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Objavljeno: 29. 3. 2016. u 19:27
Zrinjka Peruško

Dear students,

As already announced, the midterm exam will take place on 30 March 2016 in the usual classroom 2016: from 12 to 13:30 (first seminar group) and from 13:30 (second seminar group). After the exam, you are free, cause we don't have seminars that day.

regards Antonija Čuvalo 

Objavljeno: 8. 9. 2016. u 11:32
Zrinjka Peruško

dragi studenti,

ocjene s ovog i ranijih rokova bit će upisane u ponedeljak 12.9., tokom jutra. molim ostavite indekse u moj pretinac na porti, po mogućnosti prije 9, a najkasnije do 11, s naznakom u indeksu na kojem ste roku položiti. Ocjene nakon ovog datuma neću upisivati.


rezultati Media and popular culture, jesenski rok 2016


Bruno Maretić 2 

Davorin Kovač 3

Nina Klemenčić 4

Objavljeno: 21. 6. 2016. u 18:42
Zrinjka Peruško

dear students, I have added the final results list and grades for the groups including erasmus and visiting students. the students in this group can have their grade written in the index this friday at 10.00 am, at my office no 13, III floor. you can give the index to someone else as well. the grades will be in the electronic index on thursday, so if you wish to have your grade before friday you can ask dr. Marta Zorko, the vice dean for students to write it in then.


Zrinjka Perusko

Objavljeno: 14. 6. 2016. u 08:52
Zrinjka Peruško

dear students,

points for the final essay: 24

final points and grades, individually

Kristina    Aerlić 89 (5)
Martina    Andričić 88 (4)
Nino    Bozzella 81 (4) 
Andre     Hachenberger 74 (3)

I will be at the faculty reception at noon today to input your grades in the indexes. regards Zrinjka Perusko

Objavljeno: 6. 6. 2016. u 12:34
Zrinjka Peruško


Media and popular culture, Make-up exam, 18 May 2016

Mladen Ferk        18,5
Mia Frleta        21
Simona Margetić    11,5
Bruno Martić        20,5
Korana Žunić        21,5


Objavljeno: 16. 5. 2016. u 13:03
Zrinjka Peruško


dear students,

for those of you who did not take the midterm exam in March, it will be possible to write the make-up exam this Wednesday at 3 PM, so please show up. This is the last chance to get the points in this category. 

the option is open only to those who did not write the exam, and not to those who are unhappy with their points.

the same time (i.e. 3 PM) slot will also be the opportunity for those who have not finished their coding and cleaning of the data-base to do that, with the help of Antonija Čuvalo, so please show up if you need to. 

kind regards Zrinjka Peruško

Objavljeno: 13. 4. 2016. u 08:26
Zrinjka Peruško

Media and popular culture, midterm results, April 2016

points out of possible 25



Kristina Aerlić 25

Martina Andričić 24

Katarina Baraba 14

Helena Beg 19

Nives Bošnjak 22

Nino Bozzella 17

Mia Budić 19

Dora Crnčević 25

Kristina Crvenković 16

Antonio Čule 18

Antonija Čurdo 20

Daniel Demion Zobel 15

Nataša Domjanić 19,5

Snježana Dukić 6

Marina Fabriš 25

Lana Gajger 15,5

Sandra Grego 22

Ivan Grubišić 16

Andre Hechenberger 19

Marija Horvat 22

Marko Hotovec 8,5

Ivana Ivandić 19

Lucija Janković 23

Marin Karadžija 18

Adriana Karas 21

Matea Keškić 19

Anastazija Kladić 22

Nina Klemenčić 19

Davorin Kovač 19

Korina Krizmanić 23,5

Antonija Kulić 18

Borna Kušec 21

Yelena Lehmann 14

Katerina Loucka 21,5

Dorotea Lovrenčak 22

Bruno Martić 10

Mirta Matijević 18

Ana Miculinić 19

Luka Mihočić 21

Hanan Nanić 20

Mateja Piškorić 16

Adrian Punić 19

Christina Rajković 23

Maja Šarić 14

Antea Šarušić 20

Matej Suman 22

Thea Tesko 24

Martin Tisonić 18

Filip Uroić 25

Valentina Valjak 25

Martin Varenina 13

Iris Vuksan 20

Katharina Wemer 21

Barbara Zanuškova 19

Anamarija Zebić 23

Anja Zubić 23

Objavljeno: 16. 3. 2016. u 18:51
Zrinjka Peruško

dear students,

I am sorry you were not informed about the class cancelation today, due to my ilness. As it turned out, the persons I had notified of this were also sick and not in office, and thus could not put up the notice. I look forward to seeing you next week, best regards Zrinjka Perusko 

Objavljeno: 6. 7. 2015. u 11:29
Zrinjka Peruško

poštovani kolege i kolegice, pod nastavnim materijalima objavljena je završna tablica bodova i ocjena, nakon unesenih ispravaka za zadaće i prezentacije. Ako otkrijete još neke pogreške molim javite mi na mail. ugodno ljeto, pozdrav Zrinjka Peruško

Objavljeno: 2. 7. 2015. u 12:21
Zrinjka Peruško

poštovani kolege, 

pod literaturom kolegija su objavljeni rezultati eseja i konačni bodovi i ocjene na kolegiju Media and popular culture. Upis ocjena bit će sutra, u petak 3. 7. u 10.30 sati, kabinet 13/3. Molim ostavite indekse do 10.30 u mom pretincu na porti. Uvid u eseje bit će moguć u isto vrijeme. Ako želite odbiti ocjenu to molim učinite na moj mail u roku od 24 sata od objave, tj. do 12.30 u petak 3.7.2015. Eseji za jesenski rok moraju biti u mojem pretincu na porti najkasnije 25 kolovoza. lp Zrinjka Peruško

Objavljeno: 18. 6. 2015. u 14:17
Zrinjka Peruško

dear visiting/exchange students,

as I informed you individually about your grades to your emails yesterday, I would like to also inform you that tomorow is the last day I am in Zagreb before June 29th, so if you are leaving Zagreb before that date you should leave your index in my box in reception today, so that I can sign your index early morning tomorrow (I will leave the faculty at 10.30 at the latest, so I need to find your indexes when I arrive at 9). I signed today those indexes which were left there, according to my mail instructions yesterday. 

regards Zrinjka Peruško

Objavljeno: 25. 5. 2015. u 17:06
Zrinjka Peruško


dear Students,

on Wednesday 27 May, we will attend the lecture below instead of my lecture, signature list will be circulated. the seminar will take place normally so that you can present your work.

Zrinjka Perusko








27th of May, 2015 at 12:00


University of Zagreb

Faculty of Political Science

Main Building, room D





12:00 – 12:40     Derek Edyvane (University of Leeds),

Toleration and Civility


12:40 – 13:20     Discussion



13:20 – 14:00     Lunch Break



14:00 – 14:40     Tamara Caraus (CAS Fellow), The East European Dissidence in

           Transnational Perspective: Towards a Cosmopolitan Disobedience


14:40 – 15:20      Discussion





Derek Edyvane, Toleration and Civility: Two Tales of Everyday Diplomacy

The January 2015 attack on the offices of French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, has inflamed longstanding debates about how the members of liberal democratic societies should respond to normative diversity. Living with others in conditions of moral and cultural difference - the 'diplomacy of everyday life' - is notoriously difficult. But despite its notoriety, this specific question of the *difficulty* of accommodating diversity, and of living with difference, is one that has not attracted much attention from political theorists. What is it that enables any particular regime of accommodation to attract the enthusiastic allegiance of its supporters? Many people do experience the accommodation of diversity as a good - can we render their outlook intelligible? These questions form the focus of the paper. In order to address them, it is necessary to adopt a slightly unconventional approach. Most work in the political theory of toleration and multiculturalism tends to be quite 'state-centric', but if we are to articulate the goods of everyday diplomacy, we need to think more about what is sometimes called the 'lived experience' of diversity, about the ways in which political ideas and practices can be integrated (or can fail to be integrated) with everyday life. In this paper, I consider Samuel Scheffler's account of the good of toleration, which links the practice of toleration with the development of an intrinsically valuable and rewarding form of fraternal solidarity. I shall outline some reservations about Scheffler's account, and contrast it with a distinctive civility-based account of everyday diplomacy. Toleration and civility are often treated as being (almost) synonymous, but my account will suggest a surprisingly deep rupture between them, one that provokes fundamental questions both about the kind of society a liberal democracy is, and about the kinds of people we - the inhabitants of liberal democracies - really are.


Derek Edyvane – Assistant Professor in in political theory, specialising in the area of contemporary political philosophy. His first degree was a BA in history and politics from Lancaster University. After graduating, he went to the University of York, where he studied first for an MA and then for a PhD in political philosophy. Having completed the PhD, he was awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship.

His research covers a range of issues and problems in contemporary political philosophy. He is particularly interested in the concept of political community and its relationship to the moral diversity and conflict characteristic of modern liberal democracies. He also has research interests in multiculturalism, political ethics and political liberalism.

He is an author and co-author of three books (Edyvane, D. (2012) Civic Virtue and The Sovereignty of Evil: Public Morality in Uncertain Times (Routledge); Edyvane, D. and Matravers, M. (eds) (2012) Toleration Re-Examined (Routledge); Edyvane, D.J. (2007) Community and Conflict: The Sources of Liberal Solidarity. Palgrave MacMillan) and numerous articles in leading scientific journals.



Tamara Caraus, The East European Dissidence in Transnational Perspective: Towards a Cosmopolitan Disobedience


Globalization and the post-2008 financial crisis have generated modes of opposition and dissent, be they dissent from global political-economic systems, opposition to international institutions or to local political regimes, and we are witnessing the emergence of a new type of global politics – the politics of dissent and disobedience. However, the predominant (Rawlsian) understanding of civil disobedience, as theory and action developed within the modern nation-state, fails to capture the transformation of disobedience in global context. Aiming at a new perspective of conceiving disobedience in global context and assuming that contemporary protests often draw from modes and imaginations of earlier modes of dissent, this presentation shows firstly that the East European dissidence emerged as a transnational political action in its nature and scope, and its theoretical relevance goes beyond the historical context where it was manifested. Second, the presentation argues that there are important points of intersection between theory of civil disobedience and this historical episode of dissent, although the standard (Rawlsian) theory of civil disobedience, tailored for a ‘more or less just society’, dismissed the relevance of Eastern European dissidence as taking part in an unjust and non-democratic political regime. Third, the presentation maps the differences between these two patterns of dissent, arguing that the East European dissidence as a pattern of dissent has more relevance than the standard civil disobedience for understanding resistance in the current globalised context, where power, be it political or economic, has non-democratic elements. Finally, the theoretical underpinnings of the East European dissidence and its relevance for global context are advanced as cosmopolitan disobedience - a concept to be applied to a further wider discussion on the structural effects that globalization has on the definition, justification and role of disobedience.


Tamara Caraus - Researcher at New Europe College, Bucharest, Romania and a Fellow at Center for Advanced Studies of Southeastern Europe, University of Rijeka. Her current area of research includes political  theory of cosmopolitanism, dissidence, civil disobedience, global resistance, and agonistic/radical democracy. Tamara  Caraus has undertaken research projects in political philosophy at Institut fur die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Vienna,  Austria; University of Uppsala, Sweden; University of Groningen, The Netherland; Oxford University, UK; Palacky  University of Olomouc, Czech Republic and others. She contributed with articles to various academic journals and edited  volumes, published Tzara mea (2001), Ethical Perspectives on the Postmodern Rewriting (2003), Traps of Identity (2011),  and co-edited Cosmopolitanism and the Legacy of Dissent (Routledge, 2014).


Objavljeno: 6. 5. 2015. u 21:16
Zrinjka Peruško

dear students,

as I promised today, here is the link to the web page for the CEECOM205 conference - - the program with sessions, lectures and times is also there. Those interested in attending can send me an email before 1 June, and I will put you on the list to enable you to attend the conference. regards Zrinjka Perusko

Objavljeno: 6. 5. 2015. u 18:31
Zrinjka Peruško


Dear students,

Please find in the documents of course the exam questions and instructions for the final exam, including the final dates of submission.

regards Zrinjka Peruško

Objavljeno: 4. 5. 2015. u 16:05
Zrinjka Peruško


dear students,

As already announced, the make-up middterm exam will take place on 6 May 2015 from 12 to 12:45, in the usual classrom. The lecture and seminar will follow.

All students with less then 16 points from the first exam, and those that did not write the first exam, are eligible.

The exam literature is the same. This is the last chance to earn the middterm points.

regards Zrinjka Peruško 

Objavljeno: 22. 4. 2015. u 08:19
Uređeno: 22. 4. 2015. u 08:21
Zrinjka Peruško


dear students,

I will not be able to give the lecture & seminar today, due to health reasons. Please read the first required text linked to todays lecture instead. I will see you next week as planned, when we will have your seminar presentations from today as well. best regards and sorry for the inconvenience. Zrinjka Perusko