|Cooperation in the country in 2010|
December 10 and December 17
Students of history at Belgrade University visited Archives
On 10 and 17 December 2010, Prof. Ljubodrag Dimić PhD held tutorial sessions for fourth year students of history from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade on the premises of the Archives of Yugoslavia.
Nada Petrović and Milan Medaković, Department Heads of the Archives of Yugoslavia, informed the students of the general activities, possibilities for researching archival holdings, of publishing activities, reading room, repositories for keeping archival material, and finding aids. Zorica Netaj talked to the students about the history of photography and the collection of photographs held by the Archives. Prof. Ljubodrag Dimić explained to his students the ways to research and use archival holdings in historiography. The students had an opportunity to see original documents from the following fonds: Emigrant Government, Kingdom of Yugoslavia Court, Kingdom of Yugoslavia Ministry of Trade and Industry, Milan Stojadinović’s Collection and Kingdom of Yugoslavia Ministry of Education.
November, 19 2010
Promotion of Publication The History of Cacak, Chronology from Prehistory to 2000
The Archives of Yugoslavia and the Intermunicipal Historical Archives of Cacak, organized at the Archives of Yugoslavia on 19th November 2010, the promotion of the book Istorija Čačka, Hronologija od praistorije do 2000. godine(The History of Cacak, Chronology from Prehistory to 2000.) The authors of the book are Goran Davidovic and Lela Pavlovic. Guests were welcomed by the host, Miladin Milosevic, acting director of the Archives of Yugoslavia. Radovan M. Marinkovic, writer from Cacak, Dr. Ljubodrag Ristic, from the Balkan Institute, and Lela Pavlovic, director of the Inter-municipal Archives of Cacak spoke at the promotion. The program was conducted by Slobodan Nikolic, professor of literature of the Cacak Grammar School. The promotion was enriched by Ratko and Radisa Teofilovic who interpreted Serbian folk songs.
October, 15 2010
Students from Slovenia at the Archives of Yugoslavia
Master level students of andragogy and pedagogy at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana, and students of andragogy of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade visited the Archives of Yugoslavia on 15 October 2010. The meeting of students from Slovenia and Serbia was organised by the Club of Andragogy Students from University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy in the period from 14 to 17 October 2010.
The students from Slovenia wished to visit the Archives of Yugoslavia, learn about its functioning, manner of researching archival materials, fonds and collections and its finding aids.
On 15 October 2010, during their visit to the Archives, Nada Petrović and Milan Medaković, Department Heads in the Archives of Yugoslavia, talked to them about the functioning of the institution, possibilities for researching archival holdings, publishing activities, reading room and the repositories for keeping the archive materials. The students stayed in the Archives from 12 to 2 p.m.
July 19, 2010
History Students from Russian Federation at the Archives of Yugoslavia
The students of the Faculty of History – the Department for the History of the Balkans of the Ural State University from Yekaterinburg, on a study visit to Belgrade, visited the Archives of Yugoslavia accompanied by Prof. Dr. Ljubodrag Dimić and Dr. Aleksandar Životić. They were informed about the work of the Archives, saw the exhibition Yugoslav Government 1918-2006 and in the reading room they learnt about the finding aids of the fonds and collections of the Archives. Their visit to Belgrade will last until 8th August 2010 and they will spend that time researching the archival material of the Archives of Yugoslavia and the Archives of Serbia.
On behalf of the Archives of Yugoslavia, the students were greeted by Miladin Milošević, Acting Director of the Archives and Nada Petrović, Head of Department at the Archives.
May 27, 2010
Archives of Yugoslavia was awarded a Letter of Acknowledgement
In the jubilee year of the 50th anniversary of the Institute for the Protection of the Cultural Heritage of the City of Belgrade, at the celebration staged on 27th May 2010, the Archives of Yugoslavia was awarded Letter of Acknowledgement "for extensive years of cooperation and exceptional contribution to the preservation, promotion and affirmation of immovable cultural heritage on the territory of the city of Belgrade". The building of the Archives of Yugoslavia has been enlisted as a cultural heritage monument and, as an urban architectural building, enjoys previous heritage protection status.
May 19, 2010
History Students from Kosovska Mitrovica and Belgrade at the Archives of Yugoslavia
On 19th May 2010 the Archives of Yugoslavia hosted the best students of history from the Faculty of Philosophy from Kosovska Mitrovica, with their Assistant Professor M.A. Dalibor Elezović and the Faculty of Philosophy from Belgrade with Professor Dr. Ljubodrag Dimić. Together with Professor. Dr. Ljubodrag Dimić and the 3rd and 4th year students of history, the Archives also hosted the youngest Doctor of Historical Sciences Aleksandar Životić, Dr. Slobodan Selinić and future doctors Nataša Milićević and Vladimir Cvetković. The history students were welcomed by Miladin Milošević, Acting Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia. Nada Petrović and Milan Medaković, Heads of Departments at the Archives of Yugoslavia, informed the students how this institution operates, about its fonds and collections, means and possibilities of research, publishing activities, the reading room and depots.
It was a special honor and pleasure to hear Dr. Ljubodrag Dimić’s presentation about the history of the Yugoslav History Department of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, about professors who were the founders of the Department, the importance and value of the Archives in studying topics referring to the history of Yugoslavia, fonds containing archival material about Kosovo and Metohija, the tasks and the necessity of historical sciences, as well as future historians, in enlightening and researching certain segments of the history of Yugoslavia, especially that of Kosovo and Metohija.
The students saw the exhibition of archival documents of the Yugoslav Government 1918-2006 with expert explanations from Prof. Dr. Ljubodrag Dimić and Dušan Jončić, one of the authors of the exhibition.
The encounter was also an opportunity to agree upon future cooperation between the two faculties and the Archives of Yugoslavia. It was agreed to organize, in the semesters to come, more such educational gatherings of History students in Belgrade and Kosovska Mitrovica.