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Istorija 20. veka
Istorija 20. veka
Journal Istorija 20.veka (History of the 20th Century) is continually published biannually from 1983. Journal considers previously unpublished manuscripts of articles and scholarly contributions whose object is contemporary history of Serbia, former Yugoslavia and the Balkans in European and global context. Articles are expected to be interdisciplinary, based on original archival researches. Journal publishes articles that critically investigate social, cultural, economic and intellectual developments of 20th century. All received manuscripts are a subject to a double-blind external peer review process. In order to be accepted the manuscripts need to be deemed publishable by the editorial board and two anonymous reviewers. Articles are published in Serbian and English, and in other languages should the need arise. Journal is included in SCOPUS, ERIH PLUS index (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences), Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL) and Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). According to the categorization of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, since 2015 it carries the category “National Journal of International Importance (M24)”. History of the 20th Century is an Open Access Journal. Homepage ISSN 0352-3160 eISSN 2560-3647 doi 10.29362/ist20veka
Istorijski časopis
Istorijski časopis
Историјски часопис, званично гласило Историјског института, излази од 1948. године. Објављује оригиналне научне радове на српском и другим језицима. Примењује систем „слепих“ рецензија два рецензента. Тематски оквир часописа обухвата економску, друштвену, политичку и културну историју српског народа, као и његове везе са јужнословенским и осталим балканским народима, и истовремено унапређује све гране историјске науке. Хронолошки оквир је омеђен на период од средњег века до почетка 20. века, односно до 1918. године и стварања Краљевине СХС. Homepage CEEOL ISSN: 0350-0802
Istraživanja – Journal of Historical Researches
Istraživanja – Journal of Historical Researches
Istraživanja – Journal of Historical Researches is dedicated to publishing the best academic ideas regarding all aspects of socio-political processes and events primarily in the region of Central and South East Europe, as well as the Eastern Mediterranean. However, the geographical focus is not strict since the studies of all phenomena and processes which occur elsewhere but are relevant for mentioned geographical area are welcomed. Since the University of Novi Sad is located in the part of the world where different civilizations, cultures, religions and peoples have met and intertwined for millennia, Istraživanja especially emphasizes the critical research of the impact and significance of these mutual interactions and entanglements. The Journal greatly values an interdisciplinary approach, which is why it publishes not only the papers that study “typical” political history, but also works which critically analyze social and cultural life in the past (material culture, political thought, literature, religion, etc.) and come from the fields of archaeology, anthropology, ethnology, art history and classical studies. However, Istraživanja - Journal of Historical Researches does not publish "rough" unanalyzed materials, field, questionnaires and interviews reports, pure linguistic analyses or any kind of contributions limited to bare reproduction of data and uncritical synthesis of previous scholarship. ISSN: 0350-2112 eISSN: 2406-1131 UDC: 94(082) COBISS.SR-ID: 17763584 doi: 10.19090/i Published by: University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy, Journal website
Komunikacija i kultura online
Komunikacija i kultura online
Communication and Culture Online is a free electronic scientific journal. Our goal is to improve knowledge in the field of linguistics, literature, communication, culture, intercultural and related disciplines. Regular issues of Communications and Culture Online are published once a year, in the last week of December. Before the new issue of the magazine comes out as a whole, the so-called pre-publishing. In addition to regular issues, Communication and Culture online also publishes special thematic editions, independently or in collaboration with partners.
Kultura
Kultura
The Kultura Journal is an international scientific journal for the theory and sociology of culture and cultural policy, which follows culture in the widest sense of the word where science, education and all human activities are taken as its integral part. It was started in 1968 courtesy to the efforts of Stevan Majstorović, founder of the Centre for Studies in Cultural Development, with the objective to encourage integrative, analytical and critical interpretations of the modern cultural phenomena. At the time of its establishment, the Kultura Journal was unique in the domain of intellectual thought both in terms of its concept and its design. Since the first issue, i.e. over the fifty years of its existence, Kultura has been and has remained open to creative ideas from the country and the world, as seen from the texts of important foreign authors and contributions from professionals coming from the cultural centres of former Yugoslavia, as well as domestic authors who offered new ideas and approaches to culture. The recognizable design solution of the logo of the journal and its cover page were created by the artist and calligraphist Božidar Bole Miloradović, for the very first number. As of 1971, the issues were edited thematically, which has been dominant practice to this date, with the aim of enriching certain thematic fields in our cultural and scientific community. The first Editorial Board of the Kultura Journal consisted of eleven members, led by the Editor-in Chief Stevan Majstorović and Trivo Inđić, as conceptual instigators of the journal which heralded a new orientation in the intellectual field. Members of the Editorial Board were: Slobodan Canić, Dragutin Gostuški, Vujadin Jokić, Danica Mojsin, Mirjana Nikolić, Nebojša Popov, Bogdan Tirnanić, Milan Vojnović and Tihomir Vučković. Over the five decades of the Kultura Journal, editorial boards changed several times. Kultura is issued every three months (four times a year) and its printing has been financed by the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia since 2001. With support of the competent ministry, all numbers of this journal, from the first to the last issue, were digitalized in 2009. As a result, a DVD containing digital form of the journal, was available with the issue No. 129, titled "Electronic libraries". A few years later, in 2013, Kultura switched to the Cyrillic script, with an important note that it still published in Latin script those authors from the region who originally use Latin script(Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia). With the issue No. 140, on the occasion of marking the 45th anniversary of the Kultura Journal, a special USB was made available, with all the texts from the numbers 1-137. The web page of the Centre for Studies in Cultural Development contains all the texts ever published in any issue of the Kultura Journal over half a century of its existence. The Department for Registration of Journals of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, the Kultura Journal was registered in 2005 (when categorisation of scientific journals started) marked as category P53. In 2010,it was registered as category M52 in the group of journals for history, art,history, ethnology and archaeology. At the beginning of July 2012, the journal advanced to the category of national interest, by Decision of the Ministry of education, science and technological development of the Republic of Serbia (M51). Kultura is regularly deposited with the Repository of the National Library of Serbia, and since 2010, it has been included in the Serbian Quotation Index, where the texts published in Kultura can be found in full digital form. As of 2011, the texts i.e. scientific articles, apart from the regular UDK (universal decimal classification) also carry specific DOI (Digital Object Identifier) codes, that allow for their greater visibility and international indexing under international standards. In the meantime,electronic version of the journal was started i.e. the first steps were made towards electronic edition by CEON (Service for monitoring, measuring and valorisation of scientific journals) through Aseestant electronic editing programme. This has contributed to the quality of published articles, as the editorial board now have at their disposal adequate programmes for text checking in terms of correct citation sand listings of references as well as prevention of plagiarism. Kultura is regularly delivered to the National Library of Serbia in Belgrade, Belgrade City Library,University Library "Svetozar Marković" in Belgrade, Library of Matica Srpska in Novi Sad, Library of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade, Library of the Rectorate of the University of Arts in Belgrade, University Library in Niš and University Library in Kragujevac. The Kultura Journalis regularly received by numerous interested institutions of culture (libraries, theatres, museums, culture centres) as well as individuals. The Journal nurtures professional exchanges with many similar institutions and magazines in the country, region and in Europe (Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia,Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany, Switzerland and other countries). In addition to respecting scientific rules and standards for publishing scientific papers, Kultura has not lost the curiosity or the freshness of an avant-garde magazine dealing with both eternal and very actual topics.
LIMESplus
LIMESplus
Editorial Board Ivo Goldstein, Faculty of Philosophy University of Zagreb, CRO Erik Gordi, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, UK Egidio Ivetić, Universita degli Studi di Padova, ITA Dušan Janjić, Institute of Social Sciences, SRB Predrag Matvejević, La Sapienza, ITA. Anđelka Mihajlov, Public Policy Institute, SRB Aleksandar Mirković, Eastern Michigan University, US Marc Pilkington, University of Burgundy, FRA Ognjen Radonjić, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, SRB Christine Sinapi, CEREN/Burgundy School of Business, Dijon, France Pritam Singh, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK Aleksandra Stupar, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, SRB Darko Tanasković, Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Serbia to UNESCO, FRA Faruk Ulgen, Centre de Recherche en Economie de Grenoble and Faculty of Economics, University of Grenoble Alpes, FRA Josip Vrandečić, Faculty of Philosophy University of Split, CRO Editor-in-Chief Nikola Samardžić, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, SRB Published by HESPERIAedu, Belgrade, Serbia Publisher Zorica Stablović Bulajić Technical Secretariat Haris Dajč Maja Vasiljević (sekretar/secretary) Ivana Stojanović
Lucida intervalla: časopis za klasične nauke
Lucida intervalla: časopis za klasične nauke
Lucida intervalla was founded by a group of members of the Department of Classical Studies in Belgrade in 1998, at the time when they perceived their reading and interpreting of ancient texts as sobering acts and breakouts from confusing reality. Hence the name of the journal. The initial idea was to provide students of Classics and general audience with reliable and up to date editions (introductions, original texts, translations, and commentaries) of important and not yet translated works of Greek and Latin literature. In the next 15 years more than 40 volumes were published. The focus of the journal gradually shifted from translations to scholarly contributions, while the proportion of contributions in languages other than Serbian increased slowly but steadily. Today Lucida intervalla is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to publishing original scholarly research in all areas of Classical Studies. Homepage ISSN: 1450-6645
Mešovita građa
Mešovita građa
Историјски институт основан је 15. јула 1947. године са задатком да изучава економску, друштвену, политичку, и културну историју српског народа, као и његове везе са јужнословенским и осталим балканским народима, и да истовремено унапређује све гране историјске науке. За првог управника Института именован је др Виктор Новак, а за заменика управника др Георгије Острогорски. До 25. марта 1961. године Институт се налазио у саставу Српске академије наука и уметности када је одлуком Извршног већа НР Србије проглашен за самосталну научну установу. Решењем Републичке заједнице за научни рад Историјски институт је 28. септембра 1971. године стекао статус научног института. Редакцијa Mешовитe грађe (miscellanea): др Радомир J. Поповић (Одговорни уредник), др Биљана Стојић, (Историјски институт Београд) др Михаил Белов (Институт међународних односа и светске историје Универзитета Н.И.Лобачевскиј, Нижниј Новгород) др Дејан Булић, (Историјски институт Београд) др Гордана Гарић Петровић, (Историјски институт Београд) др Милош Ивановић, (Историјски институт Београд) проф. др Андреа Картени (Сапиенца Унивезитет, Рим) др Урош Татић, (Историјски институт Београд) проф. др Људмила Кузмичева (Историјски факултет Универзитета Ломоносов, Москва) проф. др Gabriella Schubert (Институт за славистику Универзитета у Јени) проф. д.и.н. Лилиана Симеонова (Балканолошки институт БАН)
Nasleđe
Nasleđe
Naučni časopis „Nasleđe“ osmišljen je u Zavodu za zaštitu spomenika kulture grada Beograda sa idejom da rezultati rada na istraživanju, proučavanju, valorizaciji i konzervaciji objekata kulturno-istorijskog značaja, budu publikovani i dostupni stručnoj i široj javnosti, kako bi se afirmisalo kulturno nasleđe, kao i napori Zavoda na njegovom očuvanju i prezentovanju. U poglavljima – spomenička baština, konzervatorski pristup, izgubljena baština, kritički osvrt i prilozi, iznose se istorijska, arheološka, istorijsko-umetnička, arhitektonska i druga istraživanja, kao i valorizacija kulturno-istorijskog nasleđa. Prvi broj časopisa je publikovan 1997. godine i do sada je objavljen 21 broj. Glavni urednik je dr Marina Pavlović doktor istorije umetnosti i diplomirani inženjer arhitekture – konzervator, a članovi uredništva su: dr Aleksandar Kadijević, dr Nađa Kurtović Folić, dr Marina Nešković, dr Igor Borozan, dr Vesna Bikić, Saša Mihajlov, Vera Pavlović Lončarski i Nada Živković. Sekretari uredništva su Anđelija Milašinović i Teodora Merdanović. Usvojen je Pravilnik o izdavanju časopisa Nasleđe Zavoda za zaštitu spomenika kulture grada Beograda kojim se bliže uređuje postupak izdavanja časopisa Nasleđe, postupak recenziranja, način vrednovanja i odabira rada, postupanje sa nelegitimnim radovima – ispravka i opoziv rada,odgovornost autora, cena i distribucija časopisa, način finansiranja, uređenja i štampanja časopisa i druga pitanja koja prate postupak izdavanja časopisa.
Philologia
Philologia
Philologia is a peer-reviewed academic journal established by scholars at Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, in 2003. The journal welcomes articles, critical and theoretical essays, empirically-based analyses, book reviews, conference reports and translations related to the studies of language, linguistics, applied linguistics, literature, culture, translatology, social science. Various subfields of the said sciences may also be analyzed. All papers are evaluated in a double-blind fashion by two external reviewers who are experts in the relevant field. The contributions are required to be solidly anchored in theory and methodology (qualitative or quantitative). They may be of interdisciplinary nature.
Philologia Mediana
Philologia Mediana
Philologia Mediana is a Serbian national journal for human sciences (M51). Philologia Mediana publishes original papers from all fields of literature research (literary history, literary theory, the methodology of literature studies, comparative studies) and languages, materials and reviews. Philologia Mediana is an open access, international, multi-disciplinary, refereed (double blind peer-reviewed) journal. It is indexed in PKP Index and Erih Plus. Philologia Mediana is classified as Class A journal on the Italian list of Humanities Sector 10 (Literature / Languages), approved by the ANVUR Ministerial Commission. ISSN (Printed): 1821-3332 ISSN (Online): 2620-2794
Posebna izdanja Balkanološkog instituta SANU
Posebna izdanja Balkanološkog instituta SANU
Special editions of the Institute for Balkan Studies SASA

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