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The Resource Power and influence in South-Eastern Europe, 16th-19th century, edited by Maria Baramova, Plamen Mitev, Ivan Parvev and Vania Racheva

Power and influence in South-Eastern Europe, 16th-19th century, edited by Maria Baramova, Plamen Mitev, Ivan Parvev and Vania Racheva

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Power and influence in South-Eastern Europe, 16th-19th century
Title
Power and influence in South-Eastern Europe, 16th-19th century
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maria Baramova, Plamen Mitev, Ivan Parvev and Vania Racheva
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Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
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UKMGB
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Baramova, Maria
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1956-
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  • Mitev, Plamen
  • Parvev, Ivan
  • Racheva, Vania͡
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  • Power (Social sciences)
  • Balkan Peninsula
  • Balkan Peninsula
  • Balkan Peninsula
  • Europe, Eastern
  • Europe, Central
Label
Power and influence in South-Eastern Europe, 16th-19th century, edited by Maria Baramova, Plamen Mitev, Ivan Parvev and Vania Racheva
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Power and the changing face of Habsburg-Ottoman friendship (sixteenth -- eighteenth centuries) / Arno Strohmeyer -- Did the Danube exist in Habsburg power politics in South-Eastern Europe before 1699? -- Habsburg policy towards Ottoman foreigners in the eighteenth century / Jovan Pešalj -- power without influence, influence without power: Habsburg and Russian influence in the Balkans in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries as a comparison / Ivan Parvev -- The great reforms in the Ottoman Empire and Russia: a comparative approach on the history of the nineteenth century / Markus Koller -- Architecture as a symbol of power: some thoughts on the Ottoman architectural heritage of Plovdiv (Filibe) -- Power and influence of the Ottoman ruling class in landed property: Askeri chiftliks in the region of Sofia in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries -- Non-Muslim communal divisions and identities in the early modern Ottoman Balkans and the millet system theory / Vjeran Kursar -- The application of the Tanzimat and its political effects: glances from Plovdiv and its rum millet / Andreas Lyberatos -- An ineffective attempt at implementing Tanzimat in the Ottoman Empire: the ethno-religious and socio-political dispute in Crete during the Chalepa Era (1878-1889 / Manos Perakis -- On the history of the textile factory in Sliven: one Ottoman register of 1861 / Zorka Ivanova -- Family matters: using social capital for political ends in the nineteenth century Balkans / Dobrinka Parusheva -- Located in eastern Rumelia and dreaming of Palestine / Moshe Maggid -- " ... Our reign is granted by Turks ..." Ottoman sultans and tributary voyvodas of Wallachia and Moldavia (sixteenth-seventeenth centuries) Viorel Panaite -- Balkan Vlachs -- autonomies and modernity / Stoica Lascu -- "Protection" or "possession": how Russians created a Greek principality in 1770-1775 -- Turcicae epistolae: Busbecq's views on the power of the Ottoman Empire in his letters / Ifigenija Draganić -- György Rákóczi II's attempt to establish a local power base among the tributaries of the Ottoman Empire 1653-1657 / Gábor Kármán-- The image of the sultan's ally Imre Thököly in Ottoman historical writings according to the writings of Silâhdar Mehmed Aga and Defterdar Sari Mehmed Pasha / Dzheni Ivanova -- A portrait of a forgotten Serbian Sava Vladislavić Raguzinski / Snežana Vukadinović -- The ruler and the ruled through the prism of royal birthday celebrations: a close look at two documents / Darin Stephanov -- Anglo-Russian antagonism in the Island of Crete: Eleutherios Venizelos vs. Prince George / Dimitris Michalopoulos -- Deportation of prisoners of war in the context of the demographic seizure of territories: Hungarians in Thrace in the seventeenth century / Milena Petkova-Encheva -- Ports, courier service and logistics along the Black Sea coast and the River Danube in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries / Aleksander Antonov -- The Russo-Turkish war from 1768-1774 in eighteenth-century Russian poetry and the creation of the mythology of power in Russia / Angelina Vacheva -- Austrian diplomats from the Vienna oriental academy on the Balkan Peninsula during the second half of the eighteenth century / Boro Bronza -- The French republic and the Ottoman Empire: the Citoyen Descorches in Constantinople (1793-1795) / Rossitza Tasheva -- European consuls as power brokers in the Ottoman Empire on the Eve of Tanzimat: the British consul Charles Blunt in salonica / Gülay Tulasoğlu -- The Russian influence on the Ottoman Empire in the context of the expansion of Serbian autonomy according to Ottoman archival documents (1829-1833) / Selim Aslantaş -- Spain and the Crimean war / Nadya Manolova-Nikolova -- British diplomats about Russian influence in Serbia in the nineteenth century / Aleksander Rastović -- Ottoman representatives in Romania: diplomatic and consular network of the sultan in a former vassal state / Silvana Rachieru -- The Serbian emigrants issue (1833-1885) as a test of the power and influence of Austria-Hungary and Russia on the Balkans / Momir Samardžić -- Power of the dervishes in the Ottoman Balkans as witnessed by the Shaqā'iq al-Num̀āniyya of Taşköprüzade Ahmed (1495-1561) and narrative sources / Nora Anani-Sia -- Two Habsburg sources of information at the sublime porte in the second half of the sixteenth century / Nedim Zahiorvić -- Traditional aspects of modernity in the nineteenth-century Balkans: the ecclesiastical dimensions of the Bulgarian national movement / Eleonora Naxidou -- The influence of the Hungarian masonic liberals on the modernization of the Corpus Separatum of Rijeka (1875-1906) / Ljubinka Toševa Karpowicz
Control code
FIEb17678626
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
451 pages
Isbn
9783643903310
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)829056914
Label
Power and influence in South-Eastern Europe, 16th-19th century, edited by Maria Baramova, Plamen Mitev, Ivan Parvev and Vania Racheva
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Power and the changing face of Habsburg-Ottoman friendship (sixteenth -- eighteenth centuries) / Arno Strohmeyer -- Did the Danube exist in Habsburg power politics in South-Eastern Europe before 1699? -- Habsburg policy towards Ottoman foreigners in the eighteenth century / Jovan Pešalj -- power without influence, influence without power: Habsburg and Russian influence in the Balkans in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries as a comparison / Ivan Parvev -- The great reforms in the Ottoman Empire and Russia: a comparative approach on the history of the nineteenth century / Markus Koller -- Architecture as a symbol of power: some thoughts on the Ottoman architectural heritage of Plovdiv (Filibe) -- Power and influence of the Ottoman ruling class in landed property: Askeri chiftliks in the region of Sofia in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries -- Non-Muslim communal divisions and identities in the early modern Ottoman Balkans and the millet system theory / Vjeran Kursar -- The application of the Tanzimat and its political effects: glances from Plovdiv and its rum millet / Andreas Lyberatos -- An ineffective attempt at implementing Tanzimat in the Ottoman Empire: the ethno-religious and socio-political dispute in Crete during the Chalepa Era (1878-1889 / Manos Perakis -- On the history of the textile factory in Sliven: one Ottoman register of 1861 / Zorka Ivanova -- Family matters: using social capital for political ends in the nineteenth century Balkans / Dobrinka Parusheva -- Located in eastern Rumelia and dreaming of Palestine / Moshe Maggid -- " ... Our reign is granted by Turks ..." Ottoman sultans and tributary voyvodas of Wallachia and Moldavia (sixteenth-seventeenth centuries) Viorel Panaite -- Balkan Vlachs -- autonomies and modernity / Stoica Lascu -- "Protection" or "possession": how Russians created a Greek principality in 1770-1775 -- Turcicae epistolae: Busbecq's views on the power of the Ottoman Empire in his letters / Ifigenija Draganić -- György Rákóczi II's attempt to establish a local power base among the tributaries of the Ottoman Empire 1653-1657 / Gábor Kármán-- The image of the sultan's ally Imre Thököly in Ottoman historical writings according to the writings of Silâhdar Mehmed Aga and Defterdar Sari Mehmed Pasha / Dzheni Ivanova -- A portrait of a forgotten Serbian Sava Vladislavić Raguzinski / Snežana Vukadinović -- The ruler and the ruled through the prism of royal birthday celebrations: a close look at two documents / Darin Stephanov -- Anglo-Russian antagonism in the Island of Crete: Eleutherios Venizelos vs. Prince George / Dimitris Michalopoulos -- Deportation of prisoners of war in the context of the demographic seizure of territories: Hungarians in Thrace in the seventeenth century / Milena Petkova-Encheva -- Ports, courier service and logistics along the Black Sea coast and the River Danube in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries / Aleksander Antonov -- The Russo-Turkish war from 1768-1774 in eighteenth-century Russian poetry and the creation of the mythology of power in Russia / Angelina Vacheva -- Austrian diplomats from the Vienna oriental academy on the Balkan Peninsula during the second half of the eighteenth century / Boro Bronza -- The French republic and the Ottoman Empire: the Citoyen Descorches in Constantinople (1793-1795) / Rossitza Tasheva -- European consuls as power brokers in the Ottoman Empire on the Eve of Tanzimat: the British consul Charles Blunt in salonica / Gülay Tulasoğlu -- The Russian influence on the Ottoman Empire in the context of the expansion of Serbian autonomy according to Ottoman archival documents (1829-1833) / Selim Aslantaş -- Spain and the Crimean war / Nadya Manolova-Nikolova -- British diplomats about Russian influence in Serbia in the nineteenth century / Aleksander Rastović -- Ottoman representatives in Romania: diplomatic and consular network of the sultan in a former vassal state / Silvana Rachieru -- The Serbian emigrants issue (1833-1885) as a test of the power and influence of Austria-Hungary and Russia on the Balkans / Momir Samardžić -- Power of the dervishes in the Ottoman Balkans as witnessed by the Shaqā'iq al-Num̀āniyya of Taşköprüzade Ahmed (1495-1561) and narrative sources / Nora Anani-Sia -- Two Habsburg sources of information at the sublime porte in the second half of the sixteenth century / Nedim Zahiorvić -- Traditional aspects of modernity in the nineteenth-century Balkans: the ecclesiastical dimensions of the Bulgarian national movement / Eleonora Naxidou -- The influence of the Hungarian masonic liberals on the modernization of the Corpus Separatum of Rijeka (1875-1906) / Ljubinka Toševa Karpowicz
Control code
FIEb17678626
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
451 pages
Isbn
9783643903310
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)829056914

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