Krel, Aleksandar: born 1968 in Belgrade. Since 2003 Research Associate at Ethnographical Institute of the SASA, Belgrade. 1993: BA in anthropology, Department of Ethnology and Anthropology at Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University (Kosher - Multifunctional System of Nutrition among Jews). 2003: MA in anthropology (Traditional Children's Games among Serbs in Tovaiševo in 20 th Century). 1995 - 1997: scientific research talent at Department of ethnology and anthropology, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade. 1998 - 1999: curator-anthropologist at Museum of the City of Novi Sad. 2001 - 2003: curator-anthropologist, curator of collection of textile household ware and apparatuses, Ethnographic Museum, Belgrade. Research interests: anthropological characteristics of traditional and contemporary children's games, ethnic identity, cultural characteristics of national and ethnic minorities in Serbia (Jews, Roma, Germans), social culture and communication, monographic research of human. Publications: Dečije igre (Children's Games), Etnološka biblioteka, knj. 13 (Ethnological Library, vol. 13), Beograd 2005; Od etnografskog ka antropološkom pristupu proučavanju dečjih igara u Srbiji ( From Ethnographic to Anthropological Research of Children’s Games in Serbia - Anthropology of Children’s Game in Serbia) in: Etnologija i antropologija: stanje i perspective, Zbornik etnografskog instituta SANU 21 (Ethnology and Anthropology: Contemporary Standings and Perspectives, Collection of Papers of the Ethnographical Institute, vol. 21), Beograd 2005; Razvoj ćurčijskog zanata u okviru cehovske organizacije u Novom Sadu (Development of Furrier Craft within Guild Organization in Novi Sad) , in Rad Muzeja Vojvodine 46 (Works of the Museum of Vojvodina, no. 46), Novi Sad 2005.
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