Drago Roksandić - Nataša Štefanec (eds.).
Constructing Border Societies on the Triplex Confinium. International Project Conference Papers (Graz, December 9-12, 1998).
CEU History Department Working Paper Series 4. Budapest, 2000, pp. 288, 13 maps, 41 illustrations. English.
List of maps
List of Illustrations
Preface by the editors
Rieber, Alfred J. (USA-CEU Budapest) Triplex Confinium in Comparative Context: Caucasus
Bracewell, Wendy (London). Frontier Blood-brotherhood and the Triplex Confinium
Wolff, Larry (Boston). Disciplinary Administration and Anthropological Perspective in Venetian Dalmatia: Official Reflections on the Morlacchi from the Peace of Passarowitz to the Grimani Reform
Novello, Elisabetta (Venice-Padua) Crime on the Border: Venice and the Morlacchi in the Eighteenth Century
Moačanin, Nenad (Zagreb). Exposing Existing Fallacies Regarding the Captaincies in the Bosnian Frontier Area Between the 16th-18th Centuries
Lazanin, Sanja – Štefanec, Nataša (Zagreb). Habsburg Military Conscription and Changing Realities of the Triplex Confinium (16th-18th Centuries)
Holjevac, Željko (Zagreb). The "Triplex Confinium" in Habsburg-Venetian Relations at the End of the Seventeenth Century
Gruber, Siegfried (Graz). Good Luck for Pioneers and Bad Luck for Latecomers: Different Settlement Patterns in Resettling Lika Around 1700
Faber, Eva (Graz). Lika and Krbava under the Administration of the Inner Austrian Court Chamber
Faragó, Tamás (Budapest). Spontaneous Population Movements in the Hungarian Kingdom During the Early Eighteenth Century with Special Attention to the Croatian and Serbian Immigration
Fürst-Bjeliš, Borna (Zagreb). Cartographic Perceptions of the Triplex Confinium and State Power Interests at the Beginning of the 18th Century
Blažević, Zrinka (Zagreb). Croatia on the Triplex Confinium: Two Approaches
Roksandić, Drago (Zagreb). Stojan Janković in the Morean War, or of Uskoks, Slaves and Subjects.
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