CONFERENCE: „Transalpine Transferprozesse im 17. Jh. Die Kaiserinnen Eleonora Gonzaga und Eleonora Gonzaga-Nevers in ihrem Umfeld“, 31.3.-1.4., Vienna (virtual)

Am 2. Februar 1622 heiratete Kaiser Ferdinand II. in Innsbruck die mantuanische Prinzessin Eleonora Gonzaga. Mit dieser Hochzeit begann eine über sechs Jahrzehnte andauernde Epoche engster dynastischer Beziehungen zwischen den Höfen von Wien und Mantua, denn noch zu Lebzeiten Eleonoras wurde ihre Großnichte 1651 die dritte Ehefrau Ferdinands III. Die beiden Kaiserinnen wirkten nicht nur selbst in vielfältiger Weise als Mittlerinnen zwischen ihrem Heimat- und ihrem Aufnahmehof, sondern stießen in ihrem Umkreis mannigfache transalpine Transferprozesse an.

CFP: The Sages of Egypt: Their Works and Activity from the 17th to the Mid-19th Centuries (June 7th 2022)

CFP: The Sages of Egypt: Their Works and Activity from the 17th to the Mid-19th Centuries (June 7th 2022) 

Announcement published by Zvi Zohar on Monday, October 11, 2021

Type: 

Call for Papers

Date: 

November 28, 2021

Location: 

Israel

Subject Fields: 

Atlantic World merchant vessel technology--anecdotal evidence

I am beginning a dissertation project with the working title "Merchant Ship Technology and the Development of the British Atlantic, 1600-1800."  Among other types of sources, I'm looking for anecdotal archival or published primary source material in which those engaged in the shipping business in this world--ship owners, masters, ship builders, state officials, merchants, and mariners--mention or discuss vessel technology in their correspondence, journals, logs, and other written documents.  I'm interested in their opinions, judgments, specifications, and instructions regarding design, rig,

Article Alert: Inheritance and Emotions: Performing the Patriarch in an Aristocratic Stepfamily in Seventeenth-Century Habsburg Hungary

Erdélyi, Gabriella. “Inheritance and Emotions: Performing the Patriarch in an Aristocratic Stepfamily in Seventeenth-Century Habsburg Hungary.” Journal of Family History (August 2020).
doi: 10.1177/0363199020948101.

Abstract

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