Nova etnografija

Nova etnografija

“Nova etnografija” is perceived as a book series for the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, whose primary purpose is the production of quality Masters and Doctoral works on different themes in the disciplines of ethnology, anthropology, ethnography and folklore studies. For the moment, a small number of publications have been produced on wide variety of themes related to the ones that the staff at the Institute are engaged in, which as well follow the most up to date trends in world academic research. The intention of the team is also to translate and publish particularly valuable academic works from abroad, which up until now have not been available in Croatian for either a professional readership or for general interest.

Editors: Naila Ceribašić, Renata Jambrešić Kirin, Maja Pasarić 

FEMINISMS IN A TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE, 2021: “Beyond the Ruins of Capitalism”

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.

Lecture, Charles Wolfe: LEARNing the City in Transformative Times

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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May 27, 2021 05:30 PM CEST Europe/Zagreb
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Workshop with Daniel Leech-Wilkinson

Over the past six decades, the way that classical scores are performed has grown increasingly homogenised. We make the case for allowing performances to be much less uniform and performers much more creative. [Challenging Performance] Last week (May...

“Elektroton Catalogue no. 3” published

As of today, another Elektroton sales catalogue is available on our webiste! Elektroton Catalogue no. 3 (with the appendix sheet) is currently stored in the fund of the Law Office of Milan Dečak in the State Archives in Zagreb (HR-DAZG-93). A copy of...

Sales catalogue “Jugoton 1950” published

We are grateful to Mr. Suan Pan, who is known by this name on the internet portals related to domestic record production at 78 rpm, for giving us a scanned copy of Jugoton's catalogue of gramophone records from 1950: Jugoton 1950. With his...

Tribina IEF-a, 22. veljače 2021. Katarina Peović: Nejednaki razvoj i migracije

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