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Research Seminar Series of the IOS Economics Department

Time: Tuesdays, 2-3.30 pm
Place: IOS, until further notice via ZOOM, Registration.
Programme

Research Laboratory “History and Social Anthropology of (South) East Europe”

Time: Thursdays, 2-4 or 4-6 pm
Place: IOS, until further notice via ZOOM
Programme

Infrastructure in East and Southeast Europe in Comparative Perspective: Past, Present and Future

8th Annual Conference of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS).
Poster

Hybrid
Date
: 23 and 24 September
Time: For details see the program
Location: Online via Zoom (Meeting-ID: 884 439 7929, Kenncode: 337230) / Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 319).
Guests are welcome to join us online – link to be announced.
Program

Online
Date
: 5 and 19 October, 16:00
Time: For details see the program
Location: Online via Zoom (Meeting-ID: 824 5820 1575, Kenncode: 797053).
Program

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Historische Bücherkunde Südosteuropa [Historical Bibliography Southeast Europe]

Edited by Mathias Bernath, Karl Nehring
Editorial Office: Gertrud Krallert, Gerhard Seewann
The Historische Bücherkunde Südosteuropa (Historical Bibliography Southeast Europe) was published as a commentated bibliography on the history of the entire region of Southeast Europe, including its great empires – the Byzantine Empire, the Ottoman Empire and the Habsburg Monarchy. The annotated bibliographical references were limited to the period from the 6th century to 1918.

Volume 1: Mittelalter [Middle Ages].
Part 1: Munich 1978. XV, 671 pages (Südosteuropäische Arbeiten, 76.1).
Part 2: Munich 1980. XXVI, pages 674–1683. (Südosteuropäische Arbeiten, 76.2).

Volume 2: Neuzeit [Modern Age].
Part 1: Osmanisches Reich, Makedonien, Albanien [Ottoman Empire, Macedonia, Albania]. Munich 1988. XXV, 519 pages (Südosteuropäische Arbeiten, 76.3).
Part 2: Rumänien 1521–1918 [Romania 1521–1918]. Edited by Manfred Stoy. Munich 2002. XX, 687 pages (Südosteuropa-Bibliographie / Supplementary Volume, 4).