The goal of the FSK Online Library is to establish an online collection of books,
catalogues, periodicals, prints and other publications issued by the Forum of Slavic Cultures and its partner organizations (museums, archives, galleries, libraries, educational institutions, etc.) in Slavic countries and beyond their borders.
The FSK aspires to linguistic variety and the representations of all Slavic countries, their cultures, languages and traditions ae well as their ties with other cultures. That is why the collected publications are in their original languages and/or in combination with other Slavic and world languages.
The FSK Online Library offers the access to rich, often still unknown and unrecognizable treasures of Slavic cultures to experts and students in various fields, lovers of different cultures, accidental visitors and the general public.
FSK partners and friends are invited to contribute their institution’s publication to the FSK Online Library. The contribution process is quick and easy! Follow the steps:
- Select the publication/s of your institution to be published within the FSK online library.
- Click the button bellow, fill out the online form (in English) including the uploading the publication.
Catalogue from art exhibition entitled "Interpretacije", created as part of CREARCH project activities.
A journal that promotes an interdisciplinary approach to heritage studies, presents various international projects and seeks to support the archival community in transfer to a digital environment
A journal that promotes an interdisciplinary approach to heritage studies, presents various international projects and seeks to support the archive community in transfer to a digital environment.
Audience development: manual for education of archivists and heritage professionals
Razvoj publike: priručnik za edukaciju arhivista i baštinskih stručnjaka
This manual was created during CREARCH project activities with the objectives to assist cultural heritage professionals as a set of theoretical and practical guidelines in their activities in the domain of audience development.
The Catalogue The Nineties: At Glossary of Migrations was published to accompany the exibition hosted in The Museum of Yugoslavia in Belgrade, December 5th 2019 – March 1st 2020.
The publication is dedicated to the history of the Museum and provides a review of research of various phenomena that mark Yugoslav heritage and Yugoslav experience.
The publication is dedicated to the centenary of the making of the first Yugoslav state. It is composed of a phototype edition of Thoughts on the Making of Yugoslavia (1931) with the addition of Today's Views on the Yugoslav Idea which includes the texts of the eminent historians, Dr Ljubodrag Dimić, Dr Slobodan Bjelica, Dr Tvrtko Jakovina and Dr Božo Repe.
Yugoslav-US relationship through a photo lens
Jugoslovensko-američki odnosi kroz foto-objektiv
The publication summarizes the results of a two-month project in which short stories about Yugoslav-US relations in the field of diplomacy, military, scientific and economic cooperation and popular culture were posted on social networks and illustrated with photographs from the rich collections of the Museum of Yugoslavia. The publication covers the period of the most intensive cooperation between the two countries, i.e. the second half of the 20th century.
Short Description in English: The book contains texts that briefly describe Tito's life and his historical role, photographs from the archives of the Museum of Yugoslavia, but also archival and personal documents, speech recordings, documentary TV series and other audio-video materials that readers can download via QR code reader application. It is divided chronologically by important years and periods in the life of Josip Broz.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the creation of Yugoslavia (1918-2018), an exhibition and a catalog of 12 parts were made with associates from all parts of Yugoslavia and in all languages and scripts of Yugoslavia.
The catalogue is both in Serbian and Russian. It provides an overview of selected prominent Serbian artists from the second half of the 20th century to this day. It also emphasizes the authors’ poetic styles and artistic sensibilities.
«Only Words Will Be My Legacy»: Catalogue of the Exhibition of Desanka Maksimović’s Manuscript Legacy
"Оставићу вам једино речи ---" : каталог изложбе рукописне заоставштине Десанке Максимовић
The publication presents valuable material from the handwritten legacy of one of the best 20th century Serbian writers and paints the circumstances in which she created her works. It contains initial versions of her poems and discusses the way she wrote and the equipment she used.
Serbian Literature in the First World War: Exhibition Catalogue
Српска књижевност у Првом светском рату : каталог изложбе = Сербскаја літаратурa ў часы Першай сусветнай вайны : каталог выстаўкі
The publication presents notable Serbian authors and works created in the first World War, intending to demonstrate how artistic creation didn’t cease to exist even in some of the most difficult moments in the history of European civilization.
The Miraculous Fate of a Book or The Spaces in the Dictionary of the Khazars: Milorad Pavić’s Jubilees
Чудесна судбина једне књиге или Простори Хазарског речника : јубилеји Милорада Павића
The publication aims at presenting the magic of the world-renown and one of the most frequently translated Serbian novels – Milorad Pavić’s Dictionary of the Khazars, as seen by writer Laslo Blašković. A bibliography of the work is also included.
Discovering the World of Ljubica Cuca Sokić’s Illustrations
Откривени свет илустрације Љубице Цуце Сокић
The publication aims to present the art of illustrations created by Ljubica Cuca Sokić. It tells the story of the painter’s beginnings, the influence of fairytales, artistic elements of illustrations in children’s literature, lyrical abstractions and the transition from paintings to illustrations.
Ours or Alien: written culture in the Balkans and Central Europe in the Middle Ages
Наше или туђе: средњовековна писана култура Балкана и Средње Европе
The catalogue is published as a part of European project EMBARK and on the occasion of the homonymous exhibition at the National Library of Serbia. It reflects the diversity of views on written culture by three authors: from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Serbia.
Register of the intangible cultural heritage of Slovenia (2008–2018)
Register nesnovne kulturne dediščine Slovenije (2008-2018)/Register of the intangible cultural heritage of Slovenia (2008–2018)
The short descriptions of units from the Register of the Intangible Cultural Heritage led by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia present the elements of the intangible cultural heritage that have been entered during the period 2008–2018.
Shamanism of the peoples of Siberia
Šamanizem ljudstev Sibirije/Shamanism of the peoples of Siberia
The visiting exhibition Shamanism of the Peoples of Siberia throws light on the long tradition of shamanism in Siberia and its characteristics, draws attention to ancient practices and the power that comes from nature.
Museum of Special Purpose
Сохраняя память на века. Иллюстрированный альбом
Review of the anniversary exposition about the centenary history of the State Museum of Political History of Russia.
Museum of Special Purpose: Collection of essays dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the State Museum of Political History of Russia
МУЗЕЙ особого НАзначениЯ: Сборник очерков К 100-летию Государственного музея политической истории России
Changes in the space of the museum, its collection, the evolution of its expositions, and methods of working with visitors in the XX - early XXI centuries.
Peterhof’s Samson. Biography of the monument
Петергофский Самсон. Биография памятника
The book about the most famous monument of Peterhof - the fountain «Samson». The book about the history of the creation of the fountain «Samson» and its fate - dramatic and triumphant. The author of the book is the curator of the sculpture fund of the Peterhof State Museum-Reserve.
The book is published in the year of the 100th anniversary of one of the most famous and visited museums in Russia - the Peterhof State Museum-Reserve. The book brings together a collection of documentary materials stored in the Russian and European archives and libraries.
Promotional leaflet, Museum accessible to everyone with basic information about the activities and work of the Typhlological Museum.
Ciklus višeosjetilnih izložbi - Netaknuta priroda - Lokve
Within the cycle of multisensory exhibitions, the Croatian region of Gorski kotar-Lokve was presented. The exhibition is adapted for the visually impaired.
"Face to face" is a magazine supplement to the exhibition about Slovene women alpine climbers "Female Courage", which is focused on their personal stories and feelings.
„The Bulgarian code for tasty” is the latest publication of the ETAR Museum, which contains 199 recipes. The book popularizes forgotten old recipes from the local cuisine.
MARTOR. The Museum of the Romanian Peasant Anthropology Review, issue 25/2020
MARTOR. The Museum of the Romanian Peasant Anthropology Review, issue 25/2020
The issue brings together in-depth accounts and analyses of marriage-making processes among various Roma populations in Central and Eastern Europe, for how marriage can be at once a means of change, and a vehicle of continuity. Articles can be found at: www.martor.muzeultaranuluiroman.ro.
10th International Summer School of Museology
10. Mednarodna poletna šola muzeologije
11th International Summer School of Museology
11. Mednarodna poletna šola muzeologije
12th International Summer School of Museology
12. Mednarodna poletna šola muzeologije