Slavic people from South-Eastern Europe immigrated to Italy throughout the Early Modern period and organized themselves into confraternities or founded colleges for students based on common origin and language. These institutions played a vital role in the construction of the image of the whole immigrant community and its visibility and recognition in the cosmopolitan urban contexts such as Venice, Rome, Bologna or Ancona, as well as in smaller centers of the Marche region. Moreover, they represent important hubs of exchange of ideas and knowledge both in Italy and with places of origin.

Visualizing past in a foreign country: image(s) of Schiavoni/Illyrians in Early Modern Italy

Jasenka Gudelj
2018

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Slavic people from South-Eastern Europe immigrated to Italy throughout the Early Modern period and organized themselves into confraternities or founded colleges for students based on common origin and language. These institutions played a vital role in the construction of the image of the whole immigrant community and its visibility and recognition in the cosmopolitan urban contexts such as Venice, Rome, Bologna or Ancona, as well as in smaller centers of the Marche region. Moreover, they represent important hubs of exchange of ideas and knowledge both in Italy and with places of origin.
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