Mile Bjelajac

Curriculum Vitae
Citizenship: Yugoslav
Date of Birth: April 14, 1955
Place: Belgrade


Ph.D Thesis Dec. 22, 1992 Belgrade University, History Department: "The Military during the Dictatorship of King Alexander I"

MA/MS June 6, 1986, Belgrade University, History Department: "The Military in Formation of Yugoslavia 1918-1921"

BA/BS Dec.29, 1977, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Sciences: "The Yugoslav Political System"


From 1994: Faculty of Philosophy, History Department in Editorial Board of "Annual of Social History"

From 1993-96: In Editorial Board of "Military Historical Review"

From 1993-97: Belgrade University, History Department part time lecturer on undergraduate and postgraduate studies and supervisor on MA/MS

From 1993 up today: The Institute for Modern Serbia History, Associate Professor

From January 1987: The Institute for Modern Serbian History (former for History of Labor Movement), Assistant

From 1983-86: The Center for Research "E. Kardelj", Belgrade, Collaborator on Project for research, collecting and printing the archive material (1936-1979) of late Statesman E. Kardelj

From 1979-83: Affiliated with and correspondent of: Review "Naše theme" (Zagreb), Weekly Magazine "Polet" (Zagreb), Daily Paper "Vjesnik" (Zagreb)


October, 13, 1997, Gave a lecture in Hamburger Instituts fur Sozialforshung, Hamburg,

October 6-10, 1997, Tutzing (Munchen), 37. Internationalen Hochschulewoche, Elites in Southeast Europe

May-June 1996, Course of lectures on Macquarie University, Serbian Studies, Sydney, and researches in Fishers Library, Sydney University.

Feb. 28-March 6, 1996 Budapest, Central European University-CRC History Session

January 1995, Paris, Research in Military and Diplomatic Archives

May-June, 1993, Paris, Research in Military, Diplomatic and National Archives

Jan-April, 1989, Paris, Research in Archives and Libraries, French Government Grant

Oct. 1984, Paris, Research in Archives and Libraries

May (one week) 1983, Geneve, University Library

May (one week) 1979, Southampton, University Library

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