Deset godina “Sarajevskih sveski“
Učestvuju: Dževad Karahasan, Vojka Smiljanić Đikić, Sinan Gudžević, Velimir Visković, Mirjana Stefanović, Tomo Ravbar, Ranko Risojević, Lana Bastašić, Berislav Blagojević, Tanja Stupar Trifunović
Voditelj: Marija Pavlović
Na promociju su pozvani i studenti sa više univerziteta Bosne i Hercegovine.
Grupa intelektualaca iz bivše Jugoslavije okupila se, prije deset godina, u Sarajevu i dogovorila da osnuje časopis koji će obnoviti pokidane veze u regionu i uspostaviti nove.
Iako je na početku to izgledalo kao nemoguća misija, poslije deset godina
rada i trideset objavljenih brojeva može se reći da su “Sarajevske sveske“ postale nezaobilazan časopis u regionu, a veoma značajan za sve slavstičke studije u svijetu.
Na svečanoj promociji u Banjoj Luci obilježiće deset godina izlaženja, uz prisustvo članova redakcije, autora i ambasadora zemalja koje najviše pomažu ovaj časopis: ambasador Republike Slovenije gdin. Andrej Graseli, ambasador Kraljevine Švedske gdin. Bo Vilijan Hedberg i ambasador Kraljevine Norveške gdin. Jan Bratu.
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Sarajevo Notebooks celebrates 10 year anniversary
“Melancholy and nostalgia” were the themes of Sarajevske Sveske’s 10th anniversary edition. The literary work is a collection of short stories, poems and novel excerpts written by prominent authors in the Western Balkans. The anniversary of the publication was celebrated in Banja Luka on March 5, and even though melancholy was the theme of the book, optimism was the theme of the event.
Sarajevske Sveske is produced by MediaCenter Sarajevo, and the publication’s driving force during all these years, the indefatigable and energetic Ms Vojka Smiljanic Djikic. The first edition saw the light in 2002. The goal of the publication is to create a public forum that will foster and encourage dialogue among intellectuals and academic communities throughout the region. The latest edition featured several prominent authors including; Vojka Smiljanic Dikic (Director), Velimir Voskovic (editorial chief), Dzevad Karahasan, Sinan Gudzevic, Mirjana Stefanovic, Ranko Risojevic, Berislav Blagojevic and Tanja Stupar Trifunovic. In addition to these authors, students from all over Bosnia and Hercegovina were present at the event.
The Norwegian Embassy has been a major supporter of the publication since 2001. In addition, the Swedish Embassy, the Slovene Embassy and SOROS Open Society Foundation have been prominent contributors to the project.
Ambassadors from the respective embassies took part in the presentation, as did Dobrila Govedarica, director of the SOROS Foundation in Sarajevo. In their speeches they all emphasized the need for optimism, a point particularly promoted by the Swedish Ambassador Bosse Hedberg. This was further elaborated on by Slovenia’s Ambassador Dobrila Govedarica in his calls for tolerance and compromise.
Ambassador Braathu also followed suit in his concluding comments: “Cultural understanding is the keyword of this project. Lack of mutual cultural understanding and communication is a recurring problem all over Europe, but is especially prevalent here in the Western Balkans. Sarajevske Sveske is doing a tremendous job in trying to keep people together, and the importance of this project can be seen in the fostering of mutual understanding and communication. This is a ‘subversive’ undertaking in that it is an attempt to counter the prevailing trends of disintegration and separation. Sarajevske Sveske is one small, yet important, attempt to utilize cultural expressions as a means to greater interaction and understanding throughout the region. ”