INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE DURING THE BATTLE OF SINEVODA"
B. V. Cherkass (Kiev) The event under this name was held on May 24-26, 2012 in Kaunas and Trakai (Lithuania). The conference was organized by Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas) in cooperation with the Institute of Lithuanian History (Vilnius), the Institute of History of the Jagiellonian University (Krakow, Poland) and the international scientific project "Colloquia Russica". The topics of the scientific forum included: the emergence and influence of the Tatar factor on the history of Central and Eastern Europe; relations between the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Tatar rulers in the first half of the XIV century; prerequisites and causes of the battle of Blue Waters, its course and consequences, as well as the further development of the campaign; relations between Lithuania and the Tatars the impact of this event on the history of Central and Eastern Europe. The conference brought together many well-known researchers. In particular, Lithuanian historians Yu. Käupene (Kaunas, "Geopolitical and geocultural space of interpenetration: 1362-1569"), M. Ščavinskas (Klaipeda, "Saracens-Mongols-Tatars during the Crusades in the XII-XIII centuries"), R. Batura (Vilnius, "Source Study Aspects of Blue Waters"), L. Butsevičute (Kaunas ,blue waters in the context of historical cartography"), V. Jankauskas (Kaunas, "the power of the Koriatovichi in Podillia after the Battle of Sinevoda"), R. Petrauskas (Vilnius, "The Gediminovich world: Forms and methods of international Politics and diplomatic activity in the second half of the XIV century"), S. Rovell (Vilnius, " Relations of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Tatars through the eyes of the Catholic Church in the 15th century: speculation and Influence"), M. Sirutavicius (Kaunas, "The Tatar Problem and Christian Unity in the Rhetoric of Diplomatic Negotiations between the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Moscow in the late 15th century-mid-16th century"), T. Chelkis (Vilnius, "The Concept of the Borders of the Grand Duchy o ... Read more
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