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“Literary Links of Matica Srpska” is an English language publication of the Matica srpska founded in 2017. Valuable literary works of Serbian literature ought to be presented in a great variety of ways, thereby recognising different types of foreign readers the journal addresses as its target group. Such readers and their expectations should not be pandered rather a genuine creative dialogue should be established, based on a strong critical discourse. Hence, this journal highlights the ability to realise the diversity of the Serbian literature, the specifics of individual poetics and cultural codes, their valuable stratification and the generational and regional spans which are happily integrated within the unity of the Serbian literature.
Similarly to the concept of the “Letopis Matice srpske” Chronicle, the oldest European active literary journal founded as early as 1824, this journal contains the “Poetry and Fiction” column, whose texts depict the leading Serbian poets and prose writers. In the “Mirrors” column, the selected texts express the preparedness to face open questions and the specifics of Serbian culture, and the theoretically and methodologically innovative approaches to Serbian literature and culture. The “Testimonies” column presents various texts which indicate the specifics of the functioning of the Serbian literature in the social and cultural contexts. In addition, the short and precise texts in the “Review” column provide a review of a dozen of books which would be important to recommend to a foreign reader within the yearly output.
Each issue features around twenty different authors. Although of primarily literary character, the journal also handles the general matters of history, language, literature and similar disciplines. Therefore, the contributing authors are the eminent experts in these fields. On the other hand, the journal also provides an opportunity to young authors, who by means of their featured texts take their first steps in the world of science, literature, culture and art.
Publishing office secretary: Svetlana Milasinovic (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Editor: Mirjana Karanovic
Copyreader: Branislav Karanovic
Technical director: Vukica Tucakov
Web designer: Milan Sidjanski
Layout: Vladimir Vatic
Matica Srpska Journal / “Literary Links of Matica Srpska”
Matica srpske 1
21000 Novi Sad
Telephone number: +381 21 6613 864, +381 21 420 199 line 112 fax number +381 21 528 901
Matica Srpska Notebooks were initially published in 1985 as a periodical publication in three series: literature and language, social sciences and art, and, since 1989, natural sciences. They publish material and treatises for cultural and social history. The publishing of the Notebooks is financed from endowment funds of Matica’s benefactors. Fifty-four notebooks have been published so far.
Editors in Chief:
Čedomir Popov (1985-1995)
Nikola Gaćeša (1996-2004)
Editors of the series:
Series of language and literature (Božidar Kovaček 1985-1999, Jelka Ređep 2000-2013, Aleksandra Vraneš 2013 – )
Series of social sciences (Mladen Stojanov 1985- 1995, Ljubomirka Krkljuš 1995 – )
Series of Art (Olga Mikić 1985-1999, Miroslav Radonjić 2000 – )
Series of Natural sciences (Vojislav Jovanović1989-1995, Olga Gašić 1995-1999, Jovan Maksimović 2000 – )
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The Matica Srpska Journal of Literature and Language, founded in 1953, is the oldest journal of Matica Srpska. The founder and the first Editor in Chief was the President of Matica Srpska at the time, Mladen Leskovac. The first volume was finished on the 1st of September 1953 and first published in 1954. Mladen Leskovac wrote the following then: “The task of the Matica Srpska Journal of Literature and Language is clear: Serbian literature and the Serbian language will be studied on the pages of this journal, that is to say, shorter monographs and treatises, articles, shorter contributions, archival material and bibliographies, as well as important papers and reviews of new works in this field will be published.”
Even though the focus of the journal is the study of the national literature it is open to literary theory and comparative research as well.
The Matica Srpska Journal of Literature and Language is published in three volumes annually.
Editors in Chief:
Academician Mladen Leskovac (1953–1978),
Professor Dragiša Živković, PhD (1979–1994),
Professor Tomislav Bekić, PhD (1995–1999),
Professor Jovan Delić, PhD (2000– ).
Editorial Board of the Matica Srpska Journal of Literature and Language
Professor Jovan Delić, PhD, editor in chief
Assistant Professor Isidora Bjelaković, PhD, secretary
Professor Sanja Bošković Danojlić, PhD (France)
Professor Bojan Đorđević, PhD
Per Jacobsen, PhD (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Professor Marija Kleut, PhD
Persida Lazerević Di Giacomo, PhD (Pescara, Italy)
Professor Žana Levšina, PhD (Russia)
Professor Goran Maksimović, PhD
Professor Dejvid Noris, PhD (Great Britain)
Professor Predrag Petrović, PhD
Professor Gorana Raičević, PhD
Professor Ivo Tartalja, PhD
Professor Svetlana Tomin, PhD
Robert Hodel, PhD (Hamburg, Germany)
Vida Johnson Taranovsky, PhD (Taft, USA)
Professor Saša Šmulja, PhD (Banja Luka)
Associate: Julka Đukić e-mail email@example.com
Address of the Editorial Board:
Zbornik Matice srpske za književnost i jezik
21000 Novi Sad Matice srpske 1
Telephone/Fax: 021 622-726,
Telephone: 021 420-199, extension 132
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The Matica Srpska Journal of Philology and Linguistics was first published in 1957. Until 1984 it was published as Zbornik za filologiju i lingvistiku (Journal of Philology and Linguistics). It features original and clear scientific papers, scientific criticism, as well as chronicles and bibliographies in the field of philological and linguistic studies. Open thematically and disciplinarily, the Journal publishes works in general linguistics, historical, typological and comparative linguistics, etymology, dialectology, contact and contrastive linguistics, onomastics and the like. The focus of the Journal are topics related to Slavic issues, especially ones related to the Serbian language in synchronic and diachronic perspective, standardized language and literary idioms in the past, as well as dialects of the Serbian language.
The goal of the Journal is to promote research based on thorough analysis of the relevant corpus with theoretical insight into issues, thus promoting a combination of traditional Philology and Linguistics. The Journal also supports dialogue between different theoretical and methodological approaches to research of language, as well as between philological tradition and contemporary theories.
The Journal is on the European ERIH (European Reference Index for the Humanities) reference list of journals and the Serbian Citation Index. Selected abstracts are published in Linguistic Abstracts (Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford). It is published in two volumes annually. Papers are published in Serbian and other Slavic languages, as well as in English, German and French.
Editors in Chief:
Professor Milivoj Pavlović (1957-1969)
Professor Rudolf Kolarič (1961-1962)
Academician Pavle Ivić (1963-2000)
Academician Aleksandar Mladenović (2000-2009)
Academician Jasmina Grković- Mejdžor (2010- )
Editorial Board of the Matica Srpska Journal of Philology and Linguistics
Academician Jasmina Grković-Major, editor-in-chief
Assistant Professor Milivoj Alanović
Professor Nada Arsenijević
Professor Žarko Bošnjaković
Professor Draga Zec (Cornell University, USA)
Academician Gerhard Neweklowsky (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria)
Professor Motoki Nomachi (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Professor Slobodan Pavlović, secretary
Professor Dragoljub Petrović
Professor Mato Pižurica
Professor Vladislava Ružić
Academician Svetlana M. Tolstaya (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
Academician Zuzanna Topolińska (Macedonian Academy of Sciences, Macedonia)
Professor Björn Hansen (University of Regensburg, Germany)
Associate: Milena Kulić, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephones: 021 622-726 and 021 420-199 extension132
Address of the Editorial Board:
Uredništvo Zbornika Matice srpske za filologiju i lingvistiku
21000 Novi Sad Matice srpske 1
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Started at the time when Serbian philological periodicals were less diverse than today, the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies (until 1984 – Journal for Slavic Studies) has since its beginning been a journal for Slavic philology, while other areas of Slavic studies were less represented there, mainly in the chronicles of scientific life and scientific criticism. Within the Slavic philological issues in the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies special attention is paid to the topics of Slavic literatures and their study in the light of literary history, theory, interpretation, comparative studies, reception, but also to Slavic languages in isolation or in various forms of comparative, typological and contrastive studies. In addition, the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies motivates the research of Slavic literatures and languages in the context of Slavic and all other cultures with the use of diverse contemporary multidisciplinary and methodological approaches.
The gradual increase in the scope of the profile of the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies happened parallel to the changes in the Editorial Board, which was headed from 1970 until 1993 by academician Milorad Živančević, from 1993 until 1998 by Professor Miodrag Sibinović, and from 1998 until 2012 by Professor Predrag Piper. The addition to the Editorial Board of Slavists with complementary research interests should be an investment for a more complete representation of various branches of Slavic philology in the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies.
From volume 1 to 43 dr Milorad Živančević, from volume 44 to 53dr Miodrag Sibinović, from volume 54 to 82 dr Predrag Piper, and since volume 83 dr Kornelija Ičin.
Technical secretary: Milena Kulić E-mail: email@example.com
Address of the journal:
Zbornik Matice srpske za slavistiku [Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies]
21000 Novi Sad
Matice srpske 1
Phone/fax 021 6622-726, phone 021 420-199, extension 132
Editorial Board of the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies
Marta Bjeletić, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute for Serbian language of the SASA
Professor Zoran Đerić, PhD, professor of the Academy of Arts, University in Banja Luka, director of the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad
Professor Kornelija Ičin, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
Professor Aleksandra Korda Petrović, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
Professor Ljudmila Popović, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
Ljubinko Radenković, PhD, corresponding member of the SASA, scientific advisor of the Institute for Balkan Studies of the SASA
Professor Dojčil Vojvodić, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad
Professor John Ellis Bowlt, PhD, professor emeritus of the University of South California, director of the Institute of Modern Russian Culture (Los Angeles, USA)
Professor Hans Günther, PhD, professor emeritus of the Department of Slavic Studies of the University of Bielefeld (Bielefeld, Germany)
Academician Robert Hodel, PhD, professor of the University of Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany)
Academician Natalia Vasilevna Kornienko, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute for World Literature of the RAS (Moscow, Russia)
Academician Luigi Magarotto, Phd, professor of the University Ca’ Foscari (Venezia, Italia)
Professor Shinichi Murata, PhD, professor of the Faculty of Foreign Studies of the University “Sofia” (Tokyo, Japan)
Professor Igor Pavlovich Smirnov, PhD, professor of the University of Konstanz (Kоnstanz, Germany)
Academician Andrei Dmitrievich Toporkov, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute for World Literature of the RAS (Moscow, Russia)
Academician Anatolii Turilov, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the RAS (Moscow, Russia)
Academician Boris Andreyevich Uspensky, PhD, professor of the University of Naples for Eastern Studies and the Director of the Laboratory for Linguosemiotic Research at the Faculty of Philology of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Naples, Italy – Моscow, Russia)
Professor Ronal Vroon, PhD, professor of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures of the University of California (Los Angeles, USA)
Professor Mikhail Yakovlevich Weiskopf, PhD, professor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Jerusalem, Israel)
Professor Willem Weststeijn, PhD, professor emeritus of the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
The Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies publishes original scientific papers on Slavic languages, literatures and cultures. The Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies also publishes articles and treatises, contributions and materials, scientific criticism, reviews, chronicles and bibliographies. The papers that have already been published elsewhere or have been sent to another publication cannot be published in the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies. If the paper was presented at a scientific conference, the information regarding that should be included in the footnote on the first page of the article. The authors guarantee that the manuscript represents their original contribution, that it has not been published before and is not being considered for publication elsewhere. At the same time, submitting manuscripts to multiple journals is a violation of ethical standards. Such a manuscript is instantly excluded from further consideration. The authors also guarantee that after the publication in the journal Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies, the manuscript will not be published elsewhere in any language without the consent of the Editorial Board. In case that a manuscript is a result of research project or that, in the previous version, it was presented in the form of an oral presentation, detailed information about the project, the conference and the like are cited in a footnote at the beginning of the text.
Authors are required to adhere to ethical standards relating to scientific research. The authors guarantee that the manuscript does not contain unsubstantiated or unlawful claims and that it does not infringe the rights of others. Plagiarism, where someone assumes another’s ideas, words, or other creative expression as one’s own, is a clear violation of scientific and publishing ethics. Plagiarism may also involve a violation of copyright law, which is punishable by legal action. Any manuscript which shows obvious signs of plagiarism will be automatically rejected and author(s) will permanently be forbidden to publish in the journal. The publisher will have no liability in the event of issuance of any claims for damages.
Instructions for authors
The Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies publishes original scientific papers on Slavic languages, literatures and cultures. The Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies publishes articles and treatises, contributions and materials, scientific criticism, reviews, chronicles and bibliographies. The papers that have already been published elsewhere or have been sent to another publication cannot be published in the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies. If the paper was presented at a scientific conference, the information regarding that should be included in the footnote on the first page of the article.
The papers are published in all Slavic languages, as well as English, German, French and Italian. The papers in Serbian should be written in accordance with the Orthography of the Serbian Language [Pravopis srpskoga jezika] by M. Pešikan, J. Jerković and M. Pižurica (Novi Sad: Matica srpska, 2010).
The papers should be 16 pages long (32,000 characters) and are sent electronically in the Word format and, if necessary, in PDF to the email addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The papers are reviewed by two competent reviewers. The process of review is double blind. The authors are notified if the paper has been accepted for publication within two months since the submission of the manuscript.
Elements of the paper in this order:
a) author’s name and surname, the institution where he/she works, email address (in reviews this is located after the text) in the language of the paper and in English;
b) title of the paper in capital letters (name and number of the project which the paper is part of should be named in the footnote and marked with an asterisk next to the title of the paper) in the language of the paper and in English;
c) summary (up to ten lines) in the language of the paper and in English;
d) key words (up to five) in the language of the paper and in English;
e) text of the paper;
f) references (separate references in Cyrillic and Latin alphabet; for papers written in the Cyrillic alphabet references should be listed in the order of the Cyrillic alphabet by the first letter of the author’s surname, followed by references in the Latin alphabet should be listed in the order of the Latin alphabet by the first letter of the author’s surname; for the papers written in the Latin alphabet the order is reverse; the works of the same author should be listed chronologically; the works of the same author written in the same year should be listed alphabetically by the title; if the source just give the author’s initials, not the author’s full name, the reference list may list just the initials);
g) summary: name and surname of the authors, title of the paper (below the title write Summary), the text of the summary, key words; if the paper is written in Serbian, the summary can be in English, Russian, German, French or Italian; if the paper is written in a foreign language, the summary is in Serbian (the journal will provide a translation for the foreign authors);
h) appendices (photographs, images, tables, facsimiles, etc.) should be numbered and in the text of the paper the author should mark the position of the appendix (appendix 1, appendix 2, etc.).
When preparing the manuscript the author should take care of the following:
a) titles of separate publications (collected works, novels, dramas, collections or cycles of poetry and short stories, monographs, collections of papers, journals, dictionaries, encyclopaedias, etc.) in the paper should be written in italics;
b) titles of separate publications (poems, short stories, articles, inscriptions, etc.) as well as the titles of individual works of art (paintings, sculptures, compositions, operas, ballets, theatre plays, films) in the paper are written under quotations signs;
c) in the papers in Serbian foreign names are transcribed according to the rules from the Orthography of the Serbian Language [Pravopis srpskoga jezika] and when the foreign name is mentioned for the first time the original should be written in the brackets unless the name is widely known (e.g. Noam Čomski) or if it is written in the original in the same way as in Serbian (e.g. Vladimir Toporov); in the parentheses the author’s surname is always written in the original (Белић 1941), (Barthes 1953), (Якобсон 1987);
d) in the papers written in Serbian quotations are marked by the following quotation marks („…“) and quotes within quotes in the following way (‘…’); in the papers written in other languages citing is done according to the orthography of that language.
Citing references in the text:
a) referring to a monograph as a whole (Gurianova 2012) or an article as a whole (Bowlt 2012);
b) refereeing to a certain page or several subsequent or non-subsequent pages (Лотман 2012: 139, 143–144), (Strada 1985: 96, 101);
c) referring to the works of the same author from the same year (Эткинд 1982a), (Эткинд 1982b); referring to the works of the same author from different years – chronologically (Lachmann 1994; 2002);
d) referring to the work of two authors (Гамкрелидзе – Иванов 1984: 320–364); when referring to the works of more than two authors only the name of the first author is listed and the abbreviation i dr./et al. is used (Жолковский и др. 1984: 101), (Hennig et al. 2006: 7–15); referring to the works of two or more authors (Зализняк 2008; Иванов 1983; Chyzhevsky 1971; Moskovich 1990);
e) if it is clear from the context which author is cited or paraphrased, it is not necessary to list the author’s name in the textual bibliographic note, e.g..: „Према Марфијевом истраживању (1974: 207), први сачувани трактат из те области срочио је бенедиктинац Алберик из Монте Касина у другој половини XI века“ [“according to Murphy’s research (1974: 207) the first preserved tractate from that field was formulated by a Benedictine Alberic from Monte Casino in the second half of the 11th century”];
f) manuscripts are cited according to the foliation (e.g. 2a–3b), not according to the pagination, unless the manuscript is paginated.
The cited references are located in a separate section entitled REFERENCES.
They are listed in the following way:
a) book (one author):
Белић Александар. О језичкој природи и језичком развитку: лингвистичка испитивања. Т. 1. – 2. изд. Београд: Нолит, 1958.
Достоевский Федор. Записки из подполья. Полное собрание сочинений. Т. 5. Ленинград: Наука, 1973.
Маклюэн Маршалл. Понимание Медиа: Внешние расширения человека. Москва: КАНОН-пресс-Ц; Жуковский: Кучково поле, 2003.
Чајкановић Веселин. Сабрана дела из српске религије и митологије. Т. 2. Београд: Српска књижевна задруга – БИГЗ – Партенон М. А. М., 1994.
b) book (more authors):
Лотман Юрий, Цивьян Юрий. Диалог с экраном. Таллинн: Александра, 1994.
Etkind Efim, Nivat Georges, Serman Ilya, Strada Vittorio. Histoire de la littérature russe. Le XX siècle. T. 1. L’Age d’argent. Paris: Fayard, 1987.
c) collection of papers:
Flier Michael, Hughes Robert (ed.). For SK: In Celebration of the Life and Career of Simon Karlinsky. Oakland, Calif.: Berkeley Slavic Specialties, 1994.
d) paper in a journal:
Krupiński Piotr. “About the Revolutions of ‘Planet Auschwitz’. Marian Pankowski’s lecture on anti-martyrological literature”. Russian literature LXX/IV (2011): 553–571.
e) paper in a book of proceedings:
Зубова Людмила. «Глагольная валентность в поэтическом познании мира». Фатеева Наталья (ред.). Язык как медиатор между знанием и искусством. Москва: Издательский центр «Азбуковник», 2009: 39–55.
f) publication in a newspaper:
Кљакић Сло¬бо¬дан. „Чер¬чи¬лов рат зве¬зда про¬тив Хи¬тле¬ра“. По¬ли¬ти¬ка 21. 12. 2004: 5.
ESJS: Etymologický slovnik jazyka staroslovĕnského (red. Eva Havlová). T. 1–. Praha: Academia, 1989–.
h) phototypical publication:
Соларић Па¬вле. По¬ми¬нак књи¬же¬ски. Ве¬не¬ци¬ја, 1810. Ин¬ђи¬ја: На¬род¬на би¬бли¬о-те¬ка „Др Ђор¬ђе На¬то¬ше¬вић“, 2003.
Николић Јован. Песмарица. Темишвар, 1780–1783: Архив САНУ у Београду, сигн. 8552/264/5.
j) on-¬li¬ne publications:
Veltman K. H. Aug¬men¬ted Bo¬oks, Know¬led¬ge and Cul¬tu¬re. <http://www.isoc.org/inet2000/cdproceedings/6d/6d.> 02.02.2002.
Procedure and rules for manuscript review
1. All papers sent to the journal are reviewed. Reviewers are renowned experts from the country and abroad for the scientific field and topic of the paper which has been sent to the journal.
2. The papers that do not fall within the scope of the journal or do not correspond to the scientific criteria of the journal are not reviewed. In that case the author is given a negative response.
3. Reviewing is double blind: the authors do not know who the reviewers are and the reviewers do not know who the authors of the paper are. The reviewers are familiar to the fact that the manuscripts sent to them for review are the intellectual property of the author and that they cannot use them or make them public.
4. The reviewer receives the review form of the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies. The review should provide an objective assessment of the paper and should analyze its good and bad sides. The review should present his/her objections and suggestions, if there are any, and should recommend the paper be published as it is, after a correction or not recommend the publication of the paper.
5. The review should be done within 60 days after the paper was sent to the journal.
6. The copy of the review is sent to the author and he/she is given a time frame of publication.
7. In the case of justified disagreement of the author with the reviewer’s assessment, the publication of the paper is finally decided on by the editorial board. The authors whose papers are rejected are also sent an explanation.
Resolving disputable situations
Every individual or institution may at any time report to the Editor and/or Editorial Board information on violations of ethical standards and other irregularities and provide necessary information/evidence.
Validating the arguments and evidence
1. Editor in Chief will, in agreement with the Editorial Board, initiate the process aimed at validating the arguments and evidence.
2. During this process all presented evidence shall be considered as confidential material and will be presented only to persons who are directly involved in the process.
3. Persons who are suspected to have violated ethical standards will be given an opportunity to respond to allegations made against them.
4. If it is found that there, indeed, were any irregularities, it will be assessed whether they should be characterized as a minor violation or as a gross violation of ethical standards.
Situations characterized as a minor violation shall be settled in direct communication with persons who have committed it without the involvement of third parties:
1. by notification of authors/reviewers that there was a minor violation, resulting from misunderstanding or incorrect application of academic standards;
2. a warning letter to the author/reviewer who has committed a minor violation.
Gross violation of ethical standards
Decisions regarding gross violation of ethical standards are made by the Editor in Chief in cooperation with the Editorial Board and, if necessary, a small group of experts. Measures to be taken can be the following:
1. disclosure statements or editorial which describes the case of violations of ethical standards;
2. sending official notices to managers or employers of authors/reviewers;
3. retraction of a published paper (in the electronic version of the paper which is retracted a HTML link is made with a notification on the retraction; the retracted paper is preserved in the original, but with a watermark on a PDF document on each page which indicates that the paper was retracted);
4. authors will be banned to submit papers to the journal for a specified time;
5. notifying the relevant professional organizations or authorities about the case in order to take appropriate measures.
When resolving disputable situations the Editorial Board is governed by the guidelines and recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics – COPE: http://publicationethics.org/resources/.
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Matica Srpska Journal for Natural Sciences publishes original research papers in all fields of natural sciences. The journal has been published regularly twice a year since 1951 in Serbian language, while since 1993 it has been published in English under the title Proceedings for Natural Sciences, and since 2013 under the title Journal of Natural Sciences (with summaries in Serbian). The Editorial Board of the journal is international. The journal is sent by exchange to 63 institutions from 23 countries all over the world. The journal is listed among the leading national scientific journals and is available at the Matica Srpska website (www.maticasrpska.org.rs), in Serbian Citation Index, AGRIS – FAO, EBSCO, and CABI databases, as well as on the Thomson Reuters Master Journal List.
Dr. Miloš Jovanović (1951)
Academician Branislav Bukurov (1952–1969)
Dr. Lazar Stojković (1970–1976)
Dr. Slobodan Glumac (1977–1996)
Academician Rudolf Kastori (1996–2012)
Dr. Ivana Maksimović (2013–2016)
Dr. Ivana Maksimović is the Editor-in-Chief for the next four-year period (2017‒2020).
The Editorial Board of the Matica Srpska Journal for Natural Sciences was elected at a meeting of the Board of Directors on 14 November 2016.
THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE MATICA SRPSKA JOURNAL FOR NATURAL SCIENCES
Prof. Dr. Ivana MAKSIMOVIĆ, Editor-in-Chief (Novi Sad)
Prof. Dr. Slavka GAJIN, Editorial Secretary (Novi Sad)
Academician Vaskrsija JANJIĆ (Beograd)
Academician Vidojko JOVIĆ, corresponding member of the SASA
Prof. Dr. Darko KAPOR
Academician Rudolf KASTORI
Academician Vojislav MARIĆ
Prof. Dr. Tijana PRODANOVIĆ
Prof. Dr. Slobodan ĆURČIĆ
Prof. Dr. Marija ŠKRINJAR
1. Atanas ATANASOV (Bulgaria)
2. Peter HOCKING (Australia)
3. Aleh Ivanovich RODZKIN (Belаrus)
4. Kalliopi ROUBELAKIS-ANGELAKIS (Greece)
5. Stanko S. STOJILKOVIĆ (USA)
6. Günther SCHILING (Germany)
7. György VARALLYAY (Hungary)
8. Accursio VENEZIA (Italy)
The Editor-in-Chief of the Matica Srpska Journal for Natural Sciences:
Prof. Dr. Ivana MAKSIMOVIĆ
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