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PUBLIC LECTURES
  on Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 17:30 p.m.

Late Medieval Croatia. Challenges, Opportunities, Outcomes

Faculty Tower 409

 

Lecturer(s):
Borislaw Grgin

Institute:
University of Zagreb



This lecture will present an overview of the social, political, economic and cultural development in medieval Croatia from the end of the fourteenth until the second quarter of the sixteenth century. This development will be followed through events, structures, and processes that had the most profound impact on Croatian history in this period. The aim is to try to detect those challenges and opportunities that were crucially important and their effects on various social groups in late medieval Croatia.

Dr Borislav Grgin is a professor of European Medieval History at the Department of History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. He is the chief editor of the scientific periodical Radovi Zavoda za hrvatsku povijest.
His research interests are late medieval Croatian and Central European history. He is the author of three books (in Croatian) on King Matthias and Croatia, on European and Mediterranean medieval history (with Ivo Goldstein) and on Romanian medieval and Early Modern history. He is also the author of various articles published in Croatia and abroad in Croatian, English, and German. His recent research includes a study of the late medieval town and county of Požega and a Croatian edition of the fifth volume of Antonio Bonfini's Rerum ungaricarum decades.



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