Professor Nenad Makuljević
Department of History of Art, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade
Professor, Art Historian
Areas of Special Interests:
Serbian 19th century art, Balkan visual culture, art historiography, art and politics, Ottoman-Christian-Jewish interconnections in visual culture
PhD, Department of History of Art, University of Belgrade
MA, BA, Department of History of Art, University of Belgrade
Dr. Nenad Makuljević is Professor of Art history at the University of Belgrade. His main research areas are Serbian 19th century art, Balkan visual culture, art historiography, the relation between art and politics, and Ottoman-Christian-Jewish interconnections in visual culture. Dr. Makuljević received his PhD degree in 2004 from The University of Belgrade.
He has published, among others, the books: Umetnost i nacionalna ideja u XIX veku: sistem evropske i srpske vizuelne kulture u službi nacije, 2006 (Art and National Idea in 19th Century: System of European and Serbian Visual Culture in the Service of Nation); and Crkvena umetnost u Kraljevini Srbiji (1882-1914) , 2007 (Church Art in the Kingdom of Serbia (1882-1914)); Osmansko-srpsko Beograd: vizuelnost i kreiranje gradskog identiteta (1815-1878), 2014 (Ottoman-Serbian Belgrade: Visuality and the Creation of Urban Identity (1815-1878). He is coeditor of the volume Common Culture and Particular Identities: Christians, Jews and Muslims in the Ottoman Balkans (El Prezente vol. 7- Menorah 3, 2013). Makuljević was participant in several international projects and conference organizer of the international conferences Visual Culture of the Balkans: State of Research and Further Directions, Belgrade 2014; and Creating Memories in Early Modern and Modern Art and Literature, Belgrade, 2017.