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Social and Cultural Aspects of Socializing of Slovenian Students in the Habsburg Monarchy in the 19th and the 20th Centuries
Željko Oset, prispevek na konferenci brez natisa

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Povzetek najdenega: ...Slovene Students, Science, History, University of Vienna, University of Graz...
Ključne besede: Slovene Students, Science, History, University of Vienna, University of Graz
Objavljeno: 12.12.2017; Ogledov: 2879; Prenosov: 0
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Art or Science? Images of scientific research
Tanja Petrushevska, 2017, umetniško delo

Opis: Looking at the pinking of a sky at sunset we see a delicate impressionist watercolor or rather the spectacular effect of the refraction of the sun on the particles of the atmosphere? Can the extraordinary geometries of the cubic lattices of a salt crystal be considered a perfect composition deserving of admiration like a cubist painting? All the "infinite forms, ever more beautiful and wonderful" of life, as defined by the famous naturalist Charles Darwin, are art or science? The Art or Science photo contest? was born to emphasize the contamination between these two fields, only apparently distant, of human knowledge, exalting the beauty of scientific research and rewarding the photographic talent of those who work in science. The 2017 edition of the competition, conceived and promoted by the University of Trieste and Immaginario Scientifico, has collected 116 images of students and scientists from universities and research institutions. Among these were selected 30 photos, exhibited from 18 to 23 September 2017 in Trieste, at Palazzo Costanzi, as part of the Trieste Next-Festival of Scientific Research.
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Ključne besede: art and science
Objavljeno: 23.01.2018; Ogledov: 2204; Prenosov: 0
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Inner and Outer Space - our Universe expands
R. Amanullah, Chad Finley, Emily Freeland, Lucia Guaita, Fabio Iocco, Martin Sahlen, Bo Sundborg, Tanja Petrushevska, 2013, katalog razstave

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Ključne besede: art and science
Objavljeno: 25.01.2018; Ogledov: 2163; Prenosov: 0
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PASSERBY BECOME SUPERNOVA HUNTERS IN KUNGSTRÄDGÅRDEN
Tanja Petrushevska, S. Papadogiannakis, Emir Karamehmetoglu, 2015, druga izvedena dela

Opis: Fysik i Kungsträdgården is one of the major outreach events in Stockholm where scientists have the chance to show their research. This year the supernova group at the OKC invited the public to look for supernovae with us using the intermediate Palomar (Transient) Factory (iPTF) collaboration telescope in Palomar, California, U.S.A. Due to the time difference between Stockholm and California, we were able to look at live images as they were taken from the telescope, to search for new transient objects such as supernovae. The event was successful, bringing a lot of people from the park in central Stockholm to come and search with us.
Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Povzetek najdenega: ... science outreach, supernova hunting for the public...
Ključne besede: science outreach, supernova hunting for the public
Objavljeno: 09.02.2018; Ogledov: 2674; Prenosov: 0
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Жените во науката
Daniel Evrosimoski, Tanja Petrushevska, 2018, intervju

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Povzetek najdenega: ...women in science, international day of women in science, interview,...
Ključne besede: women in science, international day of women in science, interview, newspaper
Objavljeno: 12.02.2018; Ogledov: 2529; Prenosov: 0 
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The Topic of Mining in Secondary School Literature Textbooks from 1850 to 1950
Zoran Božič, 2018, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: During the first century of secondary school literature textbook publishing (from the introduction of Slovenian language as a school subject after the March Revolution in the Austrian Empire to the first Five-Year Plan after World War II) over a hundred texts featuring the topic of mining and related activities were included. The first writings have a clearly affirmative attitude towards mining, perceived and presented as a way of promoting general prosperity. The first mentions of the negative aspects of mining and the deceptive folly of coveting precious mineral resources appear towards the end of the 19th century. Only during the interwar period, however, were there various texts which presented mining as an inhumane and dangerous activity. After World War II the approach was again optimistic: in central literature textbooks mining was depicted as the glorification of socialist progress. Relevant texts were published in eight series of textbooks, the first as early as in the Bleiweis series for lower secondary schools in 1850 and the last in the ethnic Slovenian Beličič series of textbooks in 1947. The discovery of mercury in the Idrija mine was described by Valvazor, Kastelic, Hrovat and Oblak.
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Povzetek najdenega: ...natural science, didactics, mineral resources, Idrija mine, mercury...
Ključne besede: natural science, didactics, mineral resources, Idrija mine, mercury
Objavljeno: 30.08.2018; Ogledov: 2792; Prenosov: 138
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REVITALISATION OF RUINS AND THE IMPACT ON CONSERVATION POLICIES IN SLOVENIA. CASE STUDY OF THE CARTHUSIAN MONASTERY AT ŽIČE, SLOVENIA
Mateja Golež, 2019, doktorska disertacija

Opis: The doctoral dissertation in question presents in detail the issue of protecting architectural heritage as ruins on the example of the Žiče Charterhouse complex in Slovenia. The author based her work on the history of conservation, internationally applicable charters related to architectural heritage protection and on examples taken from international conservation practice. Although the Slovenian conservation profession, as an independent technical and scientific discipline, received its formal legal status through the emergence of independent Slovenia merely a couple of decades ago, it is possible to claim that Slovenia, with its first academically qualified conservation specialists Avguštin Stegenšek and France Stele, was in contact with active policy on heritage protection as early as before World War I, when the Slovenian territory was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and also after the War, when the territory was annexed to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Despite long-standing efforts, Slovenians did not achieve the legal protection of architectural heritage until early 1980s, when an independent act on the protection of natural and cultural heritage was adopted in former Yugoslavia. Because of this, the tasks carried out by conservation specialists until that time primarily focused on documenting heritage and carrying out the most pressing maintenance works. Since all major international charters related to cultural heritage protection were signed when Slovenia was part of former Yugoslavia and after it became independent, it is not possible to claim that the profession did not follow the international legal order in this field. This is why it is sometimes difficult to understand the large gap between international technical criteria and the conservation decisions made by Slovenian conservation experts when performing intervention works on structures or sites of cultural value in Slovenia. To improve this condition, it is therefore vital that buildings be treated comprehensively prior to interventions, including in terms of carrying out natural science and technical research studies that provide an insight into the materials, structural frame and building physics of a building, as shown in the doctoral dissertation on the example of the ruin of the Church of St. John the Baptist at Žiče Charterhouse. Only by carefully analysing historic materials, it is possible to make the right decision on the use of adequate substitute materials for the needs of maintaining a ruin and, only on the basis of preliminary research made into structural frames, it will be possible to monitor the vitality of ruins in future, whereby using state-of-the-art research methods from conservation science. Since the Church of St. John the Baptist has lost its original intended use and also the possibility to get it back, the author of the dissertation proposes that the structure not be reconstructed, since this would imply a major deviation from original architecture, with a shortage of adequate documentation that would provide a basis for credible reconstruction. For this reason, the author of the doctoral dissertation defends the position that the Church be protected as a ruin. The operator of the monastery complex and the entire valley of St. John, where the remains of the lower and upper monastic houses of the Žiče Charterhouse are located, now faces quite a challenging task. It will have to prepare a management plan that will foresee expert bases for sustainable use of natural and cultural values of this site and a suitable development policy, whereby giving the key role to the local community.
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Povzetek najdenega: ...including in terms of carrying out natural science and technical research studies that provide an...
Ključne besede: ruins, architectural history, legislation, international charters, revitalization, natural science research, Žiče monastery
Objavljeno: 22.01.2019; Ogledov: 2813; Prenosov: 115
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Artistic Visualizations and Beyond
Narvika Bovcon, Aleš Vaupotič, 2018, objavljeni znanstveni prispevek na konferenci

Opis: The paper discusses a case study of the integration of artistic practice in the digital humanities research. The methodology of encoding meaning in visual form is explained for four different sculptures and an artist book. The approach is tied to the allegoric thinking in building emblems and miniatures in the history of art (16th century and later). The use of diagrams is integrated in the experimental projections of a future archeology. The data of digital humanities research can achieve greater visibility and address a wider cultural context when presented in collaboration with art institutions.
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Ključne besede: digital humanities, information visualization, 3-D print, art and science
Objavljeno: 15.04.2019; Ogledov: 2660; Prenosov: 47
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Opportunities for Female Scientists in Ljubljana (Slovenia) after World War I and World War II
Željko Oset, prispevek na konferenci brez natisa

Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Povzetek najdenega: ...Slovene Science, Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts, University...
Ključne besede: Slovene Science, Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts, University of Ljubljana, Marta Blinc, women scientists
Objavljeno: 24.06.2019; Ogledov: 2116; Prenosov: 0
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Quality Assured Across Borders of Disciplines and Cultures
Peter Purg, 2019, objavljeni povzetek znanstvenega prispevka na konferenci

Opis: Abstract (full): Within the international master study programme of Media Arts and Practices (MAP) the University of Nova Gorica School of Arts is currently developing an interdisciplinary module in Art, Science and Technology (MAST) within a diverse partnership of two further universities and three NGOs. Both curriculum development projects were funded by the European Commission for their progressive, even disruptive character. If MAP (2011-2014), developed within the ADRIART.net project, was to join four countries as well as several artistic and media production fields creating a new partnership model and a contemporary employment profile, MAST (2018-2020) now seeks to root the art-thinking paradigm deep into the innovation process outside university. In order to reinvent better and meaningful futures for the society at large the dominance of the technological and the scientific approach is to be balanced out by the artistic openness and radical difference. This in turn mirrors the structure of the MAST curriculum – not only that its outcomes are unprecedented and tuned onto most progressive priorities of the Europen Union. The syllabus reminds of the innovation process itself, building a new module-specific graduate profile of an “innovation catalyst’. The abovementioned two cases will be interpreted on the background of ‘The Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area’ (ESG) as the primary setting of their development and implementation, while the ‘internal’ quality aspect shall be prioritized. The discussion will predominantly refer to the design and approval of programmes, but also present some novel solutions in student-centered learning, teaching and assessment. After touching upon a relevant recognition issue, the public impact and meaning of such programmes will be considered more broadly. As far as the design and approval of programmes (ESG 1.2) are concerned, the Guidelines point out that curricula should be designed „in line with the institutional strategy“ which often proves a paradox – a new academic programme development may instigate radical institutional change from the bottom-up, such that is unlikely to occur through the conventional top-down approach. The MAP project involved four university partners, of which two accredited the master programme fully as such (Croatia and Slovenia) and two participated therein merely with partnership modules. While the Slovenian partner gradually modified its strategic priorities as a (fairly small) art school throughout the project's three years, the bigger Croatian national art academy would let the MAP programme remain insulated from other programmes, preventing the curricular innovations and new teaching and learning methods from spreading to other programmes. This eventually led to inter-institutional conflicts and a closure of the programme in 2018 after three years of its running. Even if all invlved universities „involved students and other stakeholders in the work“ and the MAP programme contained „well-structured placement opportunities“ (ESG 1.2), its sustainability was evaluated low also in the case of the Italian and Austrian partners, since most of the MAP curricular structures eventually proved too open and progressive for their traditional acdemic environments. The Graz Technical University (Austria) returned in the MAST project again to enter a new, more contemporary alliance, founded on their bilateral continuity with the University of Nova Gorica, and their strategic priority of developing interdisiplinary programmes. The latter has in 2014 also established and continues to lead a South-Eastern-Europe wide CEEPUS network of ten art academies named ADRIART.CE (Belgrade, Budapest, Graz, Nova Gorica, Krakow, Rijeka, Split, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Skopje, Sofia), three of which presented its core that developed from the MAP partnership (www.ADRIART.net/ce). Besides Nova Gorica and Graz, the MAST partnership involves one further university (Madeira University, Portugal) and three NGOs (the renowned Kapelica Gallery from Slovenia, the Croatian Cultural Allience and the Europe-wide network Culture Action Europe). The ESG standard 1.3 on student-centred learning, teaching and assessment suggests that the programme delivery should „encourage students to take an active role in creating the learning process, and that the assessment of students reflects this approach.“ The MAP programme manifests this approach in several novums such as the 'Progress Track' module, where students critically peer-reflect on their academic progress along three semesters, or the 'Studio' module that brings into the programme external art (and later in MAST also science and/or technology) practitioners. It also treats contemporary topical issues that relate to the European topics such as e.g. 'The Future of Work' as well as to the profile of the cohort, their course selections and career orientation. A continuous 'Carrier Module' (MAST being one of them, others are Film, Animation, New Media, Photography and Contemporary Art Practice) in the MAP programme supports the student's „flexible learning path“ along three semesters of gradual academic progression: After exploring the chosen realm, and then defining own topical interest and method, the student focuses on her or his area of artistic (or interdisciplinary) investigation, in order to complete the Master Thesis (that includes a theoretical thesis and a practical project) in the fourth semester, all to encourage „a sense of autonomy in the learner, while ensuring adequate guidance and support from the teacher“. In the case of MAST the students shall each year be faced with the semester-long 'Challenge' course that is to keep them deeply involved in a real-life innovation process brought in from NGOs or companies, along with their expert mentors, or evaluators (in assessment committees, programme boards etc). Both MAP and MAST curriculum development projects focussed importantly on the issue of „fair recognition of higher education qualifications, periods of study and prior learning, including the recognition of non-formal and informal learning“ (ESG 1.4). This was to not only support but also promote mobility of staff and especially students, since both curricular structures instigate international as well as inter-sectoral collaboration: if the academic experience of students and their career prospects is to be advanced, a dynamc flux and interaction of students, (external) mentors and (university) teachers needs to be preserved at both entry and exit points to the programme (or module). Only this way the positive public impact and meaning of such programmes (ESG 1.8) can be kept transparent – not only to be accounted for, but also actively steered towards actual social and economic relevance! Study programmes that matter to all stakeholders – the students, the universities and the employers, including a broader public, need to be kept open for manifold talents and apply progressive interdisciplinary teaching and learning methods, attracting experts and tackling real-life challenges across disciplinary sectors, and national borders.
Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Povzetek najdenega: ...currently developing an interdisciplinary module in Art, Science and Technology (MAST) within a diverse partnership...
Ključne besede: arts, pedagogy, quality assurance, curriculum development, science, technology
Objavljeno: 11.09.2019; Ogledov: 2095; Prenosov: 0
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