CULTURAL TRANSFER EUROPE - SERBIA FROM THE 19TH TILL THE 21ST CENTURY - CTES
January 23 - "Digital databases of periodicals in Serbia and analysis of European cultural transfer" meeting (second part of the meeting Cultural transfer Europe-Serbia in the 19th century)
On Monday, January 23, starting at 11:00 a.m., a closed meeting on the topic of digital periodicals in Serbia and the analysis of European cultural transfer will be held in the Institute's Ballroom. The gathering is part of the project "Cultural transfer Europe-Serbia in the 19th century", which is implemented as part of the IDEAS program financed by the Science Fund of Serbia.
November 30 - Scientific gathering "Cultural transfer between Europe and Serbia in the 19th century"
The Institute for European Studies invites you to the scientific conference "Cultural transfer between Europe and Serbia in the 19th century". The meeting will be held on November 30, 2022, starting at 10:30 a.m. The conference program is available at the bottom of this news The project is implemented as part of the project "Cultural transfer Europe-Serbia from the 19th to the 21st century" The meeting will be held in the Ceremonial Hall of the Institute for European Studies, and the audience will be able to follow it through the Zoom application, with prior registration at the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lCfLEjF7R-qfHGhX-gwUJA
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At the time she got autonomous status in 1830, Serbia was not perceived as part of Europe. It is from then that they start in Serbia has two processes that are mutually exclusive connected, but not always overlapping. The first is Europeanization, i.e. adoption European customs, fashion, ideas and technology. The second is Occidentalization, that is, the procedure by which the European observers are gradually accepting Serbia as part of Europe
The opening of the Eastern Question is not for everyone seen as a threat. Entrepreneurs and merchants saw it as an opportunity for the expansion of its economic interest. Some of the studies from another half of the nineteenth century and the first the years of the twentieth century are exactly intended for public awareness opinions with economic potential newly created states
I read four obituaries for Madeleine Albright in different papers and each the part dealing with her role in Yugoslavia was written just like that as it would have been written in the 1990s or even in the 1980s. The vocabulary has not changed and the view of the peninsula has not changed. So, I would say that we are Maria Todorova and I made a difference, but in a narrow circle
Editor Slobodan G. Markovich, “A Reformer of Mankind. Dimitrije Mitrinovic between Cultural Utopianism and Social Activism”, ed. Slobodan G. Markovich, Belgrade: Zepter Book World – Faculty of Political Sciences, 2023.
A collection of works A Reformer of Mankind. Dimitrije Mitrinovic between Cultural Utopianism and Social Activism, edited by Prof. Slobodan G. Markovich, has been published. The publication was created within the project no. 7747152 Cultural Transfer Europe-Serbia from the 19th until the 21st Century – CTES, financed by the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia.
Editor Slobodan G. Markovich, „Cultural Transfer Europe-Serbia: Methodological Issues and Challenges“, ed. Slobodan G. Markovich, Belgrade: Faculty of Political Sciences – Dosije Studio, 2023.
In January 2022, a group of scholars from Belgrade was awarded a three-year grant by the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia within its programme IDEAS to do research on cultural transfer Europe-Serbia from the age of Josephinism (end of the 18th century) till the early 21st century. The group includes historians, anthropologists, political scientists, and philologists. In a bid to approach various methodological challenges in the analysis of culture transfer, an international hybrid conference was organised in Belgrade on April 2, 2022. The publication of this monograph has been realised trhough the Project No. 7747152, “Cultural Transfer Europe-Serbia from the 19th till the 21st Century – CTES” funded by the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia.