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28th Annual Kann Memorial Lecture in Austrian Studies: "Violence as Identity: Christians and Muslims in Hungary in the Medieval and Early Modern Period," Nora Berend, Professor of History, Cambridge University

Date: 11/08/2012

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Location: 120 Elmer L. Andersen Library

Cost: Free and open to the public


Nora Berend is a Professor of History at St. Catherine's College at Cambridge University, where her teaching and research focus on Medieval history, especially social and religious history, c. 1000-c. 1300. She has worked on the changing regulation of child oblation in canon law; on the place of non-Christians in medieval Christian society, including economic, social, legal, and religious interaction; and on medieval frontiers, Christianization and state-building. Her current work and future projects focus on ideas of Christendom, sanctity and the history of social exclusion. Some of Professor Berend's many publications include At the Gate of Christendom: Jews, Muslims and 'Pagans' in Medieval Hungary c. 1000- c. 1300 (Cambridge University Press, 2001), which was awarded the Gladstone Prize for non-British history by The Royal Historical Society; Medieval Frontiers: Concepts and Practices (co-edited with David Abulafia, Ashgate 2002);
and, as editor, Christianization and the Rise of Christian Monarchy: Scandinavia, Central Europe and Rus' c. 900-1200 (Cambridge University Press, 2007).


  • Name: Center for Austrian Studies
  • E-mail: casahy@umn.edu
  • Phone: 612 624 9811
  • Sponsored by: Medieval Studies, Austrian Studies


Parking is available at the 21st Avenue ramp and in the 19th Avenue ramp. Reciprocal contract parking is also available for those with contracts on the east bank or on the Saint Paul campus.  

More information: http://www.cas.umn.edu/

Disability Options:

To request disability accommodations, please contact the Center for Austrian Studies.

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