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A Meeting with the New Ambassador of Iran

On Tuesday, March 10th, Mr. Miša Đurković (PhD) had a meeting with the new ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mr. Rashid Hassanpour, in his residence. During the meeting Mr. Đurković informed Mr. Hassanpour on his trip to Iran,

March 13 – Diego de Pablos – Mexico and Telenovelas

Within our March round of lectures on topic of popular culture and culture wars, the Institute of European Studies is organizing a lecture by Diego de Pablos Mexico and Telenovelas (in English without translation) Diego de Pablos is a researcher

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March 9th – A Serbian Village in TV Shows

Dear Madam/Sir, On Monday, March 9th, a presentation shall be held by Saša Radojević A Serbian Village in TV Shows The presentation shall be held in the Congress Room of the IES (11 Trg Nikole Pašića St, 4th Floor, room

March 4 – Culture wars in a fragile democracy: Brazil under Bolsonaro

Within our March round of lectures on topic of popular culture and culture wars, the Institute of European Studies, with the Association of Hispanists, is organizing a lecture by Prof. Dr. Kai Michael Kenkel Culture wars in a fragile democracy: Brazil

February 26 – A lecture by Thomas Peak: A Westphalia for the Middle East

IES is organizing a lecture by Thomas Peak A Westphalia for the Middle East Thomas Peak is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Centre of Geopolitics, University of Cambridge. He is the author of Westphalia from Below: Humanitarian Intervention &

February 12th – Presentation of Reissued Works of Slobodan Jovanović

On the occasion of  the 150th anniversary of birth of Slobodan Jovanović, the Institute of European Studies shall organize a presentation of reissues of his works, published by Beoknjiga, Informatika and Serbian Liberal Council: Sociologija religije [The Sociology of Religion] Iz istorije i

February 6th – Lecture: Nations and Conflicts in the Balkans

On Thursday, February 6th, a lecture shall be held by Zlatko Hadžidedić, PhD (Centre for Nationalism Studies, Sarajevo). Nations and Conflicts in the Balkans Zlatko Hadžidedić, PhD is the author of the monograph Forced to Be Free. Paradoxes of Liberalism and

January 31st-February 1st – A Seminar in Partnership with ADF International

On Friday and Saturday, January 31st-February 1st, the first joint seminar on topics of family, bioetics, freedom of speech and freedom of religion was held, in partnership with the ADF International. The seminar was conducted by Adina Portaru PhD, the trainer

January 30 – Book promotion – “Sound of Nostalgia: The History of Old Urban Music in Serbia”

On Thursday, 30 January 2020 at 12 we are organizing a promotion of the book by Marija Dumnić Vilotijević Sound of Nostalgia: The History of Old Urban Music in Serbia Čigoja štampa and the SASA Institute of Musicology, Belgrade 2019.

January 23 – Orthodoxy and Artificial Intelligence

On Thursday, 23 January 2020 at 12 we are organizing an event about the book Orthodoxy and Artificial Intelligence (published by National Hellenic Research Fondation, Greece) List of speakers about the project and the book: Aleksandar Petrović, PhD Suzana Polić,

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