Cvijeta Pavlović and Ana Šverko participated in the international conference entitled Rewriting, diversity and cultural interference – the Slavic Tower of Babel. Translations, interactions and mutual influences. The conference was held in Poznań, Poland, from October 26 to 28 as part of the Slavic Tower of Babel festival. The paper they gave, entitled Mediating Croatian antiquity: from global to local and back, focused on travelogues about Dalmatia. The authors proposed that travel writers’ texts, just like drawings, convey much more than their ostensible subjects. A search for accidental transmitters of knowledge present in these works can enable us to study the spirit of place of the cities and towns that were recorded.
The workshop seeks to investigate Diocletian’s Palace as a living monument.
By researching the urban attributes of the Palace as systems of mat-organization, the workshop will identify and experience the Palace as highly complex spatial conglomeration.
DISCOVERING DALMATIA 2
A week of events in research and scolarship in the Institute of Art History – Centre Cvito Fisković Split
Records in space and the recording of space: the integration of knowledge concerning historical urban landscapes of the Adriatic in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
24th-28th May 2016
Centre Studia Mediterranea – Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Split, Poljana kraljice Jelene 1/III
Gallery of Fine Arts, Ulica kralja Tomislava 15
Institute of Art History – Cvito Fisković Centre in Split, Kružićeva 7
Northwestern tower of Diocletian’s Palace, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy of the University of Split
Workshop of students from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences – Department of Comparative Literature and students from the University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy – Study of Architecture and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences – Department of Sociology, entitled:
Hypermapping Diocletian’s palace: a City in Books
will be held in Split from April 26 to April 28.
As a part of this project, from April 20 to April 22 a workshop for doctoral students from the Institute of Art History and students at the Department of Art History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb was held on a topic entitled:
Dalmatia and Italy in Zagreb. Dalmatia and Italy: 18th- and 19th-century drawings, prints and paintings of monuments and landscapes in the collections of Zagreb galleries and museums