About the project

When

20/7 - 24/7/2017
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Where?

Belgrade, Novi Sad

Speakers

Dejan Mihailovic (Mexico)

Dejan Mihailovic (Mexico)

Collaborator on the project, professor researcher at the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico, and visiting professor at the Rio de Janeiro State University
Graduated from Philosophy and Sociology at the University of Novi Sad, and received MA and PhD degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Latin American Studies (field: Philosophy)
Nemanja Džuverović (Serbia)

Nemanja Džuverović (Serbia)

Collaborator on the project, assistant professor in Peace Studies at the University of Belgrade (Faculty of Political Science Department for International Studies)
Visiting researcher at the University of Bradford (Peace Studies Division), the University of Uppsala (Department of Peace and Conflict Research) and the University of Granada (Institute for Peace and Conflicts).
Bojana Kovačević Petrović (Serbia)

Bojana Kovačević Petrović (Serbia)

Collborator on the project, assistant for Spanish Language at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Novi Sad.
Graduated from Spanish Language and Hispanic Literatures at the Faculty of Philology at the University of Belgrade, where she is finishing her PhD.
Horacio Cerutti-Guldberg (Mexico)

Horacio Cerutti-Guldberg (Mexico)

GUEST OF HONOUR
From 1980, he is professor of Latinamerican Philosophy, History of Ideas and Political Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He received the Honoris Causa doctorate from the University Ricardo Palma in Lima, Peru, for the contribution to the development of the Latin American humanist philosophy. Read more: http://bit.ly/2tv3xua
Ángel Esteban del Campo (Spain)

Ángel Esteban del Campo (Spain)

Associate professor of Hispanic Philology at the University of Granada, and coordinator of MA for Latin American Studies
Visiting associate professor at the universities in Delaware and Montclair State (USA), chief editor of the magazine Revista Letral.
Diana Palaversic (Australia)

Diana Palaversic (Australia)

Professor at the Department for Hispanic Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sidney.
Lately, her research is mostly based on Mexico, especially on the cultural production of the northern border. She is the author of the book From Macondo to McOndo: Paths of the Latin American Postmodernism, and of many academic studies about the Latin American literature.
Dubravka Suznjevic (Mexico)

Dubravka Suznjevic (Mexico)

Translator
Finished Spanish Language and Literature, department for translation at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade. She finished History, Culture and Art Studies of Mexico (Diplomado Mexicano) at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, in Mexico, where she lives and works since 1991 as freelance translator for English, Spanish and Serbian. She published around twenty translations from Serbian to Spanish, the short texts and stories by M. Pavic, G. Petrovic, N. Mitrovic y Z. Pesic
Esther Susana Borgarello (Argentina)

Esther Susana Borgarello (Argentina)

Associate professor of Right to Information at the Faculty for Communication at the National University of Cordoba
Visiting professor within the juridical-political field at the Department for Socio-Economic Sciences at the State University San Luis.
Igor Štiks (Bosnia)

Igor Štiks (Bosnia)

Writer and critic
The author of two award-winning novels, The Castle in Romagna and Elijah's Chair. The play Elijah's Chair, directed by Boris Liješević, won the Grand Prix of BITEF 2011. London Bloomsbury published his study Nations and Citizens in Yugoslavia and the Post-Yugoslav States. For his literary and public work he received the French order Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres.
Iva Čukić (Serbia)

Iva Čukić (Serbia)

Associate and lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade
The direction and area of her research include the meeting points of the public space, do-it-yourself philosophy, self-organization and spatial-cultural discourse. Co-founder and member of the collective of the Ministry of Space, which deals with issues of urban development, urban transformations and policies. Member of the International Network INURA, European Commons Assembly, of CitizensLab and of the Association of Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia.
Carlos Juárez Centeno (Argentina)

Carlos Juárez Centeno (Argentina)

Associate professor at the National University of Cordoba
Jurist, political scientist and expert in the field of human rights, constitutional right, international relations, while his fields of interest are human rights and international right of human rights.
Katarzyna Dembicz (Poland)

Katarzyna Dembicz (Poland)

Professor researcher, works at the CESLA (Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Warsaw)
Geographer and Latin Americanist. Editor of the magazine "Ameryka Łacińska".
Miša Đurković (Serbia)

Miša Đurković (Serbia)

Principal research fellow, and director of the Institute of European Studies
Obtained a PhD at the Faculty of Philosophy, department for Philosophy. Fields of interest: philosophy, political and legal philosophy, national identity, popular culture analysis
Óscar Barboza Lizano (Costa Rica)

Óscar Barboza Lizano (Costa Rica)

President of the Professor Andrzej Dembicz Foundation.
Works at the Faculty of Liberal Arts and History at the University of Warsaw in Poland. Academic of the Regional Headquarters Chorotega at the National University of Costa Rica.
Višeslav Simić (Mexico)

Višeslav Simić (Mexico)

University Professor at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education
Multilingual international business and international relations negotiator and marketing contractor. University level educator in the fields of business and international diplomacy, strategy, negotiations and administration. Academic and professional researcher and analyst of international business, diplomacy and public policy. Debating and public speaking coach. Award-winning fiction writer.
Roman Balvanović (Serbia)

Roman Balvanović (Serbia)

Committee member for the selection of papers for the collection of works
Interested into cultural and political issues in Latin America. He translated the poetry of Nicolás Guillén, Federico García Lorca, Antonio Machado Demófilo, Luis Palés Matos y Langston Hughes from Spanish and English. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering, and works at the Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences.
Silvia Monros - Stojaković (Serbia)

Silvia Monros - Stojaković (Serbia)

Committee member for the selection of papers for the collection of works
A Catalan born in Buenos Aires, and grew up at Cubura. She is philologist, literary and simultaneous translator (Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, Serbian), and, as she likes to emphasize, multimedia housewife, cyclist and tailor. She translated more than hundred bibliographic entries, among which we can find Hopscotch by Julio Cortázar, and Pavic. Among her books stand out The last Cortázar's Hopscotch, The Mirror of Love, Town above Towns, The Ortega's Clepsydra and My Argentina, and the collection of illustrated poetry All in All.

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Team

Jelena Spasojević

Jelena Spasojević

Project coordinator
Tijana Čupić

Tijana Čupić

Programme coordinator
Milica Lilić

Milica Lilić

Event Manager
Lana Čubrić

Lana Čubrić

PR
Anđela Gašić

Anđela Gašić

Coordinator of volunteers

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