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Inga Vilogorac
Churches of Split
A guide to architectural heritage


SZagreb 2016
Size: 20×13 cm, 160 pages
Cover: paperbook
Price: 140,00 kn
978-953- 284-120- 6


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An illustrated guide through the churches of Split. The art historian Inga Vilogorac describes 51 churches in a very simple, vivid and concise manner, including also the churches that do not exist anymore, and those that are still under construction. Along with the comprehensive information, the enclosed city maps will make one’s orientation easier.

About the Author

Inga Vilogorac Brcic was born on 20 October 1977 in Mostar where she finished her primary school. She finished the Classical Gymnasium in Split in 1996.

In 2002, she got a degree in History of Art, and Latin Language and Roman Literature, on the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb.

In the academic year 2002-2003, she was a teacher of Latin in a grammar school in Mostar. In 2002 and 2003, she worked as an associate in the cataloging of the archival records in the Split Conservatory Institute of the Ministry of Culture.

From 2003 until 2008, she performed publishing jobs in Matica hrvatska (Matrix Croatica). She worked as language editor, proofreader, and later on as executive editor. In 2004, she began her postgraduate study in Croatian History, at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. In 2012, she got her PhD degree.

In 2008, she worked as a research fellow at the Department for History at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Split. In 2011, she started working at the Chair for Ancient History of the Department of History, at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, and in 2012, she became a Senior Assistant. In 2013, at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University in Split, she received a nominal scientific-teaching title of Assistant Professor.

She wrote the following books: Splitske crkve. Vodič po spomeničkoj baštini (Churches of Split. A Guide to Architectural Heritage), Ex libris, Zagreb 2005, Slavna žena Klaudija Kvinta (Claudia Quinta, the Famous Woman), Ex libris, Zagreb 2009, Hrvatska i Unesco (Croatia and UNESCO), Ex libris, Zagreb 2010, Religionum Orientalium monumenta et inscriptiones Salonitani (co-author Petar Selem), Signa et litterae III, proceedings of the project ''Mythos – cultus – imagines deorum'' of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, FF Press, Zagreb 2012, Religionum Orientalium monumenta et inscriptiones ex Croatia I. (co-author Petar Selem), Signa et litterae V, proceedings of the project ''Mythos – cultus – imagines deorum'' of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, FF Press, Zagreb 2015.

She edited the following books: Svjetlost Dalmacije (The Light of Dalmatia) by Jure Kaštelan, Ex libris, Zagreb 2007 and Splitske vedute (Split Sights) by Duško Kečkemet, Ex libris, Zagreb 2008. She is the author of a series of scientific papers, art and literary reviews, and the editor of numerous books.



















 
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