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CSSS 2014 : Cultural Studies Summer School “Sarajevo: Cultural Heritage and Surviving Urbicide”

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When Jun 22, 2014 - Jun 29, 2014
Where International University of sarajevo
Submission Deadline TBD
 

Call For Papers

This Cultural Studies Summer School will address questions related to Bosnian Cultural Heritage and “Surviving Urbicide”. The Summer school provides participants with an opportunity to gain an in-depth insight into the city and culture of Sarajevo and BH. The program is designed for both undergraduate and post-graduate students, artists as well as those employed in non-government organizations. The summer school will attract both local and international participants. A combination of lectures and seminars coupled with fields trips will provide participants with a rich and insightful knowledge and experience into the country, city and it unique cultures.

The following topics will be covered:
• Sarajevo: Surviving Urbicide
• Urban Sociology
• Cultural Heritage
• Bosnian Cinema
• Bosnian Traditional Arts
• Bosnian National Identity
• Intercultural Communication

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