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Academic research about Medieval Orthodox Balkan

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Category: Regional History or Period History
Forum Name: Medieval Europe
Forum Discription: The Middle Ages: AD 500-1500
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Topic: Academic research about Medieval Orthodox Balkan
Posted By: Bonde20
Subject: Academic research about Medieval Orthodox Balkan
Date Posted: 15-Jan-2012 at 08:10
I would be interested in doing academic research about the Orthodox Balkan (Romania, Bulgaria and Yugoslavia (Serbia)). I am especially interested about the society and politics in the time of Vlad Tepes in Romanian history. I now have two questions about this:

1) Where in Europe is it possible to study and get good academic guidence at University level in this field? I would prefer England if possible.

2) Is it enough to know these languages to do good academic research in this field of history: 1. Romanian, 2. Bulgarian, 3. German (?), Serbian (?), Church Slavonic, 4. English, 5. French, 6. Italian (?), latin (?) and 7. Spanish. The languages followed by a question mark I am uncertain of. The langauges with numbers I would be very interested to learn even outside this specific field. Church Slavonic is a langauge I guess would be crucial, to be able to read the original written sources.

I would so much appreciate if anyone here could be able to comment and answer my questions about this. Thank you very much!



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Posted By: TheAlaniDragonRising
Date Posted: 15-Jan-2012 at 08:52
It might be a good idea to ask these people, though to be honest I'm not too sure myself.
http://www.city.ac.uk/arts/academic-staff-profiles/dr-alexander-lingas - http://www.city.ac.uk/arts/academic-staff-profiles/dr-alexander-lingas


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