Sibiul
Mária Pakucs, LuxFaSS Post-doctoral researcher, recently published a monograph entitled Sibiul veacului al XVI-lea. Rânduirea unui oraș transilvănean [Sixteenth Century Sibiu], Humanitas, București, 2018.
For more information see http://www.humanitas.ro/humanitas/sibiul-veacului-al-xvi-lea
Brill


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
For more information see http://www.brill.com/products/book/women-consumption-and-circulation-ideas-south-eastern-europe-17th-19th-centuries
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].
For more information see http://www.humanitas.ro/files/media/patima-si-desfatare.pdf
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.
For more information see http://www.buechercafe.ro/artikel.html?nummer=54967
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]
For more information see http://www.humanitas.ro/files/media/deznadajduita-muiere.pdf

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.


Giulia CALVI, Healing, Translating, Collecting. Doctor Michelangelo Tilli across the Ottoman Empire (1683) pdf


Anastasia FALIEROU, Urban Transformation of the Mytilinian Bourgeoisie. The Case of the Kourtzis Family pdf


Constanța VINTILĂ-GHIȚULESCU, Using Luxury and Fashion for Constructing a Social Status. The Case of Ianache Văcărescu pdf


Maria PAKUCS, Transylvanian Sumptuary Laws in the Early Modern Period. Preliminary Observations on the Idea of Luxury pdf


Michal WASIUCIONEK, Silks and Stones. Fountains, Painted Kaftans, and Ottomans in Early Modern Danubian Principalities pdf


Nicoleta ROMAN, Iordache Filipescu, the ”Last Great Boyar” of Wallachia and His Heritage. A World of Power, Influence, and Goods pdf


Liviu PILAT, A New Episode of the Diplomatic Conflict over Moscovite Fur and Moldavian-Polish-Ottoman Relations in the Mid-Sixteenth Century pdf


These texts are also available as Open Access on the academic platform https://zenodo.org


Liviu Pilat, The idea of luxury between the history of consumption and political thought and its implications for the history of Southeastern Europe in Analele Științifice ale Universității ”Alexandru Ioan Cuza” din Iași. Serie nouă. Istorie, tom LXII, 2016, pp. 43-52

Liviu Pilat, ”Men in Exotic Dress”, Sixtus IV and Crusade: A Fresco of Corsia Sistina and its meaning in Medieval and Early Modern Studies for Central and Eastern Europe, VIII (2016), pp. 27-37

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. For more information see http://hunghist.org/issue-current/79-hhr-issue/410-volume-6-issue-1

Mária Pakucs-Willcocks, Spices and Exotic Foods in 17th Century Transylvania: The Customs Accounts of Sibiu in Violeta Barbu, Angela Jianu (eds.), Earthly Delights. Economies and Cultures of Food in Ottoman and Danubian Europe, c. 1500-1800, Leiden, Brill, 2018, pp. 295-310.

https://brill.com/abstract/title/33617

Mária Pakucs-Willcocks, Transit Trade and Intercontinental Trade during the Late Middle Ages: Textiles and Spices in the Customs Accounts of Brașov and Sibiu in Balázs Nagy, Felicitas Schmieder, András Vadas (eds.), The Medieval Networks in East Central Europe. Commerce, Contacts, Communication, Routledge, 2018

https://www.routledge.com/The-Medieval-Networks-in-East-Central-Europe-Commerce-Contacts-Communication/Nagy-Vadas-Schmieder/p/book/9781138554856?fbclid=IwAR2f2eK6dbbad4OvZ0ZqhBFfhdK4Ymfl2VPkN3GrGtk-HTgtlem3iJNbvzE