Jugoslav Pendić

Jugoslav Pendić

Position:Research trainee

Academic Rank: Research trainee in the field of social sciences and humanities - archeology

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He completed his studies in Belgrade, Philosophical faculty, department for Archaeology in 2016. Starting from 2005 he was intensively engaged with fieldwork in archaeology in both research and salvage sector. In 2015 he started providing consultancy services for major infrastructural projects, in domain of protection of cultural heritage in development-contested environments. During 2018 he became a part of ERC funded project Birth: Birth: births, mothers and babies: prehistoric fertility in the Balkans between 10000-5000 BC”. Was trained in use and deployment of encased ionizing radiation sources (pxrf, uCT). His interests and skills acquired during career are oriented towards several directions: remote and non-invasive survey, 3D scanning and visualization in protection and promotion of cultural and natural heritage, material sciences, GIS systems in archaeology and local (RS) and international legislations concerned with archaeological cultural property. Currently enrolled at PhD programme at the Philosophical faculty, Belgrade University, department of archaeology.




1. Porčić, Marko, Tamara Blagojević, Jugoslav Pendić, and Sofija Stefanović. “The Neolithic Demographic Transition in the Central Balkans: Population Dynamics Reconstruction Based on New Radiocarbon Evidence.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376, no. 1816 (2021): 20190712.
2. Porčić, Marko, Tamara Blagojević, Jugoslav Pendić, and Sofija Stefanović. “The Timing and Tempo of the Neolithic Expansion across the Central Balkans in the Light of the New Radiocarbon Evidence.” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 33 (2020): 102528.
3. Radivojević, Miljana, J Pendić, A Srejić, M Korać, C Davey, A Benzonelli, Marcos Martinon-Torres, Nikola Jovanović, and Ž Kamberović. “Experimental Design of the Cu-As-Sn Ternary Colour Diagram.” Journal of Archaeological Science 90 (2018): 106–19.
4. Stefanović, Sofija, Bojan Petrović, Marko Porčić, Kristina Penezić, Jugoslav Pendić, Vesna Dimitrijević, Ivana Živaljević, Sonja Vuković, Jelena Jovanović, and Sanja Kojić. “Bone Spoons for Prehistoric Babies: Detection of Human Teeth Marks on the Neolithic Artefacts from the Site Grad-Starčevo (Serbia).” PloS One 14, no. 12 (2019): e0225713.
5. Živaljević, Ivana, Vesna Dimitrijević, Jelena Jovanović, Tamara Blagojević, Jugoslav Pendić, Anđelka Putica, Viktorija Uzelac, Jelena Bulatović, Miloš Spasić, and Nenad Jončić. “Revealing the ‘Hidden’ Pannonian and Central Balkan Mesolithic: New Radiocarbon Evidence from Serbia.” Quaternary International, 2020.