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Scrinia Slavonica
Scrinia Slavonica

Publishing House: Hrvatski institut za povijest
Subject(s): History
Frequency: 1 issues
ISSN: 1332-4853
Status: Active

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Short Description

SCRINIA SLAVONICA, annual review of the Croatian Historical Institute, Department for history of Slavonia, Srijem and Baranja, publishes contributions dealing with the history of North-Eastern Croatia, i.e. of the historical region of Slavonia (in the modern geographical sense of this term) with Srijem and the Croatian part of Baranja. The annual aims at establishing regional history of Slavonia as a meaningful frame for a productive historical research. It is open for publishing both in-depth research contributions and articles of synthesis or recapitulation, as well as editions of relevant source texts in limited selections. Besides that, a part of the annual's space is dedicated to works on broader theoretical or methodological issues, primarily those applicable to concrete regional research projects. Finally, through articles in translation and review articles it will be attempted to help Croatian historians in a continous following of historiographical processes and interesting events in Slavonia's neighbouring countries - Hungary, Serbia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina - because all of them constitute an area which was encompassed during past centuries by various structures of mutual connections and relationships, a consequence of this being an overlap between interests (while not necessarily a correspondence of results) of their respective modern historiographies, and therefore a need for communication, sharing of knowledge, cooperation, and well-founded dialogue.