Members of the Editorial Board of Forum Bosnae: Biographical details

Mile Babić

He studied at the Franciscan Theological College in Sarajevo, the Faculty of Theology and the Faculty of Philosophy in Innsbruck, the Catholic Faculty of Theology in Zagreb and the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. He gained his doctorate in theology in Zagreb, and graduated in the history of literature and gained his masters in philosophy in Sarajevo. Since 1977 he has taught at the Franciscan Theological College in Sarajevo. He is chief editor of the anthology Jukic and heads the Department of Interreligious Dialogue at the Franciscan Institute for the Culture of Peace. He has studied in depth the works of Teodoret of Cyrus, John Duns Scotus and G. W. F. Hegel.
His principal works are Himan Fil 2,6-11 u kristologiji Teodoreta Cirskog (Philippians 2, 6-11 in the Christology of Teodoret of Cyrus), Zagreb, 1990, and a study on John Duns Scotus' Tractatus de primo principio, Zagreb, 1997, pp. 301-401.

Rusmir Mahmutćehajić

Born 1948 in Stolac. Graduate of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Sarajevo, gained his master's degree and doctorate at Zagreb University, specialist studies at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste and post-doctoral studies at the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium. Has published more than a hundred professional and academic papers, including eight books, in his field of specialization. Also author of seventeen other prose works, political and philosophical essays, and of translations into Bosnian.

Žarko Papić

Born 14. 01. 1947 in Sarajevo. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, where he pursued his post-graduate studies and gained his doctorate. Has published ten books in the field of economics and the political system, 147 academic papers and more than 150 articles in professional journals and periodicals, both at home and abroad. He was an ambassador with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of SFR Yugoslavia, ambassador to the OECD and head of the permanent delegation of Yugoslavia to the OECD in Paris, and adviser to the OECD. Since 1992 he has been a visiting professor at the American University in Paris, and since 1996 has been senior adviser and director of IBHI (the Independent Bureau for Humanitarian Issues) in Sarajevo.