Nevena Tatovic

PhD student (HERITAS – FCT)

CIDEHUS – Interdisciplinary Center for History, Culture and Societies, University of Évora

Nevena Tatovic is preparing her PhD within the HERITAS – heritage studies doctoral programme in Portugal (University of Évora and Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon), as a fellow of the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Set at the crossroads of heritage, arts and landscape studies, her project focuses on intangible heritage, in particular intangible natural heritage, exploring the concept of silence and quiet in a comparative analysis of three sacred natural areas in Greece, Serbia and Portugal. She holds a master of research in history and heritage studies from the University Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne (France), with a joint diploma from the University of Évora (Portugal) and University of Padua (Italy). Her master thesis investigated the notion of the spirit of place looking into the interweaving of tangible and intangible elements in one sacred landscape in Serbia. With a previous degree in landscape architecture from the University of Belgrade (Serbia), her research interests revolve around intangible heritage, phenomenology of landscape and potential of artistic practice for interpretation of heritage, as well as environmental history and issues related to narrating nature.


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