Loading...

Between Worlds: The Age of the Jagiellonians

by Florin Nicolae Ardelean (Volume editor) Christopher Nicholson (Volume editor) Johannes Preiser-Kapeller (Volume editor)
Conference proceedings 228 Pages

Summary

This volume brings together a rich variety of papers, which were given at an international conference entitled «Between Worlds: The Age of the Jagiellonians» in Cluj-Napoca in October 2010. They cover various aspects of the impact of this important dynasty on Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, and its reign in Lithuania, Poland, Hungary and Bohemia between the 14th and the 16th century. Thus, the relevance of the Age of the Jagiellonians for the transformation of Europe between the late Middle Ages and the Early Modern period becomes visible. Various approaches to the overall topic can be found in this volume, be it from the viewpoint of war and religion, frontier studies, politics, theology, historiography or art history.

Details

Pages
228
ISBN (PDF)
9783653031331
ISBN (Hardcover)
9783631629741
Language
English
Publication date
2013 (May)
Published
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2013. 228 pp., 3 b/w ill.

Biographical notes

Florin Nicolae Ardelean (Volume editor) Christopher Nicholson (Volume editor) Johannes Preiser-Kapeller (Volume editor)

Florin Nicolae Ardelean, post-doctoral researcher at the Romanian Academy, Center for Transylvanian Studies at Babeş-Bolyai University at Cluj-Napoca; main research fields: late medieval and early modern social and military history. Christopher Nicholson, PhD candidate at University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies; main research fields: late medieval and early modern Central Europe, especially Bohemia; comparative legal and institutional history. Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, researcher at the Austrian Academy, Institute for Medieval Research, Division of Byzantine Research at Vienna; main research fields: history of Byzantium and the medieval Mediterranean, diplomacy and diplomatics, historical network analysis and complexity studies.

Previous

Title: Between Worlds: The Age of the Jagiellonians