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  • Universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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    - History Department, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo
    The History Department of the Sarajevo University is the leading academic institution in the field of history in the country, especially regarding medieval studies and the education of medievalists. It was formed in 1950, and for around 40 years it also functioned as the centre of the Society of Historians of Bosnia and Herzegovina which published its journal Godišnjak (Annual) from 1949 to 1990. During its time this was one of the leading periodical publications on the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. A bibliography of articles and book reviews concerning the Middle Ages can be seen on Scribd (in Bosnian).
    The medieval section of the Department consists of:

    The department has developed a programme that allows students to take an MA degree in Medieval Studies. Among others, the two year Master course also includes the following subjects:

    • 7th semester: Eastern Central Europe (6th - 15th century); The Dubrovnik Archives; Death in the Middle Ages;
    • 8th semester: Medieval civilization of Western Europe; Bosnia and Dubrovnik in the Middle Ages; Relations between Church and State in the Middle Ages;
    • 9th semester: Medieval Palaeography; Bosnian Society in the Middle Ages; Vlachs in Medieval Bosnia; Medieval Bosnian Tombstones (Stećci).

    - History Department, Faculty of Humanistic Sciences, University “Džemal Bijedić” Mostar
    The medieval section of the Department consists of: dr. Salih Jalimam
    and Adis Zilić.

    - History Department, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Mostar
    The medieval section of the Department consists of: dr. Mladen Ančić, dr. Milko Brković and dr. Dijana Korać.

    - History Department, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Banja Luka
    The History Department in Banja Luka began work in 1994, together with the establishing of the Faculty of Philosophy. From 2007 it adopted the principles of the Bologna process and changed its name to “Study programme for history”.
    The medieval section of the Department consists of: dr. Đuro Tošić, dr. Tibor Živković, dr. Radivoj Radić, dr. Marko Šuica, dr. Aranđel Smiljanić, Pavle Dragičević, Boris Babić and Aleksandra Kostadinović Račić.

    The study course includes the following subjects:

    • 2nd semester: National history of the early Middle Ages 1 (settlement of the Slavs, old settlers on the Balkans, Slovenians and Carantanians);
    • 3rd semester: National history of the early Middle Ages 2 (the Serbs and Croats in the early Middle Ages, Bosnia during the rule of ban Borič and ban Kulin); General medieval history 1; History of the Byzantine Empire 1;
    • 4th semester: National history of the late Middle Ages 1 (Serbia and Bosnia from 1204 until 1355); General medieval history 2; History of the Byzantine Empire 2;
    • 5th semester: National history of the late Middle Ages 2 (Serbia and Bosnia from 1355 until the fall of these states under Ottoman dominance).

    - History Department, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Eastern Sarajevo
    The medieval section of the Department consists of: dr. Đuro Tošić, dr. Radivoj Radić, dr. Nada Zečević and dr. Andrija Veselinović.

    Emir O. FILIPOVIC, 13 July 2015
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  • Research centres in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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    - Institute for History, Sarajevo
    The Institute for History is a member of the Sarajevo University. It is one of the oldest and most important institutions of historical research in Bosnia and Herzegovina (established in 1959). The institute has never had a reputation for any particular care for medieval history since it was founded as the Institute for the history of the labour movement. Over the last years only two researchers in the field of medieval history were employed here. Its main periodical publications are the yearly journal Prilozi (Contributions) and the journal Historijska traganja (Historical Searches) which is published twice a year.

    - Institute for History, Academy of Sciences and Arts of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka
    The Institute for History of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Republic of Srpska in Banja Luka is a relatively newly founded institution, even though it has some continuity with the previous Historical Institute existing in Banja Luka (established in 1980). The Institute is headed by dr. Rade Mihaljčić.

    Emir O. FILIPOVIC, 16 April 2012
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