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Veronika Gamulin received M.A. in Art History and Philosophy from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at University of Zagreb and M.A. from TPTI Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, graduated program focused on the history of technology and technological heritage. She is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Zadar, Department of Ethnology and Cultural anthropology. Her research deals with industrial heritage in general with focus on fish processing history in the Mediterranean region. Andrea Palašti (1984) is a visual artist and lecturer based in Novi Sad, Serbia. She works across artistic and curatorial boundaries, experimenting with photography, video and illustrated lecture performances. Her practice is highly informed by collaborations with other artists/collectives, students, curators, journalists, scientists and/or historians. She is part of the ŠoK Gallery curatorial board and an associated professor at the Academy of Art in Novi Sad, where she teaches Visual communications, blending her collaborative artistic research projects with educational strategies. She completed a Doctorate in Fine Art (University of Novi Sad, Academy of Arts) and a PhD Art and Media Theory (University of Arts in Belgrade). Paula Kramer Lima (1985) received M.A. in Human Resource Management and Management at IPS Escola Superior de Ciências Empresariais, Setúbal, Portugal. In 2021, she enrolled in the postgraduate studies of Intangible Cultural Heritage at the University Lusófona, Lisbon as part of her professional specialization in heritage studies. The main focus of her research is industrial heritage of canning industry, in tangible and intangible aspects of the city of Setúbal. With tools and knowledge of Management in the heritage field, she is committed to create a project to revive the lost professions connected with the fishing traditions which are deeply rooted in the memory and legacy of the city. Nevena Ilic (1981) received M.A. in Art History and Museum Studies from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at University of Zagreb. Analog photography became the center of her research, and in 2016 she finished her second master on the subject “Former factory Fotokemika as a museum of photography” on Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, Universidade de Évora and Università degli Studi of Padua, dealing with the disappearance of analog photography from the global scene and its potential heritage value. Nowadays, as Ph.D. student on HERITAS program-Heritage Studies, University of Évora and Lisbon, her research is focused on the position of analog photography in the 21st century, its recognition as heritage and its safeguarding globally.
Sessions in which Veronika Gamulin participates
- Workers’ holiday resorts: Creating the industrial culture for blue collars of Yugoslavia after the Second World War UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS) - DS-R520
- Speaker Veronika Gamulin |
- 11:30 AM - 11:50 AM | 20 minutes Part of: The acceptance and belonging of industrial heritage and tourism in Central and Eastern Europe II
- This paper explores the Workers’ holiday resorts (Croat. Radnička odmarališta) in ex-Yugoslavia designed by the communist government from 1945 onwa...