The complex and entangled character of the contemporary Balkan cuisines has been emphasized usually to stress their richness, based on borrowings taken from the “Orient”, Mediterranean basin or Central Europe. However, the history of the occurrence of all these entanglements is not that clear.
Brownbag Seminars: Current Research on Southeastern Europe
Brownbag seminars are organised by the Centre for Southeast European Studies together with the Centre for Southeast European History regularly since 2011. The seminars provide a forum for scholars at the university and visiting fellows to present their current research projects and discuss them with others in an informal setting.
The brownbag seminar had to be cancelled.
My project “‘Their Souls, Land, and Churches:’ Franciscan Monasteries in Ottoman Bosnia, Seventeenth-Nineteenth Centuries” examines the history of the Franciscan monasteries in Bosnia in their Ottoman context, focusing on the period from the seventeenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries.