This transdisciplinary migration research project aims to identify and critically analyse migration movements within, from and to Southeast Europe in their historical contingency, complexity and interconnectedness.
The research area 'Language and the History of Settlement' comprises the investigation of the linguistic landscape and the languages of Southeast Europe in their diachronic and synchronic dimensions.
The research area ‘Population and Space’ examines the population geography of the Ottoman era Balkans in a historical perspective.
Understanding knowledge as culture contends that the social fundamentals and various forms of knowledge should be regarded as mutually intertwined.
Law, Seasonal Routine, and Socioeconomic Interaction between Transhumance and Sedentarism in Herzegovina, Dalmatia and Crete