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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Primc, Davor; Muzur, Amir; Doričić, Robert; Markić, Dean;
    Country: Croatia

    Aim. To explore personal biography of Vinko Frančišković (1919-1984), to improve the understanding of the beginnings of Croatian cardiothoracic and transplantation surgery. Methods. Comparative critical analysis of written published materials, archival materials and information collected through oral history interviews. Results. Vinko Serafin Frančišković was born in Praputnjak, a settlement of the eastern surroundings of Rijeka, Croatia. He was raised up in the Italian language and culture by hisaunt, a mother’s sister and her husband. He went to the Royal Classical Grammar School Giovanni Prati in Trento. On July 15, 1943, he defended his thesis, titled A contribution to the surgical therapy of fractures of the femoral neck at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Padua. Conclusion. The represented data about Vinko Frančišković’s life, especially those concerning his secondary and higher education, explain some of his crucial personal traits and his later professional pathway. Cilj. Istražiti osobnu biografiju Vinka Frančiškovića (1919. – 1984.) čime će se omogućiti bolje razumijevanje početaka hrvatske kardiotorakalne i transplantacijske kirurgije. Metode. Kritička komparativna analiza objavljenih publikacija, arhivskih materijala i informacija prikupljenih metodom usmene povijesti. Rezultati. Vinko Serafin Frančišković rođen je u Praputnjaku, naselju u istočnoj okolici grada Rijeke. Odgajan na talijanskom jeziku i kulturi, u obitelji majčine sestre i njezina supruga, pohađao je Kraljevsku klasičnu gimnaziju Giovanni Prati u Trentu. Dana 15. srpnja 1943. na Medicinskom fakultetu Sveučilišta u Padovi obranio je diplomski rad o doprinosu kirurškoj terapiji fraktura femoralnog vrata. Zaključak. Prikazani podaci o životu Vinka Frančiškovića, posebice oni koji se odnose na njegovo srednjoškolsko i visoko obrazovanje, objašnjavaju neke od njegovih ključnih osobina i kasniji profesionalni put.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cvek, Sven;
    Country: Croatia

    In this essay I offer a reflection on a conspicuous absence in digital humanities dis-course. Engaging with the manifold ways in which the digital sphere shapes culture and society, the interests and methods of digital humanities appear indispensable in contemporary academia. However, it is my contention that digital humanities sys-tematically omits dealing with the ways in which issues of technology converge with our labor in humanities today. Viewed in the context of an increasing adaptation of research and higher education to the market form, this disciplinary blind spot reveals technological instrumentality as a structuring principle of both digital humanities and its institutional setting, the “university of excellence.”

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Arbutina, Hrvoje; Žunić Kovačević, Nataša;
    Country: Croatia

    After a short introduction, the authors briefly describe the national experience in handling the problems of international double taxation through double tax conventions. This chapter is divided according to stages in the history of double tax conventions identified. The authors analyse the goals of tax treaty policies in differentiated stages with a survey of the economic implications. Special focus is placed on inter-country influences and the impact on and of international institutions and organisations through an examination of the influence of bilateral tax treaties on model tax conventions and vice versa. The fifth chapter presents concluding observations.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Šesnić, Jelena;
    Country: Croatia

    This article discusses the status of Toni Morrison as an American writer who consistently foregrounded African American history and experience and acted during her long career as a public intellectual. Morrison’s writerly agenda has been to delve into the epistemological origin of constructions such as race and blackness, placed in the context of their historical manifestation, such as transatlantic slavery as manifested in Morrison’s two most striking historical novels, Beloved (1987) and A Mercy (2008). Writing slavery, as a way to re-write the United States’ history and probe its dark spaces, places Morrison’s texts in a long line of nineteenth-century slave narratives, and in particular their twentieth-century avatar, the neo-slave novel, which strives to historicize slavery from the sufferer’s perspective. In the process, Morrison creates a “resistant text” (Sommer) requiring the reader’s imaginative and ethical engagement and refusing to fill in all the gaps. That the haunting of slavery still requires imaginative, historical, and ethical engagement, like the one accorded it by Morrison, is a fact of U.S. American social life to the present day.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Brlek, Tomislav;
    Country: Croatia

    Starting from Timothy Bahti’s claim that “literary studies in the university are still the heir to the historicism after Hegel,” readily verified by sundry historically organised takes on literary criticism and theory steadily advancing towards the present moment of comprehension, even as the true sources of the thought of the authors under scru-tiny as well as of the actual origins of critical problems are unfailingly revealed to stem from the “real world,” the paper aims to present T.S. Eliot’s very different thinking about literature, criticism and history as a salubrious contravention of the worldwide dominance of approaches to reading works of literature predicated on unexamined notions of context and identity, which Timothy Clark dubbed “institutional Ameri-canism,” contending that it is no accident that the final thesis advanced by the histo-rian Elco Runia in his recent Moved by the Past, which proposes a complete overhaul of certain certainties on which how we conceive of the past is predicated, should have a distinctly Eliotic ring to it: “By burying the dead we create not our future, but our past.”

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Primc, Davor; Muzur, Amir; Doričić, Robert; Markić, Dean;
    Country: Croatia

    Aim. To explore personal biography of Vinko Frančišković (1919-1984), to improve the understanding of the beginnings of Croatian cardiothoracic and transplantation surgery. Methods. Comparative critical analysis of written published materials, archival materials and information collected through oral history interviews. Results. Vinko Serafin Frančišković was born in Praputnjak, a settlement of the eastern surroundings of Rijeka, Croatia. He was raised up in the Italian language and culture by hisaunt, a mother’s sister and her husband. He went to the Royal Classical Grammar School Giovanni Prati in Trento. On July 15, 1943, he defended his thesis, titled A contribution to the surgical therapy of fractures of the femoral neck at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Padua. Conclusion. The represented data about Vinko Frančišković’s life, especially those concerning his secondary and higher education, explain some of his crucial personal traits and his later professional pathway. Cilj. Istražiti osobnu biografiju Vinka Frančiškovića (1919. – 1984.) čime će se omogućiti bolje razumijevanje početaka hrvatske kardiotorakalne i transplantacijske kirurgije. Metode. Kritička komparativna analiza objavljenih publikacija, arhivskih materijala i informacija prikupljenih metodom usmene povijesti. Rezultati. Vinko Serafin Frančišković rođen je u Praputnjaku, naselju u istočnoj okolici grada Rijeke. Odgajan na talijanskom jeziku i kulturi, u obitelji majčine sestre i njezina supruga, pohađao je Kraljevsku klasičnu gimnaziju Giovanni Prati u Trentu. Dana 15. srpnja 1943. na Medicinskom fakultetu Sveučilišta u Padovi obranio je diplomski rad o doprinosu kirurškoj terapiji fraktura femoralnog vrata. Zaključak. Prikazani podaci o životu Vinka Frančiškovića, posebice oni koji se odnose na njegovo srednjoškolsko i visoko obrazovanje, objašnjavaju neke od njegovih ključnih osobina i kasniji profesionalni put.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cvek, Sven;
    Country: Croatia

    In this essay I offer a reflection on a conspicuous absence in digital humanities dis-course. Engaging with the manifold ways in which the digital sphere shapes culture and society, the interests and methods of digital humanities appear indispensable in contemporary academia. However, it is my contention that digital humanities sys-tematically omits dealing with the ways in which issues of technology converge with our labor in humanities today. Viewed in the context of an increasing adaptation of research and higher education to the market form, this disciplinary blind spot reveals technological instrumentality as a structuring principle of both digital humanities and its institutional setting, the “university of excellence.”

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2014
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Arbutina, Hrvoje; Žunić Kovačević, Nataša;
    Country: Croatia

    After a short introduction, the authors briefly describe the national experience in handling the problems of international double taxation through double tax conventions. This chapter is divided according to stages in the history of double tax conventions identified. The authors analyse the goals of tax treaty policies in differentiated stages with a survey of the economic implications. Special focus is placed on inter-country influences and the impact on and of international institutions and organisations through an examination of the influence of bilateral tax treaties on model tax conventions and vice versa. The fifth chapter presents concluding observations.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Šesnić, Jelena;
    Country: Croatia

    This article discusses the status of Toni Morrison as an American writer who consistently foregrounded African American history and experience and acted during her long career as a public intellectual. Morrison’s writerly agenda has been to delve into the epistemological origin of constructions such as race and blackness, placed in the context of their historical manifestation, such as transatlantic slavery as manifested in Morrison’s two most striking historical novels, Beloved (1987) and A Mercy (2008). Writing slavery, as a way to re-write the United States’ history and probe its dark spaces, places Morrison’s texts in a long line of nineteenth-century slave narratives, and in particular their twentieth-century avatar, the neo-slave novel, which strives to historicize slavery from the sufferer’s perspective. In the process, Morrison creates a “resistant text” (Sommer) requiring the reader’s imaginative and ethical engagement and refusing to fill in all the gaps. That the haunting of slavery still requires imaginative, historical, and ethical engagement, like the one accorded it by Morrison, is a fact of U.S. American social life to the present day.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Brlek, Tomislav;
    Country: Croatia

    Starting from Timothy Bahti’s claim that “literary studies in the university are still the heir to the historicism after Hegel,” readily verified by sundry historically organised takes on literary criticism and theory steadily advancing towards the present moment of comprehension, even as the true sources of the thought of the authors under scru-tiny as well as of the actual origins of critical problems are unfailingly revealed to stem from the “real world,” the paper aims to present T.S. Eliot’s very different thinking about literature, criticism and history as a salubrious contravention of the worldwide dominance of approaches to reading works of literature predicated on unexamined notions of context and identity, which Timothy Clark dubbed “institutional Ameri-canism,” contending that it is no accident that the final thesis advanced by the histo-rian Elco Runia in his recent Moved by the Past, which proposes a complete overhaul of certain certainties on which how we conceive of the past is predicated, should have a distinctly Eliotic ring to it: “By burying the dead we create not our future, but our past.”