Centre for Theory of History - Forum

FORUM
Conceived of as the primary avenue of communication with both specialists and the general public, the CTH Forum represents a dynamic platform which hosts lectures, discussions about new publications and other activities dedicated to the promotion of theoretical thinking, as to the encouragement of interdisciplinary dialogue within Serbian academia.

December 2018
  • “What Has Said Done for (Ancient) Archaeology... in Serbia?!” – Assist. Prof. Dr Vladimir D. Mihajlović, Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad; discussion moderated by Assist. Prof. Dr Monika Milosavljević, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade (lecture series Edward Said and Orientalism 1978 - 2003 - 2018)

  • “The Orient in Europe: Edward Said and Balkan Studies” – Anja Nikolić, Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Dušan Fundić, Institute for Balkan Studies, Belgrade (lecture series Edward Said and Orientalism 1978 - 2003 - 2018)
November 2018
  • “The Epistemology of Edward Said” – Assist. Prof. Dr Marko Pišev, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Prof. Dr Slobodan Naumović, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade (lecture series Edward Said and Orientalism 1978 - 2003 - 2018)

  • “Postcolonialism and Notions of the Intellectual” – Assoc. Prof. Dr Vladimir Gvozden, Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad; discussion moderated by Dr Vladimir V. Mihajlović, Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, Belgrade (lecture series Edward Said and Orientalism 1978 - 2003 - 2018)

  • Workshop “Digital Series of Medieval Documents: The Diplomatarium Serbicum Digitale Project” (in collaboration with the Institute for Balkan Studies SASA)
October 2018
  • “Anti-Realism and Constructionism in the Contemporary Philosophy of History” – Prof. Dr Branko Mitrović, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim; discussion moderated by Dr Boris Milosavljević, Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, Belgrade

  • “The Said Phenomenon” – Prof. Dr Darko Tanasković, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade; discussion moderated by TA Aleksandar Z. Savić, MA, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade (lecture series Edward Said and Orientalism 1978 - 2003 - 2018)
Маy 2018
  • „Modern Historical Discourse, Regimes of Historicity, and the Problem of Historical (In)Justice” – Prof. Dr Berber Bevernage, Ghent University, Belgium

  • „Tales of Pastness and Contemporaneity: On the Politics of Time in History and Anthropology” – Prof. Dr Berber Bevernage, Ghent University, Belgium
April 2018
  • "Constructing Collective Identities in the Past: Archaeological Perspectives" ‒ Assist. Prof. Dr Monika Milosavljević, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Prof. Dr Staša Babić, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

  • "Historiography and the Methodology of Slobodan Jovanović Today" ‒ Dr Boris Milosavljević, Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Assoc. Prof. Dr Miloš Ković, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade
March 2018
  • "Ethnic Identity and Political Organisation in Medieval Europe" – Dr Predrag Komatina, Institute for Byzantine Studies SASA, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Assoc. Prof. Dr Nebojša Porčić, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

  • "Regime Historiography of the Early Principate: From Literary-Political to Panegyrical Engagement" – Assoc. Prof. Dr Žarko Petković, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Assoc. Prof. Dr Snežana Ferjančić, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade
December 2017
  • “Imaging Technologies in Research of Medieval Sources” – Dr Franz Fischer, University of Köln, Germany; discussion moderated by Asst. Prof. Dr Žarko Vujošević, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade
November/December 2017

Lecture series “The Mosaics of Nations: Nationalisms, Memories and Cultural Identities”

  • “The Nation: Key Concepts” – Dušan Fundić, Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Assoc. Prof. Dr Miloš Ković, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

  • “Nationalism and Nation-States: From a Revolutionary Idea to New Legitimacy” – Dušan Fundić, Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Assoc. Prof. Dr Miloš Ković, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

  • “Nations as Weavers of the Tapestry of Memory” ‒ Marija Vasiljević, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade;discussion moderated by Dr Jelena Vasiljević, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Belgrade

  • “In Search of Cultural History: French Variations on the Theme of Intercultural Studies” ‒ Veljko Stanić, Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, Belgrade; discussion moderated by Prof. Dr Smilja Marjanović-Dušanić, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade
October 2017
  • "Capitalism: History and Future Perspectives" - Dr Jürgen Kocka, Freie Universität Berlin; discussion moderated by Dr Mladen Lazić, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade
  • "Ibn Khaldun as a Philosopher and Theorist of History" - Dr Muamer Halilović, Centre for Religious Sciences "Qom", Belgrade
  • "Topographic Maps of Skopje and Montenegro from the First Third of the 20th Century and Their Contribution to Digital Humanities" - Dr Mihailo St. Popović, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
May 2017
  • “Hagiography as a (meta)historical source: Liturgical and theological perspectives” – Dr Srboljub Ubiparipović, Faculty of Orthodox Theology, Belgrade
April 2017
  • “Hagiography as a historical source? (Literature and historiography)” – Dr Irenа Špаdijer, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade
March 2017

Lecture series “Ad Fontes online” (in cooperation with the Institute for Balkan Studies SASA)

  • “Historical Geography in the Digital Age: Connecting sources and literature to interactive maps” – Dr Johan Åhlfeldt, Lund University, Sweden

  • “Digitаl diplomаtics in theory and practice: The example of the Monasterium portal” – Dr Žаrko Vujošević, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

  • “Doing digital diplomatics in monasterium.net: Images, diplomatic discourse and indexing” – Dr Georg Vogeler, University of Grаz, Аustriа
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