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Thu Jun 23 2011

Confs: Applied Linguistics, Croatian/Skradin

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        1.     Sanja Vulic , 2nd International Summer School of Croatian

Message 1: 2nd International Summer School of Croatian
Date: 20-Jun-2011
From: Sanja Vulic <svulichrstud.hr>
Subject: 2nd International Summer School of Croatian
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2nd International Summer School of Croatian
Short Title: ISSC


Date: 11-Jul-2011 - 23-Jul-2011
Location: Skradin, Croatia
Contact: Sanja Vulic
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Croatian

Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup

Meeting Description:

The program has been developed in cooperation with potential participants of the International Summer School. The topic this year is:
Croatian Culture within the Framework of Central European and Mediterranean Cultures.

To respond to the needs and interests of international students of Croatian studies, a workshop of the Croatian language will also be organized.
The venue is the Croatian Studies Centre of the University of Zagreb, Skradin, Trg Male Gospe 3, Croatia.
A two-hour lecture with discussion and a two-hour workshop of the Croatian language will be held every day.

A cultural program will be organized in the evenings (films, poetry recitals, book presentations, events forming part of the Skradin Summer Festival)

An excursion to the Krka National Park and to the islet of Visovac will be organized.

Student fee is 2.500 kn (340 EUR), which includes tuition and full board.

Registration deadline has been extended to 1 July 2011.

Your can register by sending an e-mail to Dr. Sanja Vulic: svulichrstud.hr

Skradin
Skradin is a small town on the right bank of the river Krka, 16 km from Šibenik. It is situated at the confluence of the river Krka and the Adriatic sea, which is a good fishing and shell-growing area due to the mixing of fresh and salt water. Skradin is situated close to the Krka National Park, so it is a good starting point for bike or hiking tours to the magnificent waterfalls of the river Krka. Thanks to the nearby motorway, it is easy to reach two other national parks - Paklenica on the Velebit mountain and the Kornati archipelago in the Adriatic.

The program has been developed in cooperation with potential participants of the International Summer School. The topic this year is:
Croatian Culture within the Framework of Central European and Mediterranean Cultures.

To respond to the needs and interests of international students of Croatian studies, a workshop of the Croatian language will also be organized.
The venue is the Croatian Studies Centre of the University of Zagreb, Skradin, Trg Male Gospe 3, Croatia.
A two-hour lecture with discussion and a two-hour workshop of the Croatian language will be held every day.

A cultural program will be organized in the evenings (films, poetry recitals, book presentations, events forming part of the Skradin Summer Festival)

An excursion to the Krka National Park and to the islet of Visovac will be organized.

Student fee is 2.500 kn (340 EUR), which includes tuition and full board.

Registration deadline has been extended to 1 July 2011.

Your can register by sending an e-mail to Dr. Sanja Vulic: svulichrstud.hr

Skradin:
Skradin is a small town on the right bank of the river Krka, 16 km from Šibenik. It is situated at the confluence of the river Krka and the Adriatic sea, which is a good fishing and shell-growing area due to the mixing of fresh and salt water. Skradin is situated close to the Krka National Park, so it is a good starting point for bike or hiking tours to the magnificent waterfalls of the river Krka. Thanks to the nearby motorway, it is easy to reach two other national parks - Paklenica on the Velebit mountain and the Kornati archipelago in the Adriatic.



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