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Office: Odsjek za povijesne znanosti, Strossmayerov trg 2, 10000 Zagreb
research Associate - The Division of Historical Sciences, The Institute of the Historical and Social Sciences, Zagreb
Tihana Luetić was born on 12th of June 1976 in Split.
In 2000 she received her BA in history at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb.
In 2005 she received MA in history with a Master thesis “Students at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Zagreb 1874-1914”.
In 2011 at the same faculty she received PhD in history with the thesis “Students at the University of Zagreb 1874-1914. Everyday and Social Life”.
Since December 2000 she is employed at the Department of history of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Art in Zagreb.
In scholarly work she deals with social and cultural history of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. She published several scientific papers in Croatian and foreign publications that mostly discus topics about the history of the University of Zagreb and students population, beginnings of university education for women, Bulgarian students in Zagreb, then about the life and work of the Croatian historian and archeologist Šime Ljubić and about the demographic picture of the town of Samobor.
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