Balkan History Association Activity Report 2021

Considering the purpose and objectives of the Balkan History Association (Bylaws, Ch. II, Art. 5. and Ch. III, Art. 6), focused on developing, promoting, and publishing interdisciplinary research (works) in the field and sub-disciplines of the history and culture in Read More

CfP: “Ottoman architecture in the Balkans. Рublic buildings in a regional context”

The Ottoman rule of the Balkans continued in varying forms for about six hundred years. Many public buildings and structures were created and/or adapted in the period. Logically, the edifices presented the characteristics of the stages of Ottoman architectural development. Read More

CfP: “Cyrillic manuscripts: a typology of the text, localization of text creation, text creators”

Call for Book Chapters The Balkan History Association invite you to participate in the preparation of a volume on the study of the Cyrillic manuscript heritage of the Balkans and Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages and Early Read More

CfP: “Deportation in East Central Europe in the 20th century – snapshots of invisible incarceration”

The Balkan History Association is preparing a volume dedicated to deportations in the twentieth century with a special emphasis on people deported as a result of totalitarianism. Hiding under the mask of an administrative measure, the authorities found the perfect Read More

CfP: “Material culture and everyday politics in the Balkans (19th-21st century)”

The Laboratory of Folklore and Social Anthropology at Democritus University of Thrace (Greece) and the Balkan History Association (Romania) are preparing a volume dedicated to Balkans, history, geopolitics, language, culture, and society. The volume, entitled “Material culture and everyday politics Read More

CfP: “Cyrillic Manuscripts: From Medieval to Digital”

Call for Book Chapters: “Cyrillic Manuscripts: From Medieval to Digital” Cyrillic medieval and early modern manuscripts behind the Slavonic world have been given less attention by scholars, and researchers on the region prefer to publish articles, not in English, but Read More