Henrik Barić

Henrik Barić (21 January 1888 – 3 April 1957) was a Croatian linguist and Albanologist.


Henrik Barić was born on 21 January 1888 in Dubrovnik in a poor clerical family.[1] He was a Professor in the University of Belgrade during the interwar period, and in the newly established University of Sarajevo during the 1950s.[2][3] Barić was the director of the Institute of Balkan Studies and the founder of the Archives for Albanian Antiquity, Language and Ethnology.[4]

He died on 3 April 1957 at the age of 69 in Belgrade.[1]


  • Barić, Henrik (1955). Hymje në historinë e gjuhës shqipe. Prishtinë.


  1. ^ a b Pudić, Ivan (1956). "In Memoriam Henriku Bariću". Godišnjak Centra Za Balkanološka Ispitivanja (in Serbian) (1): 1–6. ISSN 0350-0020.
  2. ^ Sebeok, Thomas Albert (1963). Current Trends in Linguistics: Soviet and East European linguistics. Mouton. p. 569.
  3. ^ Elsie, Robert (2015). The Tribes of Albania: History, Society and Culture. Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 142. ISBN 978-0-85772-586-8.
  4. ^ Australian Slavonic and East European Studies: Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Slavists' Association and of the Australasian Association for the Study of the Socialist Countries. Department of Russian and Language Studies, University of Melbourne. 1990. p. 225.