Constanța VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU (Principal Investigator)

September 21st - 22nd

International colloquium Le marriage dans l’Europe Méditerranéenne de la fin du Moyen Age a nos jours

Athens, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Paper: Mobilité et Mariage mixte dans l’Europe du Sud-Est (XVIIIe et XIXe siècle)

For more details see the programme [link]

June 21st

Lecture A Wallachian Boyar in Emperor Joseph II’s Court

University of Münster - Forschungskolloquium Frühe Neuzeit

For more information see https://www.uni-muenster.de/Geschichte/histsem/veranstaltungen/kolloquien/fruehe_neuzeit.html

June 9th

Lecture Living in the Phanariothe Bucharest

CERC, Bucharest

https://cerc.ly/

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May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: Self-Fashioning and Travel: a Young Artisan and His Memoirs (1814-1817)

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro

December 31st
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Giulia CALVI (Senior Researcher)


Artemis YAGOU (Senior Researcher)

May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: Material Aspects of a New Awareness: The case of Pesaro Trefoil Jugs with Greek Verses (late 18th – early 19th centuries)

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro


Liviu PILAT (Senior Researcher)

May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: The Diplomatic Conflict of Muscovite fur and Moldavian-Polish-Ottoman Relations in mid-16th Century

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro

April 5th - 8th

The 5th Annual International Conference on Byzantine, Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Art, Literature, Historical, Social and Cultural Studies

Nicosia, Cyprus

Paper: 'Men in exotic dress', Sixtus IV and crusade: a fresco of Corsia Sistina and its meaning

https://issuu.com/artcyprus4/docs/othellos_island_2017_programme

Maria PAKUCS (Post-doctoral Researcher)

May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: "Turkish" Textiles in Transylvanian Sources in the Early Modern Period

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro

April 20th – 21st

International workshop Venezia e l’Europa Orientale tra il tardo Medioevo e l’Eta moderna Istituto Romeno di Cultura e Ricerca Umanistica di Venezia

Venice, Italy

Paper: "Between Venice and Vienna: circulation of goods and people in the 17th and 18th centuries based on Transylvanian sources"

http://icr.ro/venezia

Anastassia FALIEROU (Post-doctoral Researcher)

June 8th

International workshop Luxury and Exoticism: Textiles and Dress in Museums and Historical Houses
Wolverhampton, University of Wolverhampton

Paper: Studying Ottoman Women’s Clothing through Sadberk Hanim Museum CollectionStudying Ottoman Women’s Clothing through Sadberk Hanim Museum Collection

http://events.history.ac.uk/event/show/15912

May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: Ottoman Costumes between East and West

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro


David CELETTI (Post-doctoral Researcher)

May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: Material and Immaterial Circulations. France, Venice and the Levant in the late 18th Century

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro


Michal WASIUCIONEK (Post-doctoral Researcher)

July 24th–28th

ICOSEH 2017

International Congress of Ottoman Social and Economic History, European University Institute

Universitaty of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria
http://icoseh2017.weebly.com

Paper: The Circuits of Gift Exchange and Christian Ottomanization on the Periphery: Moldavian-Wallachian Elites and Early Modern Ottoman Circuits Gift Exchange (section Elites and Social Networks)

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May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: Garments, Signatures, and Ottoman Self-Fashioning in the Imperial Periphery: Moldavian Voyvode Ștefan Tomșa and Ottomanization in the Early Seventeenth Century

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro


Nicoleta ROMAN (Scientific Assistant)

May 11th - 12th

International workshop Circulation of people, objects and knowledge across South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (16th-19th centuries)

Florence, European University Institute

Paper: Dowry Contracts, Women’s Objects and the Circulation of Goods in mid-19th Century Wallachian Families

www.eui.eu/events/detail.aspx?eventid=129980
www.nec.ro

March 9th

Lecture within the Research Group Reflections on the Political and Social History of the 18th and 19th Centuries (GRIPS)

New Europe College, Bucharest

"Women and trade activities in the Romanian society at the beginning of 19th century"

http://grips.nec.ro/data/pdfs/grips-meetings/Afis_Spre%20o%20lume%20a%20negotului.pdf

Constanța VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU (Principal Investigator)

Lectures (in Berlin)


July 31st

Romanian Cultural Institute – Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

Paper: Mode und Soziale Identität Zu Beginn Der Neuzeit (Rumänische Fürstentümer, 18-19 J.H)

May 31st

Freie Universität Berlin – Friedrich Meineche Institut

Paper: Luxury and Social Status of the Romanian Boyars during the Ottoman Domination (18th–19th centuries)

April 26th

Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin – Tuesday Colloquim

Paper: Going to the Courts: Romanian People and the Meaning of Justice (18th–19th centuries)


Conference Participation:

October 28th - 29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South-Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: “What do sumptuary laws say about luxury and consumption? The Romanian Principalities in the Premodern Era”

September 28th -29th

University of Vienna, International Conference: Governing Inter-Imperial Areas Between te Adriatic and the Black Seas

Paper: “Making a law, observing a rule: Codification and Practice in the Romanian Principalities: 1780–1834”

July 4th – 5th

International Workshop People, Trade, Gifts and Beyond: the Circulation of Goods and Practices between the Ottoman Empire and Europe (16th–19th Centuries), Centre March Bloch, Berlin

Paper: “On the road: commodities and travellers in the Ottoman Lands”

March 31st

European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC), Valencia

Organized-panel Women, Consumption and the Circulation of Ideas in South-Eastern Europe, 17th–20th Centuries

Paper: “‘Curls and Forelocks’: Romanian Women Emancipation towards Luxury and Fashion, 1780-1850”

March 30st

European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC), Valencia

Paper: “Gender and Crime in Archival Research” in the session Crime, Gender and Violence in a Historical Perspective

February 4th-5th

Law-making and Law-interpreting: Russia, 17th to 21st centuries, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

Paper: “Count Pavel Dmitrievich Kiselyov and judicial reform in the Romanian Principalities”


Giulia CALVI (Senior Researcher)

October 28th - 29th

Luxury and Consumption in South-Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: “Is fashion a European phenomenon ?”

July 4th - 5th

International Workshop People, Trade, Gifts and Beyond: the Circulation of Goods and Practices between the Ottoman Empire and Europe (16th-19th Centuries), Centre March Bloch, Berlin

Paper: “Luxury comes from the East. Fashioning ‘à l’indienne’ between the Ottoman Empire and Italy (18th–19th centuries)”


Artemis YAGOU (Senior Researcher)

October 28th -29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South-Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”The comb and the book. Some findings of object-based research on Greek women in 18th century Ottoman Empire”

September 14th - 17th

Second European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Turkologentag), Hamburg

Organized Panel ’Non-Muslims in the Ottoman Empire’

Paper: "Luxury and Greek Women in the Ottoman Empire in the 18th Century: Developing a Research Agenda"

March 31st

European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC), Valencia

Paper: “Images of Greek Women (17th–18th centuries) in the Collection of the von Parish Kostümbibliothek in Munich”


Liviu PILAT (Senior Researcher)

October 28th - 29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South-Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”The concept of luxury between the history of consumption and political thought and its implications for the history of South-Eastern Europe”

September 14th - 17th

Second European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Turkologentag), Hamburg

Paper: ”The Ottoman influence on Physical Appearance and Political Thought in Moldavia (16th Century)”


Maria PAKUCS (Post-doctoral Researcher)

November 10th - 13th

International Conference Cluj-Napoca / 700 Kolozsvar/ Klausenburg

Paper: ”Turkish goods in Sibiu/Hermannstadt”

October 28th - 29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South-Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”Ottoman cotton and silk in 17th century Transylvania: Luxury or everyday items?”

March 31st

European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC), Valencia

Paper: ”’Turkish’ Textiles in South-Eastern Europe: Circulation and Distribution in the Early Modern Period”

July 4th - 5th

International Workshop People, Trade, Gifts and Beyond: the Circulation of Goods and Practices between the Ottoman Empire and Europe (16th-19th Centuries), Centre March Bloch, Berlin

Paper: ”Long-distance and local trade in the customs accounts of Sibiu/Hermannstadt in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries”


Anastassia FALIEROU (Post-doctoral Researcher)

October 28th - 29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”Fashionable dresses and luxurious consumption in the island of Lesvos: an evil for female virtue?”

September 14th - 17th

Second European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Turkologentag), Hamburg

Paper: ”Non-Muslims as Agents of Westernization in the Ottoman Empire”


David CELETTI (Post-doctoral Researcher)

October 28th - 29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”Western Luxury Goods in the Ottoman Empire. Methodological Approaches for Studying Consumption and Trade in Eastern Mediterranean”

October 14th

International Conference Flux Réels versus Flux Immatériels, University of Clermont-Ferrand – Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Clermont-Ferrand.

Paper: ”Le commerce de luxe et la construction d’espaces immatériels. France et Empire Ottoman entre les 17e et 18e siècles”

October 12th - 13th

30th International Comeniological Colloquium, J. A. Comenius Museum, Unie Comenius, Institut of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Uherský Brod, Czech Republic

Paper: "Frontiers within a city–state. The case of the Venetian Fondaci in Early Modern International Trade Networks”

October 6th - 8th

International Conference Balkian Worlds III: Power Networks in the Imperial and Post-Imperial Balkans (18th–20th centuries), University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki

Paper: ”French Luxury Exports in 18th Century Ottoman Empire: Business, Diplomacy and Cultural Interchange”

September 14th - 17th

Second European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Turkologentag), Hamburg

Paper: ”French Communities in 18th Century Ottoman Empire: Diplomacy, Daily Life, Trade and Cultural Interchange”

June 30th

International Conference La diffusion des produits ultra-marin en Europe (XVI–XVIIIe siècle), Université Paris 1–Panthéon-Sorbonne and Université de Nantes, Nantes

Paper: ”La Cochenille à Venise. La création d’un colorant de luxe entre XVIe et XVIIe siècles”


Michal WASIUCIONEK (Post-doctoral Researcher)

October 28th - 29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”Ottomanizing Moldavian-Wallachian elites: luxury, consumption and elite identity in the 17th century imperial periphery”

October 7th - 9th

INOCTE: International New Tendencies Congress in Ottoman Researches conference organized by Selcuk University, Sarajevo

Paper: ”Researching Ottoman Political Households: Where do we go now?”

October 4th - 8th

Comité International des Études Pré-Ottomanes et Ottomanes (CIÉPO) 22nd Congress organized by Karadeniz Teknik University, Trabzon

Panel co-organized with Erica Mezzoli (University of Trieste) and Mukaram Hhana (Smith College, Northampton)

June 26th - 28th

Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) – International Association for the Humanities (MAG) Summer Convention ‘’Images of the Other’’, L’viv, Ukraine

Paper: ”Constructing the Other: ‘Greeks’ and ‘Turks-at-heart’ in the Seventeenth-Century Moldavia and Wallachia”


Nicoleta ROMAN (Scientific Assistant)

October 28th - 29th

International Conference Luxury and Consumption in South Eastern Europe (15th–19th centuries). Methodological Approaches, New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”Women and luxury goods in 19th century Wallachia”

August 24th - 27th

13rd International Conference on Urban History, co-organized by University of Helsinki and European Association for Urban History, Helsinki

Paper: ”Luxury goods, consumption and social life through the lens of a Mid-19th Century Romanian urban household”

May 20th–21st

International Workshop ’Mobilities’ in the Black Sea Region

Co-organized by New Europe College and University of St. Gallen

New Europe College, Bucharest

Paper: ”Women Travellers and (Pre)Modern Romania: Profiles, Interests and Expectations”