The workshop on "The Time of Diplomacy" takes place at the European University in Florence on October 6, 2021. Prof. Jan Hennings (CEMS senior member) will discuss the transformation of the field of Diplomatic History over the last decade.
CEMS Best Thesis Awardfor MA students in the Advanced Certificate Program in Eastern Mediterranean Studies this year goes to Mariia Golovina (History, 2YMA) for her thesis “Knowledge and Reciprocal Diplomacy: Alberto Vimina’s Embassy to Moscow (1655) and Ivan Chemodanov’s Embassy to Venice (1656)” supervised by Professor Jan Hennings and Tijana Krstic.
John is currently pursuing a PhD in Byzantine Greek with the Department of Classics at Harvard University. He received his MA from the Department of Medieval Studies with an Advanced Certificate in Eastern Mediterranean Studies in 2019. His thesis, entitled “Narrating the Byzantine Border: Wilderness Landscape in Kekaumenos and Digenes Akrites,” was supervised by Volker Menze and Baukje van den Berg.
We are delighted to inform you that the CEMS-award for the best MA-thesis (which includes 250 EUR) written by a student who signed up for the Advanced Certificate in Eastern Mediterranean Studies this year goes to Rabia Merve Demirkan Aydogan(History, 2YMA) for a thesis on "Schools for the Holy City: Education, Imperial Loyalty and Missionaries in Late Ottoman Jerusalem, 1876-1909."
Emese Muntan, "Uneasy Agents of Tridentine Reforms: Catholic Missionaries in Southern Ottoman Hungary and Their Local Competitors in the Early Seventeenth Century," Journal of Early Modern Christianity, Volume 7: Issue 1, May 2020, pp 151-175.
Tolga U. Esmer. ‘War, State and the Privatisation of Violence in the Ottoman Empire’, in Robert Antony, Stuart Carroll, and Caroline Dodds Pennock (eds.), The Cambridge World History of Violence, 1500-1800 CE, Vol. III (2020), 194-216.