Archive for the ‘Croatia’ Category

  • Stećci – Medieval Tombstones Graveyards inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site

    on Jul 17, 16 • in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cultural heritage, Middle Ages, Montenegro, News, Serbia, UNESCO • with Comments Off

    Stećci near Novi Travnik

    Stećci, a type of Medieval Tombstones Graveyards (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia) are inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. This serial property combines 30 sites, located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, western Serbia, western Montenegro and central and southern Croatia, representing these cemeteries and regionally distinctive medieval tombstones, or stećci. The cemeteries, which date from the 12th to 16th centuries CE, are laid out in rows, as was the common custom in Europe from the Middle Ages. The stećci are mostly carved from limestone. They feature a wide range of decorative motifs and inscriptions that represent iconographic

    Read More »
  • MetArch conference 2015

    on Jul 24, 15 • in Archaeology, Conference, Croatia, Methodology, News • with Comments Off

    metarch_logo

    The 3rd scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry 2-4 December 2015, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences The scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry is being organised by the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences since 2013. The goal of the conference is to entice interdisciplinarity, critical thinking, new insights and approaches as well as new theoretical frameworks in contemporary archaeological science. Coverage of a wide spectrum of themes and scientific disciplines has resulted in papers and discussions that promote scientific issues in the fields of methodology, documentation and interpretation of

    Read More »
  • CfP - SIEF Congress’ Panel Zagreb 2015: Ethnographies of Urban Public Spaces

    on Jan 4, 15 • in Conference, Croatia, Ethnography, News • with Comments Off

    SIEF 2015

    Public space is the scene of urban everyday life. It is also an arena of/for urban conflicts illuminating social, cultural, economic and political tensions of contemporary world. The public space has been specifically threatened by the impact of neo-liberal economies. By the end of the last century the very “end of public space” has been questioned while the beginning of this century has brought to the fore global and local trends that reclaim public spaces thus signifying a change from almost dystopian course of reality of public spaces (privatization, surveillance, control) to ideas and actions of almost utopian inspiration (the right to the city,

    Read More »
  • Exhibition: Mediaeval gold and silver in the Archaeological museum in Zagreb

    on Nov 16, 14 • in Archaeology, Art, Croatia, Exhibition, Middle Ages, News • with Comments Off

    Mediaeval_gold_silver_Archaeological_museum_ Zagreb

    Organized by: Archaeological museum in Zagreb Venue:  Archaeological museum in Zagreb,  Trg N. Š. Zrinskog 19 , Zagreb Duration: November 20th, 2014. – February 15th, 2015. Author of the exhibition: Željko Demo Author of the display: Mario Beusan Technical realisation: the AMZ technicians Scope: 128 objects, 8 drawings, 30 boards with photographs Web: www.amz.hr Type: archaeological, temporary, travelling Users: all Subject: The exhibition project Mediaeval gold and silver in the Archaeological museum in Zagreb intends to present, display and interpret to the general public some selected objects of Croatian cultural and historical heritage kept at mediaeval collections of Croatian

    Read More »
  • Archaeologists Uncover 7,000-Year-Old Stone Age City In Croatia

    on Sep 16, 14 • in Archaeology, Croatia, Neolithic, News • with Comments Off

    Vinkovci 2

    Archaeologists in Croatia have unearthed what they say is the largest Stone Age city ever discovered in the region. The new find stretches for more than 100 thousand square meters, and it is believed to be roughly 7,000 years old. A research team led by Maja Krznaric Skrivanko and Hrvoje Vulic from Vinkovci Municipal Museum announced this week that they had discovered a previously unknown village that dates back to the fifth or fourth millennium BC. Speaking with JutarnjiList, the team said that the discovery lurked for millennia just a couple of feet below the

    Read More »
  • CfP: Movements, narratives, and landscapes. Zadar, 5-7 June 2015

    on Sep 1, 14 • in Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Conference, Croatia, Cultural heritage, Culture, Ethnography, Etnology, History, Management, News, Preservation, Prospecting, Religion, Restoration, Technology, Tourism, Tradition • with Comments Off

    Sveuciliste u Zadru_banner

    International and interdisciplinary conference MOVEMENTS, NARRATIVES, AND LANDSCAPES University of Zadar 5th-7th June 2015 Through the development of technology, the informatization of society and political, geographical and historical changes to borders, it often seems that (non)movements and (im)mobility have become the dominant processes in our lives. Scholarly work on these processes has shown the ways, in which the landscapes through which people, things and ideas move, are laden with stories about past lives, present experiences and future becoming. People not only use landscapes, they also talk about and fashion them through narratives in such a

    Read More »
Scroll to top
Get Adobe Flash player Plugin by wpburn.com wordpress themes