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Chivalric migrations to the Czech Lands under the Přemyslids and the early Luxembourgs (cc. 1150 - 1350)

Presented research project concernes one of the most important social phenomena of the high medieval Central Europe: migrations, interethnic relations and social change, that occurred during the great transformation of the „long 13th century”. The principal aim is an examination of social, cultural and political impact of the influx of foreign chivalry in Bohemia and Moravia in the period from mid-twelfth up to the first half of the fourteenth century.

Family variation in historic Europe: patterns, causes, and implications for European developmental inequalities, 1700-1918

This research is funded by the National Science Centre, Poland (POLONEZ fellowship UMO- 2016/23/P/HS3/03984). This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 665778.

Family variation in historic Europe: patterns, causes, and implications for European developmental inequalities, 1700-1918

This research is funded by the National Science Centre, Poland (POLONEZ fellowship UMO- 2016/23/P/HS3/03984). This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 665778.

Greek aristocratic culture (8th-5th centuries B.C.): the life-styles and the systems of values

Among the most important cultural phenomena the European culture owes to the Greeks of the archaic period (from Homer to Pericles, roughly speaking), one should mention the ideals of athletic competition, a mythology focused on the successes and downfalls of semi-divine heroes, a lyric poetry articulating the emotional depths of an individual. Their common denominator is a combination of unbridled individualism with the spirit of competition, an ambition to stand out from one’s community in a rivalry between its paramount members.

Military correspondence of Hetman Janusz Radziwiłł in 1646-1655

National Programme for the Development of Humanities; module 1.1;  no. 11H 12 0174 81. Project for 2013-2017.

Officials and offices in the Kingdom of Poland (1815-1914)

National Programme for the Development of Humanities 2012.

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Poland during the reign of Stanisław August in the light of reports by French diplomatic agents. Edition of correspondence from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The aim of the project is to prepare an edition of letters from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, letters sent by unofficial French agents operating in Warsaw in 1776-1788. The letters are a rich source of information about Poland’s political and social life between the first partition and the inauguration of the Great Sejm.

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