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Zbornik radova Vizantoloskog instituta
Byzantine Studies

Publishing House: Vizantološki institut SANU
Subject(s): History
Frequency: 1 issues
ISSN: 0584-9888
Status: Active

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Short Description

Founded in 1948, the Institute is the only scienctific centre in this country pursuing research in Byzantine studies. The Institute's project Byzantology includes the following topics: History of Byzantium and Byzantine-South-Slavic Relations, Byzantine Sources for the History of Yugoslav Peoples, Byzantine Literature and the Medieval Greek Language, Byzantine and post-Byzantine Art. The Institute has organized several scentific conferences, including a world congress of Byzantinists (Ohrid, 1961). Until now, it has published 37 volumes of the periodical Zbornik radova Vizantoloskog instituta (ZRVI), 18 monographs and 5 volumes (out of 7 planned) in the series Byzantine Sources for the History of Yugoslav Peoples (Vizantijski izvori za istoriju naroda Jugoslavije). At the moment, the Institue employs 13 research fellows of all ranks, on a full or part-time basis, including four University lecturers. The Institute is also a centre which gathers around ten scholars working in related disciplines. Several researchers have won high scholarly awards, both international and local, one is a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and most of them are frequently invited to international conferences, or as visiting professors to foreign universities. The Institute is engaged in three projects together with similar institutions in the world (Greece, France, and Germany). The Institute library, with extensive international exchange, holds more than 20,000 books and journals.