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Croatian History in the Early Modern Period

Code: 67665
ECTS: 5.0
Lecturers in charge: izv. prof. dr. sc. Marko Rimac
doc. dr. sc. Nikša Varezić
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1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 30
Seminar 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
The purpose of the course is to explain the concept of the Croatian early modern age and to define the periodization, as well as the most important events in that period. On this basis, the political and administrative division of Croatian historical countries during the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries will be presented, as well as the organization and functioning of military border societies. Due attention will be paid to the organization of the Croatian space during the early modern age. The institutions of church government and their transformation in Croatia will also be presented. Furthermore, the early modern social structures in the Croatian area under Habsburg, Ottoman and Venetian jurisdiction will be analyzed. The specific development of the Republic of Dubrovnik will take its place within the content of this course. Finally, special attention will be paid to the elaboration of the basic signs of absolutism in the Croatian lands, the Theresian and Josephine reforms in the 18th century. This retrospective of the Croatian early modern period also refers to all phases of cultural epochs.
  1. Neven Budak: Hrvatska i Slavonija u ranome novom vijeku
  2. Željko Holjevac, Nenad Moačanin: Hrvatsko-slavonska Vojna krajina i Hrvati pod vlašću Osmanskoga carstva u ranome novom vijeku
  3. Josip Vrandečić, Miroslav Bertoša: Dalmacija, Dubrovnik i Istra u ranome novom vijeku
  4. Nenad Moačanin: Turska Hrvatska. Hrvati pod vlašću Osmanskog Carstva do 1791.
Optional literature:
  1. Mirjana Gross (ur.): Društveni razvoj u Hrvatskoj od 16. do početka 20. stoljeća
3. semester
Mandatory course - Regular studij - History
Consultations schedule: