Entries by Renato Stanković, doktorand

Now in paperback Framnat edited volume

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

Collective memory; ”4th Centre for Advanced Studies SEE International Conference”, Rijeka (Croatia)

From 26th to 28th May 2016 a 4th CAS SEE International Conference was held in Rijeka, on topic Institutions in Action: The Nature and the Role of Institutions in the Real World. Over 70 scientists and researchers participated whose field of work is studying the significance of impact of political, social, economic, and legal institutions […]

Researching the Bleiburg Commemoration: Epistemology, Ontology and the Future; ”Bleiburg and beyond. Transnational approaches towards memory politics and commemorative practices”, Graz (Austria)

On 13th May 2016 a workshop Bleiburg & Beyond. Transnational Approaches Towards Memory Politics and Commemorative Practices was held in Graz. A purpose was to present first results of the joint research project Transnational Cultures of Bleiburg Remembrance in Austria and Croatia by the Centre for Southeast European Studies at the University of Graz and […]

”Digital Humanities Workshop”, Rijeka (Hrvatska)

The workshop on Digital Humanities was held in the lecture hall of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, from March 17th to March 18th 2016. Twenty-five people participated in the workshop and discussed following topics ”A short introduction to Digital Humanities”, ”Digital Humanities and the role od text”, ”Introduction to Data Visualization: trends, tools […]

”Methodology in Social Sciences” workshop, Rijeka (Croatia)

On the 2nd of December 2015, a ”Methodology in Social Sciences” workshop was held at the Cultural Studies Department (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences). About 20 people participated in the workshop, and the topics were: research design, quantitative methods, interviews, opservations, focus groups, qualitative methods, ethics. The leaders of the workshop were Ivan Sokolić, […]