University of Toronto, Centre for Medieval Studies 1998

 

Modern

 

Hungarian

native

English

TOEFL 600 1997

Hungarian State Exam in English at the Advanced Level 2001

German

working knowledge

French

working knowledge

Italian

working knowledge

 

Professional Experience

 

1996/1997

 

History teacher in high school

 

1998/1999

 

Latin instructor at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

Library curator at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

2000/2001

 

Latin instructor at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

Conference coordinator at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

2001/2002

 

Latin instructor at the University of Budapest, Department of History

 

Latin teacher in high school

 

2003/2004

 

Teaching assistant at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

Guest lecturer at Babes-Bolyai University, Department of History

 

Conference coordinator at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

2004/2005

 

Lecturer at the University of Budapest, Department of History

 

Lecturer at the University of Budapest, Eotvos Collegium

 

2005/2006

 

Lecturer of Classical Latin and Medieval Latin at the University of Budapest, Eotvos Collegium

 

Assistant at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, Collegium of Social Sciences

 

2006/2007

 

Lecturer of Classical Latin and Medieval Latin at the University of Budapest, Eotvos Collegium

 

Assistant at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, Collegium of Social Sciences

 

2007/2008

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Lecturer of Latin at the University of Budapest, Department of Latin

 

Steering committee member at the American Philological Association, Medieval Latin Studies Group

 

Management committee member at the European Science Foundation, European Collaborative Research Programme, Strasbourg, France

 

Funding agency expert at the European Research Council, Brussels, Belgium

 

2008/2009

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Lecturer of Latin at the University of Budapest, Department of Latin

 

Steering committee member at the American Philological Association, Medieval Latin Studies Group

 

Moderator at International Peer Review in Central Europe, National Foundation for Science, Higher Education, and Technological Development of the Republic of Croatia, Opatija, Croatia

 

2009/2010

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Lecturer of Latin at the University of Budapest, Department of Latin

 

Guest lecturer at Masaryk University, Institute of Classical Studies

 

Management committee member at the European Science Foundation, European Collaborative Research Programme, Brussels, Belgium

 

Working group member at the European Science Foundation, Member Organisation Forum on Peer Review, Brussels, Belgium

 

Founding editorial board member at Oxford Bibliographies Online, Medieval Studies

 

2010/2011

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Lecturer of Latin at the University of Budapest, Department of Latin

 

Management committee member at the European Science Foundation, European Collaborative Research Programme, Brussels, Belgium

 

Participant in Coordination Workshop on Open Access to Scientific Information, European Commission, Information Society and Media, Brussels, Belgium

 

Management committee member at the European Science Foundation, European Collaborative Research Programme, Brussels, Belgium

 

Studio guest at Duna Television, Special Studio: Mary’s Country, Stephen’s State

 

2011/2012

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Participant in Connecting and Coordinating European Research and Technology Development with Japan, Zenit Zentrum fur Innovation und Technik in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany

 

Reviewer at the Ministry of National Resources, National Institute of Family and Social Policy

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining, London, UK

 

2012/2013

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Reviewer at the Ministry of National Resources, National Institute of Family and Social Policy

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development, and Innovation Funding, Bucharest, Romania

 

Guest expert at Hir Television, Fortune News

 

Participant in Proposals to Advance the Research Support Management System in Asia, Africa, and Beyond: Capacity Building Workshop, National Research Foundation of Korea, Seoul, Korea

 

Studio guest at Central European University Medieval Radio, Past Perfect

 

Reviewer at the European Science Foundation, Humanities in the European Research Area

 

Studio guest at Promontor Television

 

Reviewer at the Ministry of National Resources, National Institute of Family and Social Policy

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Osterreichische Forschungsforderungsgesellschaft, Vienna, Austria

 

Studio guest at Kossuth Radio

 

Working group member at Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity, Science Europe, Brussels, Belgium

 

Studio guest at Hungarian Television

 

Participant in Open Access Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference, British Library, London, UK

 

Studio guest at Kossuth Radio

 

Studio guest at Kossuth Radio

 

Studio guest at Kossuth Radio

 

2013/2014

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Studio guest at Kossuth Radio

 

Working group member at Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity, Science Europe, Brussels, Belgium

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Service Public de Wallonie, Direction Generale Operationelle de l’Economie, de l’Emploi et de la Recherche – Societe Litteraire de Liege, Liege, Belgium

 

Working group member at Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Madrid, Spain

 

Latin tutor at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Verein Deutscher Ingineure – Verband der Elektrotechnik, Berlin, Germany

 

Participant in Connecting and Coordinating European Research and Technology Development with Japan, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France

 

2014/2015

 

Assistant of international affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

Assistant of international affairs at the National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Department of Research and Development

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Research Council of Lithuania, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

Participant in Connecting and Coordinating European Research and Technology Development with Japan, Forschungszentrum Julich, Julich, Germany

 

Participant in European Science Foundation, Assembly, Strasbourg, France

 

Working group member at the Japan Science and Technology Agency – International Visegrad Fund, National Centre for Research and Development, Warsaw, Poland

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Fundacao para a Ciencia e a Tecnologia, Porto, Portugal

 

Working group member at Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity, Health Research Board, Dublin, Ireland

 

Working group member at the Japan Science and Technology Agency – International Visegrad Fund, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Verein Deutscher Ingineure – Verband der Elektrotechnik, Berlin, Germany

 

2015/2016

 

Assistant of international affairs at the National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Department of Research and Development

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, National Centre for Research and Development – Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

 

Participant in European Collaborative Research Programme Evaluation, European Science Foundation – Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

Working group member at Science Europe Working Group on Research Integrity, Science Europe, Brussels, Belgium

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Verein Deutscher Ingineure – Verband der Elektrotechnik – Institut fur Innovation und Technik, Berlin, Germany

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Osterreichische Forschungsforderungsgesellschaft, Vienna, Austria

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Verein Deutscher Ingineure – Verband der Elektrotechnik, Berlin, Germany

 

Working group member at the National Research Foundation of Korea – International Visegrad Fund, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, Department of Research and Development, Prague, Czech Republic

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

2016/2017

 

Assistant of international affairs at the National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Department of Research and Development

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Research Council of Norway, Oslo, Norway

 

Reviewer at the Hungarian Scientific Student Conference, Section of Humanities

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Verein Deutscher Ingineure – Verband der Elektrotechnik, Berlin, Germany

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Osterreichische Forschungsforderungsgesellschaft, Vienna, Austria

 

Working group member at the National Research Foundation of Korea – International Visegrad Fund, National Centre for Research and Development, Warsaw, Poland

 

2017/2018

 

Assistant of international affairs at the National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Department of Research and Development

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Bulgarian National Science Fund, Sofia, Bulgaria

 

Reviewer at Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies

 

Participant in Lead Agency Procedure in Central Europe: Multilateral Approach, Austrian Science Fund, Vienna, Austria

 

Participant in European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science, Stakeholder Advisory Board, Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Verein Deutscher Ingineure – Verband der Elektrotechnik, Berlin, Germany

 

2018/2019

 

Assistant of international affairs at the National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Department of Research and Development

 

Participant in European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science, Stakeholder Advisory Board, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development, and Innovation Funding, Bucharest, Romania

 

Participant in European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science, Stakeholder Advisory Board, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, Brussels, Belgium

 

Participant in European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science, Stakeholder Advisory Board, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Madrid, Spain

 

Working group member at the European Research Area Network, Verein Deutscher Ingineure – Verband der Elektrotechnik, Berlin, Germany

 

Grants

 

1998

 

Central European University Research Grant to Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK

 

1999

 

Rutgers University Research Grant for the 1999/2000 academic year at Rutgers University, Department of Classics, New Brunswick, NJ, USA

 

2000

 

Folger Shakespeare Memorial Library Travel Grant to Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, USA

 

2001

 

Hungarian Ministry of National Cultural Heritage Grant and Central European University Doctoral Students Travel Fund to Institut Hongrois de Paris, Paris, France

 

International Medieval Congress Bursary and Central European University Doctoral Students Travel Fund to International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, International Medieval Institute, Leeds, UK

 

2002

 

International Congress on Medieval Studies Travel Award and Central European University Doctoral Students Travel Fund to 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Medieval Institute, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

 

Doctoral Dissertation Residential Fellowship for the 2002/2003 academic year at the University of Notre Dame, Erasmus Institute, Notre Dame, IN, USA

 

Central European University Doctoral Students Travel Fund to the University of Notre Dame, Erasmus Institute, Notre Dame, IN, USA

 

University of Notre Dame Graduate Student Union Robert E. Gordon Conference Presentation Grant to 29th Annual Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies, Saint Louis University, Vatican Film Library, St. Louis, MO, USA

 

2003

 

University of Notre Dame Erasmus Institute Graduate Student Summer Seminar on History, College of the Holy Cross, Center for Religion, Ethics, and Culture, Worcester, MA, USA

 

2004

 

Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship for the 2004/2005 academic year at the University of Budapest, Eotvos Collegium, Budapest, Hungary

 

2005

 

Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship for the 2005/2006 academic year at the University of Budapest, Eotvos Collegium, Budapest, Hungary

 

2006

 

Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship for the 2006/2007 academic year at the University of Budapest, Eotvos Collegium, Budapest, Hungary

 

2007

 

Hungarian Academy of Sciences Bolyai Research Fellowship for the 2007/2008 academic year

 

2008

 

Hungarian Academy of Sciences Bolyai Research Fellowship for the 2008/2009 academic year

 

2009

 

Hungarian Academy of Sciences Bolyai Research Fellowship for the 2009/2010 academic year

 

Awards

 

1995

 

3rd prize at the 22nd National Student Conference, Section of Social Sciences, Esztergom, Hungary

Session: Church History

A bor neve: Adalek Rupert von Deutz exegetikai modszerehez

(The name of the wine: on the exegetic method of Rupert of Deutz)

 

1999

 

2nd prize at the 2nd Translation Competition of the Palimpszeszt (Palimpsest) Cultural Fund, Budapest, Hungary

Section: Latin

Petrus Damiani: Level Cluny bences szerzeteseinek (1063)

(Petrus Damiani: a letter to the Benedictine monks of Cluny, 1063)

 

2007

 

Researcher of the month – January, 2007: Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, Budapest, Hungary

A latin irasbeliseg kialakulasa a kozepkori Magyarorszagon

(The formation of Latin literacy in medieval Hungary)

 

2011

 

Hungarian Academy of Sciences Bolyai certificate

 

Papers

 

1995

 

22nd National Student Conference, Section of Social Sciences, Esztergom, Hungary

Session: Church History

A bor neve: Adalek Rupert von Deutz exegetikai modszerehez

(The name of the wine: on the exegetic method of Rupert of Deutz)

 

1999

 

Genus Regale et Sacerdotale: The Image of the Bishop around the Millennium, University of Chicago, Medieval Studies Workshop, Chicago, IL, USA

Session: Episcopal Rulers

The Representation of the Bishops in the Institutio of King Stephen of Hungary

 

2000

 

Education in the Middle Ages: 20th Annual Fordham Medieval Studies Conference, Fordham University, Center for Medieval Studies, New York, NY, USA

Session: Classical Influences

The Seven Liberal Arts in the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanad

 

Authorship & the Materiality of the Text: Graduate Student Conference, Rutgers University, Rutgers Council on Languages and Literatures for Graduate Students of Rutgers and Princeton Universities, New Brunswick, NJ, USA

Session: Memory Traces: Transcription, Reproduction, and Literacy

Latin Grammar in the Cathedral School: Fulbert of Chartres, Bonipert of Pecs, and the Way of a Lost Priscian Manuscript

 

Medieval Matters: 18th Annual Medieval Graduate Student Conference, University of Connecticut, Department of Medieval Studies, Storrs, CT, USA

Session: Church and State

The Medieval Rome Idea in the Institutio of King Stephen of Hungary

 

Millennium: Much Ado about Nothing? 32nd Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, University of Utah, Snowbird/Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Session: The Christian Middle Ages

Latin Grammar in the Cathedral School: Fulbert of Chartres, Bonipert of Pecs, and the Way of a Lost Priscian Manuscript

 

Graduate Student Conference of the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, USA

Session: Reading and Reception

Latin Grammar in the Cathedral School: Fulbert of Chartres, Bonipert of Pecs, and the Way of a Lost Priscian Manuscript

 

2001

 

Oral History of the Middle Ages: The Spoken Word in Context – International Workshop, Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Session: Speakers and Audience in the Text

Fictive Audience: The Second Person Singular in the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanad

 

Pouvoir et sacre autour de l’an mil: Colloque international, Universite de Paris/Sorbonne – Institut Hongrois de Paris, Paris, France

Fulbert of Chartres, Bonipert of Pecs, and the Beginnings of Latin Literacy in Medieval Hungary

 

Conference on Ancient Christianity, Hungarian Patristic Society – Piarist High School, Kecskemet, Hungary

Session: The Influence of Ancient Christian Thinkers

Szent Gellert patrisztikus forrasai

(The patristic sources of Saint Gerard)

 

International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, International Medieval Institute, Leeds, UK

Session: Authorities and Authorship in the Production of Latin Letters and Texts

Latin Classics in Pannonhalma in the Eleventh Century

 

Everyday Life and Art in the Time of Saint Gerard, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Archeology, Budapest, Hungary

The Seven Liberal Arts in the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanad

 

2002

 

Religion and Rulership: Interdisciplinary Workshop, Majestas: International Association for the Study of Rulership – Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Session: Christian Ideas about Kingship

Biblical Latin and the Admonitions of King Stephen of Hungary

(Internet: http://www.consulex.hu/ms/events/rulership11.html)

 

37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Medieval Institute, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

Session: Medieval Libraries: People, Materials, and Practices

Latin Classics in Medieval Libraries: Hungary in the Eleventh Century

 

5th Hungarian Conference on Classical Studies, Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Department of Classics, Piliscsaba, Hungary

Latin klasszikusok kozepkori konyvtarakban: Magyarorszag a 11. szazadban

(Latin classics in medieval libraries: Hungary in the eleventh century)

 

29th Annual Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies, Saint Louis University, Vatican Film Library, St. Louis, MO, USA

Cathedral Libraries in Medieval Hungary

 

Textual Effects: Graduate Student Medieval Studies Conference, Yale University, Program of Medieval Studies, New Haven, CT, USA

Session: Evidence: Texts and the Reconstruction of the Past

Medieval Glosses in MS Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm. 6211

 

2003

 

The Legacy of Antiquity in the Middle Ages: 30th Annual Sewanee Mediaeval Colloquium, University of the South, Sewanee, TN, USA

Session: Arms, Letters and the Law

Ancient Rhetoric and the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanad

 

2004

 

Classica – Mediaevalia – Neolatina, University of Debrecen, Department of Classics, Debrecen, Hungary

Session: Mediaevalia

Szent Istvan Intelmeinek uj kritikai kiadasarol

(On the new critical edition of the Admonitions of Saint Stephen)

 

2005

 

University of Szeged, Department of History, Szeged, Hungary

A latin irasbeliseg korai forrasai a kozepkori Magyarorszagon

(The early sources of Latin literacy in medieval Hungary)

 

Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Department of History, Piliscsaba, Hungary

Kozepkori latin tortenetiras

(Medieval Latin historiography)

 

I latini medievali: Unita e varieta, continuita e innovazione di una lingua – VIII Convegno Internazionale della Societa Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino, Certosa del Galluzzo, Florence, Italy

Cicero in Medieval Hungary

 

Medieval Italy II: Travel and Movement in Medieval Italy c. 500–1500, University of Limerick, Department of History, Limerick, Ireland

Session: Exile and Emigration

Italian Influence on the Formation of Latin Literacy in Medieval Hungary

(Internet: http://www.boduweb.com/conference_ul/elod_nemerkenyi.htm)

 

Early Hungarian History Society – Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

Session: The Hungarian State and its Antecedents: European Connection – Tradition of the Steppe

Az Otto-kori reneszansz

(The Ottonian renaissance)

 

2006

 

137th Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association, Montreal, Canada

Session: Medieval Latin Studies Group – Center and Periphery in Medieval Latin Studies

The Formation of Latin Literacy in Medieval Hungary

 

Religion and State Formation: Comparative Perspectives from Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Session: Eastern Europe and Hungary

Greeks and Latins in Medieval Hungary

 

7th Hungarian Conference on Classical Studies, University of Debrecen, Department of Classics, Debrecen, Hungary

Session: Classical Philology/Reception

Lucanus es a klasszikus hagyomany a kozepkorban

(Lucan and the classical tradition in the Middle Ages)

 

The Classics in the Classroom: Manuscript, Incunable, Cinquecentine Relicts and Pedagogical Practice in the European Classroom (1000–1600), University of Sydney, Centre for Medieval Studies, Sydney, Australia

Latin Grammar in Medieval Hungary

 

Varietas gentium – Communis Latinitas: 13th International Congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

Session: Neo-Latin Literature in Hungary

Review of Scholarship on the Admonitions of King Saint Stephen of Hungary

 

Fulbert et l’Europe medievale: Un precurseur – Colloque scientifique international, Association pour le Millenaire de Fulbert – Chartres 1006–2006, Maison Saint-Yves, Chartres, France

Session: Fulbert, l’homme et son rayonnement

Fulbert and the Implantation of Schools in Hungary

 

Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Postdoctoral Conference, Pannon University, Keszthely, Hungary

A latin irasbeliseg kialakulasa a kozepkori Magyarorszagon

(The formation of Latin literacy in medieval Hungary)

 

Hungarian Neo-Latin Society Conference, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary

Szent Istvan Intelmeinek kutatastortenete

(Review of scholarship on the Admonitions of Saint Stephen)

 

2007

 

21st Irish Conference of Medievalists, University of Limerick, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland

Hiberno-Latin in Medieval Hungary

 

Medieval Memories: Case Studies, Definitions, Contexts – European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop, Charles University, Center for Theoretical Study – Institute for Advanced Studies – Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic

The Latin Vocabulary of Memory in Medieval Hungary

 

2008

 

1st Workshop of the European Science Foundation Member Organisation Forum on Peer Review, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Hague, Netherlands

Session: International Review Panels and Referee Colleges

The Development of International Peer Review in Central Europe

 

Hungarian Neo-Latin Society Assembly, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Literary Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Szent Istvan Intelmeinek latin-francia kiadasarol

(On the Latin-French edition of the Admonitions of Saint Stephen)

 

11th Meeting of the Standing Committee for the Humanities Core Group and the Member Organisation Representatives, European Science Foundation, Strasbourg, France

International Peer Review in Hungary

 

Central and Eastern European Scholarship in the Humanities – Harnessing the Assets: European Science Foundation Standing Committee for the Humanities Stakeholder Workshop, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

Session: Identifying Excellence: Internationalisation of Peer Review, Evaluation, and Higher Education

International Peer Review in Central Europe

 

Strengthening Peer Review System to Facilitate International Collaboration: Capacity Building Workshop on Peer Review, Korea Research Foundation, Seoul, Korea

Session: International Peer Review and the Collaboration

International Peer Review in Central Europe

 

2009

 

Member Organisation Forum on Peer Review Working Group Meeting, European Science Foundation, Brussels, Belgium

International Peer Review in Central Europe

 

Institutional Plans to Strengthen Research Capacity and to Demonstrate the Public Value of Research Outcomes: Capacity Building Workshop, National Research Foundation of Korea, Seoul, Korea

Session: Other Subjects Related to Research & Research Support

International Peer Review: Korea and Hungary

 

The Literary Public in Antiquity, University of Budapest, Department of Latin, Budapest, Hungary

Priscianus es a klasszikus hagyomany a kozepkorban

(Priscian and the classical tradition in the Middle Ages)

 

2010

 

Best Practices in Starting Grants, European Research Council, Brussels, Belgium

Starting Grants at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

2011

 

Theologische Fakultat Fulda, Hrabanus-Maurus-Akademie, Fulda, Germany

Die alte Diozese Csanad: Ein Einblick in das opus magnum von Bischof Martin Roos

 

Rubicon Master Course: Constitutional History – Holy Crown and the Holy Crown Doctrine, University of Budapest, Faculty of Law, Budapest, Hungary

A kereszteny uralkodo: Kozepkori kiralytukrok es Szent Istvan Intelmei

(The Christian ruler: medieval mirrors of princes and the Admonitions of Saint Stephen)

 

Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Presentation of Violence and the Medieval Clergy, ed. Gerhard Jaritz and Ana Marinkovic

 

21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language, Budapest, Hungary

Session: Culture and Literature

Latin Language in Medieval Schools

 

Institutional Plans to Strengthen Global Network among Funding Agencies and to Establish the Future-Oriented Cooperative Relationship: Capacity Building Workshop, National Research Foundation of Korea, Daejeon, Korea

Session: Institutional Plans to Strengthen Global Network among Funding Agencies

International Affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

2012

 

International Workshop on the Historiography of Philosophy: Representations and Cultural Constructions, West University of Timisoara, Faculty of Political Sciences, Philosophy, and Communication Sciences, Timisoara, Romania

Session: Keynote Lecture

The Deliberatio of Bishop Saint Gerard of Csanad

 

2013

 

Open Problems and Future Directions in Heavy-Element Nucleosynthesis, European Science Foundation – Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Nuclear Research, Debrecen, Hungary

International Affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

 

2014

 

Sapiens ubique civis: 2nd Doctoral Student Conference in Classical Studies, University of Szeged, Department of Classics and Neo-Latin Studies, Szeged, Hungary

Session: Plenary Lecture

The Classical Tradition in Medieval Hungary

 

Saint Gerard of Cenad: Tradition and Innovation, West University of Timisoara, Faculty of Political Sciences, Philosophy, and Communication Sciences – Roman Catholic Bishopric of Timisoara, Timisoara, Romania

Session: Keynote Presentations

The Classical Tradition and the Deliberatio of Bishop Saint Gerard of Csanad

 

2016

 

Visegrad 4 for Researchers’ Mobility: Supporting Young Researchers on the Way to Excellence, Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

Session: National Schemes Supporting Mobility

Mobility in Basic Research at the National Research, Development and Innovation Office of Hungary

 

Communication and Knowledge Transfer in Medieval Monastic Networks: The Transfer of the Exemplary, Technische Universitat Dresden, Forschungsstelle fur Vergleichende Ordensgeschichte – Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Cult of Saints and Monastic Libraries in Medieval Hungary

 

Publications

 

“Az Apokalipszis lovasa: Gerbert d’Aurillac” (The rider of the Apocalypse: Gerbert of Aurillac). Sic Itur ad Astra 8.3–4 (1994): 115–30.

 

“A bor neve: Adalek Rupert von Deutz exegetikai modszerehez” (The name of the wine: on the exegetic method of Rupert of Deutz). In XXII. Orszagos Tudomanyos Diakkori Konferencia Tarsadalomtudomanyi Szekcioja: Tartalmi kivonatok (Section of Social Sciences of the 22nd National Student Conference: abstracts), 225. Esztergom: Vitez Janos Romai Katolikus Tanitokepzo Foiskola; Budapest: Muszaki Egyetem, 1995.

 

Review of A konyvkultura Magyarorszagon a kezdetektol 1730-ig (The book culture in Hungary from the beginnings to 1730), by Edit Madas and Istvan Monok. Budapesti Konyvszemle (Budapest review of books) 10.4 (1998): 456–9.

 

“The Parts and the Whole: The Classical Parallels of the Institutio of King Saint Stephen of Hungary.” Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 34–35 (1998–1999): 81–90.

 

“Cathedral Libraries in Medieval Hungary: MA Thesis Abstract.” In Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU 1997–1998, ed. Katalin Szende, 91–2. Budapest: Central European University, 1999.

 

Review of Mittelalterliche lateinische Handschriftenfragmente in Gyor, ed. Andras Vizkelety. Budapesti Konyvszemle (Budapest review of books) 11.2 (1999): 207–11. In English: Budapest Review of Books 9.2–3 (1999): 159–63.

 

“Latin klasszikusok Pannonhalman a 11. szazadban” (Latin classics in Pannonhalma in the eleventh century). Okortudomanyi Ertesito (Bulletin of ancient studies) 4 (1999): 25–31. Internet: http://www.lib.klte.hu/klte/dep/oke/oke4-25.htm

 

“The Representation of the Bishops in the Institutio of King Stephen of Hungary: Abstract.” In Genus Regale et Sacerdotale: The Image of the Bishop around the Millennium, ed. Sean Gilsdorf, 18. Chicago: University of Chicago Medieval Studies Workshop, 1999.

 

Review of Liturgikus latin nyelvkonyv (Liturgical Latin grammar), by Edit Madas. Quaestiones Medii Aevi Novae 4 (1999): 250–1.

 

“Medieval Hungarian Glosses in MS. Lyell 70.” Bodleian Library Record 16.6 (1999): 503–8.

 

“Latin Classics in Medieval Hungary: Problems and Perspectives.” In Tradita et Inventa: Beitrage zur Rezeption der Antike, ed. Manuel Baumbach, 37–58. Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag C. Winter, 2000.

 

Review of Deliberatio Gerardi Moresanae aecclesiae episcopi supra hymnum trium puerorum, ed. and trans. Bela Karacsonyi and Laszlo Szegfu. Budapesti Konyvszemle (Budapest review of books) 12.4 (2000): 402–5. Internet: http://buksz.c3.hu/web/004/nemerk.html

 

“The Medieval Rome Idea in the Institutio of King Stephen of Hungary.” Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 36 (2000): 187–201.

 

“Latin Grammar in the Cathedral School: Fulbert of Chartres, Bonipert of Pecs, and the Way of a Lost Priscian Manuscript.” Quidditas 22 (2001): 39–53.

 

Hungarian translation of “Petrus Damiani: Level Cluny bences szerzeteseinek (1063)” (Petrus Damiani: a letter to the Benedictine monks of Cluny, 1063). Pannonhalmi Szemle (Pannonhalma review) 9.1 (2001): 3–11.

 

Historical edition of the map Az okori Kelet: Kr.e. III–I. evezred – Az okori Kelet nagy birodalmai (The ancient East: third to first millennium BC – The great empires of the ancient East), ed. Imre Farago. Budapest: Stiefel Eurocart, 2001.

 

Establishment and Hungarian translation of Latin quotations: Brandstetter, Maximilian. Utazas Konstantinapolyba 1608–1609 (Travel to Constantinople 1608–1609). Translated by Bela L. Toth, 22, 24, 27, 46, 77, 82, 86–8, 98, 123–5, 127–9. Budapest: Littera Nova Kiado, 2001.

 

Hungarian translation of Latin quotations: Asboth, Janos. Bosznia es a Hercegovina: Utirajzok es tanulmanyok (Bosnia and Herzegovina: travelogues and studies), 195–6, 207, 223, 227. Budapest: Tertia Kiado, 2001.

 

“International Medieval Congress.” Medieval News 3.1 (2001): 2.

 

“Fictive Audience: The Second Person Singular in the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanad.” In Oral History of the Middle Ages: The Spoken Word in Context, ed. Gerhard Jaritz and Michael Richter, 39–48. Krems: Medium Aevum Quotidianum; Budapest: Central European University, 2001.

 

“The Seven Liberal Arts in the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanad.” Studi Veneziani 42 (2001): 215–23.

 

“The Representation of the Bishops in the Institutio of King Stephen of Hungary.” Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 37 (2001): 79–86.

 

Hungarian translation of A History of Medieval Political Thought 300–1450, by Joseph Canning. A kozepkori politikai gondolkodas tortenete 300–1450. Budapest: Osiris Kiado, 2002.

 

“Szent Gellert patrisztikus forrasai” (The patristic sources of Saint Gerard). In Studia Patrum, ed. Peter Nemeshegyi and Zoltan Rihmer, 255–61. Budapest: Szent Istvan Tarsulat, 2002.

 

“Religion and Rulership in the Middle Ages: Interdisciplinary Workshop.” Medieval News 3.2 (2002): 1, 4. Reprint: Central European University Gazette 11.3 (2002): 7. Internet: http://www.majestas.org/activities.html

 

“Latin Classics in Medieval Hungary: The Eleventh Century.” Erasmus Institute News 5.1 (2002): 5. Internet: http://www.nd.edu/~erasmus/fellows_research/3nemerkenyi_projects.html

 

Control edition of the Hungarian translation of The Normans and their Myth, by R.H.C. Davis. A normannok: Mitosz es valosag. Translated by Vera Banki. Budapest: Osiris Kiado, 2002.

 

“Latin nyelvtan a szekesegyhazi iskolaban: Fulbert, Bonipert es egy elveszett Priscianus-kezirat” (Latin grammar in the cathedral school: Fulbert, Bonipert, and a lost Priscian manuscript). Aetas 17.4 (2002): 77–88. Internet: http://www.lib.jgytf.u-szeged.hu/aetas/2002_4/2002-4-07.htm

 

“Biblical Latin and the Admonitions of King Stephen of Hungary.” Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 38–39 (2002–2003): 281–8.

 

“Latin klasszikusok kozepkori konyvtarakban: Magyarorszag a 11. szazadban” (Latin classics in medieval libraries: Hungary in the eleventh century). Magyar Konyvszemle (Hungarian review of books) 119.1 (2003): 1–17.

 

“Szent Gellert Deliberatiojanak kutatastortenete” (Review of scholarship on the Deliberatio of Saint Gerard). Fons 10.1 (2003): 3–19.

 

“Latin Classics in Medieval Libraries: Hungary in the Eleventh Century.” Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 43.1–2 (2003): 243–56.

 

Review of Hungary under the Early Arpads, 890s to 1063, by Zoltan J. Kosztolnyik. Quaestiones Medii Aevi Novae 8 (2003): 384–5.

 

“Latin Classics in Pannonhalma in the Eleventh Century.” Philobiblon 8–9 (2003–2004): 512–24.

 

“Cathedral Libraries in Medieval Hungary.” Library History 20.1 (2004): 7–17.

 

Editorial assistant: Klaniczay, Gabor, ed. Europa ezer eve: A kozepkor (Thousand years of Europe: the Middle Ages). Vol. 1–2. Budapest: Osiris Kiado, 2004.

 

“Kronologia” (Chronology – with Pal Engel). In Europa ezer eve: A kozepkor (Thousand years of Europe: the Middle Ages), ed. Gabor Klaniczay, vol. 2, 554–84. Budapest: Osiris Kiado, 2004.

 

“Medieval Glosses in MS Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm. 6211.” Acta Mediaevalia 17 (2004): 247–52.

 

Hungarian translation of Turning the Tide of War: 50 Battles that Changed the Course of Modern History, by Tim Newark. Sorsfordito utkozetek: 50 csata, amely megvaltoztatta a tortenelem menetet, 148–200. Budapest: Zrinyi Kiado, 2004.

 

Hungarian translation of Secrets of Leadership: Thirty Centuries of Command, by John Laffin. A hadvezetes titkai: A katonai parancsok harminc evszazada. Budapest: Zrinyi Kiado, 2004.

 

“The Religious Ruler in the Admonitions of King Saint Stephen of Hungary.” In Monotheistic Kingship: The Medieval Variants, ed. Aziz Al-Azmeh and Janos M. Bak, 231–47. Budapest: Central European University, 2004.

 

“Ancient Rhetoric and the Deliberatio of Bishop Gerard of Csanad.” Journal of Medieval Latin 14 (2004): 118–27.

 

Latin Classics in Medieval Hungary: Eleventh Century. Debrecen: University of Debrecen Department of Classical Philology; Budapest: Central European University Department of Medieval Studies, 2004.

 

“Latin Classics in Medieval Hungary: Eleventh Century – Doctoral Dissertation Abstract.” In Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU, ed. Katalin Szende and Judith A. Rasson, 288–9. Budapest: Central European University, 2005.

 

Control edition of the Hungarian translation of Epistulae, by Saint Jerome. Levelek. Translated by Laszlo Takacs. Vol. 2. Budapest: Szenzar Kiado, 2005.

 

English translation of Habsburg Maria, Mohacs ozvegye: A kiralyne es udvara 1521–1531, ed. Beatrix Basics. Mary of Hungary: The Queen and Her Court 1521–1531, ed. Orsolya Rethelyi, 205–25, 227–33. Budapest: Budapest History Museum, 2005.

 

Hungarian translation: Veszpremy, Laszlo, ed. A korai strategiai gondolkodas: Tanulmanyok (The early strategic thinking: studies), 15–86, 133–75. Budapest: Zrinyi Kiado, 2005.

 

Establishment of Latin quotations: Werboczy, Stephen. The Customary Law of the Renowned Kingdom of Hungary: A Work in Three Parts. Edited and translated by Janos M. Bak, Peter Banyo, and Martyn Rady, 426–30, 434. Idyllwild, CA: Charles Schlacks Jr. Publisher, 2005.

 

“The Formation of Latin Literacy in Medieval Hungary: Abstract.” In American Philological Association: 137th Annual Meeting – Abstracts, ed. John F. Miller, 110. Philadelphia: American Philological Association, 2006. Internet: http://www.apaclassics.org/AnnualMeeting/06mtg/abstracts/nemerkenyi.pdf

 

“Cicero in Medieval Hungary.” Filologia Mediolatina 13 (2006): 187–97.

 

“The Formation of Latin Literacy in Medieval Hungary.” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 41.3 (2006): 417–21.

 

Review of Sancti Stephani regis primi Hungariae Libellus de institutione morum, ed. and trans. Laszlo Havas. Budapesti Konyvszemle (Budapest review of books) 18.3 (2006): 275–7.

 

“Religion and State Formation: Comparative Perspectives from Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages – Interdisciplinary Workshop.” Medieval News 8 (2006): 3.

 

“Az Otto-kori reneszansz” (The Ottonian renaissance). In A Magyar Ostorteneti Munkakozosseg Egyesulet jubileumi konferenciaja (Jubilee conference of the Early Hungarian History Society), ed. Antal Szigeti, 133–6. Budapest: Farkas Lorinc Imre Konyvkiado, 2007.

 

“Tiz szazaddal ezelott” (Ten centuries before). Internet: http://www.otka.hu/index.php?akt_menu=2971

 

“Latin Szentiras-magyarazat – 11. szazad: Szent Gellert: Deliberatio” (Latin Biblical commentary – eleventh century: Saint Gerard: Deliberatio). In A magyar irodalom tortenetei (Histories of the Hungarian literature). Vol. 1, A kezdetektol 1800-ig (From the beginnings to 1800), ed. Laszlo Jankovits and Geza Orlovszky, 49–58. Budapest: Gondolat Kiado, 2007. Internet: http://www.villanyspenot.hu

 

Coeditor: Szemelvenyek az OTKA tamogatasaval keszult alapkutatasok ujabb eredmenyeibol (Selections from recent results of research supported by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund). Budapest: Orszagos Tudomanyos Kutatasi Alapprogramok, 2007.

 

Review of Opera poetica by Bohuslaus Hassensteinius a Lobkowicz, ed. Marta Vaculinova. Neo-Latin News 55.1–2 (2007): 68–71.

 

“Szent Istvan Intelmeinek kutatastortenete” (Review of scholarship on the Admonitions of Saint Stephen). In Classica – Mediaevalia – Neolatina, ed. Laszlo Havas and Imre Tegyey, vol. 2, 95–101. Debrecen: Societas Neolatina Hungarica – Sectio Debreceniensis, 2007.

 

Review of Irasbeliseg es tarsadalom az Arpad-korban: Diplomatikai es pecsettani tanulmanyok (Literacy and society in the Arpad age: studies in diplomatics and sigillography), by Laszlo Solymosi. Colloquia 14 (2007): 159–63.

 

“Lucanus es a klasszikus hagyomany a kozepkorban” (Lucan and the classical tradition in the Middle Ages). In Oratoris officium: Tanulmanyok a hetveneves Adamik Tamas tiszteletere (Oratoris officium: studies in honor of the seventy-year-old Tamas Adamik), ed. Balazs Deri, 143–50. Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2008.

 

“The Development of International Peer Review in Central Europe.” Internet: http://www.esf.org/acivities/mo-fora/peer-review/peer-review-workshop-in-the-hague.html

 

“International Peer Review in Central Europe.” Internet: http://www.esf.org/research-areas/humanities/strategic-activities/cee-scholarship-in-the-humanities.html

 

Hungarian translation of Latin quotations: Gombos, Janos, ed. Szlovakok a Del-Alfoldon: Forrasvalogatas (a 17. szazad vegetol a 18. szazad vegeig) (Slovaks on the Southern Great Plain: selection of sources – from the end of the seventeenth century to the end of the eighteenth century), 37–9, 41, 43–4, 76–7, 96–7, 130–2, 146, 150–5. Bekescsaba: Magyarorszagi Szlovakok Kutatointezete, 2008.

 

“Fulbert et l’implantation des ecoles en Hongrie.” In Fulbert de Chartres: Precurseur de l’Europe medievale?, ed. Michel Rouche, 43–54. Paris: Presses de l’Universite Paris-Sorbonne, 2008.

 

“A latin irasbeliseg kialakulasa a kozepkori Magyarorszagon: Centrum es periferia” (The formation of Latin literacy in medieval Hungary: center and periphery). Aetas 23.1 (2008): 89–93.

 

“Review of Scholarship on the Admonitions of King Saint Stephen of Hungary.” Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 44 (2008): 151–8.

 

“Greeks and Latins in Mediaeval Hungary.” Classica et Mediaevalia 59 (2008): 213–24.

 

“Hiberno-Latin in Medieval Hungary.” Peritia 20 (2008): 86–97.

 

Review of Szent Demeter: Magyarorszag elfeledett vedoszentje (Saint Demetrius: forgotten patron saint of Hungary), ed. Peter Toth. Szazadok (Centuries) 143.2 (2009): 487–90.

 

“Szent Istvan Intelmei Florus es Quintilianus kozott” (The Admonitions of Saint Stephen between Florus and Quintilian). Vallastudomanyi Szemle (Review of religious studies) 5.2 (2009): 95–103.

 

Review of Janus-arcok: Osszegyujtott tanulmanyok, recenziok, forditasok es kommentarok (Janus faces: collected studies, reviews, translations, and commentaries), by Laszlo Torok. Termeszet Vilaga (World of nature) 140.6 (2009): 288.

 

English translation: Istvan H. Nemeth. “Pre-Modern State Urban Policy at a Turning Point in the Kingdom of Hungary: The Elections to the Town Council.” In Urban Elections and Decision-Making in Early Modern Europe, 1500–1800, ed. Rudolf Schlogl, 276–98. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009.

 

Editor: Magistrae discipuli: Tanulmanyok Madas Edit tiszteletere (Magistrae discipuli: studies in honor of Edit Madas). Budapest: Argumentum Kiado, 2009.

 

“The Latin Vocabulary of Memory in Medieval Hungary.” In The Making of Memory in the Middle Ages, ed. Lucie Dolezalova, 269–82. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010.

 

“Italian Influence on the Formation of Latin Literacy in Medieval Hungary.” In In my Spirit and Thought I Remained a European of Hungarian Origin: Medieval Historical Studies in Memory of Zoltan J. Kosztolnyik, ed. Istvan Petrovics, Sandor Laszlo Toth, and Eleanor A. Congdon, 115–21. Szeged: JATE Press, 2010.

 

“Priscianus es a klasszikus hagyomany a kozepkorban” (Priscian and the classical tradition in the Middle Ages). Okor (Antiquity) 9.3 (2010): 71–6.

 

“Andreas of Hungary.” – “Carbone, Ludovico.” – “Cronica fratrum minorum de observantia provinciae Boznae et Hungariae.” In Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle, ed. Graeme Dunphy, vol. 1, 38, 247, 337. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010.

 

Coeditor: Szemelvenyek az OTKA tamogatasaval keszult alapkutatasok ujabb eredmenyeibol (Selections from recent results of research supported by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund). Vol. 2. Budapest: Orszagos Tudomanyos Kutatasi Alapprogramok, 2010.

 

“Starting Grants at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund.” Internet: http://erc.europa.eu/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.display&topicID=588

 

“Hungary.” – “Libraries in Medieval Hungary.” – “Latin Literacy in Medieval Hungary.” Internet: http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com

 

Hungarian translation of “Istvan Enyedi: Rene Descartes: A filozofia alapjai cimu muvenek magyarazata (1710)” (Commentary on The principles of philosophy of Rene Descartes, 1710). – “Samuel Timon: A regi Magyarorszag bemutatasa (1733)” (Description of old Hungary, 1733). In Magyarorszagi gondolkodok: 18. szazad – Bolcseszettudomanyok (Hungarian thinkers: eighteenth century – humanities), ed. Gabor Tuskes, vol. 1, 19–27, 658–65. Budapest: Kortars Konyvkiado, 2010.

 

Hungarian translation and notes of “Jakob Henrichmann: Grammaticae institutiones.” In Margarita poetica: A humanista alapmuveltseg olvasmanyai a Karpat-medenceben 1526-ig – Antologia (Margarita poetica: readings of humanist culture in the Carpathian basin to 1526 – anthology), ed. Peter Ekler, 68–79. Budapest: Orszagos Szechenyi Konyvtar – Gondolat Kiado, 2011.

 

Hungarian translation: Balazs Deri, Pal Kelemen, Jozsef Krupp, Abel Tamas, ed. Metafilologia (Metaphilology). Vol. 1, Szoveg – varians – kommentar (Text – variant – commentary), 502–31. Budapest: Racio Kiado, 2011.

 

English translation: Andrea Baloghne Balla, Gyula Peter Szigeti, Istvan Szigeti, ed. Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Annual Report 2011, 22–32, 49–51, 63. Budapest: Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, 2012.

 

“International Affairs at the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund.” Internet: http://www.atomki.hu/heavyws/files/Nemerkenyi_heavyws_2013.pdf

 

English translation: Andrea Baloghne Balla, Johanna Farkas, Viktoria Kalmar, Ildiko Balazs, ed. Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Annual Report 2012, 2, 4–8, 21–5, 28–9, 31, 38, 43–9, 59, 64, 91–102, 106, 108–12. Budapest: Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, 2013.

 

“The Deliberatio of Bishop Saint Gerard of Csanad.” In Filosofia Sfantului Gerard de Cenad in context cultural si biographic (The philosophy of Saint Gerard of Csanad in cultural and biographical context), ed. Claudiu Mesaros, 29–47. Szeged: JATE Press, 2013.

 

Review of Anonymi Bele regis notarii Gesta Hungarorum, ed. and trans. Martyn Rady and Laszlo Veszpremy – Magistri Rogerii Epistola in miserabile carmen super destructione regni Hungarie per Tartaros facta, ed. and trans. Janos M. Bak and Martyn Rady. Journal of Medieval Latin 23 (2013): 382–7.

 

English translation: Andrea Balla Balogh, Aniko Csakany, Johanna Farkas, Viktoria Kalmar, Ildiko Balazs, ed. Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Annual Report 2013, 2, 4–7, 23–7, 31–2, 34, 41, 60, 68, 100–11, 114–6. Budapest: Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, 2014.

 

Commentator: “A Szent Korona mint jelkep, szimbolum” (The holy crown as sign, symbol). In Nemzeti nagyvizit (National visit), ed. Miklos Kasler, vol. 1, 265–9. Budapest: Kairosz Kiado, 2014.

 

Commentator: “Luxemburgi Zsigmond magyar kiraly es nemet-romai csaszar” (Sigismund of Luxemburg, king of Hungary and holy Roman emperor). In Nemzeti nagyvizit (National visit), ed. Miklos Kasler, vol. 2, 259–74. Budapest: Kairosz Kiado, 2015.

 

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