Prvobitni sajt NBCG:


Promotion of the bio-bibliography of prof. Dr. Jevrem Bjelica, as well as of the collected works of the late professor Bjelica, will be held in Cetinje on Thursday, March 14, at 6pm, at the premises of the National Library of Montenegro “Đurđe Crnojević”, which is also the publisher of this edition.

The author of bio-bibliography Petar Krivokapić, prof. dr Tatjana Jovović, publicist Branko Koprivica and writer Marijan Miljić will speak about the work of professor Bjelica (1933-2012).

Bio-bibliography describes the life path of Professor Bjelica and his legacy: an essayist approach to classics of Russian literature, 44 Russian and Soviet writers, published in seven books - studies, as well as in numerous journals. The biggest part of this book is composed of detailed bibliography, annexes and registers.

Prof. Jovović, who teaches at the Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Faculty of Philology in Nikšić, will give an insight into the monographs of essays on the Russian literature by Jevrem Bjelica - Essays on the Russian Literature of the XIX century and the Russian Literature of the XX century (volume 1 and volume 2). She compiled the monographs published by the Institute for Textbook Publishing and Teaching Aids from Podgorica.

The word is about literary criticism that was created in the period from 1983 to 2012. In terms of scope and range of interests unique in Russian studies publishing in Montenegro, Professor Bjelica, in addition to literary criticism and scientific work, was also engaged in translation work from Russian, Czech, Macedonian and Slovenian.

He was a member and president of the Applied Linguistics Association of Montenegro, a member of the Association of Writers of Montenegro and a recipient of numerous prestigious awards and recognitions, among which are: Order of Labour with Silver Wreath, Order of Merit to the People with Silver Rays, Safety Plaque… He was a student of a generation in Slavic studies at the Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. He worked in the State Security Administration, but he also taught Russian language at the University of Montenegro for 25 years. At the Lomonosov University he received his doctorate on the subject “Soviet Poetry in the mid-1950s”.