Central and South-Eastern Europe between the Christian and Ottoman worlds: conflicts, encounters and compromises (XVI-XVIII centuries)
Edited by Canan Parmaksızoğlu Aksoy
This special issue of Eastern European History Review addresses the complex and intense history of Christian-Ottoman relations in Central and Eastern Europe during the Early Modern Period.
Tracing the salient moments and facts with battles, border issues, diplomacy and intelligence, the volume – with the participation of authors from different parts of Europe and Türkiye – constitutes an international opportunity to analyze topics that continually offer new study themes.
Central and South-Eastern Europe between the Christian world and the Ottoman world: conflicts, encounters and compromises (XVI-XVIII centuries), edited by the Türkiysh historian Canan Parmaksızoğlu Aksoy, and co-edited by Katalin Nagy, is the result of research and scientific collaboration between the CESPoM Study Center and Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group (ELKH-PPKE-PTE).
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Royal free elections in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (16th-18th centuries). Political games, social communication, diplomacy
Special Issue Editor: Dr. Ph.D. Aleksandra Ziober (University of Wroclaw – Poland)
Deadlines: 30 September 2023 (abstracts. Max: 250 words) / 31 March 2024 (full text. Max: 35,000 characters, including spaces and notes)
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DIPLOMATS AND DIPLOMACY IN THE EARLY MODERN POLISH-LITHUANIAN COMMONWEALTH (XVII CENTURY)
edited by Dorota Gregorowicz and Alessandro Boccolini
This Special Issue of Eastern European History Review deals with the history of diplomacy and its executors – diplomats (ambassadors, legates, nuncios, internuncios, agents and others) – in the seventeenth century’s Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. As a state conglomerate culturally and politically, closely connected to Western Europe, and for its specific institutional form of a “noble republic”, the Commonwealth has created, in the field of diplomatic practice, institutions, principles and ceremonies unique in the European context. The focus of the volume is the historiographic stream of the New Diplomatic History, without withdrawing from classic approaches that remain an important field of research.
Tracing the salient moments and facts of the complex history of the seventeenth century of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the volume – with the participation of authors from different parts of Europe and beyond – constitutes an international opportunity to reflect on issues and topics of old and new diplomatic history.
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The Sobieski Family: history, culture and society. Insights between Rome, Warsaw and Europe.
The Special Issue of Eastern European History Review (n. 3/2020) collects the scientific products of an international conference held in Warsaw between 18 and 19 October 2019, entitled The Sobieski Family: history, culture and society. Insights between Rome, Warsaw and Europe.
The volume, on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives – between History, Literature and History of Art – addresses the most significant moments and stages of the long, and at times singular but extraordinary, history of the Sobieski Family.
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Fatti e Misfatti nell’Europa di Antico Regime
A cura di Alessandro Boccolini
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