European Frontiers explores the histories and cultures of a many-faced continent. In particular we study the concept and reality of ‘frontiers’ from the medieval period to the present. Such frontiers may be investigated from any disciplinary angle (literature, linguistics, history, politics and economics, the performing arts, &c). The network is open to university scholars, collectors, bibliophiles, politicians, historians, economists, as well as specialists in music, literature, and the performing arts. Our activities include papers, workshops, informal meetings, and publications.
Print and manuscript circulation in medieval and early modern Europe
Austro-Hungarian relations in the eighteenth century
Oral literature and acoustic frontiers
Landscape and memory