Kapusta Malenka Docka dollKapusta_coverWe are inviting you to the poetry reading on Friday May 11th at 7 p.m. at Booksa (14 D Marticeva street) where Canadina poet Erín Moure will give a performance reading of her poetry.

Invitation to the

You are cordially invited to attend the “Page, Stage, Screen, Voice: A Canadian Studies Seminar” where six prominent Canadian speakers discuss subjects concerning: theatrical nationhood as a mechanism for creating a sense of appropriative indigeneity in settler Canadians; education as colonization in Indigenous memoirs from residential schools; the Indigenous comic as a means of disruption of settler colonial discourses and restorying the past and unsettling the present; National Film Board of Canada’s short films that take up questions of auto/biographical representation in the digital era; the possibility of poetry being deployed as theatre that seeks to obliterate the linearity of narrative and efface viewpoints; and the juxtaposition of the recorded intimate oral history of the early 1960s TISH poetry community which emphasizes the role of women vs. the public history of the single-authored, print-based narratives.

The Seminar Will Take Place in:

Zagreb, on 12th May 2018, Saturday, 9.15 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
Location: University of Zagreb, Trg Republike Hrvatske 14, 10 000 Zagreb


Osijek, 14th May 2018, Monday, 8.00 a.m. – 14.00 p.m.
Location: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Lorenza Jägera 9, 31 000 Osijek

with Guest Speakers:
Andrew Burke (University of Winnipeg),
Alan D. Filewod (University of Guelph),
Erín Moure,
Candida Rifkind (University of Winnipeg),
Karis Shearer (University of British Columbia, Okanagan), and
Linda Warley (University of Waterloo).

The Croatian-Canadian Association for Canadian Studies would like to thank the Canadian Embassy in Croatia for their support in the organization of this seminar.

PROGRAM Page, Stage, Screen, Voice – A Canadian Studies Seminar (pdf)

INVITATION Page, Stage, Screen, Voice – A Canadian Studies Seminar (pdf)


le 6 mars 19h Cinéma Tuškanac, Tuškanac 1 Projection du film documentaire canadien « Every Living Thing » (film en anglais avec des sous-titres français et croates; Lloyd Salomone, producteur du film sera présent)
le 17 mars 19h Médiathèque française, Trg Petra Preradovića 5 Ouverture de l’exposition de Jo Ann Lanneville, artiste québécoise (Jo Ann Lanneville parlera en français). L’exposition sera ouverte jusqu’au 24 mars.
le 24 mars 19h Médiathèque française, Trg Petra Preradovića 5 Conférence de prof. Evaine Le Calvé-Ivičević, (Université de Zagreb), « Québec : gardien de sa tradition, tourné vers la diversité » (Prof. Le Calvé-Ivičević fera une présentation PowerPoint en français).


Prochains événements canadiens:
le 13 novembre,16h-17h30 cinéma Tuškanac „Juste la fin du monde“ de Xavier Dolan, film canadien, dans le cadre du Festival du Film de Zagreb
le 13 novembre,21h30-23h cinéma Europa „Old Stone“ de Johnny Ma, film canadien, dans le cadre du Festival du Film de Zagreb
le 17 novembre8h-18h Maison de l’Europe „C’est comme cela que nous nous y prenons », séminaire organisé par MEDIA Office, avec la participation de 3 représentants canadiens de l’industrie du film
le 18 novembre9h-16h Maison de l’Europe (tbc) Evénement BtoB, avec la participation de 2 représentants de maisons de production canadiennes : Lindsay Peters (Frontieres Co-Production Market) et Jelena Popovic (NFB Animation Studio)
le 19 novembre20h-21h30 cinéma Europa „Crash“ de D. Cronenberg, film canadien, Clôture du Festival du Film de Zagreb ; avec la participation de l’actrice canadienne Deborah Kara Ungar

mark_anthony_jarmanDrage članice i članovi,

S veseljem Vas pozivam ove srijede u Booksu, Martićeva 14d, na tribinu « Od Riječi do riječi » na kojoj će gostovati kanadski pisac Mark Anthony Jarman. Tribina počinje u 19 sati.

Više o tribini i Jarmanu možete pročitati u samoj najavi, link prilažem niže.

Srdačan pozdrav i veselim se vidjeti vas,

Vanja Polić - Od riječi do riječi: Mark Anthony Jarman

Facebook - Od riječi do riječi: Mark Anthony Jarman

Le Canada à Zagreb

Les commentaires sont fermés