Prilozi za knjizevnost, jezik, istoriju i folklor
Title: Prilozi za knjizevnost, jezik, istoriju i folklor
First published: 1921
Subject: history, archeology and ethnology; language and literature; other humanities
Publisher: Filološki fakultet
Publisher address: Studentski trg 3, 11000 Beograd, Serbia
Editor in chief: Zlata Bojović, Serbia
Editorial board: Slobodan Grubačić, Serbia
Tomislav Jovanović, Serbia
Jovanka Kalić-Mijušković, Serbia
Nada Milošević-Ðorđević, Serbia
Dragana Mršević-Radović, Serbia
Ðorđe Trifunović, Serbia
The journal Currents of History originated from a periodical publication of the Institute for the History of Labour Movement in Serbia - Flows of Revolution. Under this name, the collection was first published in 1967 and was released annually until 1989.
ISSN 0354-6497, eISSN 2560-547X, doi 10.31212/tokovi.
Vojnoistorijski glasnik is a scientific journal of the Institute for Strategic Research. The journal was founded in 1950 as a journal of the Military History Institute and in the meantime has undergone many changes in terms of concept, content, design and frequency of publication.
Zbornik radova Instituta za savremenu istoriju
Tokom svoje istorije, ISI je ostvario bogatu izdavačku delatnost objavljujući monografije, tematske zbornike, zbornike građe, periodične publikacije, hronologije i bibliografije. Publikacije izlaze u pet biblioteka: (1) Studije i monografije, (2) Posebna izdanja, (3) Skrivana istorija, (4) Zbornici radova, (5) Dokumenta.
Анали Филолошког факултета
Annals of the Faculty of Philology, the oldest academic journal of the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, publishes original research articles and critical review papers dealing with linguistic theory, applied linguistics, literature studies and other related disciplines. We also publish reviews of recently published linguistic and literature studies books.
The journal was founded in 1961 when the Faculty of Philology was established as an independent unit within the University of Belgrade, and has a long tradition of publishing articles on different languages and literatures studied at this institution of higher learning.
THEOLOGY is a scientific journal of the Faculty of Orthodox Theology of the University of Belgrade and is one of the oldest Serbian scientific journals. Due to war and postwar circumstances, Theology was not published from 1940 to 1956. The journal is primarily aimed at publishing the results of theological and religious researches.
Theology fosters an interdisciplinary approach; therefore the journal is open for cooperation with other scientific fields as well. The journal is especially open for research and theological reflections related to the areas of social and human sciences such as philosophy, sociology, pedagogy, psychology, law, literature, ethics and bioethics, but also to natural sciences, if they deal with the aspects that concern theological topics.
The journal publishes manuscripts in English, German, French and Russian.
The first year of publication: 1926
Frequency (annually): 2
Scientific disciplines: Social and Human Sciences; Theology
Rights of use: The full texts of manuscripts may be used free of charge for personal, scientific and educational purposes while respecting the copyrights of authors and publisher.
The printing of the journal is supported by the Patriarchal Executive Board and the Ministry of Justice – the Directorate for Cooperation with Churches and Religious Communities.
Годишњак за друштвену историју
Having in mind the modern development trends of world historiography, as well as the need for the domestic professional and social public to get acquainted with the problems from the history of society, the circle of scientists around prof. On his initiative, Andrej Mitrović decided to launch a journal that would open space for younger, but also prominent, domestic and world scientists, who deal with this issue, to present the results of their research.
During the fall of 1993, in a "storm", at the Department of General Contemporary History of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, the idea of launching a magazine dedicated to publishing works in the field of social history was formed. It certainly had its origin in the unique, then two decades, experience gained at the Round Table, which was initiated by Professor Andrej Mitrović, at the same department, back in 1974. The round table brought together students, postgraduates and doctoral students, who were offered an unusual experience until then. The round table discussions, their thematic diversity, openness to new ideas and topics, their critical re-examination, were a unique opportunity for thorough preparation of a new generation of historians, for their independent step into unknown or lesser-known research spaces, which later gained its own. materialization ”in numerous master's and doctoral dissertations. Among them were those who for the first time in Serbian and Yugoslav historiography opened many types of one, widely understood, social history.
Such experience and the need to open another circle of historiographical questions, especially to the younger generation of historians, encouraged us to embark on this risky and unprofitable endeavor in relation to the time in which it took place. Despite everything, at the beginning of 1994, the first issue of the Yearbook of Social History appeared, which continued to be published in the following years, at a different pace, depending on the means and the general circumstances that prevailed. Due to "known circumstances", the agreed rhythm of publishing - three volumes a year - was often deviated from. In a few years, between one and three volumes a year were published. If we can talk about some successes of the Yearbook, among the biggest ones is only its duration all these years. In an effort to sustain itself, the yearbook gradually gained resilience, taking over some of the energy of its younger and older associates and friends, those from the country and abroad, whose scientific contributions, more than 600 of them, were printed in Serbian, English, German, French and Russian. , along with numerous other texts (documents, reviews and critiques, polemics) which filled his pages. At least half of the modest circulation of the Yearbook managed to find a way and reach many foreign libraries, gain loyal readers and collaborators, including the names of those who belong to the very top of European contemporary historiography, and those to whom the first papers were published in our magazine.
The Department of General Contemporary History of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade first appeared as a publisher, and after the formation of the Association for Social History, it became the official publisher of the journal.
Editor-in-Chief of the magazine:
prof. dr Milan Ristović, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Editorial board members:
Mile Bjelajac, Institute for Recent History of Serbia, Belgrade (Serbia)
Radina Vučetić, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Goran Miloradović, Institute of Contemporary History, Belgrade (Serbia)
Radivoj Radić, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Milan Ristović, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Dubravka Stojanović, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Ljubinka Trgovčević-Mitrović, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Foreign members of the editorial board:
Snezana Dimitrova, Southwestern University Neofit Rilski, Blagoevgrad (Bulgaria)
Karl Kazer, Center for Southeast European Studies, University of Graz (Austria)
Jan Pelikan, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic)
Tetsuya Sahara, Meiji University, Tokyo (Japan)
Hanes Grandic, Humboldt University, Berlin (Germany)
Secretary of the editorial office
Jelena Rafailović, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Editorial office address:
Yearbook of Social History, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of History,
Cika Ljubina 18–20, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia