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Timişoara between “Fictive Ethnicity” and “Ideal Nation”. The Identity Profile during the Interwar Period
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2013)
Seeking to delineate the identity profile of the citizens of interwar Timişoara, a city at the crossroad of Central- and South-East-European cultures and civilizations, the paper analyzes the national, linguistic and ...
A staurotheke of Serbian provenance in Pienza
The paper discusses the virtually unpublished reliquary of Serbian provenance now kept in the Museo Diocesano in Pienza. It tackles the issue of the typology of the staurotheke, its decoration and symbolic significance. ...
Le Despote Stefan Lazarević et « Sieur » Djuradj Branković
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2014)
Cet article se propose d’éclairer les relations entre le despote Stefan Lazarević et "Sieur" Djuradj Branković dans les premières trois décennies du XVe siècle. Jusqu’à la fin de 1411 ces relations étaient hostiles, cependant ...
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, ...
IN MEMORIAM Mirjana Detelić (1950-2014)
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2015)
Austria-Hungary’s “Civilizing Mission” in the Balkans. A View from Belgrade (1903–1914)
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2017)
The conflict between Serbia and Austria-Hungary in the years preceding the First World War is looked at in the global context of the “age of empire”. The Balkans was to Austria-Hungary what Africa or Asia was to the other ...
Институција колективног јемства (kefalet) у османској правној теорији и пракси током транзиционог доба / Institution of Collective Surety (Kefalet) in the Ottoman Legal Theory and Practice during the Transitional Period
(Нови Сад : Матица српска, 2020)
Institution of surety is an integral component of the Islamic legal tradition. Sharia law recognizes two types of surety, or kefâlet: for a person and for material property. Collective surety gradually developed as a part ...