Colloquia. Journal of Central European History. Volume XVI, 2009



Worshipped, Wed and Overworked: the history of central European women from a gendered perspective


Raluca Betea, The Portrait of Hungarian Queen Beatrix of Aragon in the Regiomontanus Codex: An Analysis of Renaissance Portraiture

Emőke Nagy, Motherhood and Sanctity in the Cult of Saint Anne: The Reception of the Saint's Legend Based on Its Earliest Sources from Medieval Hungary, the Teleki, Kazinczy and Érdy codices


Tünde Mária Márton, Divorce in the Szék district during the mid-seventeenth century


Anca Gogîltan, From Mothers in the Home to Mothers of the Nation: The Image of Women in Saxon Publications at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century (c. 1860-1930)


Violeta Barbu, Cendrillon va au bal: le droit d'être historienne


Hajnalko Harbulo, Gender differences in working and organizational culture: Women workers at an industrial workplace



"Women on top" and the ascent of men: A brief discussion of the advance and advantages of gender as an analytical tool. Convened by Bridget Heal and Simone Laqua-O'Donnell


View Points

"My long life has not been a bed of roses": an interview with Professor Viorica Guy Marica convened by Ciprian Firea



Katalin Péter


Gabriella Erdélyi, The Hungarian Miss Marple and the Adventures of Early Modern History. A Profile of Katalin Péter


"I am walking in history ... as I do in everyday life". An interview with Katalin Péter convened by Gabriella Erdélyi


Source Book

Klára Jakó, Additional information regarding the financial status of Voievods Constantin Şerban and Mihnea III Radu



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