Fellowship programmes

Seminar With Oszkár‎ Roginer: “/self/perception of minorities and knowledge production”

“The research project proposed a comprehensive analysis of a structural flaw in the social sciences and humanities, which

Seminar with Andrey Menshikov: “Political emotions, religious feelings and human rights”

“In the aftermath of Pussy Riot punk prayer, a section on the freedom of conscience in the Russian

Seminar with Snežana Vesnić “Altered Time and Memory: Analog(y) of the Digital”

“My intention is to provide a new theoretical concept of the relation of analog/digital in order to then

Seminar with Guglielmo Feis: “Coding for Humanities”

“The talk takes a hands on practical approach to show how a little bit of familiarity with programming

Seminar with Sabino Paparella “About ‘e-selfing’: from self-branding to Quantified Self”

“Whether is considered under the bad aegis of ‘surveillance capitalism’s’ new-panopticism (Crary, 2013; Zuboff, 2019), or as the

Seminar with Dragana Kovačević Bielicki

Mapping the anti-migrant protests in Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina through their online media coverage (2015-present) “The

CAS SEE Fellowship Application: Spring/Summer 2020 – Autumn/Winter 2020-2021

Following the implementation of the previous generations of CAS SEE Fellows starting in 2014, CAS SEE is announcing

Fellowship application: Spring 2020 and Autumn 2020-2021

Call for the CAS SEE Fellowship programme in the 2020-2021 academic year is opened. Documents and information CAS

Open Doors Day at the Moise Palace

New academic year 2019/2020 Lecture by Bernard Stiegler and a roundtable October 1st, 2019 at 12.00 pm It