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“Freemasonry in Southeast Europe from the 19th to the 21st centuries”, ed. S. G. Markovich, Zepter Book World, Institute of European Studies, Belgrade 2020.

The collection Freemasonry in Southeast Europe from the 19 th to the 21 st Centuries is the result of an international scholarly conference organised in Belgrade in October 2019, by the Institute for European Studies in collaboration with RGLS, on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the Grand Lodge of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes “Yugoslavia”. The idea was to ...
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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 list as an outstanding journal by its five-year impact factor (M22) and as a first-class journal in 2019 and 2018 ...
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The article by Dr Sanja Ivić „The Hermeneutics of Gender Equality Law in Europe“ has been published in Javnost – The Public

The 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). Journal home page: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjav20/current Link to the article: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13183222.2021.1843851 Like this:Like Loading ...
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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 political thought. Gajic explores the ideas of African-American thinkers Frederick Douglas and William Du Bois, which are still relevant today ...
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