Call for Papers: From the Dnipro to the Danube: War, Diplomacy, and Political, Cultural and Social Relations between the Romanian Principalities and the Ukrainian Lands in the Early Modern Era

English, Romanian, Ukrainian and Polish version. The Balkan History Association is preparing a volume on relations between the Romanian principalities (Moldavia, Wallachia, Transylvania) and the Ukrainian lands in the early modern era. During this period political transformations and complex processes Read More

Call for Papers: Contested Histories: The Albanians in the Balkans

The Albanians – Christians and Muslims alike – in the Balkans, are a people of great interest, not just within the context of the Ottoman period, but also during the following one, when Southeastern Europe began to break up into 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: Visions of Constantinople: The City and its Peoples

Constantinople, modern Istanbul stands at the conjunction of Europe and Asia. Founded on the site of Byzantium by Constantine in 330 CE its significance religiously, politically, and culturally in the succeeding centuries from its foundation cannot be over-emphasised. But what Read More

CfP: “Warfare in the Twentieth Century Europe: The Balkan Wars from the Ottoman Turkish Perspective”

Call for Book Chapters BHA: “Warfare in the Twentieth Century Europe: The Balkan Wars from the Ottoman Turkish Perspective” The end of the 19th century was a period when the colonial race between the Great Powers was intensified, especially with Read More