Marina Miladinov

Marina Miladinov is lecturer of Church history and Latin at the Theological Faculty “Matthias Flacius Illyricus” in Zagreb. She is also one of the founding members and president of Hagiotheca—Croatian Hagiography Society and a free-lance translator in the fields of religious studies, arts, and humanities. Her interests reside in hagiography and the Reformation critique of the veneration of saints. Her recent publications include Margins of Solitude: Eremitism in Central Europe between East and West (2008), “Reformation Writings as Hagiographic Sources: Matthias Flacius Illyricus and Peter Paul Vergerius the Younger” (2008), “Coluistis deos alienos: Biblical Arguments of the Early Protestant Reformers against the Veneration of Saints and Images” (2008), and “Flacius and the Hussite Legacy: The Confessio Waldensium from 1558” (2009).

Translated by Marina Miladinov

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