Academic Podcasts on C/E European Medieval and Early Modern History

The Eastern edge of the Central European zone often saw conflict and cultural exchange along its borders.  The Ottoman History Podcast run out of Georgetown University, offers a new medium for scholars to hear about the latest research ongoing in the field.

C/E European Scholars would be most interested in their recent episodes:

Polonia Ottomanica | Michael Polczynski & Paulina Dominik

http://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2014/02/ottoman-empire-poland.html

An Armenian Merchant from Poland Visits Safavid Persia | Michael Polczynski

http://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2012/03/ottoman-go-betweens-sixteenth-century.html

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The Wild Filed Podcast, also out of Georgetown University, which, exploring new research on the shared borderlands of Europe and Asia. Areas of study include the Black Sea, the Caucasus, the Pontic Steppe, East Central Europe, and Central Asia, broadly defined. Join us for upcoming episodes on historical and current issues related to

The Wild Field. – See more at: http://www.thewildfield.org/p/about.html#sthash.4o6baIJx.dpuf