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Tomislav Raukar, F.C.A.

Date of birth:

  • 1933

Place of birth:

  • Stari Grad (otok Hvar)

Addresses:

  • Address: Razred za društvene znanosti HAZU, Zrinski trg 11, 10000 Zagreb

Phones:

  • Phone +385(0)14895156

Emails:

Academic titles:

  • fellow of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (03/11/1986 - ...)
  • doctor of Science (1975. - ...)

Institutions:

  • Regular professor (retired) - Faculty of Philosophy University of Zagreb

Functions in Academy:

  • head of - Historical Sciences Division (10/31/2012 - ...)
  • secretary - Department of Social Sciences (01/01/2007 - 12/31/2014)
  • head of - Historical Sciences Division (11/26/2008 - 11/26/2011)

Membership in Academy:

  • full member - Department of Social Sciences (01/30/1997 - ...)
  • associate member - Department of Social Sciences (03/11/1986 - 01/30/1997)

Date and place of birth

  • 1933 in Stari Grad, Hvar.

Education

  • 1963 degree in History at Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.
  • 1975 Ph. D. / Thesis: Economic and Social Relations in Zadar in the Fifteenth Century/

Research work

  • State Archives in Dubrovnik.
  • State Archives in Zadar.
  • State Archives in Split.
  • Archives of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • Archives of the Trogir chapter
  • State Archives in Ancona.
  • State Archives in Bari.
  • State Archives in Trani.
  • State Archives in Venice.
  • Biblioteca Marciana in Venice.
  • Znanstvena biblioteka in Zadar.

Research field

  • Croatian Medieval History,
  • Development of the Adriatic Societies in the Middle Ages.
  • History’s auxiliary sciences.

Employment

  • 1962-1963 Archives of Croatia/Croatian State Archives, Zagreb.
  • since 1963 Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.

Scientific and educational professions

  • 1963 Assistant Lecturer at Department Section of History’s auxiliary sciences.
  • 1966 Assistant Lecturer at Department Section of Croatian History.
  • 1976 Assistant Professor at Department Section of Croatian History.
  • 1980 Associate Professor at Department Section of Croatian History.
  • 1985 Full Professor at Department Section of Croatian History.
  • since 1993/1994 Head at Derpartment Section of Croatian History.
  • 1997 Professor at Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zageb.

Membership and functions at scientific and professional associations and commissions

  • since 1982 Vice-President of the Croatian Historical Association.
  • since 1985 Member of the editorial board “Historijski zbornik” Zagreb.
  • 1985-1994 Member of the editorial board “Radovi Zavoda za hrvatsku povijest” Zagreb.
  • 1986-1997 Candidate Member of the Yugoslav/Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • 1987-1988 Committee member for organizing scientific meeting to mark the 700th anniversary of the Vinodol Codex.
  • since 1987 Member of the editorial board “Starine” Yugoslav/Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • since 1989 Editor-in-field “Hrvatski biografski leksikon”.
  • 1990-1992 Member of the Croatian Universities’ Commission for scientific and teaching degrees promotion in history sciences.
  • 1991-1992 Committee Member for organizing scientific meeting on the occasion of the 750th anniversary of the Zagreb royal borough /Gradec/.
  • 1993-1994 Committee member for organizing scientific meeting on the occasion of the 900th anniversary of the Zagreb diocese.
  • since 1994 Member of the editorial board “Hrvatska i Europa” Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and edition member of 1st and 2nd volumes.
  • since 1997 Full Member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • since 1997 Committee member of the “Josip Juraj Strossmayer” award.
  • since 1999 Chairman of the Croatian Universities’ Commission for scientific and teaching degrees promotion in the field of humanities /History, History of Art, Archeology, Science on Art, Ethnology and Anthropology/.
  • since 2001 Secretary substitute at Department of social sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • 2002 Chairman of the Commission for scientific projects in history at Ministry of Science and Technology.

Awards and honours

  • 1998 The Annual State Award in the field of humanities for the significant scientific work “Croatia in the Middle Ages”.
  • 1998 Order “Danica hrvatska” with the figure of Ruđer Bošković.
  • 1999 Charter of Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, for promotion of educational activity.
  • 2000 Acknowledgement of the Lexicographic Institute “Miroslav Krleža” for extraordinary and years-long contribution to the successful work of the Institute.

Scientific meetings – organizing

  • 1989 Chairman of the Organizing committee for scientific meeting Zvonimir, the king of Croatia.
  • 1996 Chairman of the Organizing committee for scientific meeting Peter Zrinski and Fran Krsto Frankopan, on the occasion of the 325th anniversary of their perishing.

Scientific meeting – participation

  • Budva 1973: 6th Congress of the Yugoslav historians.
  • Hvar 1976: The International scientific meeting on insurrection by Matija Ivanić.
  • Novi Sad 1977: 7th Congress of the Yugoslav historians.
  • Ljubljana 1978: The Appointment of Yugoslav and Italian historical Commission.
  • Bari 1979: The International scientific meeting Sale e saline in Adriatico.
  • Zadar 1980: Dalmatia during the Angevin Government.
  • Lanciano 1980: 4th International Congress on relations between two Adriatic coasts.
  • Pescara 1981: The International Congress on relations between two Adriatic coasts.
  • Split 1982: Scientific meeting to mark the 670th anniversary of the Split Statute.
  • Rome 1982: The Appointment of Yugoslav and Italian historical Commission, Italiani e Slavi del sud nell’area adriatica dall’etŕ angioina a quella del predominio veneto-turco, secc. XIII-XV.
  • Belgrade 1984: Scientific meeting on Italian and Yugoslav relations.
  • Vasto 1984: 5th International Congress on relations between two Adriatic coasts.
  • Zagreb-Brač 1984: The 800th Anniversary of the Povaljski prag.
  • Hvar 1986: The Hvar Theatre Days – Hanibal Lucić.
  • Split 1986: The International scientific meeting L’Histoire des autres.
  • Sarajevo 1986: The Appointment of Yugoslav and Czecho-Slovak historical Commission.
  • Ancona-Jesi-Fabriano 1987: 6th International Congress on relations between two Adriatic coasts.
  • Zagreb 1987: Session on “History of Yugoslav nations and nationalities”.
  • Pula 1988: Days in homage to Jaroslav Šidak.
  • Zagreb-Zadar 1988: The Scientific meeting on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of Šimun Kožičić Benja’s death.
  • Zagreb 1988: The Scientific meeting on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Grga Novak’s birth.
  • Zagreb-Novi Vinodolski 1988: The International scientific meeting on the occasion of The 700th Anniversary of the Vinodol Codex.
  • Zagreb 1988: The 1100th Anniversary of Branimir’s Inscription from 888.
  • Zagreb 1989: The 600th Anniversary of the Battle of Kosovo.
  • Senigallia 1989: The International scientific meeting Sette cittŕ jugo-slave.
  • Spiez 1989: The International scientific meeting Kommunalismus in Europa.
  • Zagreb 1989: The appointment in honour of S. Antoljak’s 80th anniversary.
  • Zagreb 1989: Zvonimir, the king of Croatia.
  • Madrid 1990: 17th International Congress of Historical Sciences.
  • Senj 1990: The 500th Anniversary of Nikola Jurišić and Petar Kružić’s births.
  • Zagreb 1991: The scientific meeting on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Milan Šufflay’s perishing.
  • Zagreb 1992: The 750th Anniversary of Bela IV’s Golden Bull to Gradec.
  • Zagreb 1993: The scientific meeting on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Krbava.
  • Zagreb 1994: The 900th Anniversary of the Zagreb diocese.
  • Zagreb 1994: The scientific appointment to mark 30th copy of journal “Croatica Christiana Periodica”.
  • Split 1995: The 500th Anniversary of Bernardin’s Lekcionar.
  • Zadar 1995: The 600th Anniversary of the Franciscan Province St. Jerome.
  • Korčula 1995: Marc Polo and East Adriatic.
  • Zadar 1995: 1000 Years of Fishing at the Croats.
  • Zagreb 1995: The scientific appointment on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the institution of higher education in Zadar.
  • Klis 1996: The 400th Anniversary of liberation of Klis 1596.
  • Rab-Kampor 1996: The 550th Anniversary of the Franciscan monastery in Kampor on the island Rab.
  • Zagreb-Slavonski Brod 1996: The scientific appointment to pay homage to Matija Mesić.
  • Križevci 1997: The 600th Anniversary of Parliament in Križevci 1397.
  • Nin 1998: The scientific appointment on The Croatian State Sovereignty during the National Rulers.
  • Zadar 1998: The Croatian Medieval Diplomacy.
  • Korčula 1998: The 600th Anniversary of the seabattle by Korčula 1398.
  • Zagreb 1999: 1st Congress of the Croatian historians.
  • Pistoia 2001: The International Congress Le cittŕ del Mediterraneo all’apogeo dello sviluppo medievale: aspetti economici e sociali.
  • Zagreb 2001: The scientific appointment on Augustin Kažotić.

Scientific projects – monitoring

  • 1991-1994 project Croatian Late Medieval Society 1350-1550.
  • 1997-2001 project Croatia 1100-1527.

Scientific projects – membership

  • 1991-1994 History of the Croatian People – Syntheses.

Educational activity

Undergraduate lecturing

  • 1974-1988 Croatian History in the late Middle Ages at Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.
  • since 1988 Croatian History in the High and Late Middle Ages at Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.
  • 1982-1986 History’s auxiliary sciences at Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.
  • 1980-1983 Croatian History in the Middle Ages at College of Education, Osijek.
  • 1995/1996 Croatian History in the High and Late Middle Ages at College of Education Pula.
  • 1996-2000 Croatian History in the Middle Ages, Study of Croatian Culture, Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb.

Graduate lecturing

  • since 1977 Croatian History – the Middle Ages, at Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.
  • since 1995 Croatian History – the Middle Ages, at Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, Head of lectures on: Croatian Societies and Culture in the High Middle Ages and Croatian Societies and Culture in the late Middle Ages.
  • 1979-1990 Heritage of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, Regional Centre Split, lectures on The Medieval Cities in Dalmatia: economic and sociological analysis of the urban area.
  • 1980-1988 Cultural History of the east Adriatic, Dubrovnik.

Theses advising

  • 90 diploma essays.
  • 13 M. A. Theses.
  • 5 Ph. D. Theses.

Theses defense committees

  • 7 M. A. Theses.
  • 7 Ph. D. Theses.

Visiting professor

  • Belgrade, 1984, Historical Institute: The Dalmatian Chronicling and Social Sensitiveness.
  • Ljubljana, 1993, Faculty of Philosophy: The Medieval Cities in Dalmatia: results and guidelines in researching.
  • Ljubljana, 1995, Faculty of Philosophy: On Communication Visions in the Middle Ages.

Publication editing

  • since 1998 editor-in-chief Starine Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • Josip Adamček 1933-1995, Commemorative Volume (2000).