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Stolac/ Mostar/Sarajevo
26. juli – 8. august 2012.

Međunarodni forum Bosna, uz saradnju i podršku više organizacija iz zemlje i svijeta, organizirao je Sedmu međunarodnu ljetnu školu „Mladi i naslijeđe" Ćuprija 2012. Ovaj program organiziran je u Stocu, Mostaru i Sarajevu od 26. jula do 08. augusta 2012. godine.

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U program su uključene radne, obrazovne i rekreacijske aktivnosti. U njega je uključeno trideset mladića i djevojaka – studenata, deset profesora iz zemlje i svijeta, te pet organizacijskih voditelja. Cilj ovog programa je snaženje teoretskih i praktičnih znanja o pluralnom društvu i različitim utemeljenja toleriranja i štićenja kulturnih razlika u društvima vladavine prava i demokratskog legitimiranju vlasti. U toku radnih aktivnosti sudionici su bili uključeni u dugoročne projekte valoriziranja, štićenja i obnavljanja kulturnog i prirodnog naslijeđa Stoca i njegove okoline. U okviru programa organizirane su i tri radionice – Peta stolačka drvorezbarska radionica, Druga stolačka radionica umjetničke obrade metala i Prva stolačka radionica bosanske ljubavne pjesme.

Amer Medar 061-452-045
Direktor

Tarik Čengić 061-775-598
Projekt koordinator

Medisa Selimić 063-957-386
Predsjednica Foruma mladih Stolac

 

Svečano otvaranje
26.juli (četvrtak) 2012. godine u 21.15 sati
Stolac, Uzinovići, kuća HIDR 1

Međunarodni forum Bosna, uz saradnju i podršku više organizacija iz zemlje i svijeta, organizirao je Sedmu međunarodnu ljetnu školu "Mladi i naslijeđe" Ćuprija 2012. Ovaj program je organiziran u Stocu, Mostaru i Sarajevu od 26. jula – 8. augusta 2012. godine.

U program su uključene obrazovne, radne i rekreacijske aktivnosti sudionika. Trideset mladića i djevojaka – studenata, deset profesora iz zemlje i svijeta, te pet organizacijskih voditelja uključeni su u realiziranje ovog programa. Cilj ovog programa je promicanje i razvijanje teoretskih i praktičnih znanja o pluralnom društvu i različitim utemeljenjima toleriranja i štićenja kulturnih razlika. Uz to,  proučavana su i raspravljana pitanja vladavine prava i demokratskog legitimiranju vlasti te odnosa modernosti i tradicije. U toku radnih aktivnosti sudionici su bili uključeni u dugoročne projekte valoriziranja, štićenja i obnavljanja kulturnog i prirodnog naslijeđa Stoca i njegove okoline. U okviru školskih programa organizirane su i tri radionice – Peta stolačka drvorezbarska radionica, Druga stolačka radionica umjetničke obrade metala i Prva stolačka radionica bosanske ljubavne pjesme.

 

Educational Workshop 1
Memoryscapes and Social Development
Lecturer Amra Hadžimuhamedović
July 28th, 2012, at 17:00-19:45
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School on Youth and Heritage was included a workshop on The Relations between Memory and social Development-Related Pressures in Historical Urban Landscapes. The workshop was been held from 17:00 - 19:45 o'clock on July 28th, 2012, at the HIDR 1 Stolac. The workshop was led by Amra Hadžimuhamedović (Sarajevo).

This workshop is intended as a response to the challenges of the global revolution in visual culture, as it affects historical urban landscapes (historical urban landscape or HUL is a category of heritage defined recently by International Council on Monuments and Sites ICOMOS) in which the "codes and icons of the everyday—found on the streets in graffiti, signage, waste, tattoos, advertising, and graphic design," high and great; speedy and virtual, exclusiveness and warfare – push into oblivion the complexity of the memoryscapes that give a place the meaning of homeland. Memoryscapes is a term coined here to explain one of the intrinsic meanings of place present in its understanding from Aristotle's notion of topos and the ancient Roman category of the genius loci to the very recent reception of cultural environment in the Faro convention on the value of cultural heritage for society in 2005. Using the case of one of the most dramatic struggles between cultural memory and oblivion in modern history – the Bosnian case – the following questions of universal applicability will be opened up for discussion: How long can the power of cultural memory reflected in historical urban landscape continue to outweigh the power of its particular components, even those that are aggressive removals and infills affecting that landscape? What are the potential consequences of the destruction of historical urban landscapes for the future of a society?

Amra Hadžimuhamedović (Sarajevo) teaches History and Theory of Architecture and Architectural Conservation at the International University of Sarajevo and holds the post of Commissioner for the Preservation of National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The fields of her professional interest are Bosnian architecture and integrated architectural conservation in war-torn societies. She is also a recognised expert in the theory and philosophy of conservation, as well as in human rights in the field of cultural heritage, topics on which she has been a guest lecturer at numerous universities and institutes in Europe, the USA and Israel. She has been involved in more than 70 projects in architecture, urban planning and architectural conservation. Her published works include the books: Human Rights and the Destruction of Cultural Memory, ed. (2005), The Commission to Preserve National Monuments ed. (2003), Crime in Stolac Municipality (2000, 1996), Heritage and Identity, ed. (1998) as well as more than a hundred papers.


Educational Workshop 2
Perspectives for Social, Cultural, and Political Reconstruction in the Southern Mediterranean
Lecturer Aref Ali Nayed
July 31st, 2012, at 11.00-13.30
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School Youth and Heritage was included workshop at which has been presented and discussed questions on local and global affects of contemporary political changes in North African and Middle East countries unto political order of the world. Understanding Among Jews, Christians and the Muslim: Within a Muslim View. The workshop was be held from 11:00 - 13:30 on 1st of August, 2012, at the HIDR 1 Stolac. The workshop was been presented by Aref Ali Nayed (Dubai).

The recent events in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya captivated the attention of the whole world. They were experienced by many as threatening, and by others as a promise of a new epoch in Mediterranean relations. Following the events in Libya, they were experienced as synergic events in which both the international community and the local communities took active part. How can this positive synergy be maintained and directed towards the political, social, and cultural reconstruction of these three North African countries? What sort of new relationships are needed in the immediate North African context, but also in their wider Mediterranean, European, Arab, and global contexts? How should political, social and cultural rehabilitation and reconstruction be approached in the wake of such major political changes? What are the best ways to integrate the intellectual communities in these areas with international structures of education and research?

Aref Ali Nayed (Dubai) is the Libyan Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates. He is member of the Board of Advisors of the prestigious Templeton Foundation, Senior Advisor to the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme at the University of Cambridge, and Fellow of the Royal Aal Al-Bayt Institute in Jordan. He was formerly a professor at the Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies in Rome, and the International Institute for Islamic Thought and Civilization, Malaysia.

 

Educational Workshop 4
THE MEANING OF RELIGION IN PUBLIC LIFE
Lecturer Mile Babić
July 2nd, 2012, at 17.00-19.45
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School Youth and Heritage was included an educational workshop on the Meaning of Religion in Public Life. The workshop was been held from 17:00 - 19:45 o'clock on August 3rd 2012, at the HIDR 1 Stolac. The workshop was been presented by Father Mile Babić (Sarajevo).

A plural society involves groups, associations and organisations, as well as structures at various political levels, bringing together individuals from different religious backgrounds or none. In ideal circumstances, the political order in a plural society should provide a forum for individuals and groups to express freely and develop the differences that mark them out, in such a way that their right to freedom does not impinge on anyone else's. Social pluralism and the role of organised religious communities within it can be subject to a range of interpretations. These intepretations stretch from advocating various forms of individualism to advocating various forms of collectivism. How should one evaluate the experiences of the 20th century with regard to realising human rights in plural societies? Which forms of religious advocacy protect and foster individual freedom, and which threaten it? How should religious faith be presented in the public sphere of a plural society, so as to promote openness, tolerance, and solidarity?

Mile Babić (Sarajevo) is a priest, Bosnian Franciscan and a professor of theology. He has been teaching at the School of Franciscan Theology in Sarajevo since 1997. He is an editor of the "Jukić" Journal, and Head of the Department for Dialogue with other Religions at the Franciscan Institute for the Culture of Peace.

 

Educational Workshop 5
Modernity, Science and Religion
Lecturer Rusmir Mahmutćehajić
August 2nd , 2012, at 17:00-19:45
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School Youth and Heritage was included a workshop at which was been presented and discussed questions on the relations between Modernity, Science and Religion. The workshop was been held from 17:00-19:45 o'clock, August 3th, 2012 at the HIDR 1 Stolac. The workshop was been presented by Prof. Rusmir Mahmutćehajić (Sarajevo).

Science and Religion are constitutive concepts of modernity. The perspectives of both these concepts are over determined by ideological structures of thought. In certain aspects, they are incompatible; in others they are fully compatible. At the heart of any discussion regarding them lies the relationship between Reason and Faith. How is the relationship between Science and Religion to be interpreted in different philosophical traditions? Why has deconstruction become our predominant way of understanding this relationship? Why is it necessary to have insight into the theory of science and an understanding of the different approaches to science possible within different religious, philosophical, and intellectual traditions? What space is there within our modern identity systems for the values of anthropo-cosmological outlooks pertinent to traditional doctrines? How can the experience of science, as a tradition based in one particular culture, contribute to the deconstruction of the reified forms of "Islam" and other ideologised forms of "Religion" and so to the rediscovery of a positive and constructive relationship between faith and knowledge?

Rusmir Mahmutćehajić (Sarajevo) is a university professor and the current president of International Forum Bosnia. The fields of his professional interest are applied physics and the digital modeling of electro-magnetic phenomena. He is also a recognised expert in perennial philosophy, the phenomenology of religion, and Bosnian sacred tradition. His books include: Maintaining the Sacred Centre: The Bosnian City of Stolac (2011); Across the River: On the Poetry of Mak Dizdar (2011); On the Other: A Muslim View (2011); On Love in the Muslim Tradition (2007); The Mosque: The Heart of Submission (2006); Learning from Bosnia: Approaching Tradition (2005); Sarajevo Essays: Politics, Ideology and Tradition (2003); Bosnia the Good: Tolerance and Tradition (2000); The Denial of Bosnia (2000); Living Bosnia: Political Essays and Interviews (1995).

 

Educational Workshop
Looking at the Landscape: a Brief Exercise in Bosnian Placedness
Lecturer Safet Hadžimuhamedović
August 3rd , 2012, at 17:00-19:45
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School Youth and Heritage was included a workshop on Bosnian sacral geography. The workshop was been held from 17:00-19:45 o'clock, August 3rd, 2012. at the House of International Dialogue and Reconciliation 1 in Stolac. The workshop was organised by the anthropologist Safet Hadžimuhamedović (Goldsmiths, University of London).

How does space become place? What are the particular elements of landscape which engage in history? Through a short participant observation exercise in the town of Stolac and discussions about the idea of internalised places informed through Bosnian examples, this workshop invites for a re-imagining of sacred Bosnian geography as the answer to the modern violence inflicted upon it. In times when the understanding of landscape is broken, when memory, tradition and spirituality become confusing and historiographies seem to make the quest more difficult and such knowledge even less discernible, the workshop examines the usefulness of returning to the basic elements of human relationship with the Universe and threading the answers from there like a ball of yarn. Throughout the discussions, examples of the resilient Bosnian 'landscaped history' will be juxtaposed to the personal experiences of the participants, proposing that the inherited time and space are intimately related to our humanness, and that such intimacy empowers the co-existence of plural identities. The workshop looks at the centuries-old model for peace, to be found in Bosnia, without the need to import it from elsewhere.

Safet Hadžimuhamedović (Sarajevo) is an anthropologists foremost interested in explorations of space, place and landscape as they pertain to memory. He is currently completing his doctoral thesis on sacred Bosnian geography at Goldsmiths, University of London and working as a research assistant on the ERC funded project Bosnian Bones, Spanish Ghosts: 'Transitional Justice' and the Legal Shaping of Memory after Two Modern Conflicts'. Safet holds an MPhil degree in Anthropology from the University of Cambridge and BA degrees in History of Art and Sociology from the University of Sarajevo and studies at Kenyon College.

 

Workshop 6
Religion and Culture: A Question of Values
Lecturer Desmond Maurer
August 5th, 2012 at 17.00-19.45
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School Youth and Heritage was included a workshop "Religion and Culture: A Question of Values". That  was held from 17:00 - 19:45 o'clock on August 5th 2012, at the HIDR 1 Stolac. The workshop was been presented by Desmond Maurer (Sarajevo).

Like Mark Twain's, reports of the death of God seem to have been somewhat exaggerated. The last fifty years have seen both a resurgence of committed adherence to the major faiths and a spread of generalised spirituality of various forms, involving both extreme personalisation and depersonalisation of the representations of the divine. Sociological and anthropological analysis tends to view religious belief through the prism of culture, as a coding of societal values. In this workshop, we will look at some interpretations of religious belief and ritual in terms of values and particularly the relationship between images of God, images of power, and images of community. We will also look at how this approach may be applied to the so-called God Debate or the current resurgence of militant atheism in the Anglo-American world.

Desmond Maurer (Sarajevo), After completing his MA in Classics at the University of Edinburgh, Desmond Maurer went on to do postgraduate studies in Greek philosophy at Trinity College Dublin. He has lived in Bosnia since 1995, where he has worked for the UN system, taught in the English department of the University of Sarajevo, and been author, editor, or translator of a number of publications on economic, political, and literary topics. He is currently the Chair of the Centre for Historical Studies of International Forum Bosnia and is a PhD
candidate in Modern Croatian History at the University of Zagreb.

 

Educational Workshop 7
Translating the Other: Questions on Plural Society
Lecturer Nerin Dizdar
August 6th, 2012, at 17:00-19:45
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School on Youth and Heritage was included a workshop at which was been presented and discussed questions on Translating the Other in realtion to plural society. The workshop was been held from 17:00-19:45 o'clock, August 6th o2012 at the HIDR 1 Stolac. The workshop was presented by Nerin Dizdar (Stolac).
Popular or folk art can only be interpreted properly by relating its form and content to the general social context and destiny of the community that produced it, a destiny to which it bears witness. Oppression and discrimination are fertile sources of such mediate expressions of identity. The Bosnian folk masterpiece, Hasanaginica, is such an expression of identity in the face of oppression and injustice. When such masterworks are translated into other languages, they are necessarily appropriated into other cultural frames of reference and dominant discourses. The personal convictions or perspectives of the interpreters can significantly influence the translated version, introducing stereotypes and values foreign to the original context. Such misinterpretation can be inadvertent and unconscious or be a primary goal and the intended effect. The aim of the workshop is to look at ways in which the personal views of translators have affected and influenced the more general perceptions of native English speaking societies towards the community from which the works have been appropriated.

Nerin Dizdar (Stolac) is a native of Stolac in southern Bosnia. He completed his studies in English language and literature in 2007 at Dzemal Bijedic University in Mostar, where he has since been employed as a teaching assistant. He completed his Master's studies in Linguistics at the same University in 2011. He is in the process of completing his doctoral studies at Sarajevo University, with a focus on the problem of introducing or translating traditional linguistic elements from Bosnian into English. He is a member of the local Cantonal Assembly and is currently president of its Committee for Education, Culture and Sports.

 

JAVNI RADOVI
26. juli – 8. august 2012. godine
Stolac

Sudionici Sedme međunarodne ljetne škole "Mladi i naslijeđe: Ćuprija 2012" realizirali su i ove godine dio programa u kojem su uključeni radovi na javnim općinskim prostorima. Ovogodišnji javni radovi uključuju:
• Čišćenje korita rijeke Bregave;
• Čišćenje, istraživanje i zaštita ruševina četiri spomenika kulture u Stocu: Podgradska mlinica, Sahat-kula, Hamam i stambeni dvori HIDR 2.

Projekat Međunarodna ljetna škola "Mladi i naslijeđe: Ćuprija 2012" izvorno je nastao iz lokalnog i međunarodnog pothavata koji se odnosi na razumijevanje i promicanje bosanskog pluralnog društva. S obzirom na to, programi škole su presudno doprinijeli zaštiti i rekonstrukciji stolačkog kulturnog naslijeđa, pri čemu naročito treba naglasiti uključenost u rekonstrukciju već spomenuti stolačkih spomenika kao i u rekonstrukciju sljedećih: džamije - Čaršijska, Podgradska, Ćuprijska i Uzinovićka; mektebi – Čaršijski, Ćuprijski i Uzinovički; kuće – Podgradski konak, Vakuf Hadži-Junuzage Mehmedbašića u Bradama i HIDR 1; greblja – iznad Poljubske crkve, na Bokulji, na Gorici, u Donjoj Bitunji i na Nekuku. Sve navedene djelatnosti zamišljene i vođene su kao podrška obnovi građanskog povjerenja i ponovnom otkrivanju vrijednosti stolačkog pluralnog društva. Javnim radovima ove godine organizatori Škole namjeravaju nastaviti podršku susretanju i razmjeni mladih ljudi u prostorima za čiju su budućnost odgovorni, te ih obrazovati o vrijednostima kulturnih različitosti.

 

THE SECOND STOLAC WORKSHOP OF ARTISAN CRAFTS
July 26th – August 8th 2012
Stolac, Podgradski Konak - the reconstructed Vakuf of Hajji Alija Šarić in Stolac

The International Forum Bosnia, with the co-operation and support of a number of organisations from Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad, was held the Seventh International Summer School on Youth and Heritage, Stolac 2012.

This year's programme was included the Second Stolac Workshop of Artisan Crafts. All participants of the Stolac 2012 programme were took part in this workshop, which was been held at the Podgradski Konak (the reconstructed Vakuf of Hajji Alija Šarić) in Stolac. Participants were learned traditional metalworking skills and decorative techniques, as practised throughout the ages in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This workshop provides a rare hands-on opportunity for young people to engage with the region's rich heritage of artisan crafts through practical application, in a supportive and professional environment.

The Second Stolac Workshop of Artisan Crafts was been led by Juliet Walker and Saša Dedić.

 

THE FIFTH STOLAC WOODCARVING WORKSHOP
July 26th – August 8th 2012
Stolac, The Hadži Junuz-aga Mehmedbašić Endowment House at Brade

The International Forum Bosnia, with the co-operation and support of a number of organisations from Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad, was held the Seventh International Summer School on Youth and Heritage, Stolac 2012.

This year's programme was included the Fifth Stolac Woodcarving Workshop, running for the fifth year. All participants of the Stolac 2012 programme were took part in this workshop. It was been held at the International Youth Centre for Cultural Heritage and Education (The Hadži Junuz-aga Mehmedbašić Endowment House at Brade). Participants of the workshop were learned about the different forms and symbols used in domestic woodcarving. A number of items of domestic woodcarving were been made by the participants, according to documentation and drawings prepared especially for the workshop. The Stolac workshop was been conducted by Srebren Sidran.

 

THE FIRST STOLAC WORKSHOP OF BOSNIAN LOVE SONGS
Artists: Amira Medunjanin and Boško Jović
August 1st, 2012, at 17.00-19.45
Stolac, Uzinovići, HIDR 1

The Seventh International Summer School on Youth and Heritage was included a workshop at which was been presented and discussed questions on Bosnian love songs (Sevdalinka). The workshop was been held from 17:00 - 19:45 on 1st of August, 2012 at the HIDR Stolac. The workshop was presented by Amira Medunjanin and Boško Jović .
The workshop aims to demonstrate the central place of Bosnian love songs, normally termed sevdah or sevdalinka, within Bosnian culture as a whole, as well as explore the various ways in which they reflect basic existential questions. The workshop leaders were consider these Bosnian love songs in both their historical and wider cultural contexts.

Amira Medunjanin (Sarajevo) was born at a time when the popularity of traditional music in former Yugoslavia was at high tide, and Sevdah, or Bosnian love songs, held a special place for her. The Sevdah songs she learned from her mother were amongst the most beautiful. Her fascination with the oral tradition of Bosnia led her to devote herself to creating a unique voice within Sevdah to explore its expressive capacity to the full. She spent years searching in vain for people who shared her ideas about Sevdah and for the best way to present it. Dubbed "Bosnia's Billie Holiday" by music journalist and author Garth Cartwright, the comparison reflects the way in which Amira turns Sevdah inside out, finding new contexts and forms within a tradition that is hundreds of years old. Discography: A Secret Gate (2003 Connecting Cultures); guest appearance; Rosa (2005 Snail Records); Live (2008 Gramofon) @ Jazz Fest Sarajevo; Zumra (2009 Harmonia Mundi/World Village); Amulette (2010 Harmonia Mundi/World Village) in collaboration with Bojan Zulfikarpasic, Nenad Vasilic, Bachar Khalife, Vlatko Stefanovski, Kim Burton and Walter Quintus.
Boško Jović (Sarajevo) graduated under Professor Zoran Krajisnik and earned his Master's degree under Professor Alexander Swete at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo, where he also graduated from the Department of Musicology/Ethnomusicology. He further honed his skills in seminars held by famous music educators Roland Dyens, Rafael Andia, Denis Azabagić, Istvan Romer, Vera Ogrizović, Martin Myslavicek and many others. Since 1994 he has performed as a soloist with the Chamber Symphonic Orchestra in Zenica. He has frequently performed as soloist with the String Orchestra 2007 and the Sarajevo Philharmonics. He has played with numerous chamber ensembles, most notably in a duo with the excellent lutenist Edin Karamazov. He often shares the stage with ethno, jazz and pop musicians, and has performed all over Europe. Boško currently works as a guitar teacher at the Secondary School of Music in Sarajevo.

 

Svečano zatvaranje škole
06. august (ponedjeljak) 2012. godine u 21.30 sati
Stolac, Uzinovići, kuća HIDR 1

Međunarodni forum Bosna, uz saradnju i podršku više organizacija iz zemlje i svijeta, organizirao je Sedmu međunarodnu ljetnu školu "Mladi i naslijeđe" Ćuprija 2012. Ovaj program organiziran je u Stocu, Mostaru i Sarajevu od 26. jula – 8. augusta 2012.

U program su uključene obrazovne, radne i rekreacijske aktivnosti sudionika. Trideset mladića i djevojaka – studenata, deset profesora iz zemlje i svijeta, te pet organizacijskih voditelja uključeni su u realiziranje ovog programa. Cilj ovog programa je promicanje i razvijanje teoretskih i praktičnih znanja o pluralnom društvu i različitim utemeljenjima toleriranja i štićenja kulturnih razlika. Uz to, proučavana su i raspravljana pitanja vladavine prava i demokratskog legitimiranju vlasti te odnosa modernosti i tradicije. U toku radnih aktivnosti sudionici su uključeni u dugoročne projekte valoriziranja, štićenja i obnavljanja kulturnog i prirodnog naslijeđa Stoca i njegove okoline. U okviru školskih programa organizirane su i tri radionice – Peta stolačka drvorezbarska radionica, Druga stolačka radionica umjetničke obrade metala i Prva stolačka radionica bosanske ljubavne pjesme.

Zatvaranje Škole je predviđeno kao svečani čin ispraćaja sudionika uz prisustvo gostiju iz zemlje i svijeta. Sudionici Škole su na prikladan način prikazali rezultate svoga rada i prijedloge za program „Mladi i naslijeđe" Ćuprija 2013. Sudionicima koji su dali najveći doprinos u stjecanju i primjeni znanja o pluralnom društvu bit će uručene prikladne nagrade.

 

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