Balcanica Posnaniensia. Acta et studia

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Vol. 30 (2023)
Published 2023 December 1

The scientific journal is owned by the Faculty of History, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań. Between 1984 and 2009 published as a serial (thematic issues), from 2009 switched to yearly issues (thematic and mixed). The journal deals with the area of South-East Europe, retaining an interdisciplinary approach within the general field of humanities. The issues contain articles from a variety of domains, such as history, ethnology, art history, politics, and other humanistic and social ranges. The content is published in English, Russian, French, German, the Slavic languages of the Balkan Peninsula and in Polish. Moreover the journal contains reviews, reports and biographies of great scholars interested in the Balkan issues.

The journal has been founded on the initiative of Prof. Włodzimierz Pająkowski

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DOI: 10.14746/bp
ISSN: 0239-4278
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Błażej Andrzej Cecota
The Abbasid Revolution and its Aftermath in the Chronicle of Theophanes the Confessor. Part Two
PDF (Język Polski)
Mirosław Leszka, Zofia Brzozowska
The Byzantine chronicles of Symeon the Magister and the Logothete (10th cent.) and Joannes Zonaras (12th cent.). Lesser known sources of knowledge on the Balkan and Eastern Europe Slavs (review of research)
Zdzisław Pentek
On the empresses of the Latin Empire (1204–1261) (4). Berengaria of Léon
PDF (Język Polski)
Piotr Wróbel
Rebellion on Hvar island (1510–1514). People’s revolt or Venetian manipulation?
Ilona Czamańska
Ottoman supremacy and the political independence of the Balkan and Central European states
Lilia Zabolotnaia
On the ratio of the main agricultural sectors in the urban economy of the Principality of Moldavia (the end of the 16th century – beginning of the 18th century)
Zbigniew Hundert
Structure of the cavalry group of the Crown Standard-Bearer Mikołaj Hieronim Sieniawski, stationed in Moldavia after the battle of Khotyn (Chocim) in 1673
Yevhen Horb
Military cartography of Serbian lands during the last Austro-Turkish war (1788–1791)
Marzanna Kuczyńska
The life of Saint Paraskeva-Petka of Tarnovo in „Berlin Damaskin”. The genological and thematic aspect
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Maria Pandevska
Considerations on the acculturation process in the light of research on Macedonian emigration to the Principality and Kingdom of Bulgaria (a case study)
Sylwia Nowak-Bajcar
About how „the soul of the nation tunes in on the model of its native surroundings"
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Ivan Milec, Josip Jagodar
The choice of citizens or the regime? Local (self-) government in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1929-1941. A case study of the Slavonski Brod district
Tadeusz Czekalski
Balkan Orthodox Churches in Soviet Union policy (in the first years after the Second World War)
Mateusz Sokulski
Between commemoration and manipulation. The concentration camp in Jasenovac in Serbian memory and public space in the late 1980s and early 1990s
PDF (Język Polski)
Mirella Korzeniewska-Wiszniewska
Ne davimo Beograd (Serbia) as the example of the the new wave urban movement
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The column IUS VALACHICUM has been included into „Balcanica Posnaniensia. Acta et studia” since 2016 (vol. 23). 

It is composed of articles prepared within the scientific project entitled
Vlachs in European and Polish cultural area. Migration - settlement - cultural heritage
(NPRH Grant, 0604/NPRH3/H12/82/2014).