The School of Comparative Tribal Languages and Literatures, the School of Tribal Resource Management and the Centre for Indigenous Languages and Narratives organized an international distinguished invited lecture on ‘When Heritage Becomes Culture: National Representation in Klapa Singing from Croatia’ on 2nd March 2023.

Dr. Eni Buljubasic, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split was invited as the esteemed speaker on the occasion. She talked about Klapa singing which is a form of traditional singing with origins in Dalmatia, Croatia. She said that the Klapa means a group of friends and its tracks it roots to littoral church singing. Dr. Eni also talked about the importance of Klapa singing in Croatian culture.

She concluded her lecture by motivating the students to think out-of-the-box especially which choosing the topics of research.