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Katedra za povijest hrvatskog prava i države ljubazno Vas poziva na sudjelovanje na kolokviju

The Dialogues koji se naizmjenično organizira u suradnji sa Zavodom za ustavnu i pravnu povijest Pravnog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Beču. Ove se godine kolokvij u on-line formi odvija u organizaciji Katedre za povijest hrvatskog prava i države.

Kolokvij će se održati u SRIJEDU 16. lipnja 2021. od 13,00 do 16,00 sati:

Link: https://zoom.us/j/97537619681?pwd=OExnbzVjS1NLZDVWUWZablpUL2tNdz09
Meeting ID: 975 3761 9681
Passcode: 585956

Radovat će nas Vaše sudjelovanje.

U ime Katedre za povijest hrvatskog prava i države

Prof. dr. sc. Dalibor Čepulo

VIENNA – ZAGREB’S DIALOGUES 2021 - 16 June 2021, 13:00

PROGRAM

13:00-13:15 Prof. Dr. Lena Foljanty, Legal cultures in translation. Comparing 19th and 

         early 20th century Japan, China, and the Ottoman Empire

13:15-13:25  Discussion

13:30-13:45 Prof. dr. sc. Mirela Krešić, Being Muslim in Croatia: legal and institutional 

         framework of integration since legal recognition of Islam in 1916

13:45-13:55  Discussion

14:00-14:15 Dr. Sebastian Spitra, After the Great War. International Law in Austria's 

                     First Republic 1918 - mid 1920ies

14:15-14:25  Discussion

14:30-14:45  Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Kosnica, Croatian legal tradition and citizenship law in the 

         Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (1918-1928)

14:45-14:55  Discussion

15:00-15:15  Dr. Stefan Wedrac, Austrian commercial law and the legislative 

          approximation between Austria and Germany, 1918-1938

15:15-15:25  Discussion

15:30-15:45  Doc. dr. sc. Dunja Milotić, Basic features of the general part of the Criminal Code 

          of Yugoslavia of 1929 

15:45-15:55  Discussion

PARTICIPANTS

Prof. Dr. Lena Foljanty holds the professorship for globalisation and legal pluralism at the University of Vienna and is head of the Max Planck Research Group “Translations and Transitions: Legal Practice in 19th Century Japan, China, and the Ottoman Empire”. Her main research concerns the history of globalisation, contemporary legal history and the history of legal theory, method and practice.

Prof. dr. sc. Ivan Kosnica is an Associate Professor at the Chair for History of Croatian Law and State at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. His main research interest is history of citizenship in Croatian context and in comparative perspective in the period from 1848 onwards. His researches also include history of citizens’ rights and administration from 1848 until 1941.

 

Prof. dr. sc. Mirela Krešić is an Associate Professor at the Chair for History of Croatian Law and State and Head of the Institute of Legal History and Roman Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. Her research interests focus on the Croatian legal history especially in the field of private law (e.g. inheritance law and commercial law), women´s legal history and legal history of the Croatian Muslim community.

 

Doc. dr. sc. Dunja Milotić is an Assistant Professor at the Chair for History of Croatian Law and State at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. Her research interest focus on the history of criminal law, particularly trial by jury in Istria and Dalmatia from 1848 to 1918, and criminal law in the Yugoslav State between the two World Wars, as well as commercial law of the same period.

Dr. Sebastian Spitra holds a post-doc position at the Institute for Legal and Constitutional Law at the University of Vienna. He has completed his LL.M. at the University of Michigan and his focus of research is i.a. on the history of international law, legal protection of cultural heritage and the intellectual history of law.

 

Dr. Stefan Wedrac holds a post-doc position at the Legal Sources Research Center at the University of Vienna. Until 2019 he worked as an academic employee of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. His research focus i. a. on the history of the late Habsburg monarchy, the history of health insurances and the history of Italy and the Italians in Austria-Hungary.

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