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Table of Contents EEHR 6 (2023)

From East to West. Women journeys in Early Modern Period (16th to 18th) to Italy


Authors and titles (in alphabetical order):

Małgorzata Ewa Kowalczyk (University of Wroclaw) and Dorota Żołądź-Strzelczyk (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan)

Journeys of Polish aristocrats around the Veneto region in the second half of the 18th century

Jaroslaw Pietrzak (Pedagogical University in Krakow) 

Maria   Kazimiera d’Arquien Sobieska and her Italian travels from 1699 to 1714

Agata Piotrowska (University of St. Andrews)

Polish-Lithuanian elite women’s discovery of Italy during the Napoleonic Wars: home away from home and lasting inspiration

Francesca Ceci (Musei Capitolini, Rome)

A Queen in the “Viterbese”. The presence of Maria Clementina Sobieska Stuart between Viterbo and Orvieto

Alina Kaltachenka (Belarusian State University)

Differences between women’s journeys and men’s journeys from the territory of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Early Modern Period to Italy

 Patrik Pastrnak (Palacky University Olomouc)

The return journeys of the queen-widows: an upside-down ritual or irrelevant pageantry?

 Katarzyna Jagiełło-Jakubaszek (Indipendent Researcher)

 Teofila Morawska and Katarzyna Plater: cultural and social landscape of Italy in the second half of the eighteenth century