Segregation, Integration, Assimilation: Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Medieval Towns of Central and Eastern Europe

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Derek Keene, Balázs Nagy, Katalin Szende
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009 - 263 Seiten
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This volume illustrates the variety of ways in which minorities found a place in towns - as citizens, outsiders, or in some other role - and how that could vary according to local circumstances or over time. By focusing on the formative period of European urban history, it reveals much about medieval society.
 

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Various Ethnic and Religious Groups in Medieval German Towns?
15
Russians in Livonian Towns in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth
33
propter disparitatem linguae et religionispares ipsis non esse
51
Foreign Ethnic Groups in the Towns of Southern Hungary in
67
The Multiethnic Capital of Medieval Hungary
89
Ethnic and Religious Minorities
115
Minorities and Foreigners in Bulgarian Medieval Towns in
135
Four Towns under the Rule of Carlo I
153
The Towns of Medieval Hungary in the Reports of Contemporary
169
Zones of Royal Ecclesiastical and Civic
179
The Multilingual Character of Late
205
Index
251
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Über den Autor (2009)

Derek Keene is Honorary Fellow and Professor at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London.

Balazs Nagy is Associate Professor in the Department of Medieval and Early Modern European History at the Etovos Lorand University and in the Department of Medieval Studies at the Central European University.

Katalin Szende is Associate Professor in the Department of Medieval Studies at the Central European University.

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