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In this section Folkloristika publishes papers on all forms of folklore and the non-material heritage in the field of folkloristics, ethnology, ethnomusicology, linguistic and social anthropology, social history, cultural studies.

 

 

Research and Fieldwork

 

Rubric is open for fieldwork materials and reports, including audio, video and photo documentation. Folkloristika also publishes other types of relevant materials, such as bibliographies, archival data, etc.

 

 

Reviews, Communication, Chronicle

Folkloristika publishes critical rewievs of scientific publications, conferences, audio publications, etc. Publishers who are interested in their publications to be rewieved should submit two copies of the book, a brief description and the author's biography.

 

ABOUT THE JOURNAL

Folkloristika [Folkloristics] is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal of the Serbian Folklore Association ‒ a large community of academic specialists, professionals, and postgraduate students. In launching Folkloristika, the Serbian Folklore Association calls on a long tradition of Serbian and Yugoslav journals, such as: Tihomir Djordjević’s Karadžić (1899‒1904), Pavle Popović’s Prilozi za književnost, jezik, istoriju i folklor [Contributions to Literature, Language, History, and Folklore] (1921‒1939, 1954‒), Alois Schmaus and Radosav Medenica’s Prilozi Proučavanju Narodne Poezije [Contributions to the Research on Folk Poetry] (1934‒1940), Narodno Stvaralaštvo – Folklor [Folklore] (1962‒1988), Raskovnik (1968‒2000). Folkloristika publishes papers on all forms of folklore and the non-material heritage in Serbia and elsewhere, and encourages various theories, critical and comparative approaches. In addition to maintaining high academic standards, Folkloristika publishes field material and reports, endeavouring to stimulate scholarly discourse and point out connections between contemporary theoretical standpoints while simultaneously contributing to academic communication, the development of education and the preservation of the non-material cultural heritage.

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Folkloristika 3/2 (2018)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

THEMATIC ISSUE: VUK STEFANOVIĆ KARADŽIĆ’S “SRPSKI RJEČNIK” (“THE SERBIAN DICTIONARY”)(1818‒2018) (Ed. Zoja Karanović)
Zoja Karanović,
 The Ritual Lexicon and the Ritual Practice Concerning the Birth of a Child in “Srpski rječnik” (“The Serbian Dictionary”) 1818  by Vuk Sefanović Karadžić 9‒22
Sofija Miloradović, Präpositionen als Bestimmungswörter im “Serbischen Wörterbuch” von Vuk Stefanović Karadžić (1818) 23‒36
Gordana Štasni i Žarko Bošnjaković, Compounds with Zero Suffix in Vuk Karadžić’s “Srpski Rječnik”  (“The Serbian Dictionary”) (1818) and Their German and Greek Equivalents 37‒53
Maja Kalezić, The Contribution to Serbian Historical Phytonymy Research: Vuk Stefanović Karadžić’s “Srpski rječnik” (“The Serbian Dictionary”) (1818) 55‒64

THEMATIC ISSUE: 150 YEARS SINCE THE BIRTH OF TIHOMIR R. ĐORĐEVIĆ
Vesna Marjanović,
 Tihomir Djordjević and Folk Dances/Plays 67‒79
Svetlana Mirčov, The Correspondence Between Tihomir R. Djordjević and Jovan N. Tomić 81‒89
Aleksandra Popin, The Arab’s Grave in Novi Pazar 91‒106
Marina Mladenović Mitrović, Folktales in the Manuscript Collection of Tihomir Đorđević in the Ethnographic Collection of the SASA Archives 107‒123

RESEARCH AND FIELDWORK
Andrej N. Vlasov, Valerija I. Eremina, Aleksandr N. Rozov,
Serija „Byliny“ „Svoda russkogo folʹklora“ i rossijskaja folʹkloristika 127‒136
Milica Cvetković, Narratives from Gornja Kamenica (Knjaževac, Serbia) 137–156
Ana Vranić, Various Folklore Material from Bavanište (Serbia) 157–164
Bojana Đurković, Demonological Legends and Belief Narratives from Novi Pazar and Raška 165–171