Dr Srđan Milošević

Srđan Milošević is a research fellow at the Institute for Recent History of Serbia, in Belgrade. He holds a PhD in Yugoslav History, at the University of Belgrade's School of Philosophy (dissertation topic: Agrarian Politics in Yugoslavia 1945-1953). His major fields of research are: Yugoslavia's social and economic history, historical anthropology, legal history and problems of historical revisionism. Dr. Milošević has collaborated on numerous national and international projects. He was a visiting scholar at the Institute for Cultural Studies at Leipzig University and at Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena.


Selected bibliography:

Istorija pred sudom. Istorijski  i pravni aspeksti u rehabilitaciji kneza Pavla Karađorđevića, Beograd 2013/History Before the Court. Historical and legal  aspects of the Prince Paul Karađorđević’s judicial rehabilitation, Belgrade 2013, pp. 178. (Monography)

Politička upotreba prošlosti: o istorijskom revizionizmu na postjugoslovenskom prostoru, Ur: M. Samardžić, M. Bešlin, S. Milošević, Novi Sad 2013.

“The Role of the Yugoslav Popular Front in Implementing Communist-Style Measures in Yugoslav Rural Areas (1945–1953)”, Tokovi istorije 3/2018, 63-86.

„Between Profession and Ideology. Geodetic Profession in Socialist Yugoslavia (1945–1953)“, in: H. Siegrist, D. Müller (eds.), Professionen, Eigentum und Staat. Europäische Entwicklungen im Vergleich. 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, Götingen 2014, 207–229. 

„Owning Land in Central Serbia: Contemporary Notions and Practices: The Case of Mrčajevci“, in: H. Siegrist, D. Müller (eds.), Property in East Central Europe, Berghahn Books, New York–Oxford, 2014.

„The Arrested Development: mythical characteristics in the ’five hundred years of Turkish yoke’“, Images of Imperial Legacy, eds. Tea Sindbaek and Maximilian Harmuth, Lit Verlag, Berlin, 2011, pp. 68–78.

„The Agrarian Reform – A ’Divine Thing’. Ideological aspects of the agrarian reform in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes/Yugoslavia“, Transforming Rural Societies. Agrarian Property and Agrarianism in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, eds. Dietmar Müller and Angela Harre, Institute for Rural History, Studienverlag, Insbruk, Wien, Bozen, 2011, pp. 47–62.