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Teorija in praksa 3/2021

The third regular issue of the Teorija in praksa journal comprises 10 articles. The Slovenian thematic section, entitled The challenges of Covid-19 pandemic in distance work is edited by the visiting editor Marjan Hočevar, the section of five English articles includes the analyses of the social characteristics of the first sexual intercourse in high school students in Slovenia; reciprocity in the perception of telecare within pairs of informal carers and older people and much more.

05. November 2021 | TiP

Decline of public intellectuals is a problem and we need to do something about it

For the PhD students in the Humanities and Social Sciences, the academic year 2021/22 began with a guest lecture by Prof. Andrew Calabrese from the University of Colorado.

25. October 2021

Is the EU losing the Western Balkans and/or vice versa?

The activities took place within the projects "Addressing Euroscepticism/ illiberalism from below" and "Western Balkans in search of a new European and democratic momentum", co-financed by the EU Citizenship and Erasmus + programs. Local coordinators/organisers and researchers in the projects are dr. Marko Lovec and Faris Kočan.

18. October 2021 | International


The purpose of this special issue with 9 scientific articles is to analyse the COVID-19 crisis, crisis response on the national or international levels and the associated dilemmas from a range of scientific viewpoints.

16. October 2021 | TiP

Trial access to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online

Oxford Scholarly Editions Online provides trustworthy, annotated primary texts for scholars and students. It includes writers active between 701 and 1901, plus Roman and Greek authors.

13. October 2021

Opportunities and Threats in Contemporary International Business: Messages from Experienced International Business Practitioners

On Thursday, 7 October, the Centre of International Relations (CIR) at the Faculty of Social Sciences (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) organised the ‘Opportunities and Threats in Contemporary International Business’ panel as a warm-up event for the 'Six Decades of the Past, Six Decades for the Future' conference that is celebrating 60 years of teaching and researching International Relations in Slovenia.

08. October 2021

Trial access to Bloomsbury Cultural History

Access from the locations of the University of Ljubljana, CTK, NIB and NUK. Remote access for students and staff of UL, staff of CTK, NIB and NUK and all NUK members until 31 October 2021.

08. October 2021

Notice to students at the beginning of the academic year 2021/22

On 30 September 2021, there will be a reception for foreign enroled and exchange students (at 11 am), and on 1 October 2021, a reception for first-year students of undergraduate (at 9 am) and master's programmes (at 11 am). At the same time, on Friday, October 1 2021, pedagogical work is not underway. The usual pedagogical work according to the schedule for all years and programmes in the faculty premises will begin on Monday, October 4, 2021.

29. September 2021

Loud Memories, Turbo Folks: Mapping Sound, Image, and Remembrance in the Post-Yugoslav Space: International Symposium

The two-day hybrid event designed as a knowledge exchange and discussion platform offered a palette of diverse events, aiming to bridge gaps between academic, expert, and art worlds, and to engage the wider interested public.

29. September 2021

New Publication: (Geo)Politics of Universal Periodic Review: Why States Issue and Accept Human Rights Recommendations? (Authors: Anže Burger, Igor Kovač, Staša Tkalec)

The research by assoc. prof. dr. Anže Burger (head of Centre of International Relations), dr. Igor Kovač and dr. Staša Tkalec identifies geographic proximity as the crucial driving force behind state behavior in the Universal Periodic Review (UPR).

28. September 2021 | International