For her subject Croatian Dialectology at Croatian Studies, Zagreb University, Prof Dr Sanja Vulić organises and conducts each year a field course for her students. This year's field course took place from 13 - 15 May in the Karlovac and Šibenik-Knin County. In the afternoon of the first day of field work, they went to Šibenik and toured St. James’ Cathedral.
The second day, May 14, was fully booked for the island of Prvić and the topic: Faust Vrančić. The first stop on the visit to the island of Prvić was the place Šepurina and Vrančić’s summer residence. A pleasant stroll led the participants in the field course to Prvić Luka and the Memorial Centre. After visiting the exhibition, a round table discussion was held on Faust Vrančić on the premises of the Memorial Centre, and organized by the director Ivana Skočić, Prof Dr Sanja Vulić from Croatian Studies, Marijana Borić, PhD, leader of the project Let’s Learn About Croatian Scientific Heritage. In addition to the organizer’s talk, the round table discussion also included presentations from another tend senior student at Croatian Studies, who assisted in teaching their younger colleagues from the third year. The female students who prepared and held their presentations on Faust Vrančić were Tamara Rumbak, Marijana Kovač, Martina Mihaljević, Jelena Ružić, Monika Valput, Tea Jagačić, Katarina Jurić, Kristina Broz, Nina Turi. A presentation was also given by the Patrycja Pieniazek, a graduate student from Poland. The letters from Faust’s youth were read by a student called Ivan Klaić.
The morning of the third day of the field course was reserved for cultural sights around the City of Šibenik. The field course ended in Karlovac County where it began.
The field course for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, is ongoing cooperation with Prof Dr Sanja Vulić who in September 2015, held an exhibition at the International Scientific Conference on Faust Vrančić and His Era under the auspices of the Memorial Centre.