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Promotion of the monograph “Composer Miroslav Štatkić’s 40 Years Long Artistic Work”

Promotion of the monograph by musicologist Bojan Jovanović “Composer Miroslav Štatkić’s 40 Years Long Artistic Work” will be held on Tuesday, June 10, at 19h at the City Library of Novi Sad (Dunavska 1). The monograph was published by VANU in 2013.

Prof. Dr. Andreas Gronauer: Information and Communication Technologies in Improvement of Agricultural Holdings and Usage of Renewable Energy Sources in Austria

Co-organized by Humboldt and DAAD Club Novi Sad. Venue: Friday, May 23 at 12,30 h, Novi Sad, Vojvode Putnika 1

Prof. Dr. Arnold Suppan, foreign member of VANU and full member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, will give a lecture “Hitler – Beneš – Tito. Conflict, War and Gencide in East, Central and South-East Europe”.

Prof. Suppan will give the lecture on two occasions: * Monday, April 28 at 19h at the Assembly of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Hall 1) and * Tuesday, April 29 at 12,30h at the Multimedial auditorium of the Rectorate building (floor 2).

Tomislav Ketig: Common cultural identities of national cultures on the territory of the former Yugoslavia

Tomislav Ketig, corresponding memeber of ASAV will give his inaugural speech “Common cultural identities of national cultures on the territory of the former Yugoslavia” on Thursday, April 17 2014 at 19h, at the movie theater of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina (Dunavska 37, Novi Sad).

Prof. Dr. Istvan Bikit: The Light Earth and the Dark Space

Prof. Dr. Istvan Bikit will give his inaugural speech “The Light Earth and the Dark Space” on Friday, February 28, 2014 at 18 h in the auditorium A5 (Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Novi Sad).

Promotion of the novel “Ten Love Commandments”

Promotion of the novel “Ten Love Commandments” by Acad. Julijan Tamaš will be held on Friday, January 31 at 12h at the café Kuća mala (Laze Telečkog 4, Novi Sad). Speakers will be Dr Draginja Ramadanski (Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad), Dr Radmila Gihić-Petrović, writer, and the author.
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