Ana Marinković

is teaching assistant at the Art History Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb since 2007, holding the courses on written sources for art history and iconography. She defended her MA theses (The Royal Chapel of King Coloman in the Monastery of St Mary in Zadar), supervised by Jozsef Laszlowszky and Neven Budak, at the Central European University in Budapest in 2001 and PhD theses (The Birth and the Agents of an Episcopal Civic Cult: St John of Trogir (12th-15th c.), supervised by Gábor Klaniczay, at the Central European University in 2013. She collaborates with the Department for Cultural Heritage Preservation (Croatian Ministry of Culture) and the Croatian Conservation Institute on several projects related to Dubrovnik architectural heritage (archival work). In the period 2002-2004 she conducted research in the Vatican Secret Archives for the project “Centre and Periphery: The Papal Penitentiary Registers and Central-Eastern Europe” (2002-2007, head of the project Gerhard Jaritz). During 1989-1999 she worked as a journalist, art critic, and cultural programme editor at the “Radio 101” (Zagreb).

A. Marinković was a team member on the projects “Figural Art in Dalmatia in the Late Middle Ages” (head of the project Igor Fisković) (2007-2013) and “Centre and Periphery: The Papal Penitentiary Registers and Central-Eastern Europe” (head of the project Gerhard Jaritz) (2002-2007). In 2003 she received doctoral research grant from the Central European University for research in Rome, affiliated to Università di Roma Tre, Department of History, Geography and Anthropology. She is a member of editorial board: Bibliotheca Hagiotheca (publications of Croatian Hagiography Society); actual president of the Croatian Hagiography Society “Hagiotheca”, member of the organising committee of “Dani Cvita Fiskovića” conferences; organization of conferences: Hagiotheca (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014); she is a member of Hagiography Society, Society of Croatian Art Historians; 1997-1999 member of the editorial board of the “Biblioteka Psefizma” at the Croatian Architects’ Association. A. Marinković’s research interests are church history, hagiography, urban history.