Title
Historiographies of Early Modern Southeast Europe (HEMSEE)
Performing Early-Modern Russia
Ideology as Narrative Worldmaking: Subjects and Space in Roman and Serbian Lands after 1204
Gold in Medieval Serbian Painting
Orthodox Slavic Polemical Writings in the Middle Ages
Dualist Heresies in the History of South-East Europe (9th–15th century)
Muhammad and the Origin of Islam – Stereotypes, Knowledge and Notions in the Byzantine-Russian Culture
The Novgorod First Chronicle – Polish Translation and Scientific Account of the Oldest Chronicle of Novgorod the Great
From Incunabula to First Grammars: Contexts of the Development of the Bulgarian Literary Language (late 15th – early 17th century)
The Cultural Implications of the Migrations of Serbs in the Early Modern Era
Study Studenica: Parametric and Reverse Architectural Design
Luxury, Fashion and Social Status in Early Modern South-Eastern Europe (LuxFaSS)
The Routledge Handbook of East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 500-1300
Bibliography of the History and Archaeology of Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages
Gold-embroideries from Constantinople (15th–19th centuries) in the Byzantine & Christian Museum Collection
Sophia – Wisdom of God Personified: History of Perceptions in the Byzantine-Slavic Culture
Routledge Handbook of Byzantium and the Danube Regions (13th–16th centuries)
The Evolution of the Byzantine Embroidery Tradition in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Slavic World, 1200-1800
On the Origins of the Book Printing in the Ottoman Empire: The Role of Printed Books in the Transmission of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Knowledge
Ainos and Selymbria: Historical Evolution, Urban Planning and Art of Two Important Greek Cities of Eastern Thrace
Maps of Power: Historical Atlas of Places, Borderzones and Migration Dynamics in Byzantium
Royal Women, Cultural Exchanges, and Rus’ Ecumenical Marriages, circa 1000–1250
Eclecticism in Late Medieval Visual Culture at the Crossroads of the Latin, Greek, and Slavic Traditions