ZRVI (Zbornik radova de l’Institut d’Études Byzantines)

ZRVI (Zbornik radova de l’Institut d’Études Byzantines)

Since 1952 to present day, 52 volumes of Zbornik radova Vizantološkog instituta - ZRVI (Zbornik radova de l’Institut d’Études Byzantines) have been published. This periodical is a world-renowned publication, often quoted among the twelve worldwide, most prominent journals in the field of Byzantine studies. In order to be accepted, each article should receive two blind peer reviews, prepared according to the following questionnaire, made in accordance with the editorial policy of the journal.

The deadline for the submission of articles is 31st August.

All articles should be prepared according to the following guidelines

Editorial Board of Zbornik radova Vizantološkog instituta (Zbornik radova de l’Institut d’Études Byzantines)

Editor in chief: Ljubomir Maksimović, member of the SASA
Secretary: Predrag Komatina, (predrag.komatina@vi.sanu.ac.rs)
Members:

  • Stanoje Bojanin (Institute for Byzantine Studies, SASA)
  • Jean–Claude Cheynet (Centre de recherche d'Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, Paris)
  • Evangelos Chrysos (Parliament of the Republic of Greece, Athens)
  • Dejan Dželebdžić (Institute for Byzantine Studies, Belgrade)
  • Vujadin Ivanišević (Archaeological Institute, Belgrade)
  • Jovanka Kalić (SASA, Belgrade)
  • Sergei Karpov (Moscow State University, Moscow)
  • Predrag Komatina (Institute for Byzantine Studies, SASA)
  • Bojana Krsmanović (Institute for Byzantine Studies, Belgrade)
  • Aleksandar Loma (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade/SASA, Belgrade)
  • Ljubomir Maksimović (SASA, Belgrade)
  • Miodrag Marković (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade)
  • Ljubomir Milanović (Institute for Byzantine Studies, SASA)
  • Bojan Miljković (Institute for Byzantine Studies, Belgrade) 
  • Srdjan Pirivatrić (Institute for Byzantine Studies, Belgrade)
  • Claudia Rapp (Institut für Byzantinistik und Neogräzistik, Wien)
  • Peter Schreiner (professor emeritus, München)
  • Gojko Subotić (SASA, Belgrade)
  • Mirjana Živojinović (SASA, Belgrade)