AUTHOR: Boris Stojkovski
The paper brings out first indications of Jewish presence on the medieval soil of Southern Hungary,even though these mentions in sources do not always clearly point out that the data on Jews relates to medieval southern Hungary. However, some assumptions in the written documents of medieval time can lead to theconclusion that, sporadically, there were smaller Jewish communities or individual presence of Jewish families in Srem (Syrmia) and maybe even in Banatwithin the turmoil of the epochs in the 16th century.
Faculty of Science and Faculty of Philosophy at University of Novi Sad, in cooperation with Archive of Vojvodina will publish a collection of scientific papers entitled “SYNAGOGUES AND JEWISH HERITAGE IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE” in June. The collection will include 18 scientific and professional papers on the topic of Jewish cultural heritage, which will be presented at a scientific conference that will be held at the end of June in the premises of Archive of Vojvodina. In order to bring it closer to the scientific and professional public, but also to all those interested in the topic of papers in the collection, we publish summaries of all scientific papers on the website of Archives of Vojvodina, which will be in printed and electronic version of the collection of papers in June. The research and preparation of the collection with the Archive of Vojvodina was assisted by the Provincial Secretariat for Higher Education and Scientific Research of the Government of Vojvodina, with the project number 142-451-3211 / 2020-03. The editors-in-chief of the collection in front of the scientific institution and the publishing institution are Dr. Rastislav Stojsavljević and Dr. Nebojša Kuzmanović.