Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor

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Filozofska fakulteta Univerze v Mariboru
http://www.ff.um.si
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Koroška cesta 160, SI-2000 Maribor
Phone386 (0) 2 229 3840
Fax386 (0) 2 229 3625
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RegionSI-2
ProprietorUniversity of Maribor
Božidar Kante, Dean
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Petra Jug Pavlin, Secretary
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Phone386 (0) 2 229 3848
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Past Events
  • 4 November to 5 November 2015
    Literary events with authors Andrej Brvar, Petra Kolmančič, Danica Križanič Müller, Zoran Pevec, Stanislava Chrobakova Repar (Pivec Publishing House), professor Miran Štuhec (Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor), and singer-songwriters Tadej Veseljak and Klemen Pisk, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Prague, at Comenius University - Faculty of Arts, KC Dunaj in Bratislava, Slovakia
    programme
  • 4 November to 6 November 2015
    Literary events with authors Andrej Brvar, Petra Kolmančič, Danica Križanič Müller, Zoran Pevec, Stanislava Chrobakova Repar (Pivec Publishing House), professor Miran Štuhec (Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor), and singer-songwriters Tadej Veseljak and Klemen Pisk, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Prague, at Masaryk University – Faculty of Arts, Místogalerie na Skleněné louce in Brno, Czech Republic
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The Faculty of Arts at the University of Maribor was established in September 2006 when the former Academy of Education (Pedagoška akademija) was transformed into three faculties: the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the Faculty of Education. The Faculty of Arts at the University of Maribor is a young faculty although the history of its study programmes is much longer. The faculty has 12 departments with twelve undergraduate study programmes in humanities and seven doctoral study programmes. The faculty maintains a rich library and the faculty's gallery features exhibitions by Slovene artists.


Background

Since the 1960s study programmes in Slovene, English, Germanic and Hungarian studies, History, Geography, Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology, and Pedagogy have been taught at the Pedagogy Academy at the University of Maribor. Newly established departments are Translation studies and Art History. With the opening of the institutionally independent Faculty of Arts in 2006 the city of Maribor established a study centre for arts and humanities.

Today

In 2008 the Faculty of Arts employed 96 academic staff members. Since its founding the faculty has developed and opened several study centres: Centre for Life-long Education, Centre for Eco-remediation, Centre for the Study of the Post-Yugoslav Societies, Centre for Intercultural Dialogue between the countries from Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Publishing

The Faculty of Arts publishes several scientific journals at its publishing centre. The Department of Slavic Languages and Literature publishes Slavia Centralis, a biannually published journal with an international editorial board and a circulation of 300 copies.

The Department of Geography publishes Revija Geography [Geography Review] which has an international editorial board and publishes articles in Slovenia, English and German. Articles from the first two numbers are available online.

The Faculty of Arts also publishes the international collection ZORA. Since 1998 they have published 68 editions of ZORA. The collection consists of articles in a variety of disciplines (English studies, Slavic Languages, History, Education ...) and the description of every edition is available online.


Library

The Library of the Faculty of Arts (Miklošičeva knjižnica) is a common library of the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The library contains around 120,000 units and is one of the largest university libraries within the University of Maribor. The library provides reading places with 150 seats.

International cooperation

The Faculty of Arts is actively involved in international cooperation with regional, European and worldwide universities. It is involved in different mobility and internship programmes such as ERASMUS and CEEPUS. The faculty has signed bilateral agreements with several universities in Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Lithuania, Hungary, Macedonia, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, and Great Britain.

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