Historický ústav akademie věd České republiky, v. v. i.

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PRANIĆ Martina
“They have earned enemies in their own nest”: The Context and Consequences of Marin Držić’s Conspiracy Letters to Cosimo I de’ Medici
s. 167–187

ПРАНИЦ Мартина
„Взрастили врагов в собственном гнезде“: Контекст и последствия конспиративных писем Марина Држича Козимо I Медичи

“They have earned enemies in their own nest”: The Context and Consequences of Marin Držić’s Conspiracy Letters to Cosimo I de’ Medici

Taking the example of Marin Držić’s attempted conspiracy with the Florentine duke, Cosimo I de’ Medici, this article looks at theatricality as one of the key processes in the society of early modern Republic of Ragusa. This article discusses the ambiguous historical evidence testifying to dubious diplomatic actions of the celebrated author, who was a relatively powerless citizen in Ragusa at the time. The article further explores the repercussions of the discovery of the letters and the enduring consequences of this event that reshaped not only Držić’s historical persona, but also perceptions of political stability in Ragusa and could potentially change the view on the possibilities of an individual’s agency in state-building.

Keywords: Marin Držić, Ragusan Republic, Cosimo I de’ Medici, conspiracy, early modern theatre

Obraz muslimské společnosti v Bosně a Hercegovině na stránkách Sarajevského Listu (1881–1891)
s. 189–222

Образ мусульманского общества в Боснии и Герцеговине на страницах Сараевского листа (1881–1891)

The Image of Muslim Society in Bosnia and Hercegovina in the pages of Sarajevski List (1881–1891)

This article sketches in the image of Muslims in Bosnia and Hercegovina in the newspaper Sarajevski list, the official gazette of the Austro-Hungarian occupation government, at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The study is temporally circumscribed to the period from the establishment of the above-named gazette to the founding of the newspaper Bošnjak, the first modern Muslim periodical in the country. Its analysis focuses on the quantity of reports on Muslims, the content, extent, and diction of official and non-official messages and, finally, also on the relevance of this reporting in relation to Muslim everyday life. The reports dedicated to the Islamic faithful are set into the broader context of building a state administrative apparatus which was governed by the Land Government in Sarajevo, and an ideological framework that was significantly influenced Benjámin Kállay, the Austro-Hungarian minister of finances and informal governor of Bosnia and Hercegovina at that time.

Keywords: Austro-Hungarian Empire, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Muslims, Bosniaks, Sarajevo

Od Titova odchodu k Černěnkově smrti. Československo a Jugoslávie v první polovině 80. let 20. století. Základní obrysy vývoje vzájemných vztahů
s. 223–275

От ухода Тито к смерти Черненко. Чехословакия и Югославия в первой половине 80-х лет XX в. Основные черты взаимоотношений.

From Tito’s Demise to Chernenko’s Death: Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia in the First Half of the 1980s: A Basic Outline of the Development of Mutual Relations

This study analyzes the broad and many-layered complex of relations between Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia in the years 1980–1985, a period symbolically delimited by the deaths of Josip Broz Tito and Konstantin Chernenko. From this period onward, the bilateral political contacts were still powerfully influenced by the residue of mistrust and suspicion that had arisen earlier. At the same time, however – particularly under the influence of the conspicuous deterioration of the leftist authoritarian regimes in Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia – the Belgrade and, particularly, Prague governments began to seek paths to rapprochement with the partner country. Some of the areas where this took place were the development of trade and other forms of economic commitments, the growth of Czechoslovak tourism in the eastern Adriatic region, and generally, in cultural cooperation. In the bilateral contacts there were still lingering manifestations of potential conflicts (the relationship with the Yugoslav émigré community in the years 1948–1953, approaches to the Macedonian question, the emigration of citizens of the ČSSR through Yugoslavia to the West). Their influence on the mutual cooperation of these countries in the period analyzed weakend gradually rather than precipitously.

Keywords: Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, political ties, economic relations, tourism, emigration, ethnic problems, Macedonian question, diplomacy, normalization regime, post-Tito period


PANOV Vladimír
On the Contents of Niklas Warkotsch’s 1594 Report in the Light of His Moscow Missions
s. 277–292

ПАНОВ Владимир
К содержанию сообщения Николая Варкоча 1594 г. в свете его московской миссии

On the Contents of Niklas Warkotsch’s 1594 Report in the Light of His Moscow Missions

This article treats the origin and contents of a report from 19 March 1594 written by Niklas Warkotsch, the envoy of the Roman-German empire. It provides evidence that this is a description of Warkotsch’s second mission to Moscow, and not the third as has beenw claimed by Friedrich von Adelung. From the analysis and comparison of Austrian and Russian primary sources it transpires that this document is a description of the delegation sent in 1593‒1594 to Moscow. During this mission Warkotsch was negotiating for a broad anti-Turkish coalition and for the support for the Holy Roman Empire’s military ambitions. According to some opinions, the imperial legate then also unintentionally hastened the demise of the head of Russian diplomacy, Andrey Shchelkalov.
The overall purpose of Warkotsch’s mission, concisely described in this article, was to strengthen relations with Moscow as well as to foster their shared opposition to Poland and later also to the Turks. Despite this, neither an alliance between the empire and Russia nor a broad-based anti-Turkish coalition were ever created, which was due to the variances in the two sides’ political interests and in their manners of tackling political problems, and not at all on account of mistakes made by Warkotsch.
Key words: Niklas Warkotsch, Holy Roman Empire, Habsburgs and Russia, 16th century diplomacy


Piotr Maciej MAJEWSKI, Bojovat, či ustoupit? Možnosti obrany Československa na podzim 1938
(Pavol Jakubec)
s. 293–297

Magdaléna POKORNÁ –. Robert ADAM (eds.), Karel Havlíček. Korespondence II 1843–1844
(Matěj Matela)
s. 298–302

Zbyšek ONDŘEKA – Jan SAHEB, Českoslovenští legionáři z Těšínska
(Ondřej Varaďa)
s. 302–304

Enes OMEROVIĆ, Politička djelatnost dr. Mehmeda Spahe (1906.–1939.): Bošnjaci pod jugoslovenskom diktaturom
(Mihad Mujanović)
s. 305–313

Attila SIMON, Magyar idők a Felvidéken 1938–1945. Az első bécsi döntés és következményei
(Miroslav Michela)
s. 313–318

Svjatoslav LYPOVEC’KYJ, Meč „Ščerbec’” ta ukrajins’ki vorota
(David Svoboda)
s. 319–321

Hanuš NYKL (ed.), Vybrané kapitoly z ruského myšlení 20. století. N. O. Losskij, I. A. Iljin, S. I. Gessen, L. N. Gumiljov
(Josef Šaur)
s. 321–324

s. 325–331


Záhřebský Kliofest 2018
Kliofest, Zagreb, 2018
(Boris Mosković)
Загребский Клиофест 2018
(Борис Москович)
s. 333–337

Jubileum Marty Romportlové
Marta Romportlová’s Jubilee
(Vladimír Goněc)
Юбилей Марты Ромпортловой
(Владимир Гонец)
s. 337–338

Konference „... oddanie SŁUŻBIE bez reszty“, Varšava – Rembertów 13. června 2019
Conference: “Oddanie SŁUŻBIE bez reszty”, Warsaw – Rembertów, 13 June 2019
(Jiří Friedl)
Конференция „... oddanie SŁUŻBIE bez reszty“, Варшава — Рембертув 13 июня 2019
(Иржи Фридл)
s. 339–340

Nové centrum pro studium východní Evropy v České republice
A New Center for Eastern European Studies in the Czech Republic
(Marek Příhoda)
Новый центр для изучения Восточной Европы в Чешской республике
(Марек Пршигода)
s. 340–347

Mezinárodní konference o dějinách Bosny a Hercegoviny v Sarajevu
An International Conference about Bosnia and Hercegovina History in Sarajevo
(Ladislav Hladký)
Международная конференция об историографии Боснии и Герцеговины
(Ладислав Гладкий)
s. 347–350

Konference k jubileu cara-imperátora Alexandra II.
A Conference on the Anniversary of Tsar-Emperor Alexander II
(Zbyněk Vydra)
Конференция, посвященная юбилею царя-императора Александра II.
(Збынек Выдра)
s. 350–352


Mgr. Mihad Mujanović
Katedra jihoslovanských a balkanistických studií, Filozofická fakulta,
Univerzita Karlova
Náměstí Jana Palacha 2, 116 38 Praha-Staré Město

Mgr. Vladimír Panov
Historický ústav, Filozofická fakulta,
Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích
Branišovská 31a, 370 05 České Budějovice

prof. PhDr. Jan Pelikán, CSc.
Katedra jihoslovanských a balkanistických studií, Filozofická fakulta,
Univerzita Karlova
Náměstí Jana Palacha 2, 116 38 Praha-Staré Město

Dr. Martina Pranić
Ústav anglofonních literatur a kultur, Filozofická fakulta,
Karlova Univerzita
Náměstí Jana Palacha 2, 116 38 Praha-Staré Město

PhDr. Ondřej Vojtěchovský, Ph.D.
Ústav pro studium totalitních režimů
Siwiecova 2, 130 00 Praha 3