Scientific project financed by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological development of the Republic of Serbia.
COST is an EU-funded programme that enables researchers to set up their interdisciplinary research networks in Europe and beyond. NBI members took part in two COST Actions: IS1301 and TU1203
Bilateral cooperation between Portugal and Serbia, concluded according to the Program of Scientific and Technological Cooperation between the Governments of two countries
Scientific Society for History of Health Culture is a center of the New Balkans Institute, and its main activity is contributing to the development of history of health culture among citizens and institutions of Serbia and South-Eastern Europe. Publication of scientific journal Acta Historiae Medicinae Stomatologiae Pharmaciae Medicinae Veterinariae is one of the most important activities of Society. The journal was issued since 1961 and it was one of the most respected Yugoslav publications in the field of history of science, Serbian, Yugoslav and Balkan history, and history of medicine and health culture. It was one of the most modern, open and dynamic Yugoslav scientific journals.
“LIMESplus is the journal that publishes author’s texts in the field of politics and science, economy and culture, and contrasts the views of all relevant factors of socio-political and geo-strategic interests, and changes in the Western Balkans. LIMESplus excludes polemical vulgarity, inconsistent and simplified interpretation and personalization of the crucial problems of sustainable development for the sake of its personal publicity” The LIMESplus journal is published jointly by HESPERIAedu and NBI.
Chief editor of LIMESplus
prof. dr Nikola Samardžić
The work of Haris Dajč, The Twilight of the Old Mediterranean, encompasses the period since the beginning of the breakthrough of Russia and its interests in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Ionian Islands (Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca 1774) until the overall calming of international relations by the end of Napoleon’s era (Vienna Congress 1814/1815). This book represents an important contribution to the study of history, ethnography and anthropology of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Nikola Samardžić, Radovan Samardžić and Mirjana Roter Blagojević are the authors of the Cultural History of Belgrade in the 18th century, published by Hesperiaedu. The architectonics of the book about Belgrade is specifically three-layered and depicts it in the context of world conditions in which it occupies its place as an alternate fortress of the East and the West, and the battlefield of both.
This section contains documents about the returned property of Belgrade Jews through the restitution process, based on a research project that NBI conducts for the needs of the Jewish Community of Belgrade.