Researcher/Mentor: Sanja Lazanin
Trainee: Hajnalka Lakatos, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Budapest
Duration: October 1, 2018 – August 9, 2019
The research was conducted within the implementation of the Erasmus+ Traineeship Programme. The aim of the research was to investigate the conditions of settlement of German and Hungarian families in the area of Slavonia and Srijem in the 18th and 19th centuries. Based on research work in the Croatian State Archives and transcription of selected documents, data on the migration were collected pertaining to the directions of migration, the lists of immigrants and their socio-economic status. By reading the relevant historiographical and theoretical literature on migration, it was possible to apply the obtained results into a broader historical context. The findings obtained by systematization and analysis of relevant archival sources were presented at a conference and in a scientific article.
- book review: Hajnalka Lakatos, „Sebastian Sparwasser, Identität im Spannungsfeld von Zwangsmigration und Heimkehr. Ungarndeutsche Vertriebene und die Remigration, Wien, 2017” published in scientific journal Migracijske i etničke teme (Vol. 34, Nr. 3, p. 321–326);
- conference paper: Sanja Lazanin, Hajnalak Lakatos, „Uvjeti naseljavanja njemačkih obitelji u Slavonsku vojnu krajinu početkom 19. stoljeća“, conference „Nijemci i Austrijanci u hrvatskom kulturnom krugu“, Osijek, 23 – 25 November 2018.
- published article: Sanja Lazanin, Hajnalka Lakatos, “Uvjeti naseljavanja njemačkih obitelji u Slavonsku vojnu krajinu početkom 19. stoljeća“, Godišnjak Njemačke zajednice – DG Jahrbuch, 26, 2019, 231–244.