Migration and Early Christianity @ the Liszt Hungarian Cultural Institute

Save the date! On 02.02.23, 7pm, I will talk about “How Did Migration Shape Early Christianity in Rome?” @ the Liszt Institute Brussels hosted by the Belgian Club of Hungarian Scientists. I was truely honoured by the invitation, and not only because all the celebrity the club already accomodated such as Katalin Karikó, the developper of the mRNA technology, the mathematician László Lovász, or the formal president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, József Pálinkás. It is also a great opportunity to engage with the interested public on a topic, which was, is, and if I am not entirely mistaken, will remain controversial: the entanglements of religion and migration.