Table of contents for When ethnicity did not matter in the Balkans : a study of identity in pre-nationalist Croatia, Dalmatia, and Slavonia in the medieval and early-modern periods / John V.A. Fine.

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Maps xv
The Setting, Including the Slavic and Croat Migrations 17
Overview of the Medieval History of the Western Balkans  18
The Migrations 22
Constantine Porphyrogenitus  23
Croats and Slavs to 1102   27
Brief Historical Summary  27
The Sources on the Western Balkans Prior to I102  29
Constantine Porphyrogenitus  29
The Lombards 33
The Franks  33
The Venetians  37
The Arabs in Sicily and Spain 42
The Papacy 42
Croatia Itself in the Ninth Century  44
The Dalmatians (Split)  46
An Early Czech Source  49
Late References to Croats Produce Alternative Theories  50
Issues of Language  54
The Church in Dalmatia and Its Language  54
The Language Spoken in Croatia and Dalmatia 58
Early Accounts of the Death of King Zvonimir 59
A Miscellany of (Mostly) Domestic Sources 59
Croatia Proper (Eleventh Century to 1102)  59
In the South  62
Conclusions (up to 1102)  63
Slavonia, Dalmatia, and "Velebitia" after I 1o2 67
The Events of 1102   67
Slavonia, 1102-1400   71
Dalmatia and "Velebitia," 11o2-ca. 1340  79
Setting the Scene: The Different Actors and Their Perceptions
of Who Was Who up to ca. 1340 79
King Koloman Establishes Hungarian Rule and the Terminology
of the Hungarian Administration to ca. 1340  79
The Dalmatian Cities 84
Church Discussions on Slavonic  94
The Term "Dalmatian" as an Identity  94
Dubrovnik's Terminology  95
A Brief Byzantine Interlude (1143-80)  99
The Arab Geographer Idrisi o1o
Smaller Regional Identities  iro
Venice's Terminology  103
Cathar and International Catholic Terminology  1o6
Dalmatia, Croatia, and Slavonia from the Mid-Fourteenth
Century, and the Venetian-Hungarian Rivalry, up to the
Ottoman Conquest    iog
Setting the Scene, 1340s to ca. 1500  109
Dalmatia and Croatia  o10
The Vocabulary Used by Venice (I340S-1500)  I 1I
Hungary's Vocabulary, ca. 1350-1450  120
References to Communities Possibly Labeled
Ethnically: Croats and Vlachs  129
Other Significant Fifteenth-Century Mentions of
"Croats/Croatia"  131
Typical Vocabulary Used in Croatia and Dalmatia  134
Church Matters  140
Identity in Dubrovnik in the Fifteenth Century  141
Vocabulary Used about Dalmatia/Croatia in Italy  143
Growth of the Zvonimir Legend in the Fourteenth Century  I46
Contents   xi
Slavonia in the Fifteenth Century  147
The Turkish Threat (1493-1526)  148
The First and Only Pre-50oo Clearly Ethnic Croat  148
What Language Did People Speak in Dalmatia and "Velebitia,"
1102-1500? 150
Conclusions (1102-1500)    165
Perceptions of Slavs, Illyrians, and Croats, 1500 to 1600   171
Brief Historical Survey  I71
The "Croat" Identity Camp    184
Five Sixteenth-Century Authors Find Ethnicity
in Connection with the Croats  184
Other Sixteenth-Century Figures Advancing the "Croat" Name  191
Protestants  204
The Catholic Response  208
Items Labeled "Croatian"  212
University Registers and "Croats" Elsewhere  212
Ottoman Terminology   215
Official Habsburg Terminology  215
The Uskoks   216
Travellers  219
The "Slav," "Illyrian," or "Dalmatian" Identity Camp 223
The Slavist Camp in the Sixteenth Century  223
Vinko Pribojevie  223
Mavro Orbini and a Brief Note on Jacob Luccari  226
Others in the "Slavic Camp"  229
Three Slavonian Writers  240
The Jesuits in Slavonia  242
Foreigners Define Their Neighbors  244
Those Who Chose the Term "Illyrian"  255
Church "Illyrianists"  259
Protestants  262
"Dalmatianists"  264
City Identities and Regional Ones (Other than "Dalmatian")  269
General Thoughts on the Sixteenth Century   270
Perceptions of Slavs, Illyrians, and Croats in Dalmatia,
Dubrovnik, and Croatia Proper, 1600 to 1800 276
Introductory Remarks   276
The Dominant "Slavic" and "Illyrian" Camps 280
Dalmatia's "Slavic" Camp 280
Juraj BarakoviC  280
Mate Alberti  283
Jerolim Kavanjin  285
Andrija Ka&ie-MioSie 288
Ivan (Diivo) GunduliC  297
Andrija ZmajeviC's Church Chronicle 300
Julius Palmotid  301
Jacob Mikalja  302
Discussions on What Slavic Language/Dialect to Use  303
Textbooks on Language/Geography, Dictionaries  306
Other Texts  307
A Miscellany of Uses of "Slavic"  309
Ragusan Broad Pan-Slavism in the Eighteenth Century  311
Items Called "Slavic"  312
The Continuation of the Term "Illyrian" in Dalmatia  313
Serafin/Saro CrijeviC  313
Ardelio Della Bella  314
Other Texts on Language  316
Texts on Other Subjects  317
A Miscellany of References to "Illyrian"  318
Illyrian and Slavic Mixed in Dalmatia 322
Johannes Lucius and His Circle  324
Injacijo Gjorgji  330
Sebastian Dolci or Slade  336
Djuro Ferik  337
Those Advancing a Dalmatian Category 338
Use of the Term "Croatian" in Dubrovnik and Venetian Dalmatia -40
Those Using "Croatian" along with Other Terms 345
Ivan Tanzlingher-Zanotti  345
Filip Grabovac  347
Others  350
Foreigners' Use of Terms about Dalmatia 353
Italians  353
Official Venice  353
Alberto Fortis and a Dalmatian's Response to Him  358
Individual Italians  361
Other European Observers  363
Ottoman Sources  366
Croatia Proper under Austria  370
The Military Frontier  370
Use of Term "Croatian" in and about Croatia Proper  375
The End of Venetian Dalmacia (1797)  380
The Terminology Used by the Church
Hierarchy and Religious Orders  381
Michael Priuli's Visitation of Dalmatia in 1603  381
Zadar  382
Isle of Krk  385
Third Order Franciscans (Including Zadar and Krk)  387
Hvar and Brae 392
Bartol Kaide 394
The Ragusan Church 405
Scattered Church Uses of "Slavic"  405
Scattered Church Uses of "Illyrian"  407
The Jesuits on the Adriatic Coast  412
Scattered Church Uses of "Dalmatian"  415
The Issue of Printing Church Books in Slavonic  416
Ivan Tomko Mrnavid  421
The South Slav Guesthouse in Rome 423
Schools for Illyrians in Italy  428
The Term "Illyrian" in Dealing with the Orthodox  431
Debate on Vernacular versus Church Slavonic
in Texts in the Eighteenth Century  432
Western Balkan Schools 436
Use of Term "Croatian" in Church Sources 442
In Venetian Dalmatia 442
From Habsburg Croatia 446
Broad "Slavism" among Churchmen 447
LoSinj's Troubles and the Crisis over Illyrian
in Churches, ca. 1802   454
M. BogoviC's Summary of "Identity" among
Church-Oriented West Balkanites  456
Slavonia, 600o to 1800 457
Setting the Scene in the Seventeenth Century  457
Jesuits  459
South Slavs at the University of Graz in the Eighteenth Century  472
The Osijek School under State Supervision  473
The Croatian College in Vienna 474
Terminology Used by the Church Hierarchy and
Religious Orders in Slavonia 475
Juraj Rattkay  478
Recovery of Turkish Slavonia 480
Paul Ritter VitezoviC  482
Implications of Terms 492
Juraj HabdeliC, Andrija JambreSic, and Ivan Belostenec  493
Matija Petar KatanciC  500
Antun Kanidlid 502
Antun IvanosiC  505
Matija Antun Reljkovih  507
Terminology Used by the Church Hierarchy and Religious
Orders in Eighteenth-Century Slavonia  511
Other More Secularly Minded Slavonians  516
Petrovaradin  522
Thoughts on Language in Slavonia 523
The Debate on Joakim Stulli's Dictionary  525
Habsburg Terminology 529
Baltazar Adam Kreelik  532
Tito Brezovacki 536
Ignjat MartinoviC  539
Habsburg and Habsburg Catholic Church Terminology
in Dealing with the Orthodox 541
Djordje BrankoviC  542
The Serbian Church 542
Foreigners Visit Slavonia  546
Friedrich Wilhelm von Taube 546
Balthasar Hacquet  550
Other Foreigners  551
Labels in Latin-Letter Proto-Serbo-Croatian Published Books  552
Epilogue  553
Conclusions 557
Monarchs of Croatia to 1800 BY IAN MLADJOV     563
Simplified Genealogy of the Frankapans, SubiCi, and Zrinski 467
Bibliography 569
Most Used Abbreviations 571
Sources  571
Secondary Literature  584

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: National characteristics, Croatian, Ethnicity Croatia, Croatia History To 1102, Croatia History 1102-1527, Croatia History 1527-1918