Ombla, villas and villeins
Jan23

Ombla, villas and villeins

Slavica Stojan: Ombla, villas and villeins. History revived in the villas of Rijeka dubrovačka from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century This important new study is dedicated to the history of everyday life in the villas situated in the picturesque bay of Rijeka Dubrovačka in the vicinity of Dubrovnik. After consulting numerous archival funds in the State Archives of Dubrovnik, Slavica Stojan has identified around sixty houses and...

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Nikša Varezić,  Suffice to say it in Rome to have the whole world know
Dec12

Nikša Varezić, Suffice to say it in Rome to have the whole world know

Nikša Varezić, Dosta je reći u Rimu da bi se reklo čitavom svijetu. Dubrovačka republika i Sveta Stolica tijekom 16. i 17. stoljeća (Suffice to say it in Rome to have the whole world know: Dubrovnik Republic and the Holy See in the sixteenth and seventeenth century). Zagreb-Dubrovnik: Zavod za povijesne znanosti HAZU u Dubrovniku, 2018. Nikša Varezić’s study focuses on one of the most important international relationships of the...

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Vesna Miović, Jewish Families of Dubrovnik (Ragusa) (1546-1940)
Feb26

Vesna Miović, Jewish Families of Dubrovnik (Ragusa) (1546-1940)

The monograph „Jewish families in Dubrovnik (1546-1940)“, written by Vesna Miović, has been published as the 27th book in the series „Contributions to the history of population of Dubrovnik and its surroundings.“ This study encompasses the period between the foundation of the Ghetto in 1546 and the year 1940, when the registries of Dubrovnik’s Jews cease.  In the first, textual part of the monograph Vesna Miović presents data...

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Dr. Ivo Perić passed away
Jan29

Dr. Ivo Perić passed away

Ivo Perić, PhD, died on the 27th January 2018 in Zagreb. Dr. Perić was an eminent scholar who for decades performed important functions in the academic life of Dubrovnik and Croatia. He was a director of the gymnasium in Dubrovnik, an employee and director of the Institute for Historical Sciences of CASA in Dubrovnik. His main research interest was the history of Dubrovnik and Croatia in the 20th century, especially the history of...

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Jelena Obradović Mojaš, The Tradition of Kolenda in Dubrovnik from the Thirteent Century to the Present.
Aug31

Jelena Obradović Mojaš, The Tradition of Kolenda in Dubrovnik from the Thirteent Century to the Present.

Jelena Obradović Mojaš, The Tradition of Kolenda in Dubrovnik from the Thirteent Century to the Present. Zagreb-Dubrovnik: Zavod za povijesne znanosti HAZU, 2017, 352 pp. The Institute for Historical Sciences of CASA in Dubrovnik has just published the monograph by Jelena Obradović Mojaš, dedicated to the history of kolenda, a greeting song which is traditionally performed on the eve of the important Christian holidays. The author...

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