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Opera Historica

"Opera Historica" is the leading Czech journal dedicated to early modern history.


Since its establishment in 1991, the journal Opera Historica has played a leading role in research on the early modern period (16th through 19th century) in the Czech Republic. It publishes articles on the intellectual, social, and political history of Europe, but its main focus is the former Habsburg Monarchy. Reviews also pertain to this area of interest. Articles and reviews are written in Czech, German, and English.

In addition to scholarly studies, the journal also publishes presentations of projects and smaller source editions of documents related to the early modern period.

  • Editor
    University of South Bohemia, Institute of History
  • Editorial team
    Václav Bůžek (head), Jan Šimánek (assistant), Josef Hrdlička (reviews), Ivo Cerman (correspondence), Jiří Hrbek, Ondřej Jakubec, Tomáš Knoz, Pavel Král, Tomáš Malý, Radmila Prchal Pavlíčková, Rostislav Smíšek, Marie Šedivá-Koldinská
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Václav Bůžek
Institute of History, University of South Bohemia
Branišovská 31a
37005 České Budějovice
Czech Republic

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17 (2016)





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