Biljana Ćirić

assistant professor

Email address: biljana.ciric@link.co.rs

Narrow scientific/artistic field
Literature

Subjects
Creative Reading of Drama, Creative Writing

Biljana Ćirić acquired her PhD from the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, where she taught exercise classes for the subject Literature from Renaissance to Rationalism. Biljana also worked at the Veliko Trnovo University, where she taught Serbian language. As of 2018, Biljana has worked as an assistant professor at the Faculty of Contemporary Arts. The field of her studies encompasses: contemporary play, raguseology, theory of culture and communicology.

  • “Politics, Poetics and Ethics in Gundulić’s Dubravka”, Philologia Mediana, no. 4, Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, 2012, 45-61, UDK 821.163.42-13.09 M51 (3)
  • “Interpretation of National Ideologemes in Play ‘St George Kills the Dragon’ by Dušan Kovačević”, Philology and University, Conference procedures from the conference Science and Modern University I, Niš, 2012, 512-528, UDK 821.163.41.09-2 M63 (1)
  • “Ideological Orientation of Literary Critique in Magazine Mladost (1945-1952)“, Philologia Mediana, no. 5, Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, 2013, 169-183, UDK 82.09:070.488 M51 (3)
  • “The Ragusan Ruđer Bošković – From Quantum Theory to Poetry” (Gradac, magazine for literature, art and culture, no. 180-181, year 38,  Culture Center Čačak with Culture Society Gradac, Čačak, 2011, page 255), Philologia Mediana, no. 5, Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, 2013, 634-637, UDK 51/52:929 M51 (3)
  • “Ivo Andrić’s Bosnian Chronicle as The Meeting Place of Past and Present”, Conference procedures from the academic conference Time and Space in the Culture of Bulgarians and Serbs; Slavena, Varna, 2013, 259-275. M33 (1)
  • “Private and Public in Nikša Gradi’s plays”, The Philologist, magazine for language, literature and culture, VII, Banja Luka University, Faculty of Philology, 2013, 263-272, UDK 821.163.41/42.09-2 M52 (2)
  • “New Historicism and Marginalization of Literature Studies”, Language, Literature, Marginalization, collection of papers, Niš, 2014, 109-121. UDK 82.09 M14 (4)
  • “The Manuscript of ‘Romanticism’ a Comedy by sir Ivan Stojanović”, Philologia Mediana, no. 6, Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, 2014, 505-527, UDK 821.163.41.09-22 M51 (3)
  • “The Rhetoric of the Border of Christianity: ‘Struggles Against the Turks’ by Antun Sasin and ‘Osman’ by Gundulić”, 2nd Conference for Young Slavists in Budapest, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Institute of Slavonic and Baltic Philology, Budapest, 2014. 33-37 M33 (1)
  • “Literature of Ragusa: A Significant Encouragement to Future Researchers”, Zlata Bojović, History of Ragusan Literature, Serbian Literary Cooperative, Matica Srpska’s Chronicle, Novi Sad, 2015, 543-546.
  • “The Function of Words and Gestures in Biljana Srbljanović’s Play ‘This Grave is Too Small For Me'”, Word and Gesture in the Culture of Bulgarians and Serbs, collection of papers, Veliko Trnovo, 2015, 170-177.
  • “The Forgotten Comedy ‘Romanticism’ by Ivan Stojanović”, conference procedures from the academic conference Spaces That No Longer Exist. Remembrance in Southern and Western Slavs, 2015, 19-29.
  • “Motherhood During War: Death of Mother Jugović”, Conference procedures from the conference Women, War, Art, organized by the Center for Scientific Research of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, University of Niš and Civil Association LITERA – on 5th of September 2014 at the University of Niš, 2016, 89-100. M33 (1)

Participation at academic conferences:

  • Science and Modern University I, Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, 2012
    (“Interpretation of National Ideologemes in play St George Kills the Dragon by Dušan Kovačević”).
  • Conference Time and Space in the Culture of Bulgarians and Serbs, University of Saint Cyril and Methodius, Veliko Trnovo, 2013 (“Ivo Andrić’s Bosnian Chronicle as The Meeting Place of Past and Present”).
  • Language, Literature, Marginalization, Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, 2013 (“New Historicism and Marginalization of Literature Studies”).
  • 2nd Conference for Young Slavists in Budapest, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Institute of Slavonic and Baltic Philology, Budapest, 2012 (“The Rhetoric of the Border of Christianity: ‘Struggles Against the Turks’ by Antun Sasin and ‘Osman’ by Gundulić”).
  • Word and Gesture in the Culture of Bulgarians and Serbs, University of Saint Cyril and Methodius, 2014 (“The Function of Words and Gestures in Biljana Srbljanović’s Play ‘This Grave is Too Small For Me'”).
  • Women, War, Art, organized by Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and Civil Association LITERA, Niš, 2014 (“Motherhood During War: Death of Mother Jugović by Ivo Vojnović”).
  • Spaces That No Longer Exist. Remembrance in Southern and Western Slavs,
    Jagiellonian University, Krakow, 2015 (“The Forgotten Comedy ‘Romanticism’ by Ivan Stojanović”.
  • Literature and Context: Religion in the Works of Art. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts with Civil Association LITERA, Niš, 2015 (“The Rhetoric in ‘Resurrection of Lazarus’ by Ivo Vojnović”)
  • Literature and Context: Marginalization. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts with Civil Association LITERA, Niš, 2016. (“Ethical and Political Aspects of Emigration in ‘The Equinox’ by Ivo Vojnović)
  • Literature and Context. Values: Local and Universal. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts with Civil Association LITERA, Niš, 2018. (“From Local to Universal: The System of Values in Plays ‘Dear Daddy’ by Milena Bogavac and ‘Boat for Dolls’ by Milena Marković”)
  • Balkan Cultural Connections (University of Saint Cyril and Methodius, Veliko Trnovo)
  • Awarded the title of The Best Graduate of the Department of Serbian and Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, for the academic year 2009/10