Stojan Novaković

Stojan Novaković (Serbian Cyrillic: Стојан Новаковић; 1 November 1842 – 18 February 1915) was a Serbian historian, scholar, writer, literary critic, translator, politician and diplomat, holding the post of Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Serbia on two occasions, post of minister of education on three occasions, minister of interior on one occasion and leading the foremost liberal political party of that time in Serbia - Progressive Party. He was also one of the most successful and skilled Serbian diplomats, holding the post of envoy to Constantinople, Vienna and Saint Petersburg.

Noted intellecutal, Stojan Novaković was the president of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, head of the National Library and Serbian literary company, Professor at the Belgrade's Grande école, member of Serbian, Yugoslav and Russian academies. Stojan Novaković is considered the foremost Serbian historian of nineteenth century.

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Stojan Novaković - References and Further Reading
... Jovanović) Dimitrije Djordjevic, “Stojan Novaković ... Dimitrije Djordjević, “Stojan Novakovic”, Serbian Studies, North American Association for the Serbian Studies, Chicago, 1985–1986, pp 39–57 ... Samardžić, “Stojan Novaković”, in One Hundred Most Eminent Serbs, Belgrade, Princip 2004, pp ...