Board Of Directors

Andrej Tišma

Andrej Tišma
Chairman of the Board

Andrej Tisma (Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, 1952) is an artist, art critic, and curator based in Novi Sad, Serbia. From the early '70s Tisma was concerned with concrete poetry, mail-art, photography, xerox, and since '80s with performance art and video. Since 1996 Tisma has been working in the field of digital graphics, video, web-art. Since 2003 he is dealing with music. Read more...
He has had solo exhibitions beginning in 1972 in Novi Sad, Belgrade, New York, Milan, Seoul, Munich, Naples, San Francisco, London, Budapest, Tokyo and Bremen, and since 1969 took part in some 500 collective exhibitions in about 40 countries all over the world. He has been publishing art criticism and essays since 1976.
Website: www.atisma.com
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Bora Babić

Bora Babić
Chief Executive Officer

Bora Babić is an editrix-in-chief and a directress of publishing house Akademska knjiga. After a short career in the Matica Srpska and in publishing house Izdavačka knjižarnica Zorana Stojanovića, Bora Babić founded publishing house Akademska knjiga in Novi Sad in 2006 with the aim of publishing capital scholarly works of domestic and foreign authors who write in the areas of social science and humanities, natural sciences as well as literature. One of the most important project in Akademska knjiga is publishing The complete works of Aleksandar Tišma. Read more...
Owing to the team of editors from different fields and the quality of published titles, Akademska knjiga has become a recognizable publisher in the country and in the region in a short time. Since 2019 Akademska knjiga has been a full member of China-CEEC Publishing Association, Beijing (China + 17 Central and Eastern European Countries). Books of Akademska knjiga cover 20 different genres of different fields and they are published in 16 editions. Beside domestic authors Akademska knjiga has so far translated and published books from 30 languages. Thanks to quality editorial conception, publishing house Akademska knjiga received many awards. The most important are: The Captain Miša Anastasijević Charter (Akademska knjiga, the leader of publishing industry in the region), Novi Sad, 2013; The Letter of Appreciation to Akademska knjiga for Outstanding Contribution to Development, Improvement and Affirmation of University in Novi Sad, 2015; The Award for the Best Scientific Work Hermeneutics as Politics by Stanley Rosen, The 61st International Belgrade Book Fair, 2016; The Award for Scientific Contribution in the Field of Publishing, The Festival “Pazi šta čitaš”, Belgrade, 2017; The Award to Edition “Horizonti” for the Best Edition at the Book Fair “Trg od knjige”, Herceg Novi, 2017; The Charter for the Best Publisher Awarded by Journalists, 62nd International Belgrade Book Fair, 2017; The Award for the Publisher of the Year, 62nd International Belgrade Book Fair, 2017; The Special Award for Publishing the Book Theorie des kommunikativen Handelns by Jürgen Habermas in two volumes, Novi Sad Book Fair, 2018; The Award for the Best Publisher, Book and Graphics Fair, Kragujevac, 2018; The Award for a valuable reprint edition of a book with features of enduring cultural and historical value, Simeon Piščević, Istorija srpskog naroda, The Festival “Pazi šta čitaš”, Belgrade, 2019.

Vladimir Kopicl

Vladimir Kopicl
Member of the Board

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Prof. Dr. Gorana Raičević

Prof. Dr. Gorana Raičević
Member of the Board

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Prof. Dr. Dragan Stanić

Prof. Dr. Dragan Stanić
Member of the Board

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Prof. Dr. Vladislava Gordić Petković

Prof. Dr. Vladislava Gordić Petković
Member of the Board

Vladislava Gordić Petković is Full Professor of English and American Literature at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia. She has written widely on English and American contemporary fiction, women's writing, Shakespearean tragedy and the issues of literary theory, criticism, media and techology. Read more...
Vladislava Gordić Petković has published nine books so far: two book-length studies dealing with the contemporary short story (The Syntax of Silence (1995), and Hemingway (2000)), three books of dealing with women's writing and contemporary fictional phenomena (Correspondence: The Currents and Characters of Postmodern Fiction (2000), On the Female Continent (2007), and Mysticism and Mechanisms (2010)) and two collections of short essays (The Literature and the Quotidian (2007) and Formatting (2009)). Her newspaper articles about literature and modern technologies are collected in Virtual Literature (2004) and Virtual Literature 2: Literature, Technology, Ideology (2007).
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