Session1016
TitleThe 'Others' in Medieval Croatia-Dalmatia and Slavonia: Selected Examples, I
Date/TimeWednesday 5 July 2017: 09.00-10.30
 
SponsorDepartment of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb / Croatian Science Foundation, Zagreb
 
OrganiserHrvoje Kekez, Department of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb
 
Moderator/ChairMarija Karbić, Department of History of Slavonia, Syrmia & Baranya, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
 
Paper 1016-a The Others and the Croats in Early Medieval Eastern Adriatic History
(Language: English)
Ivan Majnarić, Department of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb
Index Terms: Historiography - Medieval; Political Thought; Politics and Diplomacy
Paper 1016-b Seen by the Western Neighbours: Perception of Slavonian Nobility in the Sources from Northern Italy and Southern Hapsburg Lands in the High and Late Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Hrvoje Kekez, Department of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb
Index Terms: Military History; Social History
Paper 1016-c The Other Half of the Noble Society: Identity and Perception of Noblewomen in Private Spheres and Public Spaces in Croatian Lands at the Turn of the Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Valentina Janković, Department of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb
Index Terms: Social History; Women's Studies
 
AbstractIn this section several examples of perception of 'Others' in medieval Croatian lands will be discussed. Firstly, it will be proceed to view the narratives of the chronicles Gesta Regum Sclavorum and Historia Salonitana regarding to the migration period and emergence of the Croats in history of South-Eastern Europe. Secondly, the perception of Slavonian nobility in Northern Italy and Habsburg Lands in high and late Middle Ages will be analysed. Thirdly, the perception, position, and the role of female members of the higher nobility in both private life and public sphere of Civil Croatia during 16th century will be discussed.