The journal Nicholai Studies is added to the doiSerbia Repository.

“Tucindan — the birthday of someone who is destined to wander around the world”

“Tucindan” — a Serbian traditional pre-holiday two days before Christmas, and here a wordplay which Velimirovich used: it could be rendered as “the day of wanderers.” In this manner, Bishop Nicholai dated a letter which he sent from Lakavana to Fr. Aleksa Todorović in Munich on January 5, 1952 — cf. CW, XIII, 687.

On the 140th anniversary of the birth of Nicholai Velimirovich, the first issue of the journal Nicholai Studies has been published. Both printed and digital copy of the first issue of Nicholai Studies are stored in the Repository of the National Library of Serbia.

The journal is available online as an open-access publication.

The next issue of the journal is scheduled for the second half of the year. The next issue will be published in English and Serbian.

We are happy to inform you that the first volume of the Nicholai Studies is ready for printing, and that it will be published next week.

We are very sorry to inform you that due to Covid–19 crisis the publishing of the first issue of Nicholai Studies will be postponed.

The website of the journal Nicholai Studies is launched. The first call for papers is sent to the authors. The deadline for submission of works for the first issue of Nicholai Studies, scheduled for June 2020, is April 1.

Test version of the website of the journal Nicholai Studies is launched.

After consultations, Srećko Petrović is elected as the editor of the journal Nicholai Studies. Preparation of the material for conceptualization and the website of the journal started. Nikola Vukosavljević is engaged for design of the webpage of the journal Nicholai Studies.

The first meeting of the members of the preliminary Editorial Board in Belgrade. Present: Aleksandar Đakovac, Vladimir Cvetković, Romilo Knežević, Srećko Petrović. The journal Nicholai Studies is founded.