15 November 2018 - NEW PUBLICATION -
KA evropskom društvu : ograničenja i perspektive : zbornici / [urednici Lilijana Čičkarić, Aleksandar Bošković]. - Beograd : Institut društvenih nauka, 2018
02 October 2018 - NEW PUBLICATION -
Slepe ulice istorije : elita, (dis)kontinuitet i legitimitet / Neven Cvetićanin. - Beograd : Institut društvenih nauka : Arhipelag, 2018
ISBN 978-86-7093-209-8 (IDN)
ISBN 978-86-523-0268-0 (Arhipelag)
13 August 2018. – NEW PUBLICATION -
Ka boljoj demografskoj budućnosti Srbije (Towards Better Demographic Future of Serbia) / editor Vladimir S. Kostic, Slavica Đukic Dejanovic, Mirjana Raševic. - Belgrade: Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts: Institute of Social Sciences, 2018
23. July 2018.
Dr Natalija Mićunović, research associate at Institute of Social Sciences, gave a lecture "European Periphery in Global Cultural Context" at the 25th World Congress of International Political Science Association "Borders and Margins" in Brisbane, Australia.
Social Culture : reevaluating the Paradigm / Ljubomir Hristić. - Belgrade : Institute of social sciences, 2018
10 July 1957The Institute of Social Sciences established.
- Departments of economic sciences, sociology, history sciences and political and legal sciences formed.
1958. - 1965.Graduate school of social sciences operated within the ISS.
1961.Department of Philosophy established.
1962.Centre for Demographic Research founded.
1963.Journal Stanovništvo launched .
- Centre for the Research of Public Opinion established.
1969.Department of History Sciences becomes the Institute of Contemporary History.
1977.ISS founder’s right assumed by the Government of the Republic of Serbia.
1981.The Institute joins the University of Belgrade.
- Centre for Philosophy and Social Theory established.
1992.Centre for Philosophy and Social Theory becomes independent.
1998.ISS excluded from the University.
2014.Procedure initiated for rejoining the University of Belgrade.
2016.Resource Centre for Research Support established;
- Centre for Philosophy established;
- Group for Anthropological Research formed within the Centre for Sociological Research.