The Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU) is a cutting-edge academic institution in central, east and southeast Europe. Overarching 18 independent but interconnected research institutes, it has a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary character; in addition to the humanities, its spheres of research also cover the natural and social sciences. ZRC SAZU activities are incorporated into global research circles, thanks not only to their knowledge, experience, and skills but also to high-quality and modern technical equipment. As a public research institute, its work has been funded through project financing. The doctoral programme Comparative Study of Ideas and Cultures is offered by the ZRC SAZU Graduate School. It includes modules in anthropology, archaeology, philosophy, linguistics, cultural history, lexicography, and Slovenian studies. In cooperation with the University of Nova Gorica, ZRC SAZU also offers a doctoral programme in Karst Studies (also a UNESCO chair) and participates in the international Master’s programme in Migrations and Intercultural Connections (an Erasmus Mundus programme).
Contact persons: Ana Hofman, Jovana Mihajlović Trbovc
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