FRAMNAT is a four-year project financed by the Croatian Science Foundation. The project involves a dynamic team of young scholars with the common goal to develop innovative methodologies for cultural memory research and cognitive linguistics analysis. Top-down and bottom-up strategies of framing nations and collective identities will be analyzed through research of practices commemorating wars of 20th century in Croatia. The project will be carried out from July 2014 to July 2018.
Now in paperback Framnat edited volume/in NEWS /by Renato Stanković, doktorand
We are happy to announce that our volume Framing the Nation and Collective Identities: Political Rituals and Cultural Memory of the Twentieth-Century Traumas in Croatia. Edited By Vjeran Pavlaković and Davor Pauković is now available in paperback edition from the Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/Framing-the-Nation-and-Collective-Identities-Political-Rituals-and-Cultural/Pavlakovic-Paukovic/p/book/9780367670672
Digital Methods of Studying the Culture of Memory, Rijeka (Croatia)/in NEWS /by Renato Stanković, doktorand
From 8th to 9th March 2017 a workshop Digital Methods of Studying the Culture of Memory was held in Rijeka where display methods and analysis of post-conflict responsibilities and society’s dealing with the past are presented in the light of contemporary social and humanistic theories, culture of memory, empirical data, and innovative methods of digital […]
Sites of Suffering – the First phase of Holocaust in Serbia and Croatia, Belgrade (Serbia)/in NEWS /by Renato Stanković, doktorand
From 22nd to 24th February 2017 a three-day international seminar Sites of Suffering – the First phase of Holocaust in Serbia and Croatia was held in Belgrade. As part of the seminar five panels were presented: Historical Context, The Case of Serbia, Sites of Suffering in the Independent State of Croatia, Culture of Memory and […]