Upcoming Issue EEHR 4/2021

Diplomats and Diplomacy in the Early Modern Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (XVII century)

Special Issue Editor: Dr. Ph.D. Gregorowicz Dorota, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland)

Authors and titles (in alphabetical order):

  • Bajer Peter Paul, Monash University (Australia): 

The career of Jerzy (George) Bennet, the Scottishagent of the Radziwiłł family.

  • Boccolini Alessandro, University of Tuscia (Italy): 

Diplomacy and papal politics during the “unfortunate” reign of Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki.

  • Conde Pazos Miguel, Alfonso X El Sabio University (Spain): 

Spanish Diplomats in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth during the Thirty Years War.

  • Curcuruto Claudia, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (Germany):

Correspondences and Activities of two Apostolic Nuncios in the Service of Pope Innocent XI Odescalchi (1676-1689).

  • Duda Paweł, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland), Litwin Henryk, University of Warsaw (Poland): 

Correspondence of Warsaw nuncio Antonio Santa Croce with Roman Catholic bishops from 1629 – frequency, intensity and content.

  • Gregorowicz Dorota, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland): 

Diplomacy of the Commonwealth, Diplomacy of the King: the Peculiarity of Foreign Policy Making in the Seventeenth Century Poland-Lithuania.

  • Grygorieva Tetiana, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, NaUKMA (Ukraine): 

The ‘decisive embassy’ of Prince Krzystof Zbaraski to Constantinople (1622-1623) and European Diplomacy amidst the Thirty Years War.

  • Hundert Zbigniew, Royal Castle in Warsaw (Poland): 

Officers of the Crown Army of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the diplomatic service of King John III Sobieski (1674–1696). Outline of the problematics.

  • Mihalik Béla Vilmos, Research Centre for the Humanities, Budapest (Hungary): 

The King’s Cousin, the Emperor’s Bishop. Christian August of Saxe-Zeitz as mediator between Poland and the Holy See.

  • Padalinski Uladzimir, Belarusian State University (Belarus): 

Diplomatic Activity as the Basis of Political Advancement and Material Reward in the Sixteenth-Century Grand Duchy of Lithuania: The Case of Mikhayla Haraburda.

  • Salamonik Michał, Södertörn University, Stockholm (Sweden): 

News Agents and Postmasters: Background Figures or Active Diplomats?

  • Sawicki Mariusz, University of Opole (Poland): 

The Coronation parliament of Jan III Sobieski in French-language reports sent to London.

  • Sikora Ewelina, Central European University (Hungary): 

Feasting and fasting in Moscow: peace negotiation between Poland-Lithuania and Muscovy as seen through eating and drinking customs.

  • Sirutavičius Marius, Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania): 

Partnership in a Union with diverging interests: cooperation between the Kingdom of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania in diplomatic activities at the turn of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries.

  • Skowron Ryszard, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland): 

Palatinate: the Key to Europe. On the Art of Diplomacy of Władysław IV Vasa.

  • Skrzypietz Aleksandra, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland): 

Between the King’s Instructions and the Ambassador’s Ambition. Cooperation Between Melchior de Polignac and Polish Magnates.

  • Szymańska Marta, University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland): 

The Ceremonial of Receiving of Albrycht Stanisław Radziwiłł and his Stay at the Courts of Western Europe as a Royal Envoy during the Journey of Prince Władysław Waza 1624-1625.

  • Ziober Aleksandra, University of Wrocław (Poland): 

The last years of the reign of Jan Kazimierz Vasa and interregnum after his abdication in the light of reports of Francis Sanderson and Robert Yard.