Lijliana STANKOV
University of Belgrade
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Ljiljana Stankov completed Doctorate Degree at the Department of Pedagogy at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. She worked at the Museum of Education in Belgrade as a curator from 1986 to 2012, where she dealt with the history of Serbian schools and education, that is, preschool education, child and youthwelfare system, professional schools, the development of teachers’ colleges, women’s humanitarian organizations. Since 2012 she has been working as a professor at the College of Professional Studies for Kindergarten Teachers in Šabac, where she teaches Early Education Methodology, Methods of Environmental Teaching and Learning, Methodology of Research in Pedagogy. She has published books: Predškolsko vaspitanje u Srbiji (1865–1957), Pedagoški muzej, Beograd 2010; Katarina Milovuk (1844–1913) i ženski pokret u Srbiji, Pedagoški muzej, Beograd 2011. Among her published articles are: “The education of disadvantage social groups in Serbia (1875–1941)”, in A. Sipitanou, N. Galevska Angeloska, (Eds.), 12th International Conference on Inclusive Education in the Balkan Countries: Policy and Practice, “Education and pedagogy in Balkan Countries 10” (Balkan Society for Pedagogy and Education, Thessaloniki 2010, pp. 277–281); “Jugoslovenska unija za zaštitu dece (1933–1941)”, in A. Škoro Babi´c at al. (Eds.) Zgodovina Otroštva/History of Childhood (Zveza gotovinskih društev Slovenije, Ljubljana 2012, pp. 278–289); “Pravni okviri i praksa deˇcje zaštite u Kraljevini (SHS) Jugoslaviji”, in N. Vujisi´c Živkovi´cat al. (Eds.), “Posebna pitanja kvaliteta u obrazovanju” (Filozofski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Institut za pedagogiju i andragogiju, Beograd 2012, pp. 307–323); “Traganje za profesionalnim identitetom—uˇciteljski i vaspitaˇcki poziv u Srbiji (1863–1941)”, in D. Duhaˇcek at al. (Eds.), Obrazovanje, rod, gra ¯ danski status (Fakultet politiˇckih nauka Univerziteta u Beogradu—Centar za studije roda i politike, Beograd 2014, pp. 27–38); “Teachers as collectors of national heritage of customs in Serbia from 1880 to WorldWar I”, «The History of the Family», 19, 2, 2014, pp. 202–217.
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