PhD, MA, Bowling Green State University
BA, Andrews University
John Jovan Markovic is an Associate Professor of Modern European and Church History at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. He joined the faculty in 1990.
Born in Serbia, in former Yugoslavia, Markovic earned a bachelor's degree in theology and history and graduated with honors in 1982 from Andrews University. In 1986 he received a master's degree and in 1990, received his doctorate degree from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH. His dissertation was on the radicalization and socialization of the Russian radical youth in pre-revolutionary Russia.
Prior to assuming his current position, Markovic taught at Bowling Green State University and University of Toledo in Ohio.
He has attended several seminars and institutes in such places as St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia; Washington, D.C.; Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; and Oxford University, England.
Markovic's research and publications are currently focused on the history of ideas, the history of anti-Semitism and Christian theology, the history of Jewish-Christian relations, and Church history. He is currently working on a book to be entitled, Church, Synagogue and State.
He is a member of the American Historical Association, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Phi Alpha Theta, North American Society for Serbian Studies, Association of Seventh-day Adventist Historians, Association of Adventist Forums, and Conference on Faith and History.
He is married to Vesna Markovic. They have a son, John-Philip, and a daughter, Christianna. They also have a family cat named Mango.
Articles and Book Chapters (Scholarly):
Markovic, John. “Lover or Seducer” in Adventist Review (Jun 27, 2013): 18-21.
Markovic, John. “The Emergence Narrative of the Atonement,” at the ATS Symposium, Loma Linda, CA, April 19-21, 2013.