The “Practicum 2019” programme of practical work was intended primarily for the final years students of any Department of Faculty of Philosophy. The students guided visitors through the Permanent Display on three occasions: as part of the presentation of “Practicum” 2019, during the Afro Festival 2019, the Days of European Heritage 2019 and trough the “Sunday at the MAA” programme.
The seventh generation of the “Practicum” programme were: Teodora Stojiljković, Anja Vulić, Mira Pavlović, Milorad Živković, Isidora Smiljanić and Vukica Korać.
Students who participated in the “Practicum 2019” programme were also participants in the “Public Speaking” workshop conducted by Slobodan Roksandić and Marko Milovanović from the Main Point Institute for public speaking.
The programme is organized thanks to the support of the Secretariat for Sport and Youth of the City of Belgrade.
THEMES OF THE GUIDED TOURS THROUGH THE PERMANENT EXHIBITION:
- Function of Music in Everyday Life and Rituals among the Peoples of West Africa
Teodora Stojiljković, MA student of Ethnology and Anthropology
- From Mother Earth to Kneeling Figure – The Dual Role of Women in West African Communities
Anja Vulić, MA student of History
- God and the Creation of the World – An Introduction to African Philosophy of Religion
Mira Pavlović, MA student of Philosophy
- Masks Upon which Life Depends – The Rituals of West African Peoples
Milorad Živković, Undergraduate student of Archaeology
- Ashanti, Dahomey, Benin: The Iconography of Ruler and the Function of the Royal Objects
Isidora Smiljanić, MA student of History
- The Cult of Ancestor Worship among West African Communities through Myths and Rituals
Vukica Korać, MA student of Archaeology