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Author: Stojadinovic, Milica

Spouse/other names:
Year of birth:1828
Year of death:1878
About her personal situation:standardizingnmfeb14: Origin • Place of birth : Bukovac | Austro-Hungarian Empire • Place(s) of residence: Not yet checked • Place of death: Belgrade | Serbia National identity • Nationality : Serbian • First language(s) : Serbian Marital status : - Single Number of children : None Social class : - Not yet checked Education: - Self-educated Religion - Eastern Orthodox

Countries:Serbia - Austro-Hungarian Empire
Relations to other authors: Friend of Němcová, Božena
Friend of Karadzić, Mina (Wilhelmina)

Acquaintance of Obrenović, Anka

About her professional situation:Standardizingnmfeb14 Authorial attribution: - Maiden name Profession(s) and other activities : - Poet - Translator from French - Translator from German Language(s) in which she wrote : - Serbian Collaboration/connections with male authors : - August Frankl, Ludvig - Nenadović, Ljubomir - Petrović Njegoš, Petar - Rajković, Djordje - Stefanović Karadzić, Vuk - Financial aspects of her career: - Not yet checked Memberships: - Not yet checked
Elements of bibliography:MENTIONED IN: - Buck, Women's Guide to literature, 1996: "Known as the 'Muse of the 1848 Generation' [...] first woman poet of Serbia [...] a pioneer with her sentimental, exalted patriotic verse [...] also wrote a ... diary [...]". - Jovan Skerlic, Omladina i njena knjizevnost [Youth movement and its literature], Beograd 1906 (first edition Belgrade 1906) - Jovan Skerlic, Istorija nove srpske literature {The History of New Serbian Literature], Beograd 1914 (first edition: Belgrade 1914). - Aleksijević, D. Vlastoje: Our woman as the Creator of Literatute, in Pro femina no 1, 1994/1995. -Slavica Garonja Radovanac Žena u srpskoj književnosti (Woman in Serbian Literature), Dnevnik, Novi Sad, 2010. Cf. - Jovan Skerlic, Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja. Knjizevna slika [Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja. Literary portrait] [in:] idem, Pisci i knjige, Beograd 1907 (first edition Belgrade 1907). - Stevan Radic, O Milici Stojadinovic Srpkinji [About Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja] in: Srpkinja: njezin život i rad, njezin kulturni razvitak i njezina narodna umetnost do danas, 1913. [Serbian woman: her life and work, her cultural development and her folklore art up to date, edited by Serbian woman writers 1913], p. 7-14. Tatjana Rosic, Proizvoljnost dnevnika. Romanticarski dnevnik u srpskoj knjizevnosti [Arbitrariness of Diary. Romanticism diary in Serbian Literature], Beograd 1994 [Belgrade 1994]. - Biljana Dojcinovic, "Transcribing the voice of the mother: The diary of Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja", in GendeRings. Gendered readings in Serbian Women's Writing". Beograd, 206, p. 57-87. - ”My Name is Impossibility:” Observations on An/Other Literary History”, GendeRings, pp. 35-56. - "In search of the mother’s voice, The diary of Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja” in History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe, Junctures and disjunctures in the 19th and 20th centuries, Volume 4: Types and stereotypes, Edited by Marcel Cornis-Pope and John Neubauer, John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2010, pp. 154-166. - Celia Hawkesworth, Voices in Shadows, Women and Verbal art in Serbia and Bosnia, CentralEuropean University Press, Budapest 2000. - Magdalena Koch, ...keidy dojrzejemy jako kultura... Twórczosc pisarek serbskich na poczátku XX wieku (Kanon-genre-gender) [...when we mature as a culture... Early 20th-century Serbian Women's Writings (canon-genre-gender)], Wroclaw 2007, p. 41-51, p. 93-99. Mićić-Dimovska, Milica. 1996. Poslednji zanosi MSS (The Last Fascinations of MSS, a novel). Nolit, Beograd. (a novel) Her correspondence with Stojadinovic has been published in 1987. Prepiska Milica - Vuk - Mina [Correspondence Milica - Vuk - Mina]: the book is a collection of the correspondence of Milica Stojadinovic, Mina Karadzic and Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic. The letters were written between 1854-1868. info MKoch. svdmay11
Websites: NEWW portraits of authors
Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja
Milica Stojadinović in "Knjižensvo"
NEWW contribution Madrid 2010 B. Dojčinović

Editors: Suzan van Dijk (update on 12 December 2009)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 01 March 2010)
Biljana Dojcinovic2 (update on 06 May 2010)
Biljana Dojcinovic2 (update on 06 May 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 10 May 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 16 May 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 14 June 2010)
Jelena Milinkovic (update on 23 September 2010)
Magdalena Koch (update on 12 October 2010)
Magdalena Koch (update on 12 October 2010)
Magdalena Koch (update on 12 October 2010)
Jelena Milinkovic (update on 14 October 2010)
Magdalena Koch (update on 15 October 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 16 October 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 19 October 2010)
Jelena Milinkovic (update on 06 November 2010)
Jelena Milinkovic (update on 06 November 2010)
Biljana Dojcinovic2 (update on 09 November 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 07 May 2011)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 07 May 2011)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 29 October 2011)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 17 March 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 21 March 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 25 March 2012)
Sofija Nemet (update on 13 July 2012)
Sofija Nemet (update on 13 July 2012)
Astrid Kulsdom (update on 03 October 2012)
Biljana Dojcinovic2 (update on 28 February 2014)
Biljana Dojcinovic2 (update on 28 February 2014)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 22 August 2014)

Works written by this author

E 1 *Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja, the author ()
E 2 Pesme [Poems] (1850)
E 3 Prepiska Milica - Vuk - Mina [Correspondence Milica - Vuk - Mina] (1987)
E 4 Prepiska Milice Stojadinović Srpkinje sa savremenicima [Letters of Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja to her contemporaries] (1991)
E 5 U Fruškoj gori 1854 (In Fruška Gora in 1854) (1861)

Authors read by this author

Xreception 1 Düringsfeld, Ida von   -   *Ida von Duringsfeld, the author