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CAS Fellows Project Surgery Week at Moise Palace

Each generation of Fellows participates in one week’s stay at Moise Palace at Cres. The core activity during the stay is a program called “Project Surgeries”, which are essentially sessions of collective discussion on the paper or the project of each Fellow. This generation of Fellows Project Surgery Week took place from the 18th until the 24th of April.

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

CAS Fellows’ Project Surgery Week at Moise Palace kicked off with a day of rich and lively discussions. Zona Zarić questioned the relationship between different forms of democracy and gender (in)equality. Holger Kiik investigated the inclusion of epistemic values in the justification of democracy, and Tena Prelac examined local vulnerabilities and exposure to Russian illicit financial flows on the evidence from Croatia.

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

CAS Fellows’ Project Surgery Week at Moise Palace continued with fruitful debates and ideas exchange. Damir Arsenijević investigated waste colonialism as the continuation of war-time logic in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Gabriel Serbu examined a “vision” as one fundamental aspect characterizing the European tradition and its relation to “hermeneutical violence,” and Achille Zarlenga talked about the philosophy of frontiers and identity’s construction.

Thursday, April 21, 2022

The third day of CAS Fellows’ Project Surgery Week at Moise Palace combined research discussions and meeting with students of Balkan Route(s). Entangled Mobilities in Rijeka and Beyond Erasmus+ Student Exchange. Valerio Fabbrizi talked about the political and constitutional definition of populism, and Nikolina Židek examined the (ab)use of the European memory framework in contemporary Croatia’s memory politics.

Friday, April 22, 2022

CAS Fellows’ Project Surgery Week at Moise Palace continued with interesting talks and lively discussions. Paul Blamire investigated Christian supersessionism and political theology, and Alenka Ambrož examined the relationship between Jacques Derrida’s deconstruction and Edouard Glissant’s decolonial strategies.

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An education center of the University of Rijeka is five-hundred-year-old patrician townhouse and the largest Renaissance palace on the Croatian islands. A venue and forum for various scientific and research activities, it welcomes visiting academics, students

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