University of Zagreb
The University of Zagreb is a comprehensive university with 33 faculties, more than 7000 staff and 80000 students. As the top one in Croatia, it is ranked in the Shanghai list’s top 500 universities. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (one of the 33 faculties of the University), is the oldest and the largest of them (more than 7000 students, more than 750 staff, 24 departments, several centres). IRCLAMA (the International Research Centre for Late Antiquity and Middle Ages) is a research centre of the University.
The group involved in the proposal is an interdisciplinary group, employed at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Art History, department of Psychology, Department of Sociology, Department for Information sciences and museology. The group gathers within the International Research Centre for late antiquity and Middle Ages, University of Zagreb. The Centre, founded in 1993, has no paid staff, it uses the facilities of the rectorate of Zagreb university, owns a specialised library and equipment for field research. It applies for competitive projects (has led an FP6, two Erasmus+ projects, more than 10 national and international projects, more than 20 bilateral and trilateral international projects, and has participated as partner in many international projects such as Horizon 2020). The Centre hosts doctoral and postdoctoral students through Humboldt, DAAD, Fulbright, Marie Curie… It organises each year various field research and workshops involving students from different departments, as well as international students. The Centre organises a yearly international colloquium from 1994, and publishes the scientific journal Hortus Artium Medievalium, from 1994, the series Dissertationes et Monographiae from 2000, the series Corpus Architecturae Europae from 2009.