The Peace of Passarowitz, 1718

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Charles W. Ingrao, Nikola Samardžić, Jovan Pesalj
Purdue University Press, 2011 - History - 310 pages
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Intro -- Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- List of Figures, Illustrations, and Maps -- General Outlook -- The Habsburg-Ottoman Wars and the Modern World -- The Peace of Passarowitz, 1718: an Introduction -- The Peace of Passarowitz in the Historical Sciences, 1718-1829 -- International Relations, Diplomacy, and Warfare -- The Impact of the Treaty of Passarowitz on the Habsburg Monarchy -- The Peace of Passarowitz in Venice's Balkan Policy -- Twists and Turns in the Diplomatic Dialogue: the Politics of Peacemaking in the Early Eighteenth Century -- The Ottoman Wars and the Changing Balance of Power along the Danube in the Early Eighteenth Century -- Society, Economy, and Trade -- The Influence of the Peace of Passarowitz on Bosnia -- The Crimean Tatars and the Austro-Ottoman Wars -- Making a Prosperous Peace: Habsburg Diplomacy and Economic Policy at Passarowitz -- Implementation of the Commercial Treaty of Passarowitz and the Austrian Merchants, 1720-1750 -- The Navigation and Trade Agreement of 1718 and Ottoman Orthodox Merchants in Croatia and the Military Border -- The Habsburg-Ottoman War of 1716-1718 and Demographic Changes in War-Afflicted Territories -- The Peace of Passarowitz and the Re-establishment of the Catholic Diocesan Administration in Belgrade and Smederevo -- Ideas, Arts, and Culture -- Tracking the Mapmaker: The Role of Marsigli's Itineraries and Surveys at Karlowitz and Passarowitz -- The Festival Book for the Exchange of Austrian and Turkish Deputations in 1719 -- The Emergence of the Baroque in Belgrade -- Patriotism and Propaganda: Habsburg Media Promotion of the Peace Treaty of Passarowitz -- List of Contributors -- Index.

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Charles Ingrao is professor of history at Purdue University. Nikola SamardAiA is professor and chair in modern history at Belgrade University. Jovan PeAalj is a teaching fellow at the Department of History, University of Belgrade.

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