History of Croatian Culture
Code: 144304
ECTS: 4.0
Lecturers in charge: doc. dr. sc. Domagoj Brozović
Take exam: Studomat
English level:

1,1,0

In agreement with the students enrolled in the course, the lecturer will provide as many teaching elements in English as possible, or in both English and Croatian for mixed groups (i.e., bilingual teaching materials and bilingual exams). Level 2 also includes additional individual consultations with foreign students (as in Level 1) for the teaching elements which will be held in Croatian.
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1. komponenta

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Lectures 30
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
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Literature:
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    Batovic, S.; Chapman, J.; Shiel, R. (2008), The Changing Face of Dalmatia Archaeological And Ecological Studies In A Mediterranean Landscape, London: Leicester University Press.
    Laurens, J.; Stallaerts, R. (1995), Historical Dictionary of Republic of Croatia, London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc.
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    Ivandija, Antun; Duško Kečkemet (1972). Church Art in Croatia. Zagreb: Spektar, Google Books.
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    Aksamija, Nadija. (2004). Between Humanism and the Counter : Reformation: Villa and Villeggiatura in Renaissance Ragusa. Princeton University. (ProQuest Dissertations and Theses)
    Amat, Darinka M. (1970). History of Early Printing in Croatia. (ProQuest)

    Bédé, Jean Albert; William Benbow Edgerton. (1980). Columbia Dictionary of Modern European Literature. New York: Columbia UP.
    Bellamy, Alex J. (2003). The Formation of Croatian National Identity: Centuries : Old Dream? N.p.: Manchester UP. (Google Scholar) Coleman, J.A. (2007). The Dictionary of Mythology. London: Arcturus Publishing Limited.
    Cornis : Pope, Marcel; John Neubauer. (2004). History of the Literary Cultures of East : Central Europe: Junctures and Disjunctures in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Vol. 3. N.p.: John Benjamins. (Google Scholar)Despalatovic, Elinor Murray. (1992). Gaj Croatia is not yet lost, 1832 : 33 : the ideology of Gaj, Ljudevit in the Preparatory Period of the Croatian National Revival in American Historical Review 97.2. (Web of knowledge)
    Despalatovic, Elinor Murray. (1975). Ljudevit Gaj and the Illyrian Movement. Vol. 12. Boulder Colo. New York: East European Quarterly. (Google Scholar)
    Frucht, Richard C. (2005). Eastern Europe: An Introduction to the People, Lands, and Culture. Vol. 1. Santa Barbara, California: ABC : CLIO. (Google Scholar)
    Kadic, Ante. (1959). Croatian Renaissance. Studies in the Renaissance 6. (JSTOR)
    Krekić, Bariša. (1995). On the Latino : Slavic Cultural Symbiosis in Late Medieval and Renaissance Dalmatia and Dubrovnik. Viator 26, no. 1.
    Powell, Barry B. (2012). Classical Myth. New York. Pearson. Wallace, Jennifer. (1998). A History of Illyria. Greece 5.2. (Scopus)
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