Session342
TitleBalancing on the Rope of Conflict, II: Peace-Shaping and War-Boosting Strategies in Long Term Controversies of Latter Luxemburg Central Europe, c. 1378-1437
Date/TimeMonday 4 July 2022: 16.30-18.00
 
OrganiserKlara Hübner, Ústav pomocných věd historických a archivnictví, Masarykova Univerzita, Brno
 
Moderator/ChairÉloïse Adde, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest/Wien
 
Paper 342-a Rule as Permanent Conflict?: Albert V (II) as Margrave of Moravia and King of Bohemia
(Language: English)
Petr Elbel, Ústav pomocných věd historických a archivnictví, Masarykova Univerzita, Brno
Index Terms: Law; Political Thought; Politics and Diplomacy; Social History
Paper 342-b Sigismund's Political Strategy in the Conflict between the Teutonic Order and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
(Language: English)
Přemysl Bar, Ústav pomocných věd historických a archivnictví, Masarykova Univerzita, Brno
Index Terms: Political Thought; Politics and Diplomacy
Paper 342-c Unwelcomed Strangers: Foreigners at the Court of Sigismund of Luxembourg in Hungary
(Language: English)
János Incze, Ústav pomocných věd historických a archivnictví, Masarykova Univerzita, Brno
Index Terms: Politics and Diplomacy; Social History
 
AbstractSection I focuses on the methodological approach to perpetuated conflicts in the Late Middle Ages. Section II is dedicated to comparative case studies from a wider central European area - the Swiss Confederation, Northern Italy, Hungary, and Poland. The list of agents includes king Wenceslas IV and Sigismund of Luxemburg as well as the city states of Switzerland, the dukes of Mantua, Hungarian noblemen, or players from the Teutonic order.