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(coming Fall/Winter 2020)

Mapping Eastern Europe in the 13th-17th Centuries 

This is a platform intended to sustain and promote research on and teaching of Eastern Europe through historical overviews, monument and object case-studies, short notices of ongoing projects, as well as reviews of books and exhibitions. The project has been awarded a grant through the “Rapid Response Magic Project of the Princeton University Humanities Council.”  

Please send at northofbyzantium[at]gmail[dot]com with the subject line “Mapping Eastern Europe”:

  1. Short notices on long-term ongoing research projects that you and/or your colleagues may be involved with to include on this new webpage. These projects could be work toward a new book, archaeological investigations, museum exhibitions, on-going research projects or initiatives, etc. This does not include work on shorter projects (articles, book-reviews, papers presented at conferences, organization of conferences/workshops), but rather long-term efforts.
    • If interested, please share with us the following details about your project by August 31, 2020
      • Title of project
      • Brief description of project (max 300 words)
      • Image(s) (max 2; copyright free) + image caption
      • Link to project/website (if applicable) 
  1. Recent reviews of Books and Exhibitions in English. Please send us a full citation and a link to the published review. It would be ideal if you shared this with us by the end of August 2020.

We welcome expressions of interest prior to submissions, so please be in touch if you have any questions about possible contributions.