Dr.

Fabian Kümmeler

M.A. M.P.S.

fabian.kuemmeler(at)oeaw.ac.at
 

Fabian Kümmeler is APART-GSK Fellow of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in the research unit Balkan Studies.

Brief Biography


Fabian Kümmeler studied medieval and modern history, musicology, and peace and security studies in Bonn, Haifa and Hamburg. In 2018, he received his PhD with distinction at the University of Vienna. From 2011 to 2019, he was a research assistant in the interdisciplinary, FWF-funded SFB “Visions of Community: Comparative Approaches to Ethnicity, Region and Empire in Christianity, Islam and Buddhism (400–1600 CE)” at the Institute for East European History at the University of Vienna. Previously, he worked as a student assistant in the editing project “Acta Pacis Westphalicae” (2005-2010) and thereafter as a researcher at the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (2019-2020).

Research Interests


Period: 13th to 17th centuries
Area: Southeast Europe, particularly the Venetian Stato da Mar, the Danube region, Poland-Lithuania and the Baltic region
Topics: Cultural history of pastoralism between transhumance and sedentarism; micro-history of rural societies; law and administration in Venetian Dalmatia; insularity and entangled maritime history; historical peace and conflict studies; socio-cultural history of urban-rural interactions in Eurasia.

Selected Publications


Further Publications

Books

Books

Editions and Collections

Editions and Collections

Articles

Articles

Other Publications

Other Publications

  • Fabian Kümmeler: Gegrillte Schafe, gerechte Löwen: Ländliches Leben im Adriaraum des Spätmittelalters, Der Standard (2020), https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000117685030/gegrillte-schafe-gerechte-loewen-laendliches-leben-im-adriaraum-des-spaetmittelalters.
  • Fabian Kümmeler: Rezension: Das Wiener Fürstentreffen von 1515. Beiträge zur Geschichte der habsburgisch-jagiellonischen Doppelvermählung. Herausgegeben von Dybaś, Bogusław – Tringli, István. Budapest 2019, Ungarn-Jahrbuch. Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Hungarologie35 (2019), S. 310-312.
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Publications


Korčula. Ländliche Lebenswelten und Gemeinschaften im venezianischen Dalmatien (1420-1499)


 

Herdsmen as a Socio-Professional Community in Late Medieval Dalmatia, pp. 111–127


 

The World in a Village: Foreigners and Newcomers on Late Medieval Korčula, pp. 195-211