Special Edition of Radovi: Journal of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo (History, History of Arts, Archeology) Published in English
Journal of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo (History, History of Arts, Archeology) Reflections on Life and Society in the Western Balkans: Studies in the History of Bosnia and Herzegovina
On the occasion of the 70th UNSA Faculty of Philosophy and History Department’s anniversary, the Center for Historical Research announces the publication of a special edition of Papers in English entitled Journal of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo (History, History of Arts, Archeology), book 7, No. 2, 2020
This is the first time that the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Sarajevo has published a journal that is entirely in English. The decision to publish this issue is the result of academic discussions at the Department of History, after which it was concluded that the publication of a special edition in English is a step in line with modern academic trends and that it can be an important step in achieving long-term goals. Faculty of Philosophy - greater visibility in the international academic space.
The Journal contains a total of twelve articles ̶ two original scientific articles published for the first time in this special issue and ten original scientific and professional papers previously published in Bosnian in various reference journals, and here they are found in English translation. The works deal with various topics from the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the wider region of the Western Balkans, ranging from classical antiquity to modern times. The focus on the history of this area is the common denominator of the papers in this issue and it is, accordingly, entitled Reflections on Life and Society in the Western Balkans: Studies in the History of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
We hope that the articles contained in this special edition will find their way to a readership in the wider international field; that it will lead to a stimulating academic dialogue in the field of historiography and that, ultimately, it will contribute to the deconstruction of a series of dominant notions and paradigms that have shaped traditional historiography and public discourses in several European countries.
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