Selected Recent and Forthcoming Publications


Krstić, Tijana. Belief, Practice, and Communal Politics in the Ottoman Age of Confessional Polarization: Collection of Primary Sources in Translation (Gorgias Press, forthcoming 2022).


Kstić, Tijana. Entangled Confessionalizations? Dialogic Perspectives on the Politics of Piety and Community Building in the Ottoman Empire, 15th–18th centuries, edited with Derin Terzioǧlu (Gorgias Press, submitted, forthcoming 2021.

Krstić, Tijana. "İbrāhīm Efendi (d. 1697), an Ottoman Scribe Turned Dominican Monk, and His Library between Constantinople and Venice," Buyurdum ki—Festschrift Claudia Römer, ed. Y. Köse, H. Çelik, G. Prochaska (forthcoming, 2021)

Krstić, Tijana. "Afterword," in Kostas Sarris, Nikolas Pissis and Miltos Pechlivanos (eds), Confessionalization and/as Knowledge Transfer in the Greek Orthodox Church, εκδόσεις (Harrassowitz, forthcoming 2021).

"Krstić, Tijana. 'Confessionalization' of Sunni Islam? Utility and Limits of the Concept in the Early Modern Ottoman Context," in Einheit und Vielheit – Europa pluralisieren?, Vol. I/2 ("Ordnungsmodelle und Pluralisierung"), ed. Irene Dingel (Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz, forthcoming 2021)

Krstić, Tijana. "Introduction" in T. Krstić and D. Terzioğlu eds., Entangled Confessionalizations? Dialogic Perspectives on the Politics of Piety and Community Building in the Ottoman Empire, 15th–18th centuries (Gorgias Press, forthcoming 2021).

Krstić, Tijana. "Can We Speak of 'Confessionalization' beyond the Reformation? Ottoman Communities, Politics of Piety, and Empire Building in an Early Modern Eurasian Perspective," in T. Krstić and D. Terzioğlu eds., Entangled Confessionalizations? Dialogic Perspectives on the Politics of Piety and Community Building in the Ottoman Empire, 15th–18th centuries (Gorgias Press, forthcoming 2021).


Hennings, Jan. 'Andrew Marvell in Russia: Secretaries, Rhetoric, and Public Diplomacy', Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 50 (2020), 565-586. Co-authored with E. Holberton.

Hennings, Jan. 'Rang und Kultur: Vergleiche in der Geschichte russisch-europäischer Beziehungen', in F.-J. Arlinghaus, P. Schuster, (eds.), Rang oder Ranking? Dynamiken und Grenzen des Vergleichs in der Vormoderne (Konstanz, 2020), 17-36.

Kontler, L. Maximilian Hell (1720-1792) and the Ends of Jesuit Science in
Enlightenment Europe (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020), co-authored with Per Pippin Aspaas.

Kontler, L. "Inventing 'humanity': early-modern perspectives", H. Haara, M. Immanen and K.
Stapelbroek (eds.), Helsinki Yearbook of Intellectual History I: Passions, Politics and
the Limits of Society (Oldenbourg: De Gruyter, 2020), 25–46

Krstić, Tijana. Historicizing Sunni Islam in the Ottoman Empire, c. 1450-c. 1750, edited with Derin Terzioǧlu (Brill, 2020)

Krstić, Tijana. “Historicizing the Study of Sunni Islam in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire,” in Historicizing Sunni Islam in the Ottoman Empire, c. 1450-c. 1750, co-edited with Derin Terzioglu (Brill, 2020), 1-27.

 Krstić, Tijana. "You Must Know Your Faith in Detail: On the Role of Knowledge and Boundaries of Belief in Ottoman Catechisms from the Age of Confessional Polarization," in Historicizing Sunni Islam in the Ottoman Empire, c. 1450-c. 1750, co-edited with Derin Terzioglu (Brill, 2020), 155-195.


Baark, J., “Miniaturization and Mechanical Sculptures in Canton: Technique and Techne in Cross-Cultural Exchange”, Technology and Culture (forthcoming).

Baark, J., “Traditional Practice and Clay Portraiture in Qing China”, Cultural Heritage: Kulturarv or 文化遗产: An Attempt Towards a One-word Dictionary, Eds.: Zhang Xihua and Ingolf Thuesen, Center for Denmark Studies (CDS), published by Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (forthcoming).

Grusiecki, T., "Michał Boym, the Sum Xu and the Reappearing Image," Journal of Early Modern History 23 (2019): 296-324.

Hennings, J. "Information and Confusion: Russian Resident Diplomacy and Peter A. Tolstoi’s Arrival in the Ottoman Empire (1702–1703)", International History Review 41 (2019): 1003-1019.

Hennings, J., "Textual Ambassadors and Ambassadorial Texts: Literary Representation and Diplomatic Practice in George Turberville’s and Thomas Randolph’s accounts of Russia (1568-9)", in Cultures of Diplomacy and Literary Writing in the Early Modern World, eds. T. Sowerby, J. Craigwood (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019), 175-189.

Krstić, Tijana. “State and Religion, ‘Sunnitization’ and ‘Confessionalism’ in Süleyman’s time,” in P. Fodor, ed., The Battle for Central Europe: The Siege of Szigetvar and the Death of Suleyman the Magnificent and Miklos Zrinyi (1566) (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Brill, 2019), 65-91.

Radway, R., “Brief Notes on the Long War in the Early Modern News Cycle,” Austrian History Yearbook 50 (2019): 17-33.

Radway, R., “The Hussar Targe: Real and Imagined Shields on the Borderlands between Habsburg and Ottoman Europe,” in Schilde des Spätmittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Raphael Beuing und Wolfgang Augustyn, Veröffentlichungen des Zentralinstituts für Kunstgeschichte in München 46 (Passau: Klinger, 2019), 377-386.

Radway, R., “Muddling East and West: Costume and Identification in the Ottoman-Habsburg Borderlands,” in Politics of Dress and Identity, ed. Tineke Rooijakkers (Leiden: Brill, forthcoming).

Wilke, C., "Semi-Clandestine Judaism in Early Modern France: European Horizons and Local Varieties of a Domestic Devotion," in Religious Changes and Cultural Transformations in the Early Modern Western Sephardic Communities, ed. Yosef Kaplan (Leiden: Brill), 113-136.


Al-Bagdadi, N., Marno, D., Riedl, M. eds., The Apocalyptic Complex: Perspectives, Histories, Persistence (Budapest, New York: CEU Press).

Baark, J., "The Tranquebar Palampore: Trade, Diplomacy, and “A Little amusement” in an Early Modern Indo-Danish Textile." Eighteenth-Century Studies 52, no. 1.: 69-92.

Grusiecki, T., "Uprooting Origins: Polish-Lithuanian Art and the Challenge of Pluralism," in Globalizing East European Art Histories: Past and Present, ed. Beáta Hock and Anu Allas  (London, New York: Routledge), 25-38.

Hennings, J., Russia and Courtly Europe: Ritual and Diplomatic Culture 1648-1725New Studies in European History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Paperback edn.). 

Perczel, I., "Accommodationist Strategies on the Malabar Coast: Competition or Complementarity?", in The Rites Controversy in the Early Modern World, eds., P. A. Fabre, I. Zupanov (Leiden: Brill), 189-232.

Radway, R., “The Captive Self: The Art of Intrigue and the Holy Roman Emperor’s Resident Ambassador at the Ottoman Court in the Sixteenth Century,” Journal of Early Modern History 22: 1–25.

Radway, R., “Christians of Ottoman Europe in Sixteenth-Century Costume Books,” in The Dialectics of Orientalism in Early Modern Europe, ed. Marcus Keller and Javier Irigoyen-García (London: Palgrave Macmillan), 173–93.

Riedl, M., “Longing for the Third Age: Revolutionary Joachism, Communism, National Socialism”, in Companion to Joachim of Fiore, ed. Matthias Riedl (Leiden: Brill, 2018), 267-318.

Riedl, M., “Introduction: The Resilience of the Apocalyptic” (co-authored with David Marno/Stanford), in The Apocalyptic Complex: Perspectives, Histories, Persistence, ed. Nadia Al-Bagdadi, David Marno, Matthias Riedl (Budapest, New York: CEU Press), vii-xxi.

Riedl, M., ed., A Companion to Joachim of Fiore (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition, vol, 75) (Leiden: Brill).

Wilke, C., "Autorretrato picaresco de un mercader: El 'discurso de la vida' de Francisco López Villanueva en la Inquisición de Toledo," in Caminos de leche y miel: Jubilee Volume in Honor of Michael Studemund-Halévy, Volume I: History and Culture, ed. Harm den Boer, Anna Menny, and Carsten Wilke (Barcelona: Tirocinio), 275-297.

Wilke, C., "The Ark on Stage: A Calderonian Allegory and its Crypto-Judaic Transformation by Antonio Enríquez Gómez," in Portuguese Jews, New Christians, and 'New Jews:' A Tribute to Roberto Bachmann, ed. Claude B. Stuczynski and Bruno Feitler (Leiden: Brill), 277-299.

Wilke, C., "Isaac Orobio, the Sceptic Dogmatiser," in Isaac Orobio: The Jewish Argument with Dogma and Doubt, ed. Carsten Wilke (Berlin: De Gruyter), 1-14.

Wilke, C., "Clandestine Classics: Isaac Orobio and the Polemical Genre among the Dutch Sephardim," in Isaac Orobio: The Jewish Argument with Dogma and Doubt, ed. Carsten Wilke (Berlin: De Gruyter), 57-76.

Wilke, C., "O segredo dos doutores: um círculo de académicos cripto-judeus em Lisboa, 1593-1614," in Belmonte: Inquisição, criptojudaismo, marranismo, ed. António Bento (Covilhã: Universidade da Beira Interior / Editora LabCom.IFP), 189-211.

Wilke, C., "Torah Alone: Protestantism as Model and Target of Sephardi Religious Polemics in the Early Modern Netherlands," in Polemical Encounters: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Iberia and Beyond, ed. Mercedes García-Arenal and Gerard Wiegers (University Park: Penn State University Press), chapter 13.


Baark, J., "Decorum: Courtly Posturing in the Visual Economy of Indo-Danish Diplomacy". In Visual Histories of India: New Methodologies and Perspectives on South-Asian History, Eds. Annamaria Montrescu-Mayes and Marcus Banks, (New Delhi: Primus), 

Ben-Yami, H., "Filosofia, scena XVII: entra l'automa," La Voce di Hora, no. 42: 67-74.

Grusiecki, T., “Connoisseurship from Below: Art Collecting and Participatory Politics in Poland-Lithuania, 1587–1648,” Journal of the History of Collections 29, no. 2: 209–226.

Grusiecki, T. “Foreign as Native: Baltic Amber in Florence,” World Art 7, no. 1: 3–36.

Hennings, J. (co-edited with T. Sowerby), Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c. 1410-1800. Routledge Research in Early Modern History (London and New York: Routledge).

Krstic, T., "From Shahāda to ‘Aqīda: Conversion to Islam, Catechization, and Sunnitization in Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Rumeli," In Islamisation: Comparative Perspectives from History, ed. Peacock A.C. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press), 296-314.

Radway, R., "Vernacular Diplomacy: The Culture of Sixteenth-Century Peace Keeping Strategies in the Ottoman–Habsburg Borderlands,” Archivum Ottomanicum 34: 193–204.

Riedl, M., “Terrorism as ‘Apocalyptic Violence’ On the Meaning, and Validity of a New Analytical Category”, Social Imaginaries 3, no. 2: 77-107.

Sebök, M., Birnbaum, M. D., eds., Practicing Coexistence: Constructions of the Other in Early Modern Perception (Budapest and New York: CEU Press).

Wilke, C., "Where Geometry Meets Kabbalah: Paul Yvon’s Esoteric Engravings," in Lux in Tenebris: The Visual and the Symbolic in Western Esotericism, ed. Forshaw P.J. (Leiden: Brill), 179-205.

Wilke, C., “Le malentendu de Heiligenstadt: Des paradoxes du converti au cliché du marrane,” in Entre judaïsme et christianisme: Les conversions en Europe, de l'époque moderne à l'apparition de l’antisémitisme politique, ed. Paola Ferruta and Daniel Tollet (Paris-Louvain: Peeters, 2017), 25-50.


Esmer, T., "Notes on a Scandal: Transregional Networks of Violence, Gossip, and Imperial Sovereignty in the Late Eighteenth Century Ottoman Empire," Comparative Studies in Society and History 58, no. 1: 99-128. 

Hennings, J., Russia and Courtly Europe: Ritual and the Culture of Diplomacy, 1648-1725. New Studies in European History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Hennings, J., ‘Andrei Ivanovich Lyzlov’, in Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History 1500-1900. Volume 8: Northern and Eastern Europe (1600-1700), ed. D. Thomas et al. (Leiden: Brill), 951-959.

Hennings, J., ‘“A perfect relation of the reception, audience, and dispatch, of all ambassadors from foreign princes, sent unto the emperour of All Russia”: Personal und Dokumentation des frühneuzeitlichen Gesandtschaftsrituals im russisch-englischen Vergleich’, Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung 52 (Beiheft), 71-94. 

Kontler, L., "Enlightenment and Empire," in The Encyclopedia of Empire, eds. J. MacKenzie et al. (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell).

Krstić, T., "New Directions in the Study of Conversion to Islam in Ottoman Rumeli, 14th – 17th Centuries – Reconsidering Methods, Theories and Terminology," in The Ottoman Conquest of the Balkans—Interpretations and Research Debates, ed. O. J. Schmitt (Austrian Academy of Sciences), 167-188.

Perczel, I., "Documents about Mar Abraham and the European Missionaries', in Ignatius Payyappilly, ed)., Mar Abraham and the Saint Hormis Church [Malayalam and English: മാർ അബ്രാഹവും സെൻറ് ഹൊർമിസ് ദേവാലയവും] (Angamaly: Saint George’s Forane Church), 90-131.

Perczel, I. (co-edited with A. Chong, P. Moura Carvalho, C. Onn, K. Parry, L. Arnold, M. da Conceição Borges de Sousa, W. R. Sargent), Christianity in Asia: Sacred Art and Visual Splendour (Singapore: Asian Civilisations Museum).

Perczel, I., “Monuments of Indian Christian Art: Problems of Genres, Dating and Context,” in Christianity in Asia: Sacred Art and Visual Splendour, eds. Pedro Moura Carvalho, Clement Onn, István Perczel, Ken Parry, Lauren Arnold, Maria da Conceiáo Borges de Sousa, William R. Sargent (Hawaii: University of Hawai'i Press), 38-49.

Riedl, M. "Apocalyptic Violence and Revolutionary Action: Thomas Müntzer's Sermon to the Princes," in A Companion to the Premodern Apocalypse, ed. M. A. Ryan (Leiden: Brill), 260-296.

Szende, K., "Town Foundations in East Central Europe and The New World: The Use of the Grid Plan in a Comparative Perspective," in Medieval East Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective: From Frontier Zones to Lands in Focus, eds. Jaritz, G, Szende, K. (London and New York: Routledge), 157-184.

Wilke, C., "Sephardi and Ashkenazi Conceptions of World History: From Gedaliah Ibn Yahya to David Gans," Judaica Bohemiae 51, no. 1: 111-126.

Wilke, C. "Manuel Fernandes Vila Real at the Portuguese Embassy in Paris, 1644–1649: New Documents and Insights," Journal of Levantine Studies 6: 153‑176.


Ben-Yami, H., Descartes’ Philosophical Revolution: A Reassessment (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Kontler, L. 'Historical Discourses and the Science of Man in the Late Eighteenth Century: Separate Scottish and German Paths?', in J.-F. Dunyach, A. Thomson, eds., The Enlightenment in Scotland: National and International Perspectives (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation), 107-139.

Kontler, L. (with Per Pippin Aspaas), 'Before and After 1773: Central European Jesuits, the Politics of Language and Discourses of Identity in the Late Eighteenth Century Habsburg Monarchy', in G. Almási, L. Subarić, eds., Latin at the Crossroads of Identity. The Evolution of Linguistic Nationalism in the Kingdom of Hungary (Leiden: Brill), pp. 95-118.

Krstić, T., Van Gelder, M., eds., 'Cross-Confessional Diplomacy and Diplomatic Intermediaries in the Early Modern Mediterranean' (Special issue) Journal of Early Modern History 19 (2).

Krstić, T., 'Reading Abdallah b. Abdallah Tarjuman’s Tuhfa (1420) in the Ottoman Empire: Muslim-Christian Polemics and Intertextuality in the Age of Confessionalization', Al-Qantara 36 (2), 341-401.

Krstić, T., 'Islam and Muslims in Early Modern Europe', in Oxford Handbook of Early Modern European History1350-1750Vol. I: Peoples & Places, ed. Hamish Scott (Oxford: Oxford University Pres), pp. 670-693.

Perczel, I., 'Cosmopolitismes de la Mer d’Arabie: Les chrétiens de saint Thomas face à l’expansion Portugaise', in, C. Lefèvre, I. Županov, Jorge Flores, eds., Cosmopolitismes en Asie du Sud: Sources, intinéraires, langues (XVIe-XVIIIe siècle) (Paris: Éditions de l’École des hautes études en sciences sociales), pp. 143-169.

Sebök, M. 'The Galley-Slave Trial of 1674: Conviction and Expulsion of Hungarian Protestants', in J. Tolan, ed., Expulsion and Diaspora Formation: Religious and Ethnic Identities in Flux from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century. (Turnhout: Brepols), pp. 135-148.

Szende, K., 'Scapegoats or Competitors? The Expulsion of Jews from Hungarian Towns on the Aftermath of the Battle of Mohács (1526)', in J. Tolan, ed., Expulsion and Diaspora Formation: Religious and Ethnic Identities in Flux From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Turnhout: Brepols), pp. 51-83.

Wilke, C., 'Contraband for the Catholic King: Jews of the French Pyrenees in the Tobacco Trade and Spanish State Finance', in R. Kobrin, A. Teller, eds., Purchasing Power: The Economics of Modern Jewish History (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press), pp. 46-70, 276-287.

Wilke, C., 'Conversion Theology among Sixteenth-Century Portuguese Jews: Protestant and Islamic Subtexts', in J.A.R. da Silva Tavim, M.F. Lopes de Barros, L.L. Mucznik, eds., In the Iberian Peninsula and Beyond: A History of Jews and Muslims (15th-17th centuries) (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing), vol. I, pp. 252-265.

Wilke, C., 'From Deicide to Diaspora: The Construction of Jewish World History in Johann Jakob Schudt's Latin Writings', Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge 40, 141-165.

Wilke, C., Histoire des juifs portugais, second edition (Paris: Éditions Chandeigne).

Wilke, C., 'Losing Spain, Securing Zion: Allegory and Mental Adaption to Exile among Refugees of the Iberian Inquisitions', in J. Tolan, ed., Expulsion and Diaspora Formation: Religious and Ethnic Identities in Flux from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Turnhout: Brepols), pp. 117-134.

Wilke, C., 'Políticos franceses, criptojudíos portugueses y un poeta español desterrado', in J. I. Díez, C. L. Wilke, eds., Antonio Enríquez Gómez, un poeta entre santos y judaizantes (Kassel: Reichenberger), pp. 204-227.

Wilke, C., '"That Devilish Invention Called Faith": Seventeenth-Century Free-Thought and its Use in Sephardi Apologetics', in M. Silvera, ed., Conversos, marrani e nuove comunità ebraiche in età moderna (Florence: Casa Editrice Giuntina), pp. 131-144.


Esmer, T., 'Economies of Violence, Banditry, and Governance In the Ottoman Empire Around 1800', Past & Present 221 (1), 163-199. 

Kontler, L.,  Romano, A., Sebastiani, S., Borbála Török, Z., eds. Negotiating Knowledge in Early-Modern Empires (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) 

Kontler, L., Translations, Histories, Enlightenments: William Robertson in Germany, 1760-1795 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan). 

Perczel, I., 'Garshuni Malayalam: A Witness to an Early Stage of Indian Christian Literature', Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 17 (2), 263-323.

Perczel, I., 'Alexander of the Port/Kadavil Chandy Kattanar: A Syriac Poet and Disciple of the Jesuits in Seventeenth-century India' Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies 14, 30-49.

Riedl, M. 'Thomas Müntzer’s Prague Manifesto: A Case Study in the Secularization of the Apocalypse', Éthique, politique, religions 4, 47-68.

Szende, K. [with István H. Németh], 'Research on the Towns of Medieval and Early Modern Hungary since 1989',Vana Tallinn 25, 266–294.

Wilke, C., The Marrakesh Dialogues: A Gospel Critique and Jewish Apology from the Spanish Renaissance, (Leiden: Brill).


Krstić, T., 'Conversion and Converts to Islam in Ottoman Historiography of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries', in E. Cipa, E. Fetvaci, eds., Writing History at the Ottoman Court—Editing the Past, Fashioning the Future (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press), pp. 58-79.

Kontler, L., 'Mankind and Its Histories: William Robertson, Georg Forster and a Late Eighteenth-Century German Debate', Intellectual History Review 23 (3), 411-429.

Kontler, L., 'Distances Celestial and Terrestrial. Maximilian Hell’s Arctic Expedition, 1768-1769: Contexts and Responses', in A. Holenstein, H. Steinke, M. Stuber, eds., The Practice of Knowedge and the Figure of the Savant in the Eighteenth Century (Leiden: Brill), pp. 721-750. 

Perczel, I., 'Some New Documents on the Struggle of the Saint Thomas Christians to Maintain the Chaldaean Rite and Jurisdiction', in P. Bruns, H. Otto Luthe, eds., Orientalia Christiana: Festschrift für Hubert Kaufhold zum 70. Geburtstag (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz), pp. 415-436.


Griffin, M. V., Leibniz, God and Necessity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Kontler, L., 'Polizey and Patriotism: Joseph von Sonnenfels and the Legitimacy of Enlightened Monarchy in the Gaze of Eighteenth-Century State Sciences', in C. Cuttica, G. Burgess, eds., Monarchism and Absolutism in Early-Modern Europe (London: Pickering and Chatto).

Szende, K., 'Neighbourhoods, Suburbs and Ethnic Quarters in the Hungarian Towns, Thirteenth to Fifteenth Centuries', in P. R. Rössner, ed., Cities - coins - commerce: essays presented to Ian Blanchard on the occasion of his 70th birthday (Stuttgart: Steiner), pp. 43-64.

Wilke, C., 'Midrashim from Bordeaux: A Theological Controversy inside the Portuguese Jewish Diaspora at the Time of Spinoza’s Excommunication', European Journal of Jewish Studies 6 (2), 207-247.

Wilke, C., 'Un moraliste rabbinique parmi les marranes de Bordeaux: Abraham de Oliveira et son Celo del temor de Dios (1661)', in D. Iancu-Agou, C. Iancu, eds., L'Écriture de l'Histoire juive: Mélanges en l'honneur de Gérard Nahon (Paris and Louvain: Peeters), pp. 355-372.


Jaritz G, ed., Angels. Devils. The Supernatural and Its Visual Representation (Budapest: CEU Press).

Kontler, L. 'The Lappon, the Scythian and the Hungarian, or our former selves as Others. Philosophical history in eighteenth-century Hungary', in G Abbattista, ed., Encountering Otherness. Diversities and Transcultural Experiences in Early Modern European Culture (Trieste: Edizioni Universitá di Trieste), pp. 131-146. 

Krstić, T., Contested Conversions to Islam: Narratives of Religious Change and Communal Politics in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire (Stanford: Stanford University Press). 

I. Perczel, G. Kurukkoor, 'A Malayalam Church History from the Eighteenth Century, based on Original Documents', in D. Bumazhnov, E. Grypeou, T. Sailors, A. Toepel, eds., Bibel, Byzanz und Christlicher Orient: Festschrift  für Stephen Gerö zur 65. Geburtstag, (Leuven: Peeters), pp. 291-314.


Klaniczay, G., 'A Cultural History of Witchcraft', Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft 5, 188-212.

Szende, K. [with Judit Majorossy], eds., Das Preßburger Protocollum Testamentorum 1413(1427)–1529, Band 1–2. Text edition in the series Fontes Rerum Austriacarum. Fontes Iuris (Vienna and Cologne: Böhlau), vol. 1 and 2.

Szőnyi, G., John Dee's Occultism: Magical Exaltation Through Powerful Signs (Albany: SUNY Press, paperback edn.). 

B. Trencsényi, M. Zászkaliczky, eds.,Whose Love of Which Country? Composite States, National Histories and Patriotic Discourses in Early Modern East Central Europe (Leiden: Brill).

(with Per Pippin Aspaas) Maximilian Hell (1720-1792) and the Ends of Jesuit Science in
Enlightenment Europe (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020)