Doclean Academy of Sciences and Arts
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The Doclean Academy of Sciences and Arts (Montenegrin and Serbian: Dukljanska akademija nauka i umjetnosti, DANU / Дукљанска академија наука и уметности, ДАНУ; Latin Academia Dioclitiana Scientiarum et Artium) is a parallel scholars' academy in Montenegro. It is named after the medieval state of Duklja, a historical predecessor to modern Montenegrin state. DANU is one of two established academies in the country, other being the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts (CANU).
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The academy was created in 1998 by scholars who considered CANU to be dominantly influenced by Serbian nationalism and essentially a branch of SANU, and wanted to establish an independent Montenegrin academy instead.
DANU grants the following awards:
- Saint Vladimir of Duklja Award – awarded biannually for lifetime achievement
- Sclavorum Regnum Award – awarded for achievement in the sciences
- Lesendro Award – awarded for achievement in Montenegrin literature
- Njegoš Award – awarded for achievement within the Academy and in the promotion of Montenegrin sciences and arts
In 2015 DANU reportedly merged into the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts.
- Jevrem Brković, writer
- Božo Nikolić, engineer
- Zuvdija Hodžić, writer
- Radmila Vojvodić, playwright, director
- Dimitrije Popović, painter
- Radovan Radonjić, political scientist
- Radoje Pajović, historian
- Šerbo Rastoder, historian
- Boško Odalović, painter
- Rajko Todorović Todor, painter
- Mladen Lompar, writer
- Sreten Asanović, writer
- Blagota Mitrić, jurist
- Nebojša Vučinić, attorney
- Miodrag Perović, sculptor
- Sreten Perović, writer
- Vukić Pulević, biologist
- Danilo Radojević, historian of literature
- Branko Radojičić, geographer
- Božidar Šekularac, historian
- Vojislav Vulanović, writer
- Slobodan Backović, physicist
Former and deceased membersEdit
- "Predsjednik DANU Sreten Perović, počasni član Lipka - CdM". 30 March 2016.
- "Ode DANU u CANU". NOVOSTI (in Serbian). Retrieved 2021-01-27.