Title: Assistant professor
Marina Zgrablić was born in Pula in 1978. She graduated History at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, and earned her PhD degree in History on The Cult of the Saints in Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages at the same Faculty in 2015. From december 2008 she is employed as teaching assistent at Juraj Dobrila University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of History were she teaches Economic history of the ancient world, Apennine peninsula in the Middle Ages and History of Christianization. Her main research interests are the religious and cultural transformations between Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages.
Hagiographic tradition of Istria and material traces of martyrs' worshiping in the Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages
The rural landscape in Istria between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: changes in the context of Christianization
Historical and Topographical Aspects of Christianization of the Ager of Colonia Pola in Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages (4th–6th centuries)
Settlements, churches and bishops in Istria between antiquity and early middle ages: the example of Pula Diocese