Founded in 1950 in Sarajevo.
Its tasks are:
The institute publishes the Prilozi za orijentalnu filologiju (“Contributions for the Oriental philology”) magazine, since 1950.
Established in 1950
It trains historians and history teachers.
Founded in 1958 in Sarajevo under the name of Institut za istoriju radničkog pokreta (“The Institute for Historyof the Working Movement”). In 1973 it changed the name into Institut za istoriju.
Since 1965, it has been publishing the professional magazine Prilozi (“The Contributions”). It does not exclusively promote the Bosniak national identity, but does study all the peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina and by that the history of the Bosniaks as well.
Founded in 1966 as the continuation of the Naučno društvo (Scientific Society), which had been established in 1952.
The Academy has no separate history section, but in its work also deals with history.
Founded in Sarajevo in 1982.
It published the journal Sveske (“Notebooks”), and dealt with national questions in Bosnia and Herzegovina in general, not exclusively with Bosniak national identity. It was discontinued.
Founded in 1993 at the University of Sarajevo, and studying war crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina committed during the 1990s.
Established in 1945.
Today it works as Historijski muzej Bosne i Hercegovine (Museum of History of Bosnia and Herzegovina).
It was founded by Adil Zulfikarpašić – a prominent Bosnian émigré during communism, who promoted the Bosniak identity in Zurich in 1988 and moved to Sarajevo in 1991. It is a cultural and scientific institution, hosting also a museum.
Established in 1946 and operational until 1992. It used to publish the journal “Godišnjak” (“Yearbook”) magazine.