Miomir Petrović

Narrow scientific/artistic field:
Production

Subjects:
Film History, Film Art

Miomir Petrović graduated at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, at the Department of Dramaturgy (in 1995), in the class of professors Slobodan Selenić and Nenad Prokić with the average grade of 10 (the highest grade). He then obtained his master’s degree at Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade (in 1999) with the thesis paper “Works of Domestic Playwrights on the Stage of Atelier 212 (1967–1987)”. Miomir Petrović obtained his PhD at the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Art University in Belgrade (2008) with the thesis paper “Mythological Matrix in Media and Art Texts (cinema, theater, novel, painting)”.

He was the lead dramatist of the Atelier 212 in Belgrade (1996–1999) and the dramatist of the National Theater in Belgrade (2001–2003). At the BK Academy of Arts in Belgrade, he first became an assistant teacher and then assistant professor, teaching the subjects of Dramaturgy and History of World Theater (1998–2006), and he also worked as an associate professor at the Faculty of Culture and Media in Belgrade, teaching the subjects of Creative Writing and Theory of Genres (2008–2015). As full professor at the Faculty of Contemporary Arts, he teaches the subjects of Aesthetic and History of Performing Arts. Miomir Petrović received the October Award given by the City of Belgrade for his book of plays “The Argos Incident” (1996) and the Laza Kostić award for the novel “House of Salt” (2017). He is also a member of the Serbian Literary Society and Association of Drama Artists of Serbia (from 2000).

Dramas:

  • A Vagabond in City’s Garden (1995),
  • The Argos Incident (1996),
  • The Demiurge (1997),
  • Appendix (1997) (radio play, RTS production, 2004),
  • The Pack (1998),
  • Wolf’s Lair (2000), radio play based on the book “Galerius’ Fires”, RTS production, (2012).

Scientific studies:

  • Liberation of Plays (The Andrejević Foundation, Belgrade, 2000),
  • Creative Writing, Narratological Approach to Text and Context (Megatrend, Belgrade, 2011).

List of published papers:

  • Petrović, Miomir, “Narratological Analysis of the Wim Wenders’ Wings of Desire”, Communication, Media, Culture, 2014, issue no. 6, Almanac of the Faculty of Culture and Media, Megatrend University, Belgrade, ISSN 1821-0171, pages 377–394.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Stojanović as a Parent, Teacher and Playwright”, Proceedings of the 4th Symposium “Days of Slobodan Stojanović”, National Library Ilija M. Petrović, Požarevac, 2013, ISBN 978-86-89351-02-6.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Morphology of Mytho-Poetic World Model, Presence of Myth in Modern Narration”, Conference proceedings from the academic conference Cultural Politics, Artistic Creation and Media Practice in the Service of Sustainable Social Development”, Megatrend University, Belgrade, ISBN 978-86-7747-476-8, May 2012.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Diegetic as Portal to Mimetic”, Communications, Media, Culture, 2012, issue no. 4, Almanac of the Faculty of Culture and Media, Megatrend University, Belgrade, ISSN 1821-0171, pages 327–346.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “The Geometry of Ritual in Sartre’s Play The Flies”, Almanac of the Faculty of Culture and Media, Megatrend University, Belgrade, ISSN 1821-0171, issue no. 3, January 2011.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Intertextuality and Hidden Writing”, Almanac of the Faculty of Culture and Media, Megatrend University, Belgrade, ISSN 1821-0171, issue no. 2, November 2009, pages 475–495.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Mythology and Morphology (Drama and Myth)”, Culture of Polis No. 28, Novi Sad 2016, ISSN 1820-4589.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Prometheus Bound” (on Radomir Putnik’s book “Approximating Theater”), Theatron – Magazine for Theater Art, issue 167-168, The Museum of Theatrical Arts of Serbia, 2016, ISBN 0351-7500. COBISS.SR-ID 28940551.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Escapist-Travelogue Novel (Inversible Escape)”, Culture of Polis No. 27, Novi Sad 2015, ISSN 1820-4589.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “The Long Journey Home” (on Milovan Vitezović’s play “Mystery”), Theatron – Magazine for Theater Art, issue 165-166, The Museum of Theatrical Arts of Serbia, 2015, ISBN 0351-7500. COBISS.SR-ID 28940551.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Titanomachical Principle – The Victory Over the Gods of Old, The Essential Heroic Myth”, The Culture of Chivalry No. 4, The Culture of Polis, Novi Sad 2015, ISSN 1820-4589.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Dramaturgical Matrix of Myth” Theatron – Magazine for Theater Art, issue 163-164, The Museum of Theatrical Arts of Serbia, 2014, pages 97-120, ISBN 0351-7500. COBISS.SR-ID 28940551.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Drama as a Field of Mytho-Poetic According to Frances Fergusson and Northrop Frye”, The Culture of Polis No. 25, Novi Sad 2014, ISSN 1820-4589, pages 319–330.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “All the Freedoms, Including the Freedom of Speech” (on Milovan Vitezović’s play “Oh Serbia, Country of My Ancestors “, Theatron – Magazine for Theater Art, issue 161-162, The Museum of Theatrical Arts of Serbia, 2014, ISBN 0351-7500. COBISS.SR-ID 28940551.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Chivalrous Concept of Copper Drums”, Culture of Chivalry, issue  no. 3, The Culture of Polis, Novi Sad 2014, ISSN 1820-4589, pages 199–215.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Myth, Cult and Ritual”, The Culture of Chivalry, issue no. 2, The Culture of Polis, Novi Sad 2013, ISSN 1820-4589, pages 147–163.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “The Principle of Chivalry and the Aspect of Combination of Chevalier and Angel in Christianity, Judaism and Islam on the Example of Graphic Novel The Immortal”, The Culture of Chivalry, issue no. 1, The Culture of Polis, Novi Sad 2013, ISSN 1820-4589, pages. 65–81.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “The Concept of Demythologisation in the Art of Francis Bacon”, original scientific paper in The Culture of Polis, issue no. 18, Belgrade, 2012, ISSN 1820-4589.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “The Principle of Chivalry and the Aspect of Combination of Chevalier and Angel in Christianity, Judaism and Islam on the Example of Graphic Novel The Immortal”, The Culture of Polis, issue no. 19, Belgrade 2012, ISSN 1820-4589.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Hysteria”, The Contemporary, issue no. 201-202-203, Apostrophe: Serbian Literary Association, Belgrade, 2012, ISBN 978-86-7634-125-5, pages 85–98.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Transformation of Stereotype into Archetype”, The Contemporary, issue no. 199-200, Apostrophe: Serbian Literary Association, Belgrade, 2012, ISBN 978-86-7634-125-5, pages 90–105.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “An Impossible Endeavour”, The Contemporary, issue no. 197, Apostrophe: Serbian Literary Association, Belgrade, 2010, ISBN 978-86-7634-125-5.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Historically Polemical Theater (Belgrade’s Politically Engaged Theater of the 60s and 70s”, The Scene – Magazine for Theatrical Arts, issue no. 1, Novi Sad, January 2002, ISSN 0036-5734.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Games But No Bread (Phenomenology of Theater Festivals in Yugoslavia)”, The Scene – Magazine for Theatrical Arts, issue no. 1-2, Novi Sad, January 1997, ISSN 0036-5734.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Movement, Amputation, Stumble (Phenomenology of Theater Festivals in Yugoslavia)”, The Scene – Magazine for Theatrical Arts, issue no. 5-6, Novi Sad, September 1996, ISSN 0036-5734.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Women’s Dramatic Principles of the 70s Serbian Drama”, The Scene – Magazine for Theatrical Arts, issue no. 2, Novi Sad, May 1996, ISSN 0036-5734.
  • Petrović, Miomir, “Pain Changes the Theatrical Reality in Its Essence (The Phenomenology of Audience)”, The Scene – Magazine for Theatrical Arts, issue no. 3-4, Novi Sad, May 1996, ISSN 0036-5734.

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