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Milo? Okuka (born August 2, 1944 in Porije, near Ulog) is a Serbian linguist, Slavist, dialectologist and literature historian.

After teaching as a professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, from 1992 till 2009 he served as a lecturer at the University of Munich.

In 2017, Milo? Okuka has signed the Declaration on the Common Language of the Croats, Serbs, Bosniaks and Montenegrins.[1]

Published works

He published several hundred papers, and the following books:

  • Sava Mrkalj als Reformator der serbischen Kyrilliza (Munich, 1975)
  • Govor Rame (Sarajevo, 1983)
  • Jezik i politika (Sarajevo, 1983)
  • Pri?e o oblicima rije?i (Sarajevo, 1984)
  • U Vukovo doba (Sarajevo, 1987)
  • Ogledi o na?em knji?evnom djelu (Nik?i?, 1990)
  • A Bibliography of Recent Literature on Macedonian, Serbo-Croatian, and Slovene languages (Munich, 1990, with Rada Lenecka)
  • Knji?evni jezik u Bosni i Hercegovini od Vuka Karad?i?a do kraja austrougarske vladavine (Munich, 1991, with Ljilana Stan?i?)
  • Eine Sprache - viele Erben' (Klagenfurt, 1998)
  • Bosna i Hercegovina prije 100 godina u rije?i i slici - Bosnien-Hercegowina vor 100 Jahren in Wort und Bild - Bosnia and Hercegovina from 100 years ago (Munich - Banjaluka, 1990, with Meha ?o?e)
  • Deutsch-serbische Kulturbeziehungen im Spiegel des Volksliedes (Hamburg, 2003)
  • Srpski na kri?nom putu (Isto?no Sarajevo, 2006)
  • Srpski dijalekti, (2008)

Together with Josip Baoti?, Milo? Kova?evi? and ?edomir Rebi?, he authored four Serbo-Croatian textbooks for gymnasiums and high-schools in Bosnia and Hercegovina (Sarajevo, 1998-1992). For a number of years he served as the editor-in-chief of the journal Knji?evni jezik. He edited and published several proceedings, lexicons and anthologies:

  • Das zerrissene Herz. Reisen durch Bosnien- Herzegowina 1530-1993. (Munich, 1994, with Petra Rehder)
  • Traumreisen und Grenzermessungen: Reisende aus fünf Jahrhunderten über Slowenien (Klagenfurt, 1995, with Klaus Olof)
  • Dobra zemljo ?apni kroz zgnje?ene vlati : srpska knji?evnost Bosne i Hercegovine od Ljubavi?a do danas (Banja Luka, 2001)
  • Terra Bosna (Klagenfurt, 2002, with Ger Fischer)
  • Lexikon der Sprachen das europäischen Ostens (Klagenfurt, 2002)
  • Hrvatska knji?evnost Bosne i Hercegovine od XV. stolje?a do danas (Sarajevo, 2002)
  • Germano-Slavische Beiträge (Munich, 2004, with Ulrich Schweier)
  • Hrvatska knji?evnost Bosne i Hercegovine koncem XIX. i prve polovice XX. stolje?a. (Sarajevo, 2005)
  • Kvarner (Klagenfurt, 2007, with Ger Fischer)
  • Pojanja i kazivanja u skrbna i besudna vremena. Knji?evnojezi?ka ba?tina bosanskih i hercegova?kih Srba pod turskom vlau (Isto?no Sarajevo, 2007)
  • Mostar (Klagenfurt, 2008, with Ger Fischer)

References

  1. ^ Signatories of the Declaration on the Common Language, official website, retrieved on 2018-08-16.

Sources

  • Okuka, Milo? (2008), Srpski dijalekti, SKD Prosvjeta

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