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In memoriam, Nikola Tasić (1932–2017)
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2017)
When was king Stefan the first-crowned included among the saints? A contribution to the study of royal “canonization” in medieval Serbia / Када је краљ Стефан Првовенчани уврштен у светитеље? Прилог проучавању владарске "канонизације" у средњовековној Србији
(Institute for Byzantine Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2013)
The surviving sources suggest that St Sava of Serbia was, as part of the programme of securing sacral legitimacy for the state and dynasty, setting the scene for the inclusion of his brother Stefan, the first-crowned Serbian ...
Imagining the Ruler's Genealogy in Medieval Serbia
(Revue des études sud-est européennes, 2017)
Abstract: The paper explores the ways in which medieval Serbian rulers used various forms of genealogical representations in order to demonstrate their political status or ambition. It is striking that in all of them, ...
Anglo-American Views of Gavrilo Princip
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2015)
The paper deals with Western (Anglo-American) views on the Sarajevo assassination/attentat and Gavrilo Princip. Articles on the assassination and Princip in two leading quality dailies (The Times and The New York Times) ...
On the Composition and Processing of Precious Metals Mined in Medieval Serbia
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2014)
Accounting books of the Caboga (Kabužić) brothers 1426-1433 (Squarço/Reminder, Journal and Main Ledger) kept at the Historical Archives of Dubrovnik provide new evidence for the composition and advanced levels of processing ...
Distribution of verbal overgeneralizations in the Serbian Corpus of Early Child Language
(Beograd : Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Institut za psihologiju, 2017)
The study is aimed at exploring the occurrence of innovative verb forms recorded in early spontaneous children’s production of Serbian – a language with rich inflectional and derivational morphology. The overgeneralized ...
Report on documenting the Gurbet Romani variety in East Serbia and creating the Romani-Serbian dictionary
(Praha : Univerzita Karlova - Filozofická fakulta, 2018)
The paper reports on "Romani-Serbian Dictionary of the Knjaževac Gurbet Variety" (Ćirković & Mirić 2017), which originated from work on the project "Exploring the Language and Folklore of Roma in Knjaževac", financed by ...
“Smuggling Bibles”: Everyday life of Baptist Serbs in Romania
(Newberg : George Fox University, 2012)
Various neo-Protestant religious communities, such as Adventists, Pentecostals, Baptists, Nazarenes, Christian Brethren, and others, played an important role in the religious life of different ethnic groups in Romania, not ...
Collective narrative: the narrative on Croatian language from academic to far-right discourses in Serbia
(Bucharest : Department of Sociology of the University of Bucharest.Bucharest : Doctoral School of Sociology of the University of Bucharest, 2014)
The paper presents a case of under-represented narrative data which I call “collective narratives”. Drawing upon the concept of group-defining stories, it is argued that these narratives embody an antidote to the ’canonical’ ...
„Ako je došao silom on ne ostaje“: narativi o konverziji u rumunskim neoprotestantskim zajednicama
(Novi Sad : Zavod za kulturu Vojvodine, 2012)
“If he came by force, he would not stay”: Narratives on conversion in Romanian Neo-Protestant communities* Neo-Protestant communities on the territory of today’s Vojvodina were founded in the mid 19th and the early 20th ...