Snježana Prijić-Samaržija

European Forum – Cres: Dialogue on Regional Cooperation in Western Balkans

24. 6. 2021., 11am – 5pm CET

Moise Palace, Cres

European Forum – Cres is a platform for encounters among researchers in science and art, experts, decision-makers, representatives of institutions, civil society and economy, students, young people and the interested public, with the aim of discussing global and regional priorities which have been inadequately addressed in relevant institutional and public spaces.

The first dialogue taking place in the context of European Forum – Cres is dedicated to the establishment of coordinates for a new approach to cooperation among researchers and societies of Western Balkans/South East Europe, as articulated in the principles of the Berlin process, as well as in the Zagreb Declaration. This discussion on the framework and forms of scientific, cultural and wider social cooperation between Croatia and Serbia, is the foundation of the open academic dialogue and a necessary precondition for the conception of European Forum – Cres.

The participants of the first meeting of the European Forum – Cres are: Erhard Busek (Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe, Vienna, former Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Austria, Special Coordinator for the Stability Pact for South East Europe, and honorary professor of University of Rijeka), Vedran Džihić (Institute for International Affairs, University of Vienna), Hedvig Morvai (Erste Fundation, Vienna),Snježana Prijić Samaržija (University of Rijeka), Tvrtko Jakovina (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb), Hrvoje Klasić (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb), Vesna Pusić (former First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Croatia, member of parliament of Croatia), Rajko Grlić (University of Ohio), Bojan Glavašević (member of parliament of Croatia), Veran Matić (Samizdat, B-92, Belgrade), Ivan Vejvoda (Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna, and Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade), Petar Bojanić (CAS SEE, University of Rijeka and Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade), Gazela Pudar Draško (Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade) and Milivoj Bešlin (Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade), Dražen Prelec (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan).

Program of the “Equality and Citizenship 2021” Summer School

Summer School Equality and Citizenship

Summer school program and full schedule is available at the following link: Equality and Citizenship 2021

The Center for Advanced Studies Southeast Europe, the University of Rijeka, the University’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and its Department of Philosophy are organizing the seventh edition of their Summer School on Equality and Citizenship.

This Summer School does not reproduce the familiar educational format of a university course. Instead, it consists of several Author-Meets-Critics symposia dedicated to a prominent author’s publications and present research. Within the School’s model, the leading participants hold lectures on their latest work or recount a recently published book. After the academics partaking in the symposium have presented their papers responding to the principal authors’ research, the keynote speakers reply to their critiques and comments.

This year’s leading participants are:

Prof. Ingrid Robeyns, University of Utrecht

Dr. Collis Tahzib, University of Oxford

Dr. Ivan Cerovac, University of Rijeka

The Summer School pertains primarily to post-doctoral and doctoral researchers, who are invited to contribute to arguments by commenting and asking informed questions. Moreover, post-doctoral and doctoral students who have participated in the School’s previous editions are invited to propose presenting their articles at the symposia. Post-doctoral and doctoral students alone can obtain certificates of participation that describe their engagement at the Summer School.

This year’s Summer School will take place from July 12th to July 16th, 2021, via Zoom.

Information

Participation in the Summer School is free of charge. Active participants should provide their full name, affiliation, and their talk’s title by July 4th. They should also indicate in which Author-Meets-Critics symposium they wish to participate. It is possible to present a paper at more than one symposium. Passive participants can apply by providing their full name and affiliation by July 9th. Potential participants should send all applications by email to politicalphilosophy@cas.uniri.hr.

If you require any further details, please contact us at politicalphilosophy@cas.uniri.hr.

Updated information regarding the Summer School will soon be available at http://www.cas.uniri.hr/, on the Projects – Summer School Equality and Citizenship pages.

Summer School Directors

Elvio Baccarini, University of Rijeka

Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, University of Rijeka

Nebojša Zelič, University of Rijeka

Organization Board

Ivan Cerovac, University of Rijeka

Ana Gavran Miloš, University of Rijeka

Hana Samaržija, University of Zagreb

Viktor Ivanković, CEU Budapest

Kristina Lekić Barunćić, University of Rijeka

Andrea Mešanović, University of Rijeka

Program of the “Equality and Citizenship 2019” Summer School

The Center for Advanced Studies – South East Europe, the University of Rijeka, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Rijeka and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy are organizing the 6th edition of the Equality and Citizenship Summer School which will be held from July  10th to 14th, 2019 in Rijeka, Croatia.

The Summer school does not reproduce, in a diluted form, the familiar teaching format of a university course. Instead, it is organized around “Author-Meets-Critics” symposia that are dedicated to publications and works-in-progress by some distinguished authors. All the leading participants will give a paper on a topic on which they are currently working, or a précis of a recently published book. During the symposia dedicated to them, they will then reply to the papers given by the other scholars.

This year’s leading participants are:

Prof John Dunn, University of Cambridge

Prof Emanuela Ceva, University of Pavia

Prof Martin O’Neill, University of York

Prof Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, University of Rijeka

Download the Summer school program: Program_Equality and Citizenship_2019

The summer school is primarily aimed at attracting post-doc researchers and doctoral students. They are invited to apply with paper proposals for the symposia and send an abstract of no more than 2,500 characters by May 30th, 2019. Others who only want to contribute as audience members are invited to send their applications by June 10th, 2019. All applications should be sent to e-mail politicalphilosophy@cas.uniri.hr. All participants will receive a certificate of participation that describes the activities in which they have participated at the summer school.

For more information, see:
The accepted candidates must pay 125 € / 925 HRK participation fee by July 1st, 2019 on the following account:

Account Holder: Filozofski fakultet u Rijeci, Sveučilišna avenija 4, 51000 Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

Name of the Bank: Zagrebačka banka d.d. Zagreb, Paromlinska 2, 10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

SWIFT/BIC: ZABAHR2X

IBAN: HR9123600001101536455

“Za ljetnu školu političke filozofije” / for the Summer school of Political Philosophy

“Poziv na broj” / Reference Number: 0800010014

Organizers of the Summer school can cover scholarships for a limited number of participants, but a motivated request is needed.

1) Accommodation

Participants can book rooms in one of Rijeka’s Hostels, Hotels or Private Accomodation.

Hostels and Hostelry

Where to Stay

Private Accommodation

2) Further information

Useful information about the city of Rijeka can be found at: http://www.visitrijeka.eu/

If any further details are needed, please contact us at: politicalphilosophy(at)cas.uniri.hr

Updated information regarding the summer school will be available at the CAS SEE website.

Directors of the Summer school:

Prof Elvio Baccarini, University of Rijeka

Prof Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, University of Rijeka

Asst Prof Nebojša Zelič, University of Rijeka

Organization Board:

Dr Ivan Cerovac, University of Rijeka

Siba Harb, University of Leuven

Viktor Ivanković, CEU Budapest

Assoc Prof Luca Malatesti, University of Rijeka

Andrea Mešanović, University of Rijeka

Aleksandar Šušnjar, University of Rijeka


 

Towards a Harmony of Epistemic and Political Virtues: Seminar on Snježana Prijić-Samaržija’s “Democracy and Truth”

Belgrade, June 20, 2019 at 3.00 pm
Venue: Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (IFDT)

Address: Kraljice Natalije 45, 11000 Belgrade (4th Floor, Conference Room)

Snježana Prijić-Samaržija’s Democracy and Truth: The Conflict Between Political and Epistemic Virtues (2018) has a two-fold task. First, the book, generally speaking, aims to justify the application of epistemology to real-world situations in order to improve societal epistemic processes and the assessment of socially held beliefs. Second, and more specifically, the book grapples with a pertinent dilemma: when assessing social practices, institutions, and systems, should we sacrifice epistemic virtues for ethical and political virtues or vice versa? Prijić-Samaržija rejects this reasoning as a case of a false dilemma and offers a hybrid proposal which can satisfy, at the same time, political requirements and produce beliefs/judgments/decisions of high epistemic quality. She then argues that her preferred hybrid model – reliability democracy – has the highest likelihood of producing evaluations equally respectful of both values.

Participants: Petar Bojanić (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory), Igor Cvejić (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory), Vedran Džihić (Austrian Institute for International Affairs and University of Vienna, Institute for Political Sciences), Biljana Đorđević (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Sciences), Aleksandar Fatić (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory), Marjan Ivković (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory), Ivana Janković (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy), Marko Konjović (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory), Ivan Mladenović (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy), Srđan Prodanović (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory), Bojana Radovanović (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory), Smail Rapić (University of Wuppertal, Department of Philosophy) and Marko Luka Zubčić (University of Rijeka, Faculty of Philosophy)

Moderators: Marko Konjović (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory) Bojana Radovanović (University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory)

Snježana Prijić-Samaržija is currently the Rector of the University of Rijeka as well as a Full Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka. She received her BA Degree from the University of Belgrade, her Master Degree from the University of Ljubljana, and her PhD Degree from the University of Zagreb, all in philosophy. Prijić-Samaržija is the author of six books, such as: “Oko i svijet” [Eye and the World] (1995), “Društvo i spoznaja” [Society and Cognition] (2000), “Praktična etika” [Practical Ethics] (2007, with Elvio Baccarini), and “Antička i novovjekovna epistemologija” [Ancient and Modern Epistemology] (2011, with Ana Gavran Miloš). Her latest book is entitled Democracy and Truth: The Conflict Between Political and Epistemic Virtues (2018). Prijić-Samaržija also edited 13 books, published more than 70 papers, and translated several articles. Her main areas of academic interest are social philosophy, epistemology, applied ethics, and gender studies.


 

Agreement on academic cooperation between the University of Rijeka and the University of Regensburg

For the purposes of developing academic exchange and cooperation programs in both education an research, the University of Rijeka and the University of Regensburg (Germany) and its associated institute, Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg agreed upon cooperation on research and educational processes at both universities.

These activities will promote the exchange of students, faculty members, researchers and PhD students, cooperation in the visiting fellow program of the UNIRI CAS SEE, joint research activities and other forms of cooperation at both universities.

Prof. Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, Madam Rector at the University of Rijeka signed the Agreement on Academic Cooperation during the recent visit of Mr. Markus Söder, Minister President of Bavaria to Banski dvori, Zagreb, hosted by Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on May 2, 2019.

The operational part of the cooperation is to be conducted in lines of the strategic development goals of the University of Rijeka with the Leibniz-Institute for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg, Department of Cultural Studies at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Center for Advanced Studies Southeast Europe at the University of Rijeka.


Photo source: Central Government Portal (May 2, 2019)

 

(Re)building Progressive Thought for Common Europeanness in Central Eastern & Southeastern Europe

The ERSTE Foundation and the Center of Advanced Studies Southeast Europe, University of Rijeka invite you to

(Re)building Progressive Thought for Common Europeanness in Central Eastern & Southeastern Europe”

A Round Table Discussion and Presentation of the Southeast European Institute (SEI) initiative

Date: May 8, 2019

Venue: ERSTE Foundation, Am Belvedere 1, Vienna

Time: 17.30 – 19.30 (followed by reception)


The region of Southeast Europe today has fallen to one of the least advanced in Europe and one of the world leaders of brain drain. Unsecure and anxious environment encourages emigration of reproductive and capable layers of the population. SEE thus loses everything from its demographic to its social and intellectual potential for progressive change, leaving it ever more lagging behind the developed parts of the world. This regression is not only a result of socio-economic hardship, clientelism and captured state. We argue that it is also very much a consequence of a conservative, provincial political culture that is prone to authoritarianism and collective (nationalistic) hysteria that has for too long taken root. Progressive, pro-European thought is largely scattered and isolated. But this hardship is not a fate, not unchangeable.

There is a need for alternatives, future horizons that can overcome the current status quo with engaging for more democracy and new productive togetherness. Building up on the success story of the first Center of Advanced Studies (CAS SEE) in the region based in Rijeka, a new initiative emerged for establishing the “Southeast European (University) Institute”. It is aimed at innovation and academic excellence while also fostering cooperation, cultural exchange and broad engagement between the countries of the Western Balkans and wider Eastern and Southeast European region.

Together with a group of bright minds and on the eve of Timothy Snyders speech for Europe powered by ERSTE Foundation we invite you to discuss the potential of the academia to engage progressive civic society and new movements in Eastern and Southeastern Europe. How to act together for democracy and common Europeanness is the key question of the event. We offer a powerful tool of Southeast European Institute as poignant factor of joint action towards this common goal.


AGENDA

Moderated by

Hedvig Morvai, ERSTE Foundation & Vedran Dzihic, Austrian Institute for International Affairs; CAS SEE

17.30 Greeting by Boris Marte, ERSTE Foundation & Erhard Busek, Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe

17.45 A European issue: Progressive Thought and Academic Freedom in Eastern and Southeastern Europe on the Retreat?

Kick-off remarks by:

Kemal Nedzibovic, Europe-University, Flensburg

Bojan Baca, Ernst Mach Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for South East European Studies, University of Graz and University of Rijeka, CAS SEE

Nilay Kilinc, University of Surrey, UK and University of Rijeka, CAS SEE

followed by a round table discussion

18.45 Presentation of the Southeast European Institute initiative by CAS SEE

Snjezana Prijic-Samarzija, University Rijeka, CAS SEE

Sanja Bojanic University of Rijeka, CAS SEE

Gazela Pudar University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory

19.30 Reception


 

5 YEARS OF CAS SEE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF RIJEKA

The 5th anniversary of the Center for Advanced Studies – South East Europe at the University of Rijeka was held at the at the Rectorate’s Aula Magna on Monday, March 26, 2018.

On the occasion, Madam Rector, Prof. Snježana Prijić – Samaržja, Director od CAS SEE opened the event with presentation of the Center’s establishment course, its development vision and the present ventures. On behalf of Dr. Sanja Bojanić, Executive Director of CAS SEE, Kristina Smoljanovic, Project Associate gave a presentation on the Center’s functioning models, its accomplishments in numbers and also of its core strength – the Fellows of CAS SEE. Following this, the present 7th generation of Fellows introduced their academic backgrounds and ongoing research projects to be completed during their Spring/Summer residence at the University of Rijeka.

The event concluded with further discussions around a joint banquet with the modification of the afternoon program, Fellows and Associate Researchers Presentations at the newly established DeltaLab postponed to another date due to unforeseen weather circumstances which held the Trieste ESOF2020 delegation.

 

 

Call for Applications: The 5th Edition of the Equality and Citizenship Summer School

The Center for Advanced Studies – South East Europe, the University of Rijeka, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Rijeka and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy are organizing the 5th edition of the Equality and Citizenship Summer school from June 25th – 29th, 2018 in Rijeka, Croatia.

The Summer school does not reproduce, in a diluted form, the familiar teaching format of a university course. Instead, it is organized around “Author-Meets-Critics” symposia that are dedicated to publications and works-in-progress by some distinguished authors. All the leading participants will give a paper on a topic on which they are currently working, or a précis of a recently published book. During the symposia dedicated to them, they will then reply to the papers given by the other scholars.

This year’s leading participants are:

Prof Cecile Laborde, University of Oxford

Prof Julian Savulescu, University of Oxford

Prof Jonathan White, The London School of Economics and Political Science

Prof Lea Ypi, the London School of Economics and Political Science

The summer school is primarily aimed at attracting post-doc researchers and doctoral students. They can contribute to the discussion by commenting and asking questions, and in case they participated in earlier editions of the summer school, they are invited to apply with paper proposals for the symposia and send an abstract of no more than 2,500 characters by April 15th 2018. Other participants are invited to send their applications by May 15th 2018. All participants will receive a certificate of participation that describes the activities in which they have participated at the summer school.

Information :

1) Application and participation fees

To apply candidates should send their CV by e-mail to the address: politicalphilosophy@cas.uniri.hr

Organizers will reply within a week and inform the candidates whether they have been accepted as participants for Summer School “Equality and Citizenship”. Accepted candidates must pay 100 € / 750 HRK participation fee by June 10th, 2018 on the following account:

  • Account Holder: Filozofski fakultet u Rijeci, Sveučilišna avenija 4, 51000 Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia
  • Name of the Bank: Zagrebačka banka d.d. Zagreb, Paromlinska 2, 10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia
  • SWIFT/BIC: ZABAHR2X
  • IBAN: HR9123600001101536455
  • “Za ljetnu školu političke filozofije” / for the Summer school of Political Philosophy
  • “Poziv na broj” / Reference Number: 0800010014

Organizers of the Summer school can cover scholarships for a limited number of participants, but a motivated request is needed.

1) Accommodation

Participants can book rooms in one of Rijeka’s Hostels , Hotels or Private Accomodation.

2) Further information

Useful information about the city of Rijeka can be found at: http://www.visitrijeka.eu/

If any further details are needed, please contact us at: politicalphilosophy@cas.uniri.hr

Updated information regarding the summer school will be available at the CAS SEE website.

Directors of the Summer school:

Prof Elvio Baccarini, University of Rijeka

Prof Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, University of Rijeka

Asst Prof Nebojša Zelič, University of Rijeka

Organization Board:

Dr Ivan Cerovac, University of Rijeka

Siba Harb, University of Leuven

Viktor Ivanković, CEU Budapest

Assoc Prof Luca Malatesti, University of Rijeka

Andrea Mešanović, University of Rijeka

Aleksandar Šušnjar, University of Rijeka


FASHION WEEK WINTER 2017

Fashion Week is a seasonal showcase of the Sweet and Salt flagship, which is a part of a project Rijeka – European Capital of Culture 2020, presenting us with themes, concepts, works, plans and cooperative developments connected to the understanding and designing the future city through the context of Rijeka and the S&S territory. This year’s event took place 19th – 21st December at the DeltaLab, presently situated in the exIvex building, and its themes were the reinvention of Delta Hood and the introduction of the newly formed DeltaLab.

FW2017 kicked off with a Reinventions Live workshop which gathered architecture students, exIvex residents and Rijeka “creatives” for the task of reinventing the exIvex building by coupling the various unexpected potential users with a variety of non-physical contexts. In the second part of the day, Urbanist Platform provided the trip to Lipa Remembers museum and conversation with the exhibition authors and the curator, as well as the trip to the Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art and the conversations with the director and the author of the reconstruction.

The second day started with the opening of the exhibition and the presentations of Reinventions – Delta Hood, beginning with the thought-provoking results of the previous day’s workshop, which sparked off debates concerning the future developments of tourist, military, agricultural and administrative realities. The debates continued with the presentations of the outstanding student works, including the reinventions of exIvex, reinventions of ExportDrvo and the reinvention of Delta Beach. These were followed by the presentation of the “reinvention” of the two-week European architecture students assembly taking place in Rijeka in the summer of 2018 – Re:EASA.

After lunch, DeltaLab was introduced as the new center for urban reinvention, a  platform for research, education and policy development, and Vedran Mimica gave a lecture on Berlage Affairs, reminding us of what a vibrant alternative institution such a center could become. The day ended with the Understading the City roundtable, with Vedran Mimica, Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, Idis Turato, Mia Roth-Čerina, Dinko Peračić and Leo Modrčin discussing the possibilites, challenges, risks and reinventions of education on the contemporary and future urban issues, moderated by Luka Skansi and Nebojša Zelič.

The third day of FW2017 was reserved for discussing the themes and results of the Mare Monti project, an inquiry into the contrasts of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.

FW2017 ended buzzing with discussion about the futures, of DeltaLab, of the city of Rijeka, of the numerous concepts we once held as familiar which we now recognize to be in the state of strange transformation, of cities, of the planet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fashion Week Winter 2017

Fashion Week is the seasonal showcase of Sweet&Salt flagship, which is part of the Rijeka – European Capital of Culture 2020 project, presenting the themes, concepts, works, plans and cooperative developments connected to the understanding and designing the future city through the context of Rijeka and the S&S territory.
The themes of this year’s program are the reinventions of “Delta Hood”, the lower part of Delta, which will be presented and made open for discussion and rethinking through Exportdrvo building, exIvex and the Delta beach. DeltaLab – Center for Urban Reinvention, which just moved into new spaces of exIvex and is part of one such reinvention, is the other relevant focus of this year’s program.

PROGRAM

19.12.2017 @ EXIVEX & MMSU RIJEKA 

09:00 – 14:00   REINVENTIONS LIVE @ EXIVEX, Delta 5
Workshop with Youth Section of Society of Architects Rijeka, exIvex users and Rijeka’s “creatives” / Leaders: Gorana Stipeč Brlić, Ida Križaj Leko and Marko-Luka Zubčić

14:00 – 15:30   Break

15:30 – 19:00   URBANIST PLATFORM @ MMSU RIJEKA, Block Benčić

15.30 – 16:00   Gathering in front of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka / Block Benčić and departure with a bus

16:30 – 17:30   Visit to the Memorial center “Lipa Remembers” and a conversation with the exhibition authors and the curator / Damir Gamulin, Antun Sevšek and Vana Gović

17:30 – 18:00   Return to Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka

18:00 – 19:30   Visit to the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka and a conversation with the author of the reconstruction and the director / Dinko Peračić and Slaven Tolj


20.12.2017 @ EXIVEX

08:30 – 09:30   INTRO
Arrival and gathering of participants and guests, introductory mingling, the ”Reinventions – Delta Hood” exhbition and the manifestation opening

08:30 – 09:00   Arrival and introductory mingling

09:00 – 09:30   Introduction / Idis Turato and Snježana Prijić-Samaržija

09:30 – 12:30   PRESENTATIONS ”REINVENTIONS – DELTA HOOD”

09:30 – 10:45   BLOCK 1 / REINVENTION OF ExIVEX

09:30 – 10:30   REINVENTIONS LIVE
Presentations by the groups of the workshop results from the previous day / Leaders: Gorana Stipeč Brlić, Ida Križaj Leko and Marko-Luka Zubčić

10:30 – 10:45   REINVENTION OF EXIVEX / RAP3 @ AFZG
Mentors: Mateo Biluš, Vedran Duplančić and Zorana Protić / Students: Ivica Keršić, Ivana Lazar, Anja Štimac and Elena Tikvić / Acad. year: 2016./2017.

11:45 – 11:00   Break

11:00 – 12:00   BLOCK 2 / REINVENTION OF EXPORTDRVO

11:00 – 11:15   REINVENTIONS OF EXPORTDRVO / MA THESIS /
Mentor: Idis Turato / Graduates: Enia Kukoč and Nenad Štrbac / Acad. year: 2016.

11:15 – 12:00   ALTERNATIVE HOUSING / STUDIO 04 @ AFBG
Mentors: Idis Turato, Nataša Janković i Milena Delavić / Students: Sandra Draganić, Tamara Radović, Milša Nikolovski, Andrijana Kuzmanović, Dunja Krstić, Kristina Komlenić and Predrag Nedović / Acad. year: 2016/2017

12:00 – 12:30   BLOCK 3 / REINVENTION OF DELTA BEACH and Re:EASA 2018

12:00 – 12:15   RIJEKA’S PARASITE / RAP3 @ AFZG
Mentors: Mateo Biluš, Vedran Duplančić and Zorana Protić / Students: Robert Barbir, Nika Bralić, Ivana Brzović and Ivan Bulian / Akad.god.: 2016./2017.
* student award Piranesi 2017.

12:15 – 12:30   Re:EASA2018
Presentation of the two-week European architecture students assembly in the summer of 2018 / Matej Antolković, Alma Antončić, Dora Gorenak, Enia Kukoč, Bruno Lang- Kosić, Vana Pavlić, Filip Pračić and Tijana Škrivanek

12:30 – 13:30   LUNCH

13:30 – 14:30   ∆LAB – CENTER FOR URBAN REINVENTION
Presentation of the structure and the mission of the new study and research center
Presenting: Slaven Tolj and Emina Višnić / Idis Turato and Snježana Prijić-Samaržija

14:30 – 16:00   VEDRAN MIMICA: “BERLAGE AFFAIRS”

16:00 – 16:30   Break

16:30 – 18:30   RAZUMIJEVANJE GRADA
Roundtable on the reinvention of the contemporary education on the urban issues
Participating: Vedran Mimica, Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, Idis Turato, Mia Roth-Čerina, Dinko Peračić, Leo Modrčin
Moderators: Luka Skansi and Nebojša Zelič

18:30   Mingling


21.12.2017 @ EXIVEX  |  MARE MONTI / Contrasts of Primorje – Gorski Kotar County

10:00 – 14:00   PRESENTATIONS OF STUDENT WORKS
Presentations of student works from AFZG i TU WIEN and research project Mare Monti

10:00 – 11:30   BLOCK 1 / DEVELOPMENT SCENARIO, PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION
Students of AFZG i TU WIEN present sketches of program studies and development scenarios created during the research parts of their study / Workshop leaders: Christoph Luchsinger and Idis Turato / Guest critics: Adam Butigan, Mia Roth-Čerina, Ida Križaj Leko / Working language: English

11:30 – 12:00   Break

12:00 – 13:30   BLOCK 2 / PROJECT SOLUTIONS FOR LOCATIONS VOZ KRK AND PLATAK
Students of AFZG present projects created as a part of RAP 3 master study / Workshop leaders: Idis Turato and Maroje Mrduljaš / Guest critics: Adam Butigan, Mia Roth-Čerina and Ida Križaj Leko
Working language: Croatian


The event is part of the Sweet&Salt program, which is a part of the Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture project.
The lead project host of Sweet&Salt flagship and the organizer of Fashion Week Winter 2017 is Center for Advanced Studies – South East Europe, University of Rijeka.
The program is organized in cooperation with the program platform “Urbanist Platform”, Society of Architects Rijeka, Youth Section of the Society of Architects Rijeka and Institute of Spatial Administration of Primorje – Gorski Kotar County.
The partner of the project is Rijeka 2020 LLC.
The program is supported by the City of Rijeka, Ministry of Culture of Republic of Croatia and Primorje – Gorski Kotar County.