Session1116
TitleThe 'Others' in Medieval Croatia-Dalmatia and Slavonia: Selected Examples, II
Date/TimeWednesday 5 July 2017: 11.15-12.45
 
SponsorDepartment of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb / Croatian Science Foundation, Zagreb
 
OrganiserHrvoje Kekez, Department of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb
 
Moderator/ChairIvan Majnarić, Department of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb
 
Paper 1116-a 'Dives et pauperes, cives et forenses': Urban Elites and Internal and External Others in Medieval Slavonian Cities
(Language: English)
Marija Karbić, Department of History of Slavonia, Syrmia & Baranya, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Index Terms: Daily Life; Economics - Urban; Social History
Paper 1116-b 'Factum fuit civis Ragusii': Perceptions and Attitudes towards New Citizens (novi cives) in Late Medieval Dubrovnik
(Language: English)
Zrinka Pešorda Vardić, Department of Medieval History, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Index Terms: Daily Life; Economics - Urban; Social History
Paper 1116-c The Treatment of Migrants from Bosnia in the Dalmatian Cities during the Catastrophic Periods in the 15th Century
(Language: English)
Zrinka Nikolić Jakus, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
Index Terms: Daily Life; Social History
 
AbstractIn the section the attitudes towards 'Others' in urban societies of medieval Dalmatia and Slavonia will be discussed. The first paper will deal with the attitude of the urban elites of medieval Slavonian cities toward those they considered the others, both inside and outside the cities. The second paper will focus on the Ragusan perceptions and attitudes towards immigrants that were coming to Dubrovnik in the late Middle Ages and creating a distinctive social group (cittadini Ragusei). The final paper will deal with the treatment of migrants from Bosnia by Dalmatian authorities (sheltering and aiding, sending them further away).