Tag: conferences

The 4th Slovene Dialectology Conference (CDC 4)

Tjaša Jakop participated in the 4th Slovene Dialectology Conference (Sln. 4. Slovenski dialektološki posvet), which was held as part of Ramovš Week (Sln. Ramovšev teden) on Thursday and Friday, September 22-23, 2022, in the Prešeren Hall of SAZU (Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts) at Novi trg 4 in Ljubljana. The conference presented the work…
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19. 10. 2022 0

Critical Heritage Studies: Central European Perspectives

Since the founding of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS) in the early 2010s, various local or thematic networks have emerged around the world to promote new ways of addressing what is understood as heritage. Central Europe has been somewhat neglected in these discussions. The conference Critical Heritage Studies: Central European Perspectives (6-7 October…
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15. 10. 2022 0

Heritage of Alpine cheeses

On October 3, 2022, Špela Ledinek Lozej participated in the Round Table on Alpine Cheese at the 12th Annual Conference of the European Farmhouse and Artisan Cheese and Dairy Producers European Network in Bohinjska Bistrica (Slovenia), dedicated to the past and future of Alpine cheese production. Together with Maurizio Tondolo from the Ecomuseum in Gumin/Gemona…
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04. 10. 2022 0

International Conference “Religion, Cultural Heritage, and Social Change in Central-Eastern Europe”

Organised by Charles University in Prague, the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and supported by the SIEF Working Group on Cultural Heritage and Property, the conference “Religion, Cultural Heritage and Social Change in Central and Eastern Europe” took place in Warsaw on 4–5 July 2022. In addition to the…
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15. 07. 2022 0

Symposium “Experiencing Climate and Environmental Changes in and Beyond Europe”

The Experiencing Climate and Environmental Changes in and Beyond Europe symposium took place from May 5th – 7th in ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenia and was organised by Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU) and Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. The symposium explored how environmental and climate changes and…
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23. 05. 2022 0

2021 SIEF Congress – Breaking the rules

This year’s congress of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF) was characterized by the challenging but also often rewarding online format. More than 1000 delegates simoultaneously used Zoom and Whova platform with many innovative formats – panel on Symbiotic living: human-microbial relations in everyday life with a workshop on sourdough baking and cheese fermentation is…
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01. 07. 2021 0

Thematic conference of International Geographic Union – Heritage Geographies: Politics, Uses and Governance of the Past

On 27 and 28 May 2021, the University of Salento in Lecce, Italy, hosted a thematic virtual regional conference of International Geographical Union entitled Heritage Geography: Policies, Use and Governance in the Past. It was scheduled to be live in 2020, but its staging was prevented by the outbreak of a COVID-19 global pandemic. Papers…
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31. 05. 2021 0

Appropriation of musical cultural heritage for ideological purposes

The Institute of Ethnomusicology ZRC SAZU organized an online lecture by Matej Santi, a native of Trieste who studied violin and musicology in Trieste, Klagenfurt and Vienna. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Music and Performing Arts of Vienna, where he is involved in the research project Telling Sounds. His main research…
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12. 05. 2021 0

Panel at IUAES: Living off and with Heritage on the Coast

Nataša Rogelja, Martina Bofulin (both ZRC SAZU) and Nicolas Bautes (French Institute Pondicherry) have convened a panel “The Tides of Change: Living off and with Heritage on the Coast” at the biannual virtual conference of IUAES (International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences) that addressed the role of heritagization amid coastal transformations. Initially, researchers from…
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17. 03. 2021 0

Thematic workshop “Chinese among others in Europe”

On the 16th of October 2020, a thematic workshop on changing Chinese ethnic relations in Europe was organized by Fanni Beck from Central European University in Budapest and Pál Nyiri from Free University Amsterdam titled “Chinese among others in Europe: Ethnic Relations Amidst Shifting Migrations, Geopolitics, and Pandemics.” The workshop is part of the project CHERN…
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04. 11. 2020 0