Discourse program at the exhibition The Heritage of 1989. Case Study: The Second Yugoslav Documents Exhibition.
BADco, a collaborative performance collective from Zagreb: “Long Durations and Ideas about the Future” consists of a series of interventions in the form of discussions and workshops, focusing on the social antagonisms of the post-Yugoslav political space through the prism of material and ideological heritage, the continuity of cultural networks, and the potential of the future, all of which taken together is called the Yugoslav experience.
Wednesday, 24 May 2017, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
SEMINAR: “Uses and Abuses of Heritage – Revisions and Reactionism”, speakers: Suzana Milevska and Milan Radanović; discussion: Tanja Petrović and Dragan Markovina
4 p.m. – 4:40 p.m. Suzana Milevska, The Traumas of Skopje 2014: Ultranationalism, the Organised Amnesia of Modernism and False Memories About the National Identity in Macedonia
4:40 p.m. – 4:50 p.m. Q&A
Suzana Milevska is a theorist and curator of visual art and culture from Macedonia. Currently she works as a Principal Investigator at the Politecnico di Milano (project TRACES, Horizon 2020). She holds a PhD in visual cultures from Goldsmiths College London. She was the first Endowed Professor for Central and South Eastern European Art Histories at the Academy of Fine Art Vienna. She initiated the project Call the Witness–Roma Pavilion (BAK, Utrecht and Venice Biennale). Her most recent curatorial project was Inside Out: Not So White Cube, City Art Gallery, Ljubljana (co-curated with Alenka Gregorič). She edited the reader On Productive Shame, Reconciliation, and Agency (SternbergPress, 2016) and co-edited the reader Spaces for Criticism - Shifts in Contemporary Art Discourses (Valiz, 2015). Milevska was a recipient of the Fulbright Senior Research Scholarship and was awarded the Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory.
4:50 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Milan Radanović, Defamation of Liberators and Rehabilitation of Collaborators: Revisionist Interpretation of the World War II History in Post-socialist Serbia
5:30 p.m. – 5:40 p.m. Q&A
Milan Radanović (Nova Gradiška, 1976) graduated from the History Department at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. In his research he's working on topics related to the Second World War in Serbia and Yugoslavia, and the issues of revision of history. His main research focus are the war crimes committed by the Fascist occupying forces and their collaborators in the territory of Yugoslavia between 1941-1945. He has published several academic articles and books: Sites of Suffering and Sites of Anti-fascist Struggle in Belgrade 1941-1944. A guide to Reading a City, (ed. Rena Radle, Milovan Pisarri), Belgrade, 2013 (co-authored); Liberation: Belgrade, October of 1944, Belgrade, 2014; Punishment and Crime: The Collaborationist Forces in Serbia: Responsibility for War Crimes (1941-1944) and Military Losses (1944-1945), Belgrade, 2015.
5:40 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. break
5:50 p.m. – 7 p.m. discussion by Tanja Petrović, Dragan Markovina, Suzana Milevska and Milan Radanović
Thursday, 25 May 2017, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
WORKSHOP: » A Digital Library/Archive of My Own: From User to Amateur Librarian/Archivist «
Moderated by Marcell Mars, Tomislav Medak
11 a.m.– 11.45 a.m. introductory lecture Shadow Libraries
11:45 – 5 p.m. workshop
1 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. lunch break
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
How can I digitize archival documents, journals and books? Where can I find those already digitized? What is the best way to manage my electronic archive collection? How do I share my electronic archive? In short, how can I be a good digital archivist and librarian? How can I best use digital documents and publications in my research? How can I create a bibliography and aggregate citations?
If you have these and similar practical concerns, we invite you to the workshop “A Digital Archive of My Own”. We’ll demonstrate the process of digitizing, creating and sharing of a digital collection, and help you to organize your research process with digital documents and archives. Bring your own computer and, if you use one, an e-book reader. You’re advised to install beforehand the following free software tools: Calibre and Zotero.
The participation on the workshop is free of charge. Please confirm your participation on the following e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.