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Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
Women and minority documentation and digital presentation
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  • 1. Women and MinorityDocumentation and Digital Presentation The Serbian Case
  • 2. Archives Network in Serbia• 1898. The Law of the State Archives – corner stone of modern archival science in Serbia• 1900. State Archives was established• 1950. The Overall Law of State Archives – the first archival law effective on the whole territory of Yugoslavia• 1950. The Archives of Yugoslavia was founded
  • 3. Archives Network in Serbia• ,,Arhivist” – new federal archival magazine• 1952. The Archives of Yugoslavia (State archives of FNRY, nowadays Archives of Serbia and Monte Negro) began its work• Nowadays, Serbian archives network is comprised of the Archives of Serbia, as a central archives, two provincial, thirty inter-municipal archives, and four city archives.• Preservation of the archival material in the Republic of Serbia is regulated by the Law on Cultural Assets, adopted in 1994.
  • 4. Archives Network in Serbia• The information activity of the archives is based on the draft project called JAIS (Integrated archives informational system), initiated in 1995.• The goal of the JAIS is to collect overall information on the activities/evidence of the central archives (Archives of Serbia)• Large number of archives have their own Web presentations with the lists of funds and collections they preserve
  • 5. Separate archives institutions for documents of women and minority groups• There are no specialized archival institutions in Serbia which preserve the documentation on the women and minority groups, except The Archives of the Jewish Historic Museum in Belgrade• Two archives electronic databases
  • 6. Separate archives institutions for documents of women and minority groups• The Historical Archives of Belgrade preserve the following funds that contain documents linked to the history of women movement:• The University Educated Women Association (1922-1941)• Female Doctors of Belgrade Association (1919-1939)
  • 7. Separate archives institutions for documents of women and minority groups• The Archives of Serbia preserves a collection of journals for women: The World of Women and Housemaid (end of 19th century- beginning of 20th century)
  • 8. Separate archives institutions for documents of women and minority groups• Internet presentations of some minority groups – presentation of Ruski Krustur, a small town / village in Vojvodina, inhabited with the majority of 86% of Rusyns (Ruthenians)
  • 9. Separate archives institutions fordocuments of women and minority groups
  • 10. Separate archives institutions fordocuments of women and minority groups
  • 11. The kind of research access to documentation on women and minorities in the archives• Absence of thematic guides or other finding aids and sources reliable for the research purposes on the above specified themes• Traditional finding aids: inventories, catalogues, guides, published documents and competent personnel

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