Napovednica

  • Čas:
    08. 12. 2020
    od 19:00 do 20:30
    Lokacija:
    Online Event

    From Slovenka to Ženski svet: Slovene Feminism in Trieste between Cosmopolitism and the National Struggle, 1897-1928.

    Central Europe Seminar Series with Marta Verginella.

    At the turn of the twentieth century, Trieste was the Habsburg Monarchy’s most important port city and the site of a fierce national struggle between Slovenes and Italians. From 1897 to 1902, the first Slovenian women’s newspaper Slovenka was published in Trieste and its first editor, Marica Nadlišek, was at the centre of an extensive social and intellectual network spanning the Slovene, Habsburg and South Slavonic worlds. Slovenka was at the margins of the national movement, yet it became a focal point of Slovene feminism and women's pan-Slavism. The outbreak of war in 1914, along with the subsequent collapse of the Habsburg Empire and the rise of fascism, decimated intellectual circles in Trieste. Those Slovene women who decided not to emigrate to the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later Yugoslavia) had to give up their feminist and political ideals and devote themselves to national defence work in hopes of mitigating the consequences of fascism and forced italianization of the Slovene population.

    Register via Zoom: https://ucl.zoom.us/.../tJIpdeCvqjoqHNwl9r0BWHaCNmlcir45B88T

  • Čas:
    od 13. 09. 2021
    do 15. 09. 2021
    Lokacija:
    Cankarjev dom, Prešernova cesta 10, Ljubljana

    4th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    Following the success of the previous European Conferences on Domestic Violence, held in Belfast in 2015, Porto in 2017 and Oslo 2019, the Fourth European Conference on Domestic Violence (ECDV) will be held from 13th to 15th September 2021 in Ljubljana. The organisation of this Conference is the result of a collaboration between the consortium of five members from the University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social Work, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Law, Institute for Criminology at Faculty of Law). The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers, academics, students, professionals, practitioners and policy-makers from Europe to share and further develop knowledge and experience on a wide range of issues concerning domestic violence. The European Conference on Domestic Violence is designed to provide an opportunity for practitioners, policy makers and researchers to come together and aiming at:
    - better understanding and raising awareness of domestic violence and its impact on individuals and society
    - sharing critical and valid research findings and practical developments from across Europe and beyond and discussing the implications for policies and practices
    - promoting the evidence based policy and practice developments related to domestic violence
    - encouraging good practice by facilitating networking and resourcing between participants from different areas of knowledge and expertise
    - enlarging research and practice networks and further developing methods and tools on preventing and combating domestic violence

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