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The Croatian islands Vis and Cres as paradigms of Mediterranean island studies


Vince-Pallua, Jelka
The Croatian islands Vis and Cres as paradigms of Mediterranean island studies // Imagining the Mediterranean: Challenges and Perspectives / Jurčević, Katica, Kaliterna Lipovčan, Ljiljana, Ramljak, Ozana (ur.).
Zagreb: Institue of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, VERN Group, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Sceintific Council of Anthropological Research (HAZU), Euro-Mediterrranean Academic Network (EMAN), 2017. str. 37-45


Naslov
The Croatian islands Vis and Cres as paradigms of Mediterranean island studies

Autori
Vince-Pallua, Jelka

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Imagining the Mediterranean: Challenges and Perspectives

Urednik/ci
Jurčević, Katica, Kaliterna Lipovčan, Ljiljana, Ramljak, Ozana

Izdavač
Institue of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, VERN Group, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Sceintific Council of Anthropological Research (HAZU), Euro-Mediterrranean Academic Network (EMAN)

Grad
Zagreb

Godina
2017

Raspon stranica
37-45

ISBN
978-953-7964-44-3

Ključne riječi
Island studies, Mediterranean islands, Island/Mainland, Adriatic, Mental geography/ethnography, Peripherality

Sažetak
The Mediterranean is one of the three main parts of the world (the other being the Scandinavian and American part) where at the end of the 20th century island studies developed – the so called niso(no)logy, a multidisciplinary science with islands in its focus. From that time the growth of academic writing on islands has increased. Many Western mainlanders’ concepts about islands – such as isolation, peripherality, insularity, small size, small society, dependence, fragility, paradise, archaic, conservative, remote, uninhabited etc. –can be qualified as uncritical and as taking for granted powerful yet colonial images. In this contribution two Croatian islands – Vis and Cres – are being considered as the paradigms of Mediterranean island studies. It is mostly done on the basis of the testimonies of Western mainlander, Italian theologian, naturalist and famous explorer and traveler abbot Alberto Fortis from Padua in Italy who, at the end of the 18th century, visited the Eastern part of the Adriatic Sea. On the basis of Fortis' colonial mental geography/ethnography of the islands Vis and Cres, imaginative mapping of ourselves and others, the author of the article gives the answers to some crucial contemporary island studies concepts as reflected when (re)thinking the (Mediterranean) islands. Besides the well known examples of the islands like Trobriand, Samoa or Andaman islands known to have paved the way for the birth of cultural anthropology, the Croatian island of Cres is revealed as the one to have grounded the Adriatic foundation to European ethnology/cultural anthropology presented here as the newly introduced science in 18th century Europe.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Etnologija i antropologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb

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Vince-Pallua, Jelka
The Croatian islands Vis and Cres as paradigms of Mediterranean island studies // Imagining the Mediterranean: Challenges and Perspectives / Jurčević, Katica, Kaliterna Lipovčan, Ljiljana, Ramljak, Ozana (ur.).
Zagreb: Institue of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, VERN Group, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Sceintific Council of Anthropological Research (HAZU), Euro-Mediterrranean Academic Network (EMAN), 2017. str. 37-45
Vince-Pallua, J. (2017) The Croatian islands Vis and Cres as paradigms of Mediterranean island studies. U: Jurčević, Katica, Kaliterna Lipovčan, Ljiljana, Ramljak, Ozana (ur.) Imagining the Mediterranean: Challenges and Perspectives. Zagreb, Institue of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, VERN Group, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Sceintific Council of Anthropological Research (HAZU), Euro-Mediterrranean Academic Network (EMAN), str. 37-45.
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