Smilja Marjanović-Dušanić

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Smilja Marjanović-Dušanić (Serbian Cyrillic: Смиља Марјановић-Душанић; born 29 March 1963) is a Serbian historian and professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy. She is specializing in medieval studies.[1]

Marjanović-Dušanić was born in Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia.[1] She received her Master's degree in 1986, and Master of Advanced Studies in 1991, from the University of Belgrade.[1] Awarded with a Doctorate in 1996 with the work Vladarska ideologija Nemanjića: diplomatička studija, she started working as a Docent in the Department of History at the Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy the next year.[1] She was re-elected Docent in 2003.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Vladarske insignije i državna simbolika u Srbiji od XIII do XV veka (1994)
  • The Rulers’ Insignia in the Structural Evolution of Medieval Serbia (1999)
  • The Zion Symbolics of the Monastery of Chilandari (2000)
  • The New Constantine in serbian medieval hagiography (2001)
  • Rex imago Dei (2002)
  • Privatni život u srpskim zemljama srednjeg veka (2004)
  • Les prières de Saint Syméon et saint Sava dans le programme monarchique du roi Milutin (2004)
  • Dynastie et sainteté à l’époque de la famille des Lazarević: exemples anciens et nouveaux modèles (2006)
  • The making of a Saint in medieval Serbia: sovereign as martyr (2006)
  • L’idéologie monarchique de la dynastie des Némanide (2006)
  • "Patterns of Martyrial Sanctity in the Royal Ideology of Medieval Serbia. Continuity and Change" (PDF). 2006. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  • Sveti kralj (2007)
  • “L’altérité“ dans le témoignage des récits hagiographiques serbes: l’exemple des Vies de Théodose (2007)
  • Popović, Marko; Marjanović-Dušanić, Smilja; Popović, Danica (2016). Daily Life in Medieval Serbia. Belgrade: Clio & Institute for Balkan Studies.
  • "L'écriture et la sainteté dans la Serbie médiévale. Étude d'hagiographie" (2017)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Monde byzantin, p. 1.

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