Ivo Goldstein
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Ivo Goldstein


Ivo Goldstein
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Ivo Goldstein
Born (1958-03-16) 16 March 1958 (age 63)
OccupationWriter, historian
Sanja Petru?i? Goldstein
RelativesDanijel Ivin (uncle)

Ivo Goldstein (born 16 March 1958) is a Croatian historian, author and ambassador.

He received his PhD in history at the University of Zagreb. Since 2001 he is a full professor at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. His area of expertise is Byzantium and Croatian history in the Middle Ages, especially the early Middle Ages, as well as history of the Jews in Croatia and the Croatian history of 20th century.[1]

He is former president of Bet Israel, a Jewish community in Zagreb, which he founded with his father, historian Slavko Goldstein. They are both involved with the reconstruction of the Zagreb Synagogue.[2]

In 2012 Goldstein was named as ambassador of Croatia to France and UNESCO.[3][4] In 2017, his terms as ambassador to France and Croatia's permanent delegate to UNESCO ended[5] when he was succeeded by professional diplomat Filip Vu?ak.


  • Bizant na Jadranu (1992)
  • Hrvatski rani srednji vijek (1995)
  • Croatia: A History (1999) [London: Hurst & Company]
  • Holokaust u Zagrebu (2001)
  • ?idovi u Zagrebu 1918.-1941. (2005)
  • Europa i Sredozemlje u srednjem vijeku (2006)
  • Hrvatska 1918.-2008.(2008)
  • Tito (2015)
  • The Holocaust in Croatia (2016)
  • Kontroverze hrvatske povijesti 20. stolje?a (2019)


  1. ^ "Croatian Jews hope elections will end area's isolation". Jweekly.com. 7 January 2000. Retrieved 2010.
  2. ^ Pand?a, Gordan (15 September 2006). "Sinagogu u Zagrebu gradit ?e obje op?ine" (PDF). Vjesnik (in Croatian). Retrieved 2009.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Selimovi?, ?. (7 September 2012). "Ro?ade u diplomaciji: Grubi?a u Rim, Goldstein u Pariz". Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ http://www.ffzg.unizg.hr/pov/pov2/biografija.php?id=8

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