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Sima ?irkovi?
Sima ?irkovi?, SANU.jpg
Born(1929-01-29)29 January 1929
Died14 November 2009(2009-11-14) (aged 80)

Sima ?irkovi? (Serbian Cyrillic ; 29 January 1929 - 14 November 2009) was a Serbian historian and member of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts. He was also a member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts, Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts and the Vojvodina Academy of Sciences and Arts.[1] His works focused on medieval Serbian history.


In 1986, ?irkovi? exercised a criticism of the Memorandum of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts while during the Siege of Dubrovnik in 1991 he and other Yugoslav historians sent an open letter to the Yugoslavian forces asking them to not damage historical district of the city.[2]

Selected works

  • ?irkovi?, Sima (2014) [1964]. "The Double Wreath: A Contribution to the History of Kingship in Bosnia". Balcanica. 45: 107-143.
  • ?irkovi?, Sima (1974). Despot Georg Brankovi? und die Verhandlungen zwischen Ungarn und der Turken im J. 1454. L'Académie serbe des Sciences et des Arts.
  • ?irkovi?, Sima (2004). The Serbs. Malden: Blackwell Publishing.


  1. ^ E, B (November 17, 2009). "Sima ?irkovi?, istori?ar (Sima ?irkovi?, historian)". Blic (in Serbian). Retrieved 2011. koji je bio i ?lan ANU BiH, JAZU, CANU, VANU i Evropske akademije za istoriju Brisel.
  2. ^ Popov, Neboj?a (2000). The road to war in Serbia: trauma and catharsis. Central European University Press. ISBN 978-963-9116-56-6. Retrieved 2011.

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