Malte Griesse leads an interdisciplinary research group at Constance University on »Early-Modern Revolts as Communicative Events«. He holds a research fellowship at the Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard University. With his group he runs a research blog for debate on issues related to early modern revolts and their representations (revolt.hypotheses.org).
transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Ancient, Medieval History, and Early Modern History, History
Publications in the Series: Histoire
FrontmatterSeiten 1 - 4
ContentSeiten 5 - 6
Introduction: Representing Revolts across Boundaries in Pre-Modern TimesSeiten 7 - 34
State-Arcanum and European Public Spheres: Paradigm Shifts in Muscovite Policy towards Foreign Representations of Russian RevoltsSeiten 205 - 270
AuthorsSeiten 351 - 354