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Category: Studies and monographs

The article by Dr Irina Milutinović „Media framing of COVID-19 pandemic in the transitional regime of Serbia: exploring discourses and strategies“

The article by Dr Irina Milutinović „Media framing of COVID-19 pandemic in the transitional regime of Serbia: exploring discourses and strategies“ has been published in the journal Media, Culture and Society (by Sage Publications) which is listed on the SSCI

The article by Dr Sanja Ivić „The Hermeneutics of Gender Equality Law in Europe“ has been published in Javnost – The Public

An article by our colleague Dr Sanja Ivić, titled „The Hermeneutics of Gender Equality Law in Europe“, has just been published in Javnost – The Public (SCI, M22).

S. Gajić, “Od roba do građanina: borba Afroamerikanaca za priznanje čovečnosti” [“From Slave to Citizen: The Fight of African Americans for the Recognition of Humanity”], Belgrade 2020.

Catena mundi and the Institute of European Studies have published a book by IES research associate Stevan Gajić, From Slave to Citizen: The Struggle of African Americans for the Recognition of Humanity, the first work in Serbian on African American

Valentina Ivanić, How to Bridge the Cultural Distance Between the European Union and South-East Europe, Institute of European Studies, Belgrade 2020.

The monograph How to bridge the Cultural Distance Between the European Union and South-East Europe is the outcome of the author’s many long years of the work on the challenges of the SEE region inclusion in the EU. Besides the

Rajko Petrović, Political Ideologies in Latin America, Poredak, Institut of European Studies and the Hispanist Society, Belgrade, 2020.

The book Political Ideologies in Latin America is a unique and quite unusual attempt to bring different political ideas from the Latin American space to the domestic and professional public. For decades, Latin American countries have been moving between the

Blagoje Pantelić, Diptych on Christianity and Philosophy, IES, Belgrade, 2019.

The first study [Christian Philosophy: pro et contra] shows how Serbian academic environment of the eighties and later reacted to the reappearance and involvement of Christian thinkers in philosophical life. And the other study [Philosopher and Christianity] personate what a

Milan Subotić, Forward, to the Past: Studies on the Politics of History in Poland, Ukraine and Russia, Fabrika knjiga, Peščanik, Beograd, 2019.

Forward, to the Past – intro

Miroslav Prokopijević: The Face of Freedom, Toplički centar za demokratiju i ljudska prava and the Institute of European Studies, Prokuplje and Belgrade, 2019.

The intellectual potential, enormous talent and diligence are just a part of a fantastic combinations that made Miroslav so special and different in a cramped world and anxious times, unfavorable to the man of great format. But what made Miroslav

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2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law

The Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College has recently published the 2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law, a unique resource available to scholars and practitioners of constitutional law and policy around the world. This edition

Miša Đurković, The Right Thought in the XX Century, IK Zorana Stojanovića, Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad, 2019

The Right Thought in the XX Century is a synthesis of two decades of work by Miša Đurković on the study of this field of political theory. It is the first comprehensive study of the development of various forms of

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