Josip Bratulić

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Josip Bratulić
Josip Bratulić u Čakovcu.jpg
Bratulić speaking at a 2017 book promotion event in Čakovec
Born (1939-02-02)2 February 1939
Sveti Petar u Šumi, Croatia
Nationality Croatian
Occupation former dean
Known for philology, literary history

Josip Bratulić (born 2 February 1939) is a Croatian philologist and a historian of literature and culture.[1]

He was born in Sveti Petar u Šumi. He attended a gymnasium in Pazin, graduating in Croatian studies and comparative literature at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb. At the same university he received his master's degree and a doctorate, with a thesis on Croatian Glagolism. He worked as an assistant and research associate at the Old Church Slavonic Institute in Zagreb, and since 1977 he is teaching a course on Old Croatian literature at the Zagreb Faculty of Philosophy. He served as a dean in the period 1991-1993, and since 2000 he is a regular member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.[1]

Bratulić participated in the preparation of a large number of cultural and scientific events, such as the exhibition Pisana riječ u Hrvatskoj ("The Written Word in Croatia"), and the development of the ethnopark Glagolitic Alley Roč–Hum together with Želimir Janeš. In the period 1996-2002. he served as the president of Matica hrvatska. His scientific interest is Croatian and Slavic Middle Ages, Croatian Glagolitism, Croatian pre-revival literature and the Croatian cultural peculiarities on the Istrian territory.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Apokrif o prekrasnom Josipu u hrvatskoj književnosti (1972)
  • Istarski razvod (1978)
  • Aleja glagoljaša Roč–Hum (1983, 1994)
  • Žitja Konstantina i Metodija i druga vrela (1985)
  • Istarske književne teme (1987)
  • Vinodolski zakon (1988)
  • Izazov zavičaja (1990)
  • Sjaj baštine (1990)
  • Mrvice sa zagrebačkog stola (1994)
  • Leksikon hrvatske glagoljice (1995)
  • Hrvatska propovijed (1996)
  • Hrvatski ex libris, (2007)
  • Hrvatske autorske čestitke, (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Bratulić, Josip", Croatian Encyclopedia (in Croatian), Leksikografski zavod Miroslav Krleža, 1999–2009, retrieved May 3, 2014
Cultural offices
Preceded by
Vlado Gotovac
0President of Matica hrvatska0
1996–2002
Succeeded by
Igor Zidić