Faculty of Philosophy
University of Novi Sad
The text refers to articles, studies and books about an eminent medieval woman and the first known female writer of the period – nun Jefimija (Jelena Mrnjavčević / Evpraksija). It notes different editions of her works, texts which merely mention her name and non-scientific writings inspired by her life. The bibliography is chronological. It contains even the works which falsely attribute The Appraisal of King Lazar to duchess Milica.
The existing bibliography about Jefimija:
Enciklopedija Jugoslavije, 4, Hil–Jugos, Zagreb, 1960, 477. (Đorđe Sp. Radojičić)
Leksikon pisaca Jugoslavije, II, Đ–J, Novi Sad, 1979, 559–560. (Damnjan Petrović)
Perić Đorđe, Nacrt istorijske bibliografije o srpskoj srednjovekovnoj ženi (1158/9-1459-1521), Zbornik Matice srpske za istoriju, 35, Novi Sad, 1987, 189 –207.
Srpski biografski rečnik, 4, I-Ka, Novi Sad, 2009, 397. (Đorđe Trifunović)
Serbia, medieval literature, bibliography, nun Jefimija, duchess Milica
Faculty of Philology
University of Belgrade
Bibliography of the Journal Women's World: Journal of Serbian Women's Charity Associations Part I (1886-1890).
Women's World: Journal of Serbian Women's Charity Associations was edited by Arkadije Varadjanin since 1886 until 1914. Basic information about the journal, its editor and the foundation of charity associations in Vojvodina is followed by a bibliography which refers to the first five years of publication (1886-1890) and contains 659 bibliographical units described de visu.
Women's World: Journal of Serbian Women's Charity Associations, bibliography