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The Faculty’s annual, award-giving ceremony and public recognition of excellency in research, teaching and professional work, took place on Wednesday, September 28 th , as the formal session of the Faculty Council. The formal session was presided over by the Faculty dean Gloria Vickov, and vice deans Antonela Marić, Ina Reić-Ercegovac and Vedran Barbarić. The ceremony was attended by the University of Split rector, Dragan Ljutić, University vice-rectors Đurđica Miletić, Goran Kardum, and Željko Radić, as well as many other professors emeriti, employees, students and other guests.
The 8th inter-county expert gathering of history teachers in the counties of Zadar, Šibenik-Knin, Split-Dalmatia and Dubrovnik-Neretva, took place on Friday, June 30, 2022, at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split.  From ancient tyrannies to contemporary totalitarianisms  - was the official title of this one-day symposium, co-organized by the Education and Teacher Training Agency (Zagreb) and the Faculty's Department of History. Program Photo gallery
The promotion of the monograph  Croatian-Italian Philological Studies  in honor of Professor Emerita Ljerka Šimunković will take place on the ground floor of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, on June 30, 2022 (Thursday) at 6:30 p.m. The presenters include full professor Nedjeljka Balić-Nižić, full prof, professor emeritus Joško Božanić, and editors associate professors Maja Bezić and Snježana Bralić.
The First Grammar School, in collaboration with  the Mediterranean Film Festival's  Kino Mediteran project ,  will present the public screening of the School's first motion picture film, adaptation of Shakespeare’s  A Midsummer Night’s Dream . With high school students in lead roles, the premiere of  A Midsummer Night's Dream  will take place at the Bačvice Open-Air Cinema on Monday, June 27th, starting at 9:30 p.m.
On June 18, 2022, two promotions took place for university Masters who completed their graduate studies at our Faculty in 2021. 196 Masters were promoted in a festive atmosphere in front of parents, relatives and friends. Teachers and students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences also attended the graduation ceremony. Congratulations to the Masters! Photo gallery
The exhibition " Ante Mandarić - spaces of artistic search " will open Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at 8 pm, at the  Emanuel Vidović Gallery  on Poljana Kraljice Jelene 4 in Split.  The exhibition, open to visitors from June 21 to August 21, 2022, is produced by the Split City Museum (with Ms. Branka Brekalo as its acting director), and authored by Dalibor Prančević, associate professor at the Faculty's Department of Art History, and curated by Nela Žižić, SCM advisor .  Ante Mandarić was born in Knin in 1948. His artistic sensibilities were formed at the School of Applied Arts, Department of Sculpture. He became active as an artist in the local circles in 1977: after participating in a number of group exhibitions, in 1979 he organized his first solo exhibition at the HDLUS Gallery, or Salon "Galić". "From then until the end of his life, in 2016, he remained an active protagonist of the city's artistic life, intriguing the audience with frequent changes in his own artistic mood and expression. His style ranged from the existentialist dark phase of saturated paintings, to drawings with luminous layers and lazure applications of watercolor paints, as well as constructively painted compositions. There is also a separate chapter on the sculptural work of Ante Mandarić; his works vary in their morphology from the synthetic volumes of female nudes, through the extremely intimate and miniature heads of known and unknown artists of Mandarić's day, to the unusual facial constructions of an undeniably important colored layer. ”(Dr Dalibor Prančević)  The author of the exhibition Dalibor Prančević chose 88 paintings, drawings and sculptures for this first posthumous exhibition of Ante Mandarić, to present the artist's oeuvre from 1977 to 2007. The exhibition is not based on a precise chronological sequence, but "on the meeting and dialogue of different segments of his works, with a common theme, impression or similarity (or lack thereof) in aesthetic. ” (Dr Dalibor Prančević)
The lectures will take place June 15, 2022 in the Faculty hall P2, at the following times: 17:30 - Mate Božić - "THE CROATIAN CHECKERBOARD -  FROM THE BATTLE OF KRBAVA FIELD IN 1494 TO ST. MARK'S   SQUARE IN 1990" 18:30 - Maja Galić and Bruna Periš - „HOLY ICON - PRAYING IN COLOR"    The lectures are organized by the Alumni Association of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split, the Croatian Nobility Association - the city of Split branch, and the History Students Association "Thomas the Archdeacon".  We look forward to your arrival and participation!   Invitation to an interactive lecture
The orchestra and soloists of the University of Split's Academy of Arts thrilled a numerous audience gathered  on the ground floor of our Faculty on June 9th, to hear select numbers from J. Offenbach's operetta  Orpheus in the Underworld.  The young singers and instrumentalists, directed by maestro Hari Zlodre, thus brought to a close a month-long  Friendship in May  series of events at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split. Photo gallery and videos from the final concert
On Friday, June 10, 2022 at 6 pm in classroom P16, professor Dan Zeman from the University of Warsaw will give a lecture titled Contextualism and Relativism: Latest Arguments and Developments , in the field of philosophy of language. Professor Zeman's lecture is part of regular activities organized by the  Berislav Žarnić  research center. More information can be found at the Center's website:
The presentation of the book by author Andreja Bubić " Always the same sea, never the same wave " ( Uvik isto more, nikad isti val ) (2022) will take place on June 14, 2022 (Tuesday) starting at 7.30 pm at the Klis Fortress. The book is published by the publishing house Redak d.o.o. from Split.
The Student Center Split, on June 1, 2022, organized a large pub quiz, which took place at the Campus restaurant.
On May 19, 2022, in front of the Faculty of HUmanities and Social Sciences building as a part of the month-long Friendship in May events, with the aim of cooperation and encouraging interdisciplinarity and presentation to the local community, students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Mandolin Ensemble of the Art Academy in Split presented their colage program. This unique collaboration is driven by the desire to better networking of students and to present student achievements. Students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Emilija Milat (vocals), Stipe Trogrlić (guitar) and Matea Kero (recital) introduced themselves to the audience with their performance. The following students of the UMAS mandolin ensemble performed with the collage program: Tanja Puharić, Ana Mlačić, Hana Klančnik, Luka Elez and Lucija Majić, under the mentorship of  Ivana Kenk Kalebić, Ph.D., art., Assistant Professor.
On May 14, 2022 two promotions were held for university bachelors who completed their undergraduate studies at our Faculty in 2021. In a festive atmosphere, 184 bachelors were promoted in front of parents, relatives and friends. Teachers and students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences also attended the graduation ceremony. Congratulations to the bachelors! Photo gallery