University of Belgrade

Mobility of University Heritage
XVIII UNIVERSEUM NETWORK MEETING
University of Belgrade, Serbia, 8-10 June 2017

UNIVERSEUM

 PROGRAM

08.06.2017, Thursday
Rectorate Building of the University of Belgrade

08.00 - 09.30       Registration and coffee

09.30 - 10.00       Conference opening, welcoming and introductory speeches

  • Academician Vladimir Bumbaširević
    Rector of the University of Belgrade
  • Dr Sofia Talas
    Universeum President


10.00 - 12.00        In-Depth Special Session “"Architectural Heritage, Recent Buildings and Large Installations”

Chair : Roland Wittje

10.00 - 10.30

  • Laila Zwisler,Technical University of Denmark, Protecting the built environment without killing the idea
  • Boris Jardine, University of Cambridge,  A “Dark and sordid muddle”: The new museums site in Cambridge and the problem of lost and radically altered scientific buildings
  • Jessica Burdge, University of St Andrews, Traditionalist architects at the University of St Andrews: an historical debate on the preservation of architectural heritage
  • Päivi Rainio, University of Helsinki, Historical values in danger? From historical interiors to modern multi-space offices
  • M.Devetaković, M.Radojević, A. Ciganović, University of Belgrade, Implementation of BIM technology in documenting university heritage buildings

10.30 - 11.00  Discussion

11.00  - 11.30

  • Federica Santagati, University of Catania, A Monumental Complex in Catania with a New "University Role":  Problems and Prospects
  • Elena Kitta, Evangelos Papoulias, Myrsini Pichou,National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,  A home to house a museum: history of the building
  • Olivera Eric, University of Arts in Belgrade, Marko Stojanovic house as a university art museum
  • E. Corradini, E.Endrighi,University of Modena and Reggio Emilia,Re-arrange university collections in historical buildings to strengthen the identity of universities. New projects for the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  • Eric Weidenhammer, University of Toronto,  A crypt for big machines: Inhabiting a  space where an accelerator was

11.30 - 12.00      Discussion

12.00 - 14.00      Lunch and guided Kalemegdan tour 

14.00 - 16.00     In-Depth Special Session “Human remains in university collections”

Chair: Marlen Mouliou

14.00 - 14.30

  • Reina De Raat, Utrecht University, In the Spirit of the Age: Human remains in the University Museum
  • Hans Hooijmaijers, Museum Boerhaave (Dutch National Museum for the History of Science and Medicine), What to show and what not
  • Matilda Fredriksson, Uppsala University, For whom are we to store, if we do not strive to study
  • Marek Bukowski, Medical University of Gdańsk, Human remains through the lens of museums of medical universities
  • Caroline Ducoureau, University of Montpellier, Human remains in the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier

14.30 - 15.00 Discussion

15.00 - 15.30

  • Neil Curtis, University of Aberdeen, What are human remains?
  • Nathalie Nyst, Free University of Brussels,  Skin, flesh, skeleton, relics…Human remains: how does it work in Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels Federation)
  • J. Kozakaitė, R. Jankauskas, Vilnius University, Bioarchaeological human collections in the Vilnius University Faculty of Medicine, Lithuania
  • Ellen Lange, Ageliki Lefkaditou, Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, Skeletons in the closet
  • Frédérique Andry-Cazin, University Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris, What future for the Dupuytren collections of anatomical pathology?

15.30 - 16.00   Discussion

16.00 - 16.30     Coffee break

16.30 - 18.00     Poster session

Chair : Sébastien Soubiran

  • Srećko R. Trifunović,  Ivana D. Radojević, Sava M. Vasić , University of Kragujevac, Cultural heritage-Faculty of Science of the University of Kragujevac
  • Jelena Jovanović Simić, Museum of Science and Technology-University of Belgrade, Collections and Museums of the Faculty  of Medicine, University of Belgrade: past, present and future
  • Jelena Manojlović, Milica Mirić, Dušanka Krajnović, University of Belgrade, Preventive protection of pharmaceutical cultural and historic heritage
  • Adrijana Turajlić, University of Arts in Belgrade, University heritage in media
  • Alena Zdravković, Vesna Matović,  University of Belgrade, The importance of preserving the collection of rock and minerals at the faculty of mining and geology 
  • Tatjana Brzulović Stanisavljević, University of Belgrade, Display of university heritage from the University library in Belgrade
  • A.Rowan Gard, University of St Andrews, Moana, mobility and making of meaning
  • M.Godoy,W.G.Karin, Mobility of cellections in Araucania Chilena:the effects of working in network
  • E. Angelini, M. Bongiovanni, A. Gori, Politecnico di Torino and  Museo Galileo,  Galileo @Politecnico: From the stars to the applied sciences
  • Maria Dolores Ruiz De Lacanal, University of Seville, University heritage of Fine arts faculty (Seville-Spain)
  • Vincenza Montenegro, Augusto Garuccio,Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, The Museum of Merceology of the University of Bari
  • Susanna Hakkarainen, University of Helsinki, Saving the agricultural collection of the University of Helsinki
  • Chiara Marin, University of Padova, A partecipatory approach to the university collections: the proposal of “ MU.VE.RE.-Musei (Scientifici) Veneti in rete”
  • Alicia Mellén-Tomás, Pilar Irala-Hortal, Universidad San Jorge, Spreading culture through the web 2.0, The example of the Jalón Ángel’s archive  
  • Ruggero Francescangeli, Augusto Garuccio,Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, Towards a perceptual integration of cataloguing records
  • Yvonne Reimers, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, The Sudan Archaeological collection of the Humboldt Universität Berlin and its East-German heritage
  • Johanna Lessing, Lisa Janke, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Universität Technische Berlin, Orobates. Re_animated after 300 million years. An exhibition on modern university research
  • Caroline Bauer, École nationale supérieure d’architecture et de paysage de Lille, The Faculty of Science of Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy (Georges Tourry, Claude Goclowski and Edmond Lay architects, 1968-1971): What future for this organic architecture?
  • Andreas Fotopoulos , University of Ioannina , A common approach to managing preservation of academic heritage in Greece
  • Daniela Paradiso , Augusto. Garuccio , Ruggero Francescangeli, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, A handbook for school’s scientific collections
  • S. Vallmitjana, A.Marzoa, P.Mateos,S.Garcia, O.Silvestrem Universitat de Barcelona, Polarimeters of the Faculty of Physics of the University of Barcelona
  • Panagiotis Lazos,National and Capodestrian Univeristy of Athens, The Collection of scientific instruments in the Phanar Greek Orthodox college in Istanbul
  • Erich Weidenhammer, University of Toronto, Networks and exchange at Canadian research university
  •  Special presentation by Paolo Ferri and Pegram Harrison on the behalf of Oxford-Bologna consortium ( OxBo)

 18.10  – 19.00  Serbian folklore  Krsmanac

09.06.2016, Friday
Rectorate Building of the University of Belgrade

09.00 - 11.00     Thematic Session “Mobility of University Heritage” (part 1)

Chair : Sofia Talas

09.00 - 09.20      Mungo Campbell, University of Glasgow, Perpetual motion? Reconsidering  the “Permanent   Collection”

09.20 - 09.40      Lea Leppik, University of Tartu, Heritage and inheritors. Mobility without Moving

09.40 - 10.00      Marlen Mouliou,National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,  
Systems thinking and the mobility of university museum collections; tracing connecting threads

10.00 - 10.20      Steph Scholten, University of Amsterdam, Moving academic collections

10.20 -10.40       J. Davoigneau, F. Le Guet Tully,French Ministry of Culture and Communication, Radio antennas at Nancay Observatory: from  intellectual and geographical mobility to musealisation

10.40 - 11.00      Paul Lambers, Utrecht University, Collection of the University Museum Utrecht on the move

  • Special presentation by Paolo Ferri and Pegram Harrison on the behalf of Oxford-Bologna consortium ( OxBo)


11.00 - 11.20        Coffee break  

11.20 - 13.10      Visits to the Museum of Chemistry, Museum of Mineral and Rocks, Archaeology Collection (and possibly collection of psychology instruments)                         

13.10-13.30         Walk to the Botanical Garden

13.30 - 15.00       Lunch and visit to the Botanical Garden

15.00 - 15.30       Walk to the University building

15.30 - 19.00        Working group session click for details

20.00                    Conference dinner at the Old town Skadarlia

10.06.2017, Saturday
Faculty of Sport and Physical Education

08.00                 Gathering in the inner yard of the University building and walking to a bus awaiting

08.15                 Heading to the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, Kosutnjak

08.30-09.00       Coffee break

09.00-09.10       The Dean’s welcome

09.10-11.30       Thematic Session “Mobility of University Heritage” (part 2)

Chair: Milan Popadić

09.10-09.30      Jack Ridley, The University of Manchester, Just like the real thing? The inflatable museum, outreach and authenticity

09.30-09.50       Maciej Kluza, Jagiellonian University, Traveling exhibitions as a method of  promotion of university scientific heritage.

09.50-10.10      Ivana Mitrovic, Darko Mitrovic, University of Belgrade, Mobility to prevent, collect and integrate

10.10-10.30       Gert Vanpaemel, University of Leuven, Moving props, places and   people. Challenges and opportunities for a decentralized university museum

10.30-10.50      James Caplan, University of Aix-Marseille, The Marseille Observatory  collection - A case study of mobility

10.50-11.10        Coline Gutter, University of Strasbourg, The plaster cast collection of Strasbourg and its history

11.10-11.30        Juan Miguel Palma Pena,Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,                             
The mobility of informative heritage of public higher education institutions through open access and patrimonialization

11.30-13.00        Universeum General Assembly

13.00-14.30       Visit to the Museum of Sport and lunch at the Faculty

14.30-14.45        Heading to the Faculty of Forestry

14.45-16.00        Visit to arboretum and collections of the Faculty of Forestry

16.00-16.15        Heading to the Faculty of Veterinary Science and Medical School

16.15-18.15        Visits to collections of Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Medical School

18.15-18.30        Returning to the Rectorate building

18.30-19.00        Coffee