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Los Commentarios de Phelippe Segundo de Pedro de Navarra: Descripción del manuscrito BH FG 1909
Cabello Martín, Mercedes
Pecia Complutense : Boletín de la Biblioteca Histórica de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid , 2011,
Abstract: La Biblioteca Histórica de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid conserva, desde el a o 2006, el manuscrito de una obra de Pedro de Navarra, inédita y desconocida hasta ahora, titulada Commentarios de Phelippe Segundo. En ella se narran los hechos sucedidos entre los a os 1553 y 1559, en los reinados de Carlos I y de Felipe II. El objeto de este artículo es describir el manuscrito, analizar su contenido y estudiar su procedencia.Since 2006, the Biblioteca Historica of the Universidad Complutense of Madrid holds an unpublished and unknown manuscript of a work of Pedro de Navarra, with the title Commentarios de Phelippe Segundo (Comments on Philip II of Spain). This manuscript describes the events between 1553 and 1559, during the reigns of Charles I and Philip II of Spain. The aim of this paper is to describe the manuscript, to analyze its contents and to study its provenance.
The Roman Catholic Denominational Education between the World Wars
Nóda Mózes
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2002,
Abstract: After the unification process of 1918, in the former Hungarian State schools Romanian language was introduced as a teaching language. Consequently, the Hungarian as a teaching language was solely preserved in the vocational schools. The governments showed little understanding toward the minorities' vocational schools, aiming rather at the unification of the scholar system. The Roman Catholic Church sustained and administrated hundreds of elementary and secondary schools, many of them having a multi-secular history. Based on the documents from the churches' archives, this study presents the efforts of the Roman Catholic Church to preserve and maintain all these schools.
The Roman Catholic Denominational Education between the World Wars
Nóda Mózes
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2002,
Abstract: After the unification process of 1918, in the former Hungarian State schools Romanian language was introduced as a teaching language. Consequently, the Hungarian as a teaching language was solely pre- served in the vocational schools. The governments showed little understanding toward the minorities vocational schools, aiming rather at the unification of the scholar system. The Roman Catholic Church sustained and administrated hundreds of elementary and secondary schools, many of them having a multi-secular history. Based on the documents from the churches archives, this study presents the efforts of the Roman Catholic Church to preserve and maintain all these schools.
Separatismo (Separatism)
H. W. Arndt
Moneta e Credito , 2000,
Abstract: Most of the world's trouble spots arise from separatism, passionate demand for autonomy or independence by ethnic minorities--Kosovo, ETA, Kashmir, Tamil Tigers, East Timor and many others. This article tries to explain this phenomenon. It needs to be distinguished from the dissolution of empires and from irredentism and civil wars. Its motives are often religious, especially Moslem, but Kurdistan and ETA represent ethnic minorities. Western public opinion tends to support the separatist cause. The best hope of avoiding conflict rests on the grant of a measure of political autonomy and rights to religious freedom and use of the national language.
Un 'ambasciata veneta a Clarenza presso Caterina di Valois nel 1341, da documenti inediti
Tzavara, Angeliki
Anuario de Estudios Medievales , 2003,
Abstract: In 1341, a Venetian ambassade arrived at Clarenza in order to meet the only Empress in name latin, Catherine de Valois, who was with her son Robert in Morea, so as to consolidate her power. The reason of the diplomatic mission was the continuous protestations made by the Venetians against the intollerance and and the erosion of their ancient commercial privileges. The objectives of the ambassade were no only to demand a compensation but, above all, to ask for the reaffirmation of the merchants'privileges by the new lords of the Principate. Nel 1341, un'ambasciata veneta giunse a Clarenza presso l'imperatrice latina titulare di Costantinopoli Caterina di Valois, la quale si trovava in Morea, assieme al figlio Roberto, per consolidare il proprio potere. Le cause dell'invio della missione diplomatica erano state le continue proteste del Veneziani per il clima d'intolleranza e per l'erosione degli antichi privilegi commerciali. Gli obiettivi dell'ambasciata erano sì chiedere gli indennizi, ma soprattutto riaffermare nei confronti dei nuovi signori del principatoi privilegi già goduti dai mercanti.
A arte da infelicidade: A Pianista, de Elfriede Jelinek, entre tradi??o e mass-media
Krausz, Luis S.;
Pandaemonium Germanicum , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1982-88372011000100006
Abstract: the purpose of this article is the contextualization of elfriede jelinek's die klaverspielerin within the tradition of social criticism in austrian literature, to which several authors from the interbellum period belong. after 1945, austria's literary establishment strove to create social peace by means of the diffusion of a harmonistic ideology. the aim of this ideology was to reestablish a system of values inherited from the monarchy in te 2nd. republic and the emergence of a literature of protest and estrangement in austria in the 1980's can be seen as a reaction against this project of restoration of an anachronistic ideology. the central conflict structuring jelinek's narrative - a conflict between erika kohut, her mother and walter klemmer - is here seen as a kind of metaphorical representation of conflicts characteristic of a society divided between its attachment to the glories of a vanished cultural tradition and the unremitting assault of global mass media, structured over parameters that are diametrically opposed to this tradition. at the same time, i attempt to situate specific ways of behavior and weltanschauungen portrayed in this novel within the cultural atmosphere where they emerge, particularly that of the so-called ?sterreich ideologie, pointing to principles of social conviviality that seem to derive from habsburg ideology and which remain as partly unconscious and illusory undercurrents in austrian culture in the 1980's and 1990's.
Vojvodina - a region based on the Serbian ethnicity and its denial
Njegovan Drago
Zbornik Matice Srpske za Drustvene Nauke , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/zmsdn1239259n
Abstract: The issue of regionalism and the autonomy of certain areas is mainly related to the ethnic composition of the population. The idea of the autonomy of Vojvodina as a Serbian region in the Habsburg Monarchy was created back in 1690. It came into being 150 years later by the decision of the 1848 May Assembly. In a significantly different form, it lasted ten years as the Serbian Voivodship and Temi var (Timisoara) Banat. In the next fifty years, a autonomous Serbian Vojvodina was just a dream. At the end of World War I the areas of Vojvodina, on the basis of the right to self-determination, entered the Kingdom of Serbia and thus became part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, i.e. Yugoslavia. The idea of the autonomy of Vojvodina was then discarded. Some liberal politicians, supported by the Croats, tried to restore it in the interwar period but this option did not receive any support of voters at the elections. The illegal Communist Party politically promoted the idea of the autonomy of Vojvodina in a federalized Yugoslavia, which was achieved during World War II. At the end of the war, the autonomous Vojvodina remained part of Serbia, and according to the 1974 Constitution, it became a part of federal Yugoslavia. During the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the autonomy of Vojvodina within Serbia was preserved but recently, after the so-called democratic changes of 2000, domestic and foreign (EU and NATO) political engagement in Serbia has been more directed towards the greater autonomy of Vojvodina, and even its separation from Serbia, despite the two-thirds Serbian majority living in the Province.
The Siege of Petrovaradin of Ottoman Empire in 1694 From The Aspect of Imre Th k ly
Hüseyin ?EVKET,?a?atay ?APRAZ
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2010,
Abstract: Studying the sources found in the countries which fell under the rule of the Ottoman Empire undoubtedly plays an important role in the development of the Ottoman historiography. Studying the Hungarian sources is important as it helps to get a picture about the situation/state of the westernmost vilayets of the Empire and the changes and the development in the policy of the central Ottoman administration towards the West. This study is based on a part of the diary of Imre Th k ly who was the king of Central Hungary appointed by Sultan Mehmed IV.The diary provides actual and detailed data about the way how the Ottoman army was driven out of Hungary after their defeat in Vienna in 1638. Imre Th k ly played a great role in the campaigns of this period, so we can get to know the military and economic situation through the point of the Kuruc general who was also the appointed king of Central Hungary in one person. An important factor in the periodization was the Ottomansí unsuccessful siege in Petrovaradin in the autumn of 1694.
A Campaign of the Great Hetman Jan Zamoyski in Moldavia (1595). Part I. Politico-diplomatic and military preliminaries
Dariusz Milewski
Codrul Cosminului , 2012,
Abstract: Polish-Turkish relations in the sixteenth century were generally peaceful, but the source of a conflict remained because of recurring bouts of Tatars and Cossacks, and the unexpired Polish claims to sovereignty over Moldavia. The outbreak of the war between the Ottomans and the Habsburgs in 1593 offered for Poland an opportunity to strengthen its policy in the southeast. The movement of the Christian vassals of the Sultan to the side of the Emperor Rudolf II resulted in the relocation of military operations to the territory of today’s Romania. The subordination of the Romanian lands to the Habsburgs or their complete subjugation by the Ottomans was dangerous to Rzeczpospolita. Thus, in the summer of 1595, the Chancellor and the Great Hetman of the Crown Jan Zamoyski decided to enter with a part of Polish troops to Moldavia.
La guerra como desastre. Sus consecuencias psicológicas
Pe?a Galbán,Liuba Yamila; Espíndola Artola,Arnaldo; Cardoso Hernández,Jorge; González Hidalgo,Tomás;
Humanidades M??dicas , 2007,
Abstract: in over 100 war conflicts that have occurred in the last 10 years, m ore than 80 percent of the victims were civilians. the scope of recent studies has been increasingly focused on psychological and social effects among civilians who are the target and main victims of contemporary wars. this article is an explanation of why war is considered a disaster, a revision of modern terms for war, disaster and the psychological effects of war on civilians, the training of children as soldiers, and the resulting mental disorders. it touches upon sexual violence problem as a war weapon. women, adolescents and young children are often violated and forced into sexual slavery or any other type of sexual abuse, causing humiliation and psychological, ethical and moral damage, which can affect social groups, communities, social classes, or races. the deterioration or destruction of the economic, social and political infrastructure of the countries in conflict hinders the satisfaction of the citizens' basic needs. the most common psychological effect among war victims is posttraumatic stress, but there are also other mental disorders which must be taken into consideration
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