B.A., University of Belgrade (Yugoslavia), 1983; M.A., University of Pennsylvania (USA), 1990; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (USA), 1994.
Areas of Interest
Late Classical and medieval history and architecture; nineteenth-century architecture in southeastern Europe; nationalism and nationalist discourses and identity formation in the visual arts and literature.
- ArticlePantelic, Bratislav (2011) "Memories of a time forgotten: the myth of the perennial nation", Nations and Nationalism, Vol.17, No.2, 443-464 (SSCI)Pantelic, Bratislav (2007) "Designing identities: reshaping the Balkans in the first two centuries: the case of Serbia", Journal of Design History, Vol.20, No.2, 131-144Pantelic, Bratislav (2005) "L'Eglise de St-Sava a Belgrade", Etudes Balkaniques, No.12, 181-186
- BookPantelic, Bratislav, The architecture of decani and the role of archbishop Danilo II, Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, January 2002