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Position: Lecturer/ProfessorMetropolitan univerzitet Beograd (Metropolitan University Belgrade)
Fakultet digitalnih umetnosti (Faculty of Digital Art)
Tadeusa Koscuska 63
Teaches (T) and/or researches (R) in:
2. History of the Jewish People: TR
Early Modern: TR
Regional and National (i.e. in North Africa, Greece, Eastern Europe, Germany, Middle East, Spain, India, South America, United States, etc): TR
8. Art, Architecture and Performing Arts: TR
Art (including iconography): TR
Architecture (including synagogues): TR
9. Contemporary Studies: TR
71: Interfaith studies (including Jewish-Christian relations, Jewish-Muslim relations): R
11. Digital Humanities: TR
Digital humanities: TR
jewish dimension in medieval visual culture: Teach and Research
jewish dimension in modern visual culture: Teach and Research
2007-2014 Completed her doctoral studies in Vienna, Department of Art History, University of Vienna (Institut für Kunstgeschichte – Universität Wien).
2015- Associate Professor, Metropolitan University Belgrade
2008-2015 Assistant Professor, Metropolitan University Belgrade. Teaching courses in History of Ancient and Medieval Art, History of Modern Art and History of Graphic Design.
1997-2000 Engaged on a project of the Government of Republic of Serbia as a talent-researcher at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade.
2011-2016 Participant of two research projects of Serbian Ministery of Science and Education
III 177036 The Serbian medieval art and its european context and
III 044006 Development of new information and communication technologies
ÖAD (Wien) 2007, 2011; Janineum Institut (Wien) 2008, 2013, 2014; Goethe Institute (Münhen) 1997; Aristotel University (Thessaloniki) 2000; Gercen Institute (Saint Petersburg) 1997
Byzantine and Serbian medieval visual culture in the Balkans, the reception of medieval culture in new age, the image of other, the Jewish visual culture in the Balkans, the history of women in the medieval Balkans, the phenomenon of sacred topography, sacred space, relics, pilgrimage.
Published book: 1. Manastir Treskavac, (The Monastery Treskavec), Metropolitan University, Belgrade 2013.
1. Female Benefectors of the Monasteries of Mt Athos in the Middle Ages, in: Deveta kazivanja o Svetoj gori Aton, Belgrade 2016, pp. 171-206.
2. History of the monastery of Saint Prohor of Pčinja, in: The Monastery of Saint Prochorus of Pcinja, Belgrade 2015, pp. 1-44.
3. Under the blessing of holy father Prohor of Pčinja: sacred topography and the place of pilgrimage, in: The Monastery of Saint Prochorus of Pcinja, Belgrade 2015, pp. 125-153.
4. Miracle and its sacred space in the Visual culture of the medieval Balkans, PhD Thesis, Universität Wien, 2014, 316 pages
5. The Holy Mountain in Byzantine visual culture of medieval Balkans, Sinai - Athos – Treskavac, in: Heilige Landschaften – Heilige Berge, Akten des 8. Internationalen Barocksommerkurses der Stiftung Bibliothek Werner Oechslin, Einsiedeln Zürich: Gta Verlag 2014, pp. 242-261.
Recent conferences and congresses:
1. 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Thursday-Sunday, May 14-17, 2015), together with Galina Tirnanic and Petrula Kostovska organizer of the panel: Urban and Sacred Topography of Prilep a Byzantine Town in the Balkans, sponsored by BSANA. Participated with the topic: A City under a Holy Mountain: Prilep and the Monastery Treskavec. http://wmich.edu/medieval/files/schedule-2015.pdf
2. Miracle and Wonders in Antiquity and Byzantium, University of Cyprus, Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Nicosia 2014, with the topic: Visualizing Miracle in the Medieval Balkans http://www2.ucy.ac.cy/~miracles/conf-program/index.php
3. Supra Space: On the Concept of Space and Place in Art and Visual Culture, International Conference 3-4 June 2012 Tel Aviv with the topic: The Creation of Sacred Space: Icon on the Rock and Topography on the Medieval Balkans http://arts.tau.ac.il/departments/images/stories/arthistory/pdf/supraspace3.pdf