Ph.D. Natalia Królikowska–Jedlińska
I graduated from University of Warsaw (history – 2004; turkology – 2007). I defended my PhD under the supervision of Prof. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk at the same university in 2010. In the years 2011-2012 I worked as an analyst for Citibank International Plc. and Citi Handlowy. I started working at IH UW in October 2012 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of NPH and Methodology. From September 2014 to September 2016, I served as Secretary for Research and Teaching at IH UW. My research interests focus on the history of the Black Sea Region in the modern era with particular emphasis on the Crimean Khanate and the North Caucasus. In recent years, I have also devoted much attention to the activities of Catholic missionaries in the Oriens. Since January 2021, I am a member of the board of action “Global history – non-European contexts of the modern world” within IDUB (I.3.13).
Most important publications
Most important scholarly articles
The Role of Circassian Slaves in the Foreign and Domestic Policy of the Crimean Khanate in the Early Modern Period w: Slaves and Slave Agency in the Ottoman Empire, wyd. S. Conermann, G. Şen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Verlag: Bonn, 2020, s. 355-372.
Social status, Living Conditions, and Religiosity of Slaves from the Lands of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the Crimean Khanate in the 17th Century w: Osmanli Devletinde Kolelik. Ticaret, Esaret, Yasam, wyd. F. Yaşa, Z. G. Yağcı, Istanbul: Tezkire, 2017, s. 269-296
Sovereignty and Subordination in Tatar-Ottoman Relations w: The European Tributary States of the Ottoman Empire in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, wyd. G. Kármán, L. Kunčević, Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2013 (The Ottoman Empire and its Heritage), s. 43-65.