January 22, 2004

ERP KiM Newsletter 22-01-04

Special Edition

Goranies, Muslims and Turks in the Shar Mountain Zupas of Serbia

http://www.rastko.org.yu/rastko-gora/zbornici/gora2000_e.php

YU ISSN 0350 – 7599

SERBIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND ARTS
Committee on Kosovo and Metohia Studies
GEOGRAPHICAL INSTITUTE "JOVAN CVIJIC", SASA

Collection of papers

Book 51

GORANIES, MUSLIMS AND TURKS IN THE SAR (SHAR) MOUNTAIN ZUPAS (PARISHES) OF SERBIA:
PROBLEMS OF THE ACTUAL LIVING AND SURVIVАL CONDITIONS

Proceedings of the Round Table conference held on April 19, 2000,
at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Belgrade
2002

Contents

 

CONCLUSIONS

1. This scientific conference has made-known the ethnic character and ethnic particularity of Goranies and has pointed to the present-day existence and survival problems as of Goranies, so of Turks and unfortunately not enough studied Muslims of the Sredska District;

2. It will be useful to organize similar scientific conferences that could be devoted to other ethnic groups. Scientists and Serbs living in the neighboring countries should be encouraged to commence common talks;

3. The Proceedings of the Conference should be published in the Serbian, English and Russian languages in order to acquaint our and foreign professional and general public with their contents and to send them to all those capable of and willing to help Serbia in stabilization of the situation in the Balkans;

4. Responsible institutions of the Republic of Serbia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia should be informed of the current conference results.

Academician Stevan Karamata

 

CIP – Catalogization in publication

National Library of Serbia, Belgrade

314 . 9 (947 — . 115) (082)

GORANIES, Muslims and Turks in the Sar (Shar) Mountain Zupas (Parish) of Serbia: problems of actual living and surviving conditions: Proceedings of the Round Table conference held on April 19, 2000, at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts , — Organizers — Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Committee on Studies of Kosovo and Metohia (and) Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic"; (editor Milan Bursac). – Belgrade:

Geographical Institute "Jovan CvijiC", SASA, 2002 (Valjevo: Merlin Company). – 105 p.: illustr.; 24 cm. – (Collections of Papers — Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic", SASA; Vol. 51).

Circulation 300. – Notes and bibliographical references related to reports.

1. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (Belgrade), Committee on Studies of Kosovo and Metohia, Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic", SASA

a) Sar Mountain – Population – National structure – Collections of Papers

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EDITORIAL BOARD
Academician Dragoslav Antonijevic
Prof. Dr Milovan Radovanovic
Prim. Dr Harun Hasani
Ibro Vait, M.A.
Dr Milan Bursac

Accepted at the meeting of the Institute's Editorial Board
on April 18, 2000

REVIEWERS
Academician Stevan Karamata
Dr Ilija Misailovic

EDITOR
Dr. Milan BursaC

TECHNICAL EDITOR
Vladimir Nikitovic

READER
Smiljana Naumovic, M.A.

TRANSLATORS
Smiljana Naumovic, M.A.
Nevenka KojiC

Printed by
MERLIN COMPANY, Valjevo

Circulation: 300 copies


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The National Community of Goranies from Kosovo and Metohia,
thе Serbian Academy of Sciences and Artsґ Committee on
Kosovo and Metohia Studies
and the Geographical Institute “Jovan Cvijic” of the Serbian Academy of |Sciences and Arts,

would like to express their gratitude to
the Coordination Center of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Serbia for Kosovo and Metohia
for its Financial support of the printing of the present English version of

the Proceedings of the Round Table Conference on
“Goranies, Muslims and Turks in the Sar (Shar) Mountain Zupas (Parishes) of Serbia”

held on April 19, 2000, at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade.

We would also like to thank
the researchers and associates of other cooperating institutions
who took part either in the organization or realization of the research projects devoted to the Zupas (parishes) of Sar Mountain.

We are similarly indebted to
the representatives of the communities of Strpce, Gora and Prizren
for their generous contribution to the successful realization of the projects.



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