Upcoming Issue EEHR 5/2022

Central and South-Eastern Europe between the Christian and Ottoman worlds: conflicts, encounters and compromises (16th-18th centuries)


Special Issue Editor: Dr. Ph.D. Canan Parmaksizoğlu (Turkish National Defense University – Turkey)

In collaboration with: MTA-PPKE Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group (Budapest – Hungary)

Authors and titles (in alphabetical order):

  • Ardelean Florin Nicolae (Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca – Romania)

Sieges, raids and skirmishes along the border between the Principality of Transylvania and the Ottoman Empire during the Long Turkish War (1591-1606)

  • Chmiel Piotr (University of Warsaw – Poland)

A third way. An attempt to reorient history of early modern Italian connections with the Ottoman and Safavid (border-)lands

  • Croitoru Gabriel-Felician  (Turkology Institute, „Babeş-Bolyai” University Cluj-Napoca – Romania)

The border between Wallachia and the Giurgiu Kaza. An area of cooperation and conflict on the Imperial Ottoman limes on the Danube

  • Cseh Valentin (Hungarian Oil and Gas Museum, Hungary)

The collapse of the border fortress system built against the Ottoman Empire between 1521 and 1527

  • Fedeles Tamás (MTA-PPKE Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group (ELKH), University of Pécs, Hungary)

From the army of King Matthias to the Service of God. A Case Study on the Role of the Apostolic Penitentiary in the Ordination of Clerics in the Time of King Matthias Corvinus

  • Kanàsz Viktor (MTA-PPKE Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group (ELKH), Hungary)

Nuncio Girolamo Martinengo's reports on the military events of 1552.

  • Kruppa Tamás (MTA-PPKE Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group (ELKH), Hungary)

The written and oral disputes of István Szántó (Arator)

  • Magina Adrian (Romanian Academy, Institute for Banatian Studies “Titu Maiorescu” Timişoara- Romania)

“Nos Christiani qui habitamus in hac urbe Temesuar”. Christians and Ottomans in Timişoara in the second half of 16th century

  • Magina Livia (Museum of the Highland Banat Reşiţa – Romania)

“Novitates de Turcis scribit”: spies and news about Ottomans on borders of Transylvania and Southern Parts in the early 16th century

  • Nagy Katalin (MTA-PPKE Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group (ELKH), Hungary);
  • Merlani Giulio (Università di Roma “La Sapienza”)

Gregorio XIII e l’Europa orientale: la visita apostolica del vescovo di Stagno Bonifacio Destefanis

  • Nemes Gábor (MTA-PPKE Vilmos Fraknói Vatican Historical Research Group (ELKH), Hungary)

A Strange Legation. Papal Nuncio Giovanni Francesco Capi’s Mission of 1526

  • Michal Salamonik (Umeå University, Sweden))

The Conflicts of the Double Supremacy on the Borderline of the Principality of Transylvania and the Ottoman Empire in the Second Half of the 17th Century

  • Szalai Ágnes (Research Centre for the Humanities – Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest/Hungary)

Trading potash in mid-seventeenth-century Europe: Polish potash trade companies in Wallachia.

  • TrentacosteDavide (Università degli Studi di Teramo/Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 – Italy/France)

Anti-Ottoman Polish-Safavid diplomacy through Tuscan documents (XVII century)


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