Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research and the project Narrating Fear, funded by the Croatian Science Foundation, are co-organizing the 14th course "Feminisms in a Transnational Perspective" (24-28 May 2021), at the Interuniversity Centre Dubrovnik, this time in online format. The seminar program entitled "Beyond the Ruins of Capitalism" focuses not only on tectonic disturbances, fears and threats that shake neoliberal societies but also questions possible ways for feminist action and thinking for radical change.
The future of our cities and the urban life has become more hotly debated than ever in the wake of the huge upheaval brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. Terms such as authenticity, culture, character, and uniqueness are thrown around in discussions about the kind of urban environments we want to live in. But what do they really mean?
Charles Wolfe will address his new book with Tigran Haas, Sustaining a City’s Culture and Character, which explores how we can understand and respond sensitively, thoughtfully and creatively to the individual needs of each public place, neighbourhood, or city, creating an urban world that is distinctive and desirable to live in.
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Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku i projekt Hrvatske zaklade za znanost
Transformacija rada u posttranzicijskoj Hrvatskoj (TRANSWORK) pozivaju vas na predavanje
dr. sc. KATARINE PEOVIĆ
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Željama za brzu obnovu kuća, sakralnih i kulturnih objekata na stradalim područjima Banovine i Pokuplja, kao i za dostojan život svih njihovih stanovnika, pridružujemo se kratkim pregledom istraživanja i folklorne građe dostupne u Dokumentaciji Instituta za etnologiju i folkloristiku.
Scholars from fourteen countries presented their work at the sixth symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe that took place in the town of Sinj in Croatia in April 2018. This publication presents a full record of that Study Group’s biennial symposium. Twelve presenters did not submit their articles; their participation in the event is recognised by the inclusion of their original abstracts. Two panels are documented by three articles and one abstract, while the remaining abstracts are grouped at the end of this volume.
We invite authors from a variety of humanities and social science disciplines and settings to address these issues for the thematic issue of the Narodna umjetnost journal entitled COVID-19: A view from the humanities. The submissions should contribute to problematizing and reflecting on the possible avenues of research of the pandemic threat (theoretical, methodological, epistemological […]
Autorica: Sanja Đurin
Knjiga “'Hrvati su brend u Čileu': diskursi uspješnosti i pripadanja" bavi se do sad nedovoljno istraženim aspektom hrvatskoga iseljeništva kao društveno i ekonomski veoma uspješne populacije, rasvjetljujući uzroke njihova uspinjanja na klasnoj ljestvici tijekom naseljavanja te unutar različitih rasnih, klasnih i nacionalnih politika države Čile.
The Second Summer School in Migration (schoolmigration.ief.hr) explores the analytical potential of critical migration and border regime studies in the context of the EU periphery or more precisely in the context of research of/along the co-called Balkan route.