Lipar magazine was founded in 1999 at the University of Kragujevac.
The goal of the first editorial board was to establish a literary magazine that will primarily be intended for students of the Faculty of Philology and Arts.
Since 2012, Lipar has become a scientific journal, in which, above all, doctoral students of the University of Kragujevac publish.
In the same year, ит received an official website, with a digital archive, from number 47 to the last current issue, where each work can be read individually.
Muzej "Ras" Novi Pazar postigao je značajne rezultate u izdavačkoj delatnosti.
Najznačajnija publikacija Muzeja je naučno-stručni časopis „Novopazarski zbornik“ koji u kontinuitetu izlazi od 1977.godine. Zbornik je visoko ocenjen u naučnim krugovima i izaziva veliko interesovanje čitalaca, ne samo u našoj zemlјi, već i u inostranstvu. Prvi broj ovog godišnjaka štampan je 1977. godine a zaklјučno sa 2019. godinom, izašla su 42 broja.
U časopisu obrađuju se različite numizmatičke teme i problemi, od početka kovanja i štampanja novca do danas. Tekstovima se predstavljaju i pojedinačne ostave i zbirke muzeja u Srbiji, a svoje radove, pored muzealaca, objavljuju i drugi stručnjaci iz zemlje. Narodni muzej je do 2008. izdavao časopis zajedno sa Srpskim numizmatičkim društvom.
Prema odluci Ministarstva za nauku, prosvetu i tehnološki razvoj Republike Srbije, časopis Numizmatičar je od 2013. unapređen u kategoriju M51 u okviru Liste domaćih naučnih časopisa za društveno-humanističke nauke.
The journal “Work of Vojvodina’s Museums” was started by The Vojvodina’s Museum from Novi Sad in 1952 as a major and permanent imprint which publishes the results of activities of museum workers and institutions in Vojvodina as well as their scientific work. The main area of research is the cultural history of Vojvodina in the past and the present, observed from the viewpoints of related scientific disciplines.
In the preface to the first edition of the journal the overall purpose of museology and main goals for launching the journal were highlighted:
The journal should be the reflection of all our intellectual efforts and systematic work, which would in turn result in a proper understanding of our opulent past. Work of the Museum of Vojvodina is a periodical journal in which articles are published on a continuous basis, and which has a methodically-organised museum material related to archeology, history, ethnology, art history and natural sciences, in addition to papers concerning museum conservation issues of Vojvodina. Moreover, articles addressing educational problems which are met in the work of our museums will find their place in the Journal. This issues are being collected in the first place through contacts and mutual activities realized with people that organize thematic exhibitions, give lectures, etc., and whose surveys will provide support and help in teaching at schools. Finally, the problems of raising the overall level of expertise and knowledge of museum employees (scientific as well as administrative staff) will also be addressed through the organization of specialised courses, seminars and the like.
There had been fifty numbers published in a total of thirty-nine volumes up to year 2008. The first Editorial Board (Rajko L. Veselinović, Rajko Nikolić, Rastko Rašajski and Mirko Šulman, Ph.D.) determined the layout of the journal and, with the very first number, gave the basic concept of its contents: Preface, Articles and Treatises, Reports, Records and Documents, From the History and Development of Vojvodina’s Museums, Museum Staff, The Protection of Cultural Heritage in Vojvodina, Reviews and Surveys, Bibliography. In subsequent issues new sections were introduced: Obituary, Exchange of Publications, Thematic Exhibitions, Museum Collections, Museum Chronicles and Museum Acquisitions. The Journal also published the surveys concerning the protection of cultural monuments, because at one time Heritage Protection Service was part of the Museum. The tenth issue brought a new section – Directory– in which the bibliography of articles printed in the first ten volumes was enlisted. The custom of publishing bibliography of all the articles printed in the course of ten issues continued with every tenth number.
Conceived as a regular annual publication, the journal has undergone numerous critical phases, which are often caused by the lack of permanent funding, however the lack of appropriate scientific and professional contributions is sometimes the case.
In the first ten years (1952–1962), the journal was published as a yearbook. Issue No. 12/13 from 1964 is the first double issue. Later on, mainly due to financial problems, major discontinuation in publishing of the journal occured which resulted in the merging of several volumes into a single one: 12/13 (1964), 14 (1965), 15/17 (1966–1968), 18/19 (1969–1970), 20 (1971), 21/22 (1972–1973), 23/24 (1974–1978). In the subsequent three years a publication continuity was maintained: 25 – 1979, 26 – 1980, 27 – 1981. Issue No. 28 was published pertaining to years 1982–1983, while No. 29 to years 1984–1985.
The Issue No. 26 saw significant changes in the structure of Work of Vojvodina’s Museums. Instead of grouping texts into afore-mentioned sections, at the request of archaeologists, the journal was divided into sections according to different disciplines. It was believed that such aggroupment of papers would, at least temporarily, satisfy the need for a specific archaeological journal. The request initiated predominantly from the requirements of the publication exchange process with specialized archaeological institutions.
Up to the issue No. 25 the title text of the imprint was translated into French, and from No. 26 it is translated into English, since most of the abstracts are in English. In the issue No. 27 the title text remained in English, but abstracts were given in German, and starting from issue No. 28 titles in the contents are given (for every paper) in three languages (Serbo-Croatian, English and German). If the text is written in some other language, then the first translation of the title is given in Serbo-Croatian.
Special attention is paid to reviewers and their significance. It was decided that the names of reviewers should be mentioned after each group of articles from a certain scientific discipline.
Due to the problems of a financial nature Editorial Board decided to give priority in publication to papers of museum workers, since “Work of Vojvodina’s Museums” is the sole national yearbook in the field of museology. Certain impoverishment of topics from general and cultural history of Vojvodina was the consequence of this policy.
Due to the lack of funding and the low response from museum staff, the yearbook covered two years twice, and at one time the journal appeared as a double issue: 31 (1988-89), 32 (1989-90), 37/38 (1995-96). In No. 31 (1988-89), for the first and only time, in addition to the number YU-ISSN, the UDC number was introduced for the entire journal while the program orientation remained unchanged. Starting with No. 32 contents page was transferred to the beginning of the journal and the design and print quality of the journal were modified. The Editorial Board managed to maintain the regularity of publication of several issues (No. 33-35) with the same concept as before.
By merging of Vojvodina’s Museum with the Historical Museum on May 20, 1992. the Museum of Vojvodina was created.
A new Editorial Board was appointed and the name of the journal was changed to “Work of the Museum of Vojvodina”, but the concept and decision to continue to publish articles of collaborators from other institutions remained. Starting from No. 36 the journal bore a new name, as well as a new cover design, whose layout was entirely done electronically.
In the double issue 37/38 and 39 (1997) there were printed papers from two scientific conferences organized by the Museum of Vojvodina: Medieval and Slavic Archeology in Vojvodina and the Serb Uprising in Banat in 1594, which had as a consequence the increased volume of these two issues. Changes in the concept design were introduced with new sections Pedagogy and Conservation & Restoration. In No. 39 (1997) the new emblem of the Museum of Vojvodina was printed for the first time and which was created to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the first concept of Museum. Years 1999-2000 were commemmorated with a double issue 41 /42. To compensate for the delay in publication of the journal, in 2004 a triple issue 43-45 for years 2001-2003 was published.
The journal kept its earlier concept and existing sections, but got a new cover design and new logo of the Museum of Vojvodina, starting with No. 46 (2004).
In Issue No. 50, a great number of scientific fields were covered – archeology, anthropology, history, art history, ethnology, conservation, museology, museum pedagogy, cultural management and library science. Besides scholarly papers, a number of articles of a more popular nature were also present within sections Records & Documents, From the Museum and Gallery Collections, From the Museums and Galleries of Vojvodina, Bibliography, etc.
The 50th jubilee issue was commemorated by the publication of Библиографије Рада војвођанских музеја 1-35 / Рада Музеја Војводине 36-50 (1952-2008) (The Bibliography of Work of Vojvodina’s Museums 1-35 / Work of the Museum of Vojvodina 36-50 (1952-2008) by authors Drago Njegovan, Ph.D., and Lidija Mustedanagić.
On the authorized list of scientific journals for year 2013, published by the Scientific Board on History, Archeology and Ethnology within the Ministry of Science and Technology Development, Work of the Museum of Vojvodina was categorised as journal of national significance (M52).
(Drаgicа Јоvаnоvić/ Lidiја Мustеdаnаgić, M.A.)
Editor in chief: Agneš Ozer
Editor: Dragica Jovanović
Editorial Staff Secretary: Darjuš Samii
Managing Editor: Ivan Kukurov
• Tijana Stanković-Pešterac – Archeology
• Suzаnа Мilоvаnоvić – Early History
• Dr Drаgо Nјеgоvаn – Recent History
• Мr Kаtаrinа Rаdisаvlјеvić – Ethnology
• Аnа Оlајоš – Conservation and Restauration
• Slаđаnа Vеlеndеčić – Pedagogy
Slavic Studies (Славистика) is a bi-annual scholarly periodical in the field of Slavic languages, literatures and cultures. It publishes original research papers in the field of Slavic philology, theory of linguistics and literature, history of Slavic studies and related scientific areas, as well as book reviews, chronicles and bibliographies.
The main idea of our editorial policy is to bring together researchers from both Slavic and non-Slavic countries, so that various academic ideas and concepts could be exchanged within a broader understanding of Slavic studies.
The development of various philological disciplines in contemporary Slavic philology at the turn of the century, as well as the emergence of new trends in Slavic linguistic and literary studies can be followed on the pages of the journal.
An important mission of the journal is to observe Slavic languages and literatures from a wider typological and comparative-historical perspective.
The journal regularly publishes scholarly papers in all Slavic languages, including Slavic microlanguages in order to protect linguistic diversity in line with the modern tendencies of preserving linguistic diversity of modern Europe. All papers contain abstracts in English, which makes them available to research by non-Slavists as well. Papers written in English contribute to the widening of the Slavic Studies’ targeted readership.
All contributions submitted to the journal are peer-reviewed by at least two competent experts, one of whom is an external reviewer. The journal implements the double-blind review process.
The Editorial Board of Slavic Studies consists of distinguished experts in Slavic philology from 13 Slavic and non-Slavic countries (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belarus, Bulgaria, Japan, Poland, USA, Slovenia, Serbia, Ukraine, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic).
The journal has been published regularly since 1997.
The publishers are the Serbian Association for Slavic Studies and the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade.
The journal is indexed in:
1) ERIH PLUS (https://dbh.nsd.uib.no/publiseringskanaler/erihplus/periodical/info?id=494982)
2) Slavic Humanities Index (https://slavus.ca/)
3) Reference list of journals in Slavic studies at the International Committee of Slavists (https://mks2018.fil.bg.ac.rs/referentna-lista-slavistickih-casopisa-pri-mks-u-referentn%d1%8b%d0%b9-perecen%d1%8c-slavisticeskih-zurnalov-pri-mks/)
4) Reference list of journalѕ of the Ministry of Science, Education and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia (http://www.mpn.gov.rs/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Kategorizacija-naucnih-casopisa-2020.pdf)
Смедеревски зборник конципиран је као периодични стручни часопис у коме се објављују радови о покретним културним добрима која се чувају у збиркама Музеја у Смедереву (историјској, археолошкој, уметничкој, етнолошкој, нумизматичкој и природњачкој), о културно-историјској баштини Смедерева, смедеревског краја и ширег региона Подунавља, о музеологији, издавачкој и излагачкој делатности наше установе, као и стручне радове на најразличитије теме од општег културно-историјског значаја.
Смедеревски зборник садржи следеће целине:
студије и прилози (до два ауторска табака куцаног текста),
из музејских збирки (до једног табака куцаног текста),
из Галерије савремене уметности Смедерево (до једног табака куцаног текста),
грађа за проучавање смедеревског краја (до једног табака куцаног текста)
поклони и откупи,
критике и прикази,
извештај о раду Музеја у Смедереву
Историјски архив Срем је основан 1946. године, са седиштем у Сремској Митровици. Територијална надлежност Архива обухвата Град Сремску Митровицу и шест општина Сремског округа: Стару Пазову, Инђију, Ириг, Шид, Руму и Пећинце.
Стварна надлежност се односи на архивску грађу и регистратурски материјал који су настали у раду ранијих и садашњих органа власти, институција, организација, односно правних субјеката и појединаца са подручја територијалне надлежности.
Folkloristika [Folkloristics] is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal of the Serbian Folklore Association ‒ a large community of academic specialists, professionals, and postgraduate students. It publishes papers on all forms of folklore and the non-material heritage in Serbia and elsewhere. Research is wide-ranging: from the verbal folklore, through folk music, dance, beliefs, customs, traditional medicine, pharmacy, phytotherapy, to traditional arts, skills, and crafts.
Examining and illustrating traditional and contemporary folklore practices and processes, Folkloristika encourages various theories, critical and comparative approaches, the study of history and folklore methodology, covering all the areas of interest to the subject: the relation between folkloristics and ethnology, ethnomusicology, linguistic and social anthropology, social history, cultural studies, kindred social sciences and the humanities. In addition to maintaining high academic standards, Folkloristika publishes field material and reports, endeavouring to stimulate scholarly discourse and point out connections between contemporary theoretical standpoints while simultaneously contributing to academic communication, the development of education and the preservation of the non-material cultural heritage.
In launching Folkloristika, the Serbian Folklore Association calls on a long tradition of Serbian and Yugoslav journals, such as: Tihomir Djordjević’s Karadžić (1899‒1904), Pavle Popović’s Prilozi za Književnost, Jezik, Istoriju i Folklor [Contributions to Literature, Language, History, and Folklore] (1921‒1939, 1954‒), Alois Schmaus and Radosav Medenica’s Prilozi Proučavanju Narodne Poezije [Contributions to the Research on Folk Poetry] (1934‒1940), Narodno Stvaralaštvo – Folklor [Folklore] (1962‒1988), Raskovnik (1968‒2000).
Folkloristika invites original unpublished work: research articles, field reports and material, reviews, review essays, bibliographies. Articles may contain audio, video and photographic documentation.
The journal is published bi-annually (in June and December) in printed and electronic form, with open access.
Један од најзначајнијих задатака Центра за црквене студије био је покретање часописа. Редакцију су у почетку чинили истакнути стручњаци из региона, а касније је проширена и угледним научницима из других земаља. Редакцију данас има следећи састав: др Драгиша Бојовић, уредник (Ниш), Академик Анатолиј Турилов (Москва), др Владимир Цветковић, (Ниш), др Слађана Ристић-Горгиев (Ниш), др Бранислав Тодић (Београд), др Борис Брајовић (Никшић), академик Владимир Митевски (Скопље), др Александар Наумов (Венеција), др Олга Лосева (Москва), др Ангелики Деликари (Солун), др Иван Христов (Софија), др Ростислав Станков (Софија), др Жан Клод Ларше (Стразбур), др Синиша Мишић (Београд), др Георги Каприев (Софија), др Кирил Максимович (Софија), др Панос Софоулис (Атина), др Дарко Крстић (Ниш).
Часопис излази једном годишње. Радови се објављују на српском, бугарском, руском, грчком, македонском, енглеском, француском и немачком језику. ”Црквене студије” су промовисане у Нишу, Београду, Софији, Москви, Солуну, као и у другим градовима.
Часопис је у научној категорији М24.