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      C.I. Christian: Singeroasa destramare - Iugoslavia (Krvavo razbijanje Jugoslavije), Editura 'Sylvi', Bucuresti, 1994 [1]
      Carrying Their Native Land and Their New Home in Their Hearts Mihailo Pupin and Bishop Nikolai of Žiča between Their Native and Adopted Country [1]
      Caspar Luyken's Illustrated Bible among the Serbs and Bulgarians in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries [1]
      Catherine Merridale, Lenin on the Train. London: Penguin Books, 2016, 353 p. [1]
      Charity, good deeds and the poor in Serbian epic poetry [1]
      Chiefdom and Polis [1]
      Christopher Clark: The Sleepwalkers - How Europe Went to War in 1914, Harper, London, 2012, pp. 697 [1]
      Chronicle of the 18th Biennial Conference on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature, and Folklore, University of Washington Seattle, WA, 29–31. March 2012 [1]
      Cilices у Сингидунуму. Белешке из војничке топиграфије и епиграфике [1]
      Cities in Christian and Muslim Epic Songs by Detelić Mirjana, Aleksandar Loma, Istok Pavlović [1]
      Civitates peregrinae in Illyricum in the times of the Principate based on the evidence of Pliny the Elder's Naturalis historia and epigraphic sources [1]
      Civitates peregrinae у Илирику у доба Принципата према Плинијевој Naturalis historia и епиграфским изворима [1]
      Clerical program of the Roman Catholic Church in Croatia for the 20th century [1]
      Clogg Richard: 'A concise history of Greece” [1]
      Clothing as a Symbol of Charity and Soul Salvation in Late Medieval Kotor (Cattaro) [1]
      Collective narrative: the narrative on Croatian language from academic to far-right discourses in Serbia [1]
      Common Elements in Slavic Folklore [1]
      Concept of Social Space in the Folklore Anecdotes. Oral Narratives of Savo Sokić from Medina [1]
      Conférence Internationale des Balkanologues: Belgrade, 7-8 septembre 1982 [1]
      Conflicts over Dobruja during the Great War [1]