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Dr Danijel Džino is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Ancient History. He completed his BA (Hons) (1997-2000), MA (2001) and PhD (2002-2005) in Classics at the University of Adelaide. He was a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide (2006-2009) until moving to Macquarie University to start work on his ARC postdoctoral grant (2010-2014).

As Croatian himself, Dr Džino is involved in different projects with scholars in Croatia - currently he is partner-investigator on the project PZS-2019-02-1624 GLOHUM – Global Humanisms: New Perspectives on the Middle Ages (300-1600), financed by Croatian Science Foundation until 2023, led by Prof. Miljenko Jurković from University of Zagreb and Prof. Zrinka Stahuljak from UCLA. He also maintains active collaboration with the Centre for Croatian Studies at Macquarie University, including co-editorship of the journal Croatian Studies Review.

Dr Džino also participates in the Project Varvaria-Breberium-Bribir. The excavations are conducted by Macquarie University at the site Bribirska glavica near Skradin in Croatia in partnership with the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments (Muzej Hrvatskih arheoloških spomenika), from Split, Šibenik City Museum and Theologiske Meninghsfakultat from Oslo.

Dr Džino is co-course coordinator for the units AHIS1301: World Archaeology, AHIS2040: Greek Religion and CRO1008: Croatian History and Civilisation.

Research interests

The research interests of Dr Džino are focused on archaeology and history of ancient and early medieval Illyricum, which roughly corresponds with the western and central regions of the Balkan peninsula, the modern countries of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Serbia and Slovenia, and the surrounding regions. He supervised (or currently supervise) PhD and MRes theses on: ancient Liburnia, ancient Greeks in the Adriatic, identity of Roman legionaries in Dalmatia, early medieval Slavs and Avars, early medieval Anglo-Saxon cemeteries, etc.

Education/Academic qualification

Ancient history, Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Adelaide


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