The Place of the European Tributary States on the Periphery of the Ottoman Empire

 29 May
 MTA Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont Történettudományi Intézete
 Úri utca 53. - 1014 - Budapest - Hungary
 Gabor Karman
Conference program: 29 May 10:15 Welcome address: Pál Fodor (HAS RCH, Budapest) Panel I : Tributary Rulers as Instruments of the Ottoman State Machinery Chair: Pál Fodor (HAS RCH, Budapest) 10:30–11:00 Ovidiu Cristea (“Nicolae Iorga” Institute of History, Bucharest): The News, the Porte, and Its Tributaries: The Wallachian and Moldavian Case (From the Fifteenth to the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century) 11:00–11:30 Gáspár Katkó (HAS RCH, Institute of Literary Studies, Budapest): The Integration of Moldavia and Wallachia into the Ottoman Empire 11:30–12:00 Tetiana Grygorieva (National University of „Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, Kyiv): The Scope of Being Tributary: The Negotiations of Hetman Doroshenko about Accepting Ottoman Protection 12:00–12:30 Andriy Zhyvachivskyj (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw): The Crimean Khans and the Governors of the Kefe Province in the Persian Campaigns in the End of the Sixteenth and in the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century According to Mühimme Defters Panel II: Cooperation and Conflict between the Ottoman Tributaries Chair: Géza Dávid (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest) 13:30–14:00 Marian Coman (“Nicolae Iorga” Institute of History, Bucharest): Wallachia as a Channel of Ottoman Diplomacy: The Making of the Transylvanian Principality 14:00–14:30 Sándor Papp (University of Szeged): Transylvania’s Role in the Rivalry between Radu Şerban and the Movilăs 14:30–15:00 Teréz Oborni (HAS RCH, Institute of History, Budapest): Conflicting Approaches to the Transylvanian libera electio: Ottoman, Habsburg, Local 15:30–16:00 Radu G. Păun (EHESS Centre d’Etude des Mondes Russe, Caucasien et Centre Européen; Paris): Calling for Justice and Protection: Tributaries as Petitioners to the Imperial Stirrup (Wallachia and Moldavia, Sixteenth-Seventeenth Centuries) 16:00–16:30 Mária Ivanics (University of Szeged): Mehmed Giray IV of Crimea, the Opponent of the Rákóczi Princes of Transylvania 16:30–17:00 Klára Jakó (HAS RCH, Institute of History, Budapest): The Role of Moldavia and Wallachia in the Transylvanian Princes’ Diplomacy at the Sublime Porte 30 May Panel III: Border Provinces as Tools of Control over the Tributaries Chair: Géza Pálffy (HAS RCH, Institute of History, Budapest) 10:00–10:30 Viorel Panaite (University of Bucharest / Institute of South-Eastern European Studies of the Romanian Academy Bucharest): Watching over the Neighbouring Provinces in the Ottoman Empire: The Case of the Danubian Principalities in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries 10:30–11:00 Erica Mezzoli (Università degli Studi di Trieste): Trade, Bureaucracy and Corruption in Seventeenth-Century Ottoman Bosnia: The Ragusean Experience of a Complex Relation 11:00–11:30 Dariusz Kołodziejczyk (University of Warsaw / Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw): Daghestan during the Long Ottoman–Safavid War of 1578–1639: The Relations of the Shamkals with Ottoman Pashas 12:00–12:30 Ruža Radoš (University of Dubrovnik): Eighteenth-Century Relations between Ottoman Bosnia and the Republic of Dubrovnik: Murders on the Border 12:30–13:00 Liviu Pilat („Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi): The Challenges of the Frontier: Stephen the Great and Malcocoglu Bali Bey between Confrontation and Cooperation 13:00–13:30 Gábor Kármán (HAS RCH, Institute of History, Budapest): Kissing the Pasha’s Hands? Audiences of Transylvanian Envoys at Buda Panel IV: Tributary Rulers as Players in the Political Games of the Ottoman Elite Chair: Gabriella Erdélyi (HAS RCH, Institute of History, Budapest) 14:00–14:30 Balázs Sudár (HAS RCH, Institute of History, Budapest): The Transylvanian Princes’ Contacts with the Beylerbeyis of Eger 14:30–15:00 Natalia Królikowska (University of Warsaw): Designers or Obedient Executors of the Ottoman Policy towards the Crimean Khanate and the Circassian Beys? The Governors of the Caffa and Trabzon Provinces in the Years 1681–1725 15:30–16:00 Michał Wasiucionek (European University Institute, Florence): A Moldavian Ruler, a Circassian Bride and the Ottoman Factionalism in the Seventeenth Century: The Political Entanglements of Vasile Lupu’s Second Marriage 16:00 Conclusions

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