ISLANDS IN MOVEMENT / Lastovo 2018. 16. - 18.9, 2018.

 

ISLANDS IN MOVEMENT

Lastovo, 16-18 September 2018

This is an invitation to the 7th Anatomy of Islands Symposium, which this
year will be held on the remotest inhabited Croatian island – the island of
Lastovo. From 16 to 18 September our focus will be on islands and we will
be discussing insularity, marginalisation, interpretations of island life, the
benefits and difficulties of living surrounded by the sea, island mobility and emigration,
the present and the future. Following the symposium, an international
architecture and urbanism workshop will be held. Students and their professors
will study the landscape of Lastovo and suggest developmental conceptual designs
on chosen locations.
Topics of the 7th Anatomy of Islands
The topic highlighted as crucial by the locals when discussing the future of their
communities at previous Anatomy of Islands events was the population drain afflicting
the islands and how to stop it and reverse the trend in order to increase
island population.
This year’s symposium is therefore dedicated to island migrations, from the past,
to the present, and into the future. Understanding the complexity of island mobility
and the necessity of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approach, we
invite speakers to join the discussion on the following subtopics:
● Islanders on the move – permanent and temporary mobility of island
population
● Tourist migrations – from summer to winter to next summer…
● Seasonal workers’ migrations in tourism, agriculture, construction
industry…
● Immigration of young urban population to small island communities –
state and local government incentives, motives for immigration (return to
ancestral estates, opportunity for a healthy lifestyle etc.)
● Locals and settlers – is co-existence possible
● Migrations of knowledge – searching for knowledge, accessibility of
knowledge, knowledge from the mainland, application of knowledge
● Role of the islands in global migrations – islanders are leaving, who is
coming
7th ANATOMY OF ISLANDS: Islands on the Move 1
Call for Participation in the Symposium
We remain open to other topics as well. If migration topics are not your focus,
you can speak on other, equally important ones:
● So-called SMART islands – what are they and how does one become
SMART
● Islands, innovations, and new, specifically island professions – can we,
and should we, outgrow traditions
● Climate change, environmental policies and islanders – are changes
threatening our way of life and how should we act
● Methodology of island research and establishment of nissology, the study
of islands – islands are special, do they require a special island science
● Cadastre and property – can we get over the hurdle
● Island education – can it get to the island (school boat), can it be used
remotely (e-school)
● Medical doctor on the island – do we need a separate island health
standard, what about telemedicine
● Island cultural heritage – a source of new professions and a resource for
keeping the population on the island
● Social entrepreneurship on the islands, civil society, and international
initiatives – opportunities for self-employment, can we interconnect them
● Links between islands – we know they are weak, how can they be improved
● Common property on the islands and its management – we used to be
good at it, how do we stand today
● Island natural heritage and tourism – are we cutting the branch on which
the most profitable island economic activity is sitting
● National and nature parks on the islands – are we able to manage our
natural heritage
● Administrative division of the islands – can/should a local board on a small
island manage the development independently
● Spatial planning on the islands – do we plan an island municipality/town
or the whole island
● Islands and EU funds – how do we get the money
● New Islands Act – what is new, is it enforceable
● European Parliament Resolution of 2016 on the Special Situation of Islands
– 2018 is drawing to a close, are we participating
7th ANATOMY OF ISLANDS: Islands on the Move 2
TIME AND LOCATION:
Croatia, island of Lastovo
Arrival – Saturday, 15 September 2018
Departure – Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Popis sudionika: (sada hrvatski dok ne dođe engleski)

 

Anamarija Batista, mag. arh., Sveučilište za umjetnost i dizajn u Linzu

 A.Batista@akbild.ac.at

dr. sc. Marina Blagaić Bergman, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Zagreb

marina@ief.hr

dr. sc. Joško Ćaleta, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Zagreb

josko@ief.hr

Antonia Dika, mag. arh., Sveučilište za umjetnost i dizajn u Linzu

antonia.dika@ufg.at

dr. sc. Irena Đokić, Odjel za regionalni razvoj, Ekonomski institut, Zagreb

idokic@eizg.hr

Sara Jurinčić, mag. arh., Muzej podvodne arheologije Zadar i Arhitektonski fakultet Zagreb

jurincic.sara@gmail.com

prof. dr. sc. Sonja Jurković

sjurko@arhitekt.hr

dr. sc. Dubravka Jurlina Alibegović, Ekonomski institut, Zagreb

djurlina@eizg.hr

Nevena Kereša, dipl. ing. arh., Tehničko sveučilište u Beču

nevenakeresa@gmail.com

dr. sc. Sanja Klempić Bogadi, Institut za migracije i narodnosti, Zagreb

sanja.klempic@imin.hr

dr. sc. Željka Kordej-De Villa, Ekonomski institut, Zagreb

zkordej@eizg.hr

dr. sc. Iva Kosmos, ZRC SAZU, Institut za studije sjećanja i kulture, Ljubljana

ikosmos@zrc-sazu.si

dr. sc. Axel Luttenberger, Sveučilište u Rijeci, Pomorski fakultet, Rijeka

axel@pfri.hr

Máirtín Ó Méalóid, Dip Arts (Lingvistika) CPC (Transport)

Upravitelj Razvojne koordinacije Cape Clear Otočja, Irska

mairtinomealoid@eircom.net

Antonio Morić-Španić, mag. geogr., mag. educ. geogr., CROGIS - Centar za održivi razvoj GIS tehnologijama

amoricspanic@gmail.com

dr. sc. Ivona Orlić, Etnografski muzej Istre/Museo Etnografico dell'Istria, Pazin

ivona@emi.hr

dr. sc. Tomislav Oroz, Odjel za etnologiju i antropologiju Sveučilišta u Zadru, Zadar

toroz@unizd.hr  

Dinka Pavelić, mag. arh., Škola primijenjene umjetnosti i dizajna, Zagreb

pavelicka@yahoo.com

Sylvain Ivan Petit, SMILO NGO (Tajnik i predstavnik u Hrvatskoj)  sylvain.petit@paprac.org

dr. sc. Mojca Piškor, Muzička akademija, Sveučilište u Zagrebu

mpiskor@muza.hr

dr. sc. Sonja Podgorelec, Institut za migracije i narodnosti, Zagreb

sonja.podgorelec@imin.hr

dr. sc. Ivana Rašić Bakarić, Odjel za regionalni razvoj, Ekonomski institut, Zagreb

irasic@eizg.hr

dr. sc. Lidija Runko Luttenberger, Sveučilište u Rijeci, Studij politehnike

lidija.luttenberger@uniri.hr

dr. sc. Peter Simonič, Odsjek za etnologiju i kulturnu antropologiju, Faculty of Arts, Sveučilište u Ljubljani

peter.simonic@ff.uni-lj.si

Katja Sirotić, Etnografski muzej Istre/Museo Etnografico dell'Istria, Pazin

katja.sirotic@gmail.com

dr. sc. Nenad Starc, Odjel za regionalni razvoj, Ekonomski institut, Zagreb

nstarc@eizg.hr

dr. sc. Marijana Sumpor, Odjel za regionalni razvoj, Ekonomski institut, Zagreb

msumpor@eizg.hr

Doc.dr.sc. Stjepan Šterc, Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu,

Geografski odsjek

sterc@geog.pmf.hr

Aleksandar Tomaš, Hrvatska radiotelevizija – Odjel za narodnu glazbu, Zagreb

alextomas88@hotmail.com

Klara Zečević Bogojević, Muzička akademija, Sveučilište u Zagrebu

klarabogojevic@gmail.com

Ratimir Zimmerman, dipl. ing. arh., DAZ - Društvo arhitekata grada Zagreba

ratko.cimerman@hi.t-com.hr

 

9:15 – 11:00

9:15 – 11:00

“If only there were (more) people..., so our island does not die out

9:15 – 11:00

Big Migrations – Security Threat To Croatian Islands

  • PhD, Stjepan Šterc, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb, Department for Geography

11:00 – 11:30

11:30 – 13:00

13:00 – 15:00

15:00 – 16:30

15:00 – 16:30

Towards a label for small sustainable islands

15:00 – 16:30

15:00 – 16:30

Dalmatian black pine - a hidden natural resource for the rural development of the island of Hvar

16:30 – 17:00

17:00 – 18:30

Mediterranean paradise of local foreigners: imaginations of space and time on the island of Hvar

  • Tomislav Oroz
  • Senior year student of ethnology, anthropology and philosophy at the University of Zadar, Croatia, Aleksandar Tomaš, Croatian Radio Television - Department of Folk Music, Zagreb, Croatia

17:00 – 18:30

Industrialisation, Female Workers, Tourism: Fish Canneries on Cres and Lošinj – Operation, Closing Down and Oblivion

  • MA, Iva Kosmos, ZRC SAZU, Institut za studije sjećanja i kulture, Ljubljana, Slovenija
  • PhD, Martin Pogačar, ZRC SAZU, Institut za studije sjećanja i kulture, Ljubljana, Slovenija

9:30 – 11:00

Ideal of the City – Lastovo Village

  • prof. dr. sc., Sonja Jurković, Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb

9:30 – 11:00

Environmental crimes in coastal area

  • Ph.D., Full Professor, Axel Luttenberger, University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies, Rijeka, Croatia

11:00 – 11:30

11:30 – 13:00

11:30 – 13:00

Micro-Public

  • Master of Excellence BiA , Dinka Pavelić, Škola primijenjene umjetnosti i dizajna, Zagreb

13:00 – 15:00

15:00

9:00 – 10:30

The Irish Islands, “Communities on the Edge”

  • Dip Arts (Linguistics) CPC (Transport) , Máirtín Ó Méalóid, Cape Clear Island Development Cooperative (Comharchumann Chléíre Teoranta, Ireland)

9:00 – 10:30

Difference and distance in Šibenik archipelago

  • PhD, Peter Simonič, Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

10:30 – 11:00

11:00 – 13:00

11:00 – 13:00

Small island perspective on regional policy diffusion

11:00 – 13:00

13:00 – 15:00

Student presentations 2018.

WORKSHOP LASTOVO 2018.

Works of students at Lastovo workshop 2018.

Look at the student papers in the NEWS section of 6.11.2018.

Organizers

Co-organizers

Financial support