Prof Dr Dubravka Stojanović

Dubravka Stojanović was born in 1963 in Belgrade, where she finished her elementary and high school. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of History, in 1987, received her master's degree in 1992 and her doctorate in 2001. From 1988 to 1996 she was employed at the Institute for Recent History of Serbia. She has been working at the Faculty of Philosophy since 1996. Since 2016 she has held the title of full professor.

            She deals with the issues of democracy in Serbia and the Balkans in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; European influences in Serbia at the beginning of the 20th century; interpretations of history in new Serbian textbooks (vice-president of the Balkan Committee for Education in the field of history); the history of women in Serbia; processes of modernization. She has participated in many scientific gatherings in the country and abroad (Japan, United States, Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Austria, Hungary, Germany, France, Norway, Portugal, Denmark). She has collaborated on many foreign projects, of which the "Joint History Project," which is the Center for Democracy and Reconciliation from Thessaloniki, is especially worthy of mention. Within this project, six volumes of additional teaching materials were made for teaching history throughout the Balkans, based on the method of multiperspectivity, including the volume dealing with the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. She is one of the founders of the magazine Godišnjak za društvenu istorije, the Association for Social History, and the Association of History Teachers, "Euroklio Srbia."

She won the City of Belgrade Award for Social and Human Sciences in 2004 for her book: Serbia and Democracy 1903-1914 - A Historical Study of the "Golden Age of Serbian Democracy". She received the Peace Prize from the Belgrade Center for Peace and Democracy for her years of work on reconciliation in Southeast Europe through the reform of history teaching. In 2012, she received the "Winning of Freedom" Award for women who are fighting for human rights, democracy, and the rule of law. She is a recipient of the National Order of Merit in the rank of the French Knight of the National Order of Merit.

Selected bibliography:

- Iskušavanje načela. Srpska socijaldemokratija i ratni program Srbije 1912-1918, Beograd 1994.

- Srbija i demokratija 1903-1914. Istorijska studija o” zlatnom dobu srpske demokratije”, Beograd 2003.

- Srbija 1804-2004, (koautorstvo sa M. Jovanovićem i Lj. Dimićem), Beograd 2005.

- Kaldrma i asfalt. Urbanizacija i evropeizacija Beograda 1890-1914, Beograd 2008.

- Ulje na vodi. Ogledi iz istorije sadašnjosti Srbije, Beograd 2010.

- Noga u vratima. Prilozi za političku biografiju Biblioteke XX vek, Beograd 2011.

- Iza zavese. Ogledi iz društvene istorije Srbije 1890-1914, Beograd 2013.

- Rađanje globalnog sveta 1880-2015. Vanevropski svet u savremenom dobu, Beograd 2015.