Department of History of Art, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade
Areas of Special Interests:
Serbian art of the 19th century, ecclesiastical art, zographs of the 19th century, gender and art in the 19th century
MA, BA, The History of Art Department, Faculty of Philosophy – University of Belgrade
Irena Ćirović is assistant at The History of Art Department, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, and research assistant at The Institute of History of Belgrade. Her main research interests are Serbian art of the 19th century, ecclesiastical art and zographs of the 19th century, along with the relation of gender and art in 19th century Serbia.
Among journal articles and chapters in collective volumes that she has published are Zidno slikarstvo Saborne crkve Svete Trojice u Vranju (Saborni hram Svete Trojice u Vranju, ed. N. Makuljević, Vranje 2008), Ikonostas crkve Svetog Prohora Pčinjskog and Zbirka ikona manastira Svetog Prohora Pčinjskog (Manastir Svetog Prohora Pčinjskog, ed. Nenad Makuljević, Vranje – Beograd 2015), Zografske radionice i zidno slikarstvo XIX veka u hramovima Vranjske eparhije (Problemi na izkustvoto 4, 2015), Gender, War and Imagery of the Balkans (Europe and the Balkans. Decades of ‘Europeanization’?, eds. T. Zimmermann & A. Jakir, Würzburg 2015), Imagining the Forbidden: Representations of the Harem and Serbian Orientalism (Common Culture and Particular Identities: Christians, Jews and Muslims in the Ottoman Balkans, eds. E. Papo & N. Makuljević, Beer-Sheva 2013).