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      "Body knows – Body does, Corporal knowledge and heritage interpretation" [1]
      "Equal Rites": Fragmenting and Healing Bodies in the Early Modern Bay of Kotor [1]
      "Objects with an Imagined Home, Yugoslavia’s Heritage as a Diasporic Object" [1]
      'A house without a woman cannot exist like a woman cannot exist without a house' [1]
      'A nice apartment is where happiness resides': Belgrade interiors as form of public space in interwar period [1]
      'Kuća bez žene ne može biti, a niti i žena bez kuće' - ženski prostori - rodne i ideološke granice [1]
      (Ne)željeno nasleđe u prostorima pamćenja : Slobodne zone bolnih uspomena [1]
      - Svakodnevni život monahinja u carigradskom manastiru Bogorodice Sigurne Nade [1]
      - Мотив мајчинског жаловања у култури позног средњег века на примеру диптиха Туга за младенцем: однос текста и слике [1]
      1968 in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade [1]
      1968. u Muzeju savremene umetnosti u Beogradu [1]
      1968: nedovršeni projekat [1]
      [Abstracts of papers] Southeast European Silversmithing: Liturgical Objects and the Construction of a Cultural, Technological and Iconographical Network in the Early Modern Period [1]
      A contribution to the study of bishops sceptres in the art of the Metropolitantate of Karlovci with the special reference to the decoration of the head of the sceptre of Bishop Josif Jovanović Šakabenta (1786-1805) in the Bishops residence in Vršac (1783) [1]
      A foreigner in Paris: critical reception of Sava Šumanović on the Paris art scene from 1926 to 1928 [1]
      A hypothesis about the earliest phase of Žiča katholikon [1]
      A map of graphics for freedom by Dorde Andrejevic Kun [1]
      A monument to fallen Jewish soldeiers in the wars fought between 1912 and 1919 at the Sephardic cemetery in Belgrade [1]
      A monument to fallen Jewish soldiers in the wars fought between 1912 and 1919 at the Sephardic cemetery in Belgrade [1]
      A note on the ktetorship and contribution of women from the Brankovic dynasty to cross- cultural connections in late medieval and early modern Balkans [1]