Dr Marijana Tomić is an Associate Professor and a Head of the Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia, and a Head of the Centre for Research in Glagolitism. She teaches courses in the theory and practice of information organization, cataloguing of old and rare books, book history, and digital humanities at undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. She is a (co)supervisor of final and doctoral theses. She is a member of the Section for the History of Books and Libraries of the Croatian Library Association. She is a chair of an interdisciplinary scientific project “Digitization, Bibliographic Description and Research of Texts Written on Glagolitic, Croatian Cyrillic, and Latin Scripts Until the End Of 19th Century in Zadar and Šibenik Area (Written Heritage)”, which is being carried out at the University of Zadar by the Department of Information Sciences in co-operation with Vestigia Manuscript Research Centre of the University of Graz, Austria, and is available at the portals Pisana baština and GlagoLab. She was involved in the five-year project “Production, Publishing, and Maintaining National Cataloguing Rules: 2014-2018”. She is participating in several scientific projects, including “Linguistic, Palaeographic, and Codicological Analysis of Fragments of the Collection of Ivan Berčić of Zadar Provenance in Virtual Research Environment” (IP.01.2021.22) and “Protection of Zadar Cultural Heritage From the Negative Impact of Microorganisms” (IP-2021-01) and ERASMUS+ project “We Are All Together to Raise Awareness of Cultural Heritage” (WAAT). She is a recipient of the CLA award Eva Verona which is presented to the best young LIS professionals (2010), the award for the best study of Croatian Renaissance heritage published in a scientific monograph (2014), and the award of Rector of the University of Zadar (2019).
CV updated on 2022-10-01.