Hello ISHA people, I’m Petra from ISHA Osijek. I am a 1st year MA student of History and English Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek. I joined ISHA at the beginning of my first year of BA studies and have been an active member ever since. My first seminar was in Zadar and it was so amazing I just knew I would have to attend loads more, which I did and still do. In my term as a council member, I hope to improve and organize the work of several committees, starting with the Training Committee and the Public Relations Committee. Looking forward to a new and successful year. VIVA ISHA!
Hi, everyone, my name is Valentina and I’m from Osijek, Croatia. I’ve just started my double major MA studies of History and English Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek. My first ISHA seminar experience took place in Zadar (Adriatic Encounters 2017), and I’d become internationally active later that same year when I attended the autumn seminar in Sofia. ISHA has since become an integral part of my academic experience. This is my first term as an ISHA official and hopefully it will be a successful one! I’ll try to contribute as much as I can, especially with the Training Committee and the Project Management Committee. Hope we’ll see each other at some of the upcoming seminars!
Pozdrav! My name is Zrinka Burazer and I study History at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. I’m also the acting president of ISHA Zagreb and a part of the ISHA International Public Relations Committee (PRC). This is my first term as an ISHA Official and I’m hoping to contribute to ISHA’s work as much as possible.
Hey everyone, I’m Charlotte, international council member and treasurer of ISHA Ghent (but conducting my PhD research at KULeuven). I have a background in Art History, Slavic studies and Urban Planning (at Ghent University). Currently I’m working on diplomatic architecture, more specifically, Belgian embassy architecture in between 1830 and 1939. I would love to tell you more about the topic when we meet at one of the ISHA seminars. As you already might’ve noticed, I love learning new things and spreading my own passion and insights with as many people as possible. Of course the ISHA seminars are perfect for this: combining the fun of academics with getting to know a lot of new, interesting (crazy) people. My main interests are (of course) architecture, photography, art, literature, weird travel destinations, coffee and glitter.