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Luxury, fashion and social status in Early Modern South Eastern Europe

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Project "LuxFaSS" data sheet

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Coordinator
FUNDATIA NOUA EUROPA 

Organization address
address: STR PLANTELOR 21
city: BUCURESTI
postcode: 23971
website: www.nec.ro

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 Coordinator Country Romania [RO]
 Project website http://luxfass.nec.ro/
 Total cost 1˙437˙500 €
 EC max contribution 1˙437˙500 € (100%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.1.1. (EXCELLENT SCIENCE - European Research Council (ERC))
 Code Call ERC-2014-CoG
 Funding Scheme ERC-COG
 Starting year 2015
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2015-07-01   to  2020-06-30

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1    FUNDATIA NOUA EUROPA RO (BUCURESTI) coordinator 1˙437˙500.00

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 Project objective

It is hard to give a broadly acceptable definition of the concept of luxury, which as a field of study has also been largely neglected by historians and sociologists. From a moral or philosophical point of view, luxury is seen as a form of decadence, although from the economic perspective it is seen as a force that drives development of the consumerist economy. Every society knows it in some form, regardless of the degree of economic development, reserving luxury to elite groups, who show their power and pomp through the display of luxury goods. The history of luxury is therefore, from this perspective, a history of power, reflecting the syncretism of cultural and political thought. Luxury and fashion as components of material culture can also be analysed through the lens of cultural history, since they play an important role in the creation of visual culture. This project proposes to analyse the Christian elites of Ottoman-dominated Europe in the Early Modern period from these perspectives, and to look at how they defined their social status and identity at the intersection of East and West. In such an analysis, the Westernisation of South-Eastern Europe proceeds not just through the spread of Enlightenment ideas and the influence of the French Revolution, but also through changes in visual culture brought about by Western influence on notions of luxury and fashion. This approach allows a closer appreciation of the synchronicities and time lags between traditional culture, developments in political thought and social change in the context of the modernisation or “Europeanization” of this part of Europe.

 Publications

year authors and title journal last update
List of publications.
2018 Nicoleta Roman
Dowry Contracts, Women’s Objects and the Circulation of Goods in Mid-Nineteenth Century Romanian Families. The Case of Oltenia
published pages: 105-139, ISSN: 1018-0443, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3590226
Revista Istorică tom XXIX, nr. 1-2 2020-01-30
2018 Constanța Vintilă-Ghițulescu
‘Le Coquin Grec’ vs. ‘le Véritable François’ Being a foreigner in the Danubian Principalities in Eighteenth Century
published pages: 90-105, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24550
Cromohs - Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 (2017-2018) 2020-01-30
2018 Michal Wasiucionek
Greek as Ottoman? Language, identity and mediation of Ottoman culture in the early modern period
published pages: 70-89, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24549
Cromohs - Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 (2017-2018) 2020-01-30
2019 Constanța Vintilă-Ghițulescu
Marié à un « étranger », marié à l\'étranger Mobilité et statut social dans l\'Europe du Sud‑Est (1780‑1830)
published pages: 1-17, ISSN: 1107-4116, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3601814
Bulletin de Correspondance Hellenique Moderne et Contemporain 1 (2019) 2020-01-30
2018 Giulia Calvi
Introduction
published pages: 30-35, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24546
Cromohs - Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 (2017-2018) 2020-01-30
2018 Maria Pakucs
‘This is their profession’ Greek merchants in Transylvania and their Networks at the End of the 17th century
published pages: 36-54, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24547
Cromohs - Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 (2017-2018) 2020-01-30
2018 Constanța Vintilă-Ghițulescu
Material Culture, Medical Consumption and Everyday Life in South-Eastern Europe. An Introduction
published pages: 5-15, ISSN: 1018-0443, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3601849
Revista Istorică tom XXIX, nr. 1-2 2020-01-30
2018 Giulia Calvi
Healing, Translating, Collecting. Doctor Michelangelo Tilli across the Ottoman Empire (1683–85)
published pages: 55-69, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24548
Cromohs - Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 (2017-2018) 2020-01-30
2018 Nicoleta Roman
Iordache Filipescu, the ‘last great boyar’ of Wallachia and his heritage: a world of power, influence and goods
published pages: 106-122, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24551
Cromohs - Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 (2017-2018) 2020-01-30
2017 Maria Pakucs
Between ”Faithful Subjects” and ”Pernicious Nation”: Greek Merchants in the Principality of Transylvania in the Seventeenth Century
published pages: pp. 111-137, ISSN: 2063-9961, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1250525
Hungarian Historical Review vol. 6, issue 1, 2017 2019-05-30
2018 Nicoleta Roman
Iordache Filipescu, the ‘last great boyar’ of Wallachia and his heritage: a world of power, influence and goods
published pages: 106-122, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24551
Cromohs. Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 2019-03-12
2017 Constanta Vintila-Ghitulescu
AMINTIRILE UNUI BOIER VALAH DE PE VREMEA LUIIOAN VODĂ CARAGEA (1814–1817)
published pages: 77-98, ISSN: 1018-0443, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2560993
Revista Istorica tom. XXVIII, n. 1-2 2019-03-11
2018 Giulia Calvi
Healing, Translating, Collecting. Doctor Michelangelo Tilli across the Ottoman Empire (1683–85)
published pages: 55-69, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24548
Cromohs. Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vo. 21 2019-03-11
2018 Greek as Ottoman? Language, identity and mediation of Ottoman culture in the early modern period
Michal Wasiucionek
published pages: 70-89, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24549
Cromohs. Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vol. 21 2019-03-11
2018 Giulia Calvi
Introduction
published pages: 30-35, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24546
Cromohs. Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vo. 21 2019-03-12
2018 Constanta Vintila-Ghitulescu
‘Le Coquin Grec’ vs. ‘le Véritable François’: Being a foreigner in the Danubian Principalities in the Eighteenth Century
published pages: 90-105, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24550
Cromohs. Cyber Review of Modern Historiography vo. 21 2019-03-11
2018 Maria Pakucs
‘This is their profession’ Greek merchants in Transylvania and their Networks at the End of the 17th century
published pages: 36-54, ISSN: 1123-7023, DOI: 10.13128/cromohs-24547
Cromohs. Cyber Review of Modern History vol. 21 2019-03-12

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