Constanța VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU (editor), Women, Consumption, and the Circulation of Ideas in South-Eastern Europe, 17th- 19th centuries, Brill, 2017, 244 p.
The volume gathers the firsts results of the LuxFaSS project, with chapters signed by the principal investigator Constanța Vintilă-Ghițulescu and team members Giulia Calvi, Artemis Yagou, Anastasia Falierou, David Celetti and Nicoleta Roman
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Patimă și desfătare
Constanța Vintilă-Ghițulescu, LuxFaSS Principal Investigator, recently published a monograph entitled Patimă şi desfătare. Despre lucrurile mărute ale vieţii cotidiene, Humanitas, Bucureşti, 2015 [Passion and Pleasure. Everyday life in the Romanian Society].
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zu urkundt in das Stadbuch lassen einschreiben
Mária Pakucs-Willcocks, LuxFaSS post-doctoral researcher, recently published a collection of documents entitled „zu urkundt in das Stadbuch lassen einschreiben”. Die ältesten Protokolle von Hermannstadt und der Sächsischen Nationsuniversität (1522-1565), Hermannstadt, Schiller, 2016.
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Deznădăjduita muiere
Nicoleta Roman, LuxFaSS scientific assistant, recently published a monograph entitled „Deznădăjduită muiere n-au fost ca mine”. Femei, onoare și păcat în Valahia secolului al XIX-lea, Humanitas, București, 2016 [Women, honour and sin in 19th century Wallachia]
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All the texts submitted as "working papers" respect certain rules and are reviewed by an Academic Advisory Board.

October 5th - 6th --- International workshop "Luxury, Fashion and Social Status in Early Modern South-Eastern Europe"

The texts presented to this scientific event are currently under publication, but there are still available as "working papers". All these papers are going to be peer reviewed by at least two external, foreign evaluators. After the authors will make the necessary adjustments, the texts will be available for the public.

Michal Wasiucionek, Conceptualizing Moldavian Otomanness: Elite Culture and Ottomanization of the Seventeenth-Century Moldavian Boyars in Medieval and Early Modern Studies for Central and Eastern Europe 8 (2016), pp. 39-78.

Maria Pakucs, Between ''Faithful Subjects'' and ''Pernicious Nation'': Greek Merchants in the Principality of Transylvania in the Seventeenth Century in Hungarian Historical Review 6, no. 1 (2017), pp. 111-137 (online access - April 2018)