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PROJECT RASTKO
E-library of Serb Culture
Non-profit and non-governamental publishing, cultural and educational project dedicated to Serb arts and humanities
1997-2002.

President of the project
Zoran Stefanovic [e-mail]

Content production
Technologies-Publishing-Agency JANUS, Belgrade
in co-operation with
Scientific Society for Slavic Arts and Cultures, Belgrade

Technical production
Technologies-Publishing-Agency JANUS, Belgrade

The project was founded in September 1997 by Zoran Stefanovic


Regional centers

PROJECT RASTKO - BELGRADE
Main center

Established in september 1997. Officialy opened on day of St. Simeon-Nemanja, February 26, 1998.

Director
Dejan Ajdacic
[e-mail]

Executive team of Belgrade center:

Text and image processing
Nenad Petrovic

Logotype and symbol of the project
Zoran Stefanovic

Webmastering, programming
Mihailo Stefanovic
Milan Stojic

Design of the title page
Dusan Pavlic
Slobodan Miladinov

Designers
Nenad Petrovic
Marinko Lugonja
Rade Tovladijac
Dusan Bajski
Aleksej Grisin
et al.

PROJECT RASTKO -
TEMISOARA

E-library of culture and tradition of Serbs in Romania
[Belgrade mirror]

Established in September 1998.
Officialy opened on St.
Sava day, January 27, 1999.

Director
Dusan Bajski
[e-mail]

PROJECT RASTKO - CETINJE
E-library of culture and tradition of Montenegro
[Belgrade mirror]

Officially opened on St. Vasilije of Ostrog Day, May 13, 2000.

Director
Aleksandar Rakovic
[e-mail]

PROJECT RASTKO -
GRACANICA-PEC

E-library of culture and tradition of Kosovo and Metohia
[Belgrade mirror]

Established in March 24, 1999. as sub-library of main center. Officialy announced as regional center on Easter of 2000.

Director
Zoran Stefanovic
[e-mail]


PROJEKAT RASTKO - BOKA KOTORSKA

E-library of culture and tradition of Boka

Officially opened on Sts. Peter and Paul Day, July 12, 2001.

Director
Djordje Capin
[e-mail]


PROJEKAT RASTKO - BUDAPEST - SZENTENDRE
(Budimpesta - Sent Andreja)
E-library of culture and tradition of Serbs in Hungary and Hungaro-Serbian cultural ties

Officially opened on St. Maria Magdalina Day, August 4, 2001.

Director
Spomenka Stefanovic
[e-mail]


PROJECT RASTKO - KIEV - L'VOV
E
-library of Ukrainian-Serbian cultural ties

Officially opened September 12, 2001.

Director
Dejan Ajdacic
[e-mail]

 

 

PROJECT RASTKO - BULGARIA

E-library of Bulgaro-Serbian cultural ties


PROJECT RASTKO - BANJA LUKA
E
-library of culture and tradition of Bosnian Krajina

PROJECT RASTKO - SHKODER
E
-library of culture and tradition of Slavs in Albania and Albano-Slavic cultural ties

Partial sponsorship of all centers

Technologies-Publishing-Agency JANUS, Belgrade
MOBIS D. O. O., Belgrade

About Project Rastko
Internet Library of Serb Culture

 

"Project Rastko - Internet Library of Serb Culture" is non-profit and non-governmental publishing, cultural and educational project established in 1997 as a part of pan-regional Balkans Cultural Network Initiative. Main activities are: electronic publishing in the fields of Serb and Balkan arts and humanities; technical training; establishing sub-centres; scientific and cultural conferences and studies about Balkan cultural-civilizational integration; bilateral and multilateral activities with other Balkan countries - as it is described in establishing and constitutional acts of the Project.

So far there are active regional centres in:

  1. Belgrade (central project),
  2. Romania ("Project Rastko - Timisoara, e-library of culture and tradition of Serbs in Romania and Romanian-Serbian cultural ties", Belgrade mirror),
  3. Montenegro ("Project Rastko - Cetinje, e-library of culture and tradition of Montenegro"),
  4. Subproject for Kosovo and Metohia ("Project Rastko - Gracanica-Pec, e-library of culture and tradition of Kosovo and Metohia", Belgrade mirror),
  5. Boka Kotorska ("Project Rastko - Boka, e-library of culture and tradition of Boka Kotorska"),
  6. Hungary ("Project Rastko - Budapest-Szent-Andrea, e-library of culture and tradition of Serbs in Hungary and Hungaro-Serbian cultural ties"),
  7. Ukraina ("Project Rastko - Kiev-L'vov, e-library of Ukrainian-Serbian cultural ties").
  8. Bulgaria ("Project Rastko - Bulgaria, e-library of Bulgarian-Serbian cultural ties").
  9. Bosnian Krajina ("Project Rastko - Banja Luka, e-library of culture and tradition of Bosnian Krajina").
  10. Albania ("Project Rastko - Shkoder, e-library of culture and tradition of Slavs in Albania and Albano-Slavic cultural ties")

Every centre is independent and develops its projects and activities through local academic, cultural, media NGO-s and individuals, including strong co-operation with ethnic minorities' centres (future activities of Belgrade centre will include projects about Romanian, Albanian, Slovak, Jewish and Roma/Gypsy minorities in Serbia).

The central Internet site of Project Rastko (www.rastko.rs) is the most popular e-library in Serbia and Montenegro. Wide co-operation is established with academic centres and NGO-s in all regional countries (from Turkey to Slovenia), as well as with centres in USA, Poland, Russia, Italy...

Producers of Project Rastko - Belgrade
Academic coordinator: Scientific Society for Slavic Cultures and Arts, Belgrade, assisted by several scientific institutes, university centers, NGO-s and myriad of individuals.
Content and technical producer: Technologies, publishing and agency Janus, Belgrade.


Click here for index page of the articles and books of Project Rastko in foreign languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Romanian, Slovenian, Russian, Ukrainian...)

which presents just a small portion of material we published in our libraries. Therefore, if you are a Serbian speaker we strongly recommend you to visit Serbian index pages of each library where all articles and books are available both in Serbian Cyrillic and Serbian Latin alphabets.


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