Predrag J. Marković

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Personal Data

Date of birth: 06.09.1965
Place of birth: Belgrade
Country: Yugoslavia
Citizenship: Yugoslav
Office address: Trg Nikole Pašica 11, 11 000 Beograd, Yugoslavia
Tel/Fax: ++381 11 3234 517 (Home: 751 718)



EDUCATION:

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Modern History, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE, Belgrade, Yu (November, 1995)
    Dissertation: "Cold war and modeling of Yugoslav society (case of Belgrade) 1948-1965"


  • Master of Arts in Modern History, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE, (May, 1991)

    M.A. thesis: "European influences upon modernization of Yugoslav and Belgrade society 1918-1941"

  • Bachelor of Arts in History with High Distinction, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE, (March, 1986)

  • Undergraduate Study, Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (1981-1986), Average grade 9.88 (out of 10).



  • FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS:

  • Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund Program (Oct. 1990-Oct. 1992)

  • Yugoslav Students Fellowship, University of London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies (Apr.1991-June 1991)

  • DAAD (Deutsche Akademisher Austauschdienst) Fellowship, FU Berlin (Oct. 1996-Jan. 1997)

  • Roman Herzog Fellowship, FU Berlin (June 1998-Nov. 1998)



  • LANGUAGES:

  • English, German, Italian



  • AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST:

  • Social Transformations in 20 th Century (Modernization, Urbanization)

  • Intercultural Transfer and civilizational Influences

  • Cold War and Society

  • Gender Roles

  • Cultural and Media History

  • Political Analysis

  • Historiography

  • Translations



  • WORK EXPERIENCE:


    Research Fellow Institute for Contemporary History (March 1987-)

    Invited Participant

    European Societes in historical Comparation , Summer Course, Arbeitstelle fuer Vergleichende Gesseschaftsgeschichte Free University Berlin, Sept. 4-8 1995,

    Prelude to Homogeneity: Ethnic and National Conflicts in the Wake of World War Two in Europe. Remarque Institute, New York University, and Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna, Jan.16-17, 1995.

    Organizer

    Co-organizer, Conference Die Wiederkehr der Albanischen Frage - ihre Bedeutung fuer Balkan und Europa, Internationale Helsinki Foederation fuer Menschen Rechte, Vienna, 7-10 June 1993.


    ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS:

  • Student Representative, Faculty of Philosophy, 1981-1982

  • Member of the Committee for the 20th Century History, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, (Jan.1995)

  • Member of the "Annual of Social History" Editorial Board (Jan. 1994)

  • Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (Salzburg) (Dec.1997)



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