History

 
In 1998, immediately after its establishment, Victimology Society of Serbia started the journal on victimisation, human rights and gender, which was named after the Greek goddess of justice Temida. First, inspection copy was published in 1997. Temida is the first and still the only journal dealing with issues of victimisation, human rights and gender in Serbia, but it has also been recognised as such in the region of the former Yugoslavia and even broader. Temida has been published regularly since 1998. From 1998 to 2017 it was published quarterly, while from 2017 it is published three times a year.

After thirteen years of publishing, first bibliography of articles published in Temida was made. Keeping in mind diversity of topics, this bibliography presents a real treasure of works in the field of victimology, human rights and gender. Bibliography was prepared by Vesna Madžarac, Department for Serial Publications of the National Library of Serbia, and Jelena Vukotić, Department for Monographic Publications of the National Library of Serbia. Special bibliography of Temida was conducted de visu; it contains 502 bibliographical references and it encompasses a period from 1998 to 2010 (13 volumes). Bibliography of Temida is available in Serbian at http://www.vds.org.rs/File/BibliografijaTemida2012.pdf.

During previous eighteen years, 502 academic articles were published in Temida: 363 (73.3%) articles written by Serbian authors and 139 (27.7%) written by foreign authors. In total, 114 book reviews were published (49 books written by Serbian authors and 65 books written by foreign authors); 86 conference reviews in Serbian language and nine conference reviews in English were published as well. Additionally, one journal review, a project review and a film review were published, too.

In 2016 Temida received the award “Anđelka Milić” for feminist creativity in the field of science and culture, and for the support to that creativity and implementation of feminist ideas in different areas of social life. Temida was awarded for the support to development of knowledge in the field of gender studies in Serbia (theory and research).

Temida has been in the international DOI system since 2007. It has been indexed in DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) since 2010, and in the EBSCO research database since 2013. In 2015 it was included in the new edition of the Web of Science - Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), a new edition of journals that extends the content of the Web of Science and makes it possible searching, finding and quotation of journals that are included in this edition.

Editors in Chief:
1998-2009. - prof. dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović
2010-2012. - prof. dr Nevena Petrušić
2013-2014. - prof. dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović
2015-2016. - prof. dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović
2017-2018. - prof. dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović

Editors or Deputy editors:
1998-2006 - dr Ivana Stevanović (editor)
2006-2008 - dr Biljana Simeunović-Patić (editor)
2009-2012 - dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović (deputy editor)
2013-2014 - dr Sanja Ćopić (deputy editor)
2015-2016.- dr Sanja Ćopić (deputy editor)
2017-2018. - dr Sanja Ćopić (deputy editor)

Review editors:
2013-2016. – dr Nikola Petrović

Editorial Boards:
1998-2001 - dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, dr Ivana Stevanović, dr Branislava Knežić, dr Milan Škulić, dr Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić

2002-2004 - dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, dr Ivana Stevanović, dr Branislava Knežić, dr Milan Škulić, dr Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić, Msc. Ruth Jamieson (UK)

2005-2008 - dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, dr Ivana Stevanović, dr Nevena Petrušić, dr Nataša Mrvić-Petrović, dr Oliver Bačanović (Macedonia), dr Biljana Simeunović-Patić, Msc. Ruth Jamieson (UK)

2009-2012 - dr Nevena Petrušić, dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, dr Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić, dr Biljana Simeunović-Patić (until 2010), dr Sanja Ćopić, dr Jo-Anne Wemmers (Canada), Msc. Ruth Jamieson (UK), dr Oliver Bačanović (Macedonia), dr Jelena Srna (from 2011), Marina Kovačević-Lepojević (2010/2011), dr Nikola Petrović (from 2011)

2013-2014 - dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, dr Jelena Srna, dr Nevena Petrušić, dr Ivana Stevanović, dr Đorđe Alempijević, dr Sanja Ćopić, mr Ljiljana Stevković, Nikola M. Petrović, dr Oliver Bačanović, (Macedonia), dr Jo-Ann Wemmers (Canada), dr Sanja Milivojević (Australia)

2015-2016 - dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, dr Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić, dr Mirjana Dokmanović, dr Ivana Stevanović, dr Sanja Ćopić, dr Nikola M. Petrović, Msc. Ljiljana Stevković, dr Natalija Žunić, dr Oliver Bačanović (Macedonia), dr Jo-Ann Wemmers (Canada), dr Sanja Milivojević (Australia)

2017-2018. – dr Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović, dr Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić, dr Mirjana Dokmanović, dr Ivana Stevanović, dr Sanja Ćopić, dr Slađana Jovanović, dr Natalija Žunić, mr Ljiljana Stevković, dr Oliver Bačanović (Makedonija), dr Jo-Ann Wemmers (Kanada), dr Sanja Milivojević (Australija)

Advisory Boards:
1998-2001 - dr Živojin Aleksić, dr Nevena Petrušić, dr Uglješa Zvekić, dr Judith Armata (USA)

2002-2004 - dr Živojin Aleksić, dr Nevena Petrušić, dr Budimir Babović, dr Vojislav Đurđić

2004-2008 - dr Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić, dr Branislava Knežić, dr Slobodan Savić, dr Sanja Ćopić

2009-2012 - dr Nataša Mrvić-Petrović, dr Slobodan Savić, dr Ivana Stevanović, dr Branislava Knežić, dr Mirjana Dokmanović

Since 2009 honorary members of the Advisory Board were: dr Dušan Cotič (until 2012), dr Gerd Ferdinand Kirchhof (Germany, Japan, India) and dr Mark Groenhuijsen (The Netherlands)

2012-2014 - dr Nataša Mrvić-Petrović, dr Slobodan Savić, dr Slobodanka Konstantinović-Vilić, dr Slađana Jovanović, dr Saša Mijalković, dr Mirjana Dokmanović, dr Biljana Simeunović-Patić (Serbia), dr Joanna Shepland (UK), dr Alenka Šelih (Slovenia), dr Gorazd Meško (Slovenia), dr Nina Peršak (Belgium), dr Robert Peackok (South Africa), dr Sandra Walklate (UK), dr Robert Elias (USA), dr Ivo Aertsen (Belgium), dr Stephan Parmentier (Belgium), dr Jaishankar Karuppannan (India), dr Jan van Dijk (The Netherlands), dr Gail Mason (Australia), dr Estela Valverde (Australia), dr Michael Humphrey (Australia), dr Brandon Hamber (UK), dr Almir Maljević (Bosnia and Herzegovina), dr Basia Spalek (UK), dr Christa Pelikan (Austria), dr Antony Pemberton (The Netherlands), Msc. Ruth Jamieson (UK).

2014-2016 – prof. dr Nataša Mrvić-Petrović, Institute of Comparative Law and University Union, Serbia, prof. dr Slobodan Savić, University of Belgrade, Serbia, prof. dr Jelena Srna, retired full profesor of the University of Belgrade, Serbia, prof. dr Nevena Petrušić, University of Niš, Serbia, prof. dr Đorđe Alempijević, University of Belgrade, Serbia, prof. dr Tatjana Đurić-Kuzmanović, Higher School of Professional Business Studies, Serbia, prof. dr Slađana Jovanović, University Union, Serbia, prof. dr Saša Mijalković, The Academy of Criminalistics and Police Studies, Serbia, prof. dr Biljana Simeunović-Patić, The Academy of Criminalistics and Police Studies, Serbia, prof. dr Joanna Shepland, University of Sheffield (UK), prof. dr Alenka Šelih, professor emeritus of the University of Ljubljana and member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia, prof. dr Goražd Meško, University of Maribor, Slovenia, prof. dr Nina Peršak, University of Ghent (Belgium), prof. dr Robert Peackok, University of the Free State (South Africa), prof. dr Sandra Walklate, University of Liverpool (UK), prof. dr Robert Elias, University of San Francisco (USA), prof. dr Ivo Aertsen, Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), prof. dr Stephan Parmentier, Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), prof. dr Jaishankar Karuppannan, Raksha Shakti University (India), prof. dr Jan Van Dijk, Tilburg University (The Netherlands), dr Antony Pemberton, Tilburg University (The Netherlands), prof. dr Gail Mason, Sydney Law School (Australia), prof. dr Estela Valverde, Macquarie University (Australia), Prof. dr Michael Humphrey, University of Sydney (Australia), Prof. dr Brandon Hamber, International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE), Ulster Univeristy (UK), prof. dr Almir Maljević, University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), prof. dr Basia Spalek, Derby University (UK), dr Christa Pelikan, Institut für Rechts und Kriminalsoziologie - Institute for Criminology and Sociology of Law (Austria), Msc. Ruth Jamieson, retired professor of the Queen’s University (UK)

From 2017 prof. dr Slađana Jovanović is not a member of the Advisory Board since she was elected for the member of the Editorial Board, while prof. dr Goran Bašić, Linnaeus University (Sweden) was elected member of the Advisory Board.

Secretaries of the Editorial Board:
Marina Kovačević-Lepojević
Nikola Petrović
Ljiljana Stevković
 

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