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Title: The intensification of the accademic programmes specially related to the Mediterranean area led the University of Zagreb to the establishment of the CMS


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  • The intensification of the accademic programmes
    specially related to the Mediterranean area led
    the University of Zagreb to the establishment of
    the CMS Center for Mediterranean Studies in
    1996.
  • Situated in Dubrovnik, it is hosted by CAAS
    Center for Advanced Academic Studies
    (www.caas.unizg.hr), institution founded by the
    University of Zagreb that ownes and takes care of
    the building which is more than 100 years old.

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  • CMS is promoting specific cooperation
    initiatives, exchanges and dialogue, bringing
    together various universities, heritage-management
    institutions and cultural entities. It has a
    long tradition in organizing conferences, summer
    schools, courses and training seminars, all of
    which follow the concept of a Mediterranean
    region that includes the entire territory without
    any limits and divisions.
  • In accordance to that idea, the Centre is also
    cooperating with local and regional authorities
    as well as with numerous NGO's, thus enabling the
    diffusion of Mediterranean culture and taking
    care of welfare of the whole Mediterranean
    community.

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  • CMS projects mainly focus on- Mediterranean
    heritage,

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  • - Sephardic culture

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  • - maritime history and underwater archeology

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  • - history of Mediterranean medicine,

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  • - language

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  • and cooperate with accademies of science,
    universities, UNESCO, UNICEF, museums, cultural
    organizations and institutions, etc.

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THE MEDITERRANEAN MEMORYPROJECT
  • The relationship between Mediterranean countries
    and their people in the past can be analised from
    various sources. The testimony of the almost
    everyday contacts between our countries can be
    found in the travellers and pilgrims reports,
    avvisi from apostolic visitations e.g. or
    through mutual or even multi influences of
    music, paintings, art and crafts, language or
    customs in general. It is exactly the metissage
    or that wonderful interchange and interinfluence
    between people that creates the particular
    Mediterranean world which can be considered as
    one entire planet called Mare Nostrum.

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  • During it's long history, Croatia, no doubt,
    actively participated in the creation of
    Euro-Mediterranean cultural identity. Dubrovnik /
    Ragusa, urbs par excellence, is the city -
    example of several centuries long custody of
    immaterial and material heritage and not only of
    the Croats but rather of all Mediterranean
    countries. A great French historian, Fernand
    Braudel stressed the cities of Venice, Genoa and
    Ragusa/Dubrovnik as main factors of development
    of the Mediterranean basin in the 16th century.

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  • Today, Mediterranean, a cradle of our
    civilization, in spite of wars and migrations, is
    still a special entity.
  • In order to recuperate our relationships, so
    vivid in the past and no longer existing, Centre
    for Mediterranean Studies started a project
    Mediterranean Memory which aims to gather
    together all the Mediterranean cities where
    Ragusa had had its maritime consulates.
  • Just to mention briefly, Ragusa had more than 50
    maritime consulates in the 16th century along the
    Mediterranean basin and on the Atlantic.

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  • Maritime consulate of the Republic of Ragusa in
    the past
  • ALBANIA Duracchio, Valona
  • ALGERIA Oran
  • BULGARIA Jedrene
  • CYPRUS Cyprus
  • EGYPT Alexandria
  • FRANCE Marselle, Nice, Villafranche, Toulon,
    Corse
  • GREECE Corfu, Salonniche, Patras, Modon,
    Zante, Crete, Khios, Rhodos
  • ITALY Trieste, Venezia, Ancona, Pescara,
    Pesaro, Vieste, Trani, Ortona, Bari, Galipoli,
    Catania, Siracusa, Palermo, Trapani, ...
  • ISRAEL Acco
  • LEBANON Aleppo
  • LIBYA Tripolis
  • MALTA Malta
  • MOROCCO Maroccoo
  • PORTUGAL Lisbon
  • SPAIN Cadix, Malaga, Cartagena, Alicante,
    Valencia, Barcelona, Mallorca, Menorca
  • TUNISIA Tunisia

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  • The conference will take place from September,
    8th to 10th, 2010 and targeted participants are
    archival researchers and historians as well as
    Mayors of the invited cities.
  • The historians and researchers will tell us how
    much of our past relationships remained recorded,
    while the Mayors will explain future development
    strategies of their cities so that we can maybe
    establish our new nets of cooperation.
  • We invite you all to accept our invitation and
    join our project.

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And finally, welcome to Dubrovnik!
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