Bodies of the Faculty

Dean

 

dr. Roman Kuhar, Full Professor

E-mail: roman.kuhar@ff.uni-lj.si 
Phone:

+386 1 241 10 05

 

dr. Gašper Ilc, Full Professor

 

Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies (1st Cycle) and Postgraduate Studies (2nd Cycle) and Information Systems

E-mail: 

gasper.ilc@ff.uni-lj.si 

Phone: 

+386 1 241 10 05

 

 

dr. Jasna Mažgon, Associate Professor

 

Associate Dean of Doctoral Studies (3rd Cycle) and Research

E-mail: 

jasna.mazgon@ff.uni-lj.si

Phone: 

+386 1 241 10 05

 

 

dr. Barbara Pihler Ciglič, Associate Professor

 

Associate Dean of Quality Assurance and Publishing

E-mail: 

barbara.pihlerciglic@ff.uni-lj.si

Phone: 

+ 386 1 241 10 05

 

 

dr. Katja Vintar Mally, Associate Professor

 

Associate Dean of Faculty Management, Organisation and International Cooperation

E-mail: 

katja.vintarmally@ff.uni-lj.si

Phone: 

+386 1 241 10 05

 

 

Katja Černe

 

Student Associate Dean

E-mail: 

prodekanstudent@ff.uni-lj.si

Phone: 

+386 1 241 11 82

 

Senate

The Senate is the highest professional body of the Faculty. It is comprised of two full-time university teachers and researchers (full-time being the equivalent of 40 work hours per week)  and 11 student representatives. The Dean is a member of the Senate and the person who convenes the monthly meetings. Meetings can also be convened by the Faculty’s Management Board or the Student Council. In the event of Dean’s absence, the meetings are convened and chaired by the Associate Dean, authorised to act as the Dean’s substitute. The Senate has the right to close a part of the meeting to public.  

1) Dean, red. prof. dr. Roman KUHAR

 

Department of English

2) red. prof. dr. Mojca Krevel

3) red. prof. dr. Smiljana Komar

 

Department of Archaeology

4) doc. dr. Tina Milavec

5) doc. dr. Matija Črešnar

 

Department of Asian Studies

6) izr. prof. dr. Nataša Vampelj Suhadolnik

7) izr. prof. dr. Chikako Shigemori Bučar

 

Department of Library and Information Science and Book Studies

8) red. prof. dr. Polona Vilar

9) doc. dr. Jan Pisanski

 

Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology

10) red. prof. dr. Bojan Baskar

11) izr. prof. dr. Uršula Lipovec Čebron

 

Department of Philosophy

12) red. prof. dr. Janko Lozar Mrevlje

13) doc. dr. Valentina Hribar Sorčan

 

Department of Geography

14) red. prof. dr. Dejan Rebernik

15) izr. prof. dr. Jernej Zupančič

 

Department of German, Dutch and Swedish

16) izr. prof. dr. Irena Samide

17) red. prof. dr. Marija Javor Briški

 

Department of Classics

18) red. prof. dr. Marko Marinčič

19) izr. prof. dr. Jerneja Kavčič

 

Department of Musicology

20) red. prof. Larisa Vrhunc

21) red. prof. dr. Gregor Pompe

 

Department of Educational Sciences

22) red. prof. dr. Mojca Kovač Šebart

23) izr. prof. dr. Tadej Vidmar

 

Department of Translation Studies

24) red. prof. dr. Ada Gruntar Jermol

25) red. prof. dr. Mojca Schlamberger Brezar

 

Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory

26) red. prof. dr. Vanesa Matajc

27) red. prof. dr. Tone Smolej

 

Department of Comparative and General Linguistics

28) red. prof. dr. Tatjana Marvin

29) doc. dr. Luka Repanšek

 

Department of Psychology

30) red. prof. dr. Valentin Bucik

31) izr. prof. dr. Anja Podlesek

 

Department of Romance Languages and Literatures

32) red. prof. dr. Martina Ožbot Currie

33) doc. dr. Marjana Šifrar Kalan

 

Department of Slavistics

34) izr. prof. dr. Đurđa Strsoglavec

35) doc. dr. Matej Šekli

 

Department of Slovenian Studies

36) red. prof. dr. Marko Stabej

37) red. prof. dr. Alojzija Zupan Sosič

 

Department of Sociology

38) red. prof. dr. Milica Antić Gaber

39) doc. dr. Gorazd Kovačič

 

Department of Art History

40) doc. dr. Katja Mahnič

41) red. prof. dr. Matej Klemenčič

 

Department of History

42) red. prof. dr. Božo Repe

43) red. prof. dr. Peter Štih

 

Student representatives

44) Mia Hočevar

45) Vida Jocif

46) Nejc Kralj

47) Pika Kristan

48) Luka Kropivnik

49) Lucija Mandić

50) Jure Plut

51) Ana Reberc

52) Jonathan Samuel Rebetz

53) Sara Svati Sharan

54) Anja Zidar

The Senate's boards and commissions

The Commission for Undergraduate and Master’s Studies is comprised of one representative from each of the department’s teachers and researchers, the Student Associate Dean, and the President of the Faculty’s Student Council. The commission is chaired by the Associate Dean. In the event of the latter’s absence, the commission is chaired by the commission member appointed by the Dean. The Commission for Undergraduate and Master’s Studies includes two boards, namely The Board of Student Issues and Orientation, and The Board of Awards for Students. 

The Commission for Undergraduate and Master's Studies:

  • discusses the undergraduate and Master’s programmes and changes to the same, 
  • approves specialisation programmes, 
  • oversees and evaluates study processes and proposes improvements, 
  • coordinates the execution of undergraduate and Master’s studies, 
  • prepares material and proposals for the Faculty’s Senate,  
  • and proposes the Senate’s annual limitation of enrolment in graduate and Master’s programmes. 

 

The detailed description of the function of the Commission for Doctoral Studies is defined by the Rules and Regulations on Doctoral Studies, as adopted by the Faculty Senate. The commission is comprised of one representative each of the department’s teachers, postgraduate study providers, interdepartmental postgraduate study programmes coordinators, and includes a representative of the Faculty’s postgraduate students nominated by the Faculty’s Student Council. The commission is chaired by the Associate Dean. In the event of the latter’s absence, the commission is chaired by the commission member appointed by the Dean.

The Commission for Doctoral Study:

  • approves doctoral study programmes and recommends them to the Senate,  
  • discusses and proposes the execution of individual doctoral study programmes,  
  • proposes to the Senate individual doctoral candidate’s overseeing commissions,  
  • provides the Senate with evaluations of the competencies of individual candidates and the latter’s doctoral dissertation topics, as well as proposing appropriate advisors and co-advisors, 
  • provides the Senate with the recommendation regarding the grades of individual doctoral dissertations,  
  • coordinates the execution of doctoral studies,  
  • reviews professional reports on doctoral dissertations in accordance with the authorisation of the Senate, 
  • makes recommendations to the Senate regarding the direct transitions of students to doctoral study,  
  • makes decisions regarding  individual requests of doctoral students, 
  • and discusses doctoral students’ initiatives and proposals.  

 

The Habilitation Commission is appointed by the Senate and is comprised of five university teachers with the title of Full Professor. The meetings are also attended by the president of the Faculty’s Student Council. The Habilitation Commission is led by the commission’s president, who is elected by the members at the constitutive meeting.

The Habilitation Commission: 

  • oversees the election of university teachers, university associates, and researchers,  
  • upon the recommendation of departments, proposes the Senate appointment of rapporteurs to evaluate the qualifications of individual habilitation candidates,  
  • provides the Senate with recommendation regarding elections into the titles of university associates and re-election of university teachers,  
  • advises the Senate regarding the equivalency of research and pedagogical titles in accordance with the Rules on public research organisations,  
  • reviews expert reports on the election and re-election of university associates in accordance with the authorisation of the Senate, and prepares material and proposals for the Senate.  

 

The commission consists of seven members who are elected by the Senate. Its members include university instructors and associates, university professionals, and a student representative, and it performs the following functions: 

  • oversees the quality of educational, research, artistic, and professional activities at the Faculty,  
  • prepares proposals for the oversight and improvement of the Faculty’s functioning,  
  • prepares annual reports on quality and proposes improvements for the Faculty’s activity,  
  • prepares reports on programme self-evaluation in collaboration with the  organisational units,  
  • and prepares reports on the institutional self-evaluation of the Faculty. 

Departments also have Commissions for Quality Control, consisting of employees and students. These are appointed by departmental councils.  

The Commission for Tutoring represents the Senate’s working body and consists of 10 members. It 

  • organises the training and educating of tutors,  
  • prepares proposals and initiatives regarding the functioning of the tutoring system at the Faculty and submits these to the Commission for Undergraduate and Master’s Studies and to the Senate, 
  • organises evaluations, 
  • prepares the annual report on the Faculty’s tutoring activities and submits this to the assembly of tutors,  
  • and publishes openings for new student tutors and departmental coordinators of student tutors, etc.    

The constitutive meeting of the Commission for Tutoring is called by the Dean of the Faculty. It is led by the president, who is elected by the members of the commission. By the virtue of his or her function, the president is a member of the Commission for Undergraduate and Master’s Studies.  

The commission consists of seven members: the Dean, three members of the teaching staffresearchers, a member of the Central Library of the Humanities, a member of Faculty’s professional services, and a member of the Student Council of the Faculty of Arts. The commission’s term lasts four years. The Student Council member’s term lasts one year.  

Other boards and commissions

A student shall be held liable for disciplinary violations determined in the University regulation governing disciplinary liability. Violations may be minor or major depending on the consequences a student’s actions have in relation to the respect of the law, the University’s rules, code of ethics and pecuniary consequences.

The mandate of the commission lasts for two years.

The Ethics Commission has an extended membership which consists of mentors to candidates who are submitting their proposals. If need can be demonstrated in practice, the extended membership can also be expanded to include required experts from relevant fields.

 

 

The work group for resolving students' appeals against the decisions of the Board of Student Issues and Orientation.

Administrative Board of the Faculty of Arts

The Administrative Board is a managing body. It passes decisions regarding the funds, manages the Faculty’s assets as acquired through inheritance, endowments, or gifts, and ensures the uninterrupted functioning of the Faculty in legal transactions in which the latter represents itself and its own account. In matters concerning the National Programme of Higher Education and the National Research Programme, funded by the State, the Administrative Board acts in accordance with the authorisation transferred to the Faculty by the University. 

1. dr. Andrej STOPAR, Department of English

2. dr. Andrej GASPARI, Department of Archaeology

3. dr. Nataša VAMPELJ SUHADOLNIK, Department of Asian Studies

4. dr. Mihael KOVAČ, Department of Library and Information Science and Book Studies

5. dr. Jaka REPIČ, Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology

6. dr. Janko LOZAR MREVLJE, Department of Philosophy

7. dr. Irma POTOČNIK SLAVIČ, Department of Geography

8. dr. Irena SAMIDE, Department of German, Dutch and Swedish

9. dr. Sonja WEISS, Department of Classics

10. dr. Matjaž BARBO, Department of Musicology

11. dr. Nives LIČEN, Department of Educational Sciences

12. dr. Tone SMOLEJ, Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory

13. dr. Luka REPANŠEK, Department of Comparative and General Linguistics

14. dr. Mojca SCHLAMBERGER BREZAR, Department of Translation Studies

15. dr. Matija SVETINA, Department of Psychology

16. dr. Marjana ŠIFRAR KALAN, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures

17. dr. Đurđa STRSOGLAVEC, Department of Slavistics

18. dr. Marko STABEJ, Department of Slovenian Studies

19. dr. Gorazd KOVAČIČ, Department of Sociology

20. dr. Katja MAHNIČ, Department of Art History

21. dr. Dušan MLACOVIĆ, Department of Art History

22. Mojca BELE, representative of administrative and technical workers

23. Andrej NOVINEC, representative of the Student Council

Academic Assembly

The Academic Assembly of the Faculty consists of full-time teachers, researchers, and associates, with each of the groups mentioned here proportionally represented. The student representatives also participate in the Academic Assembly’s activities, with their number representing a fifth of all of the members of the Academic Assembly.

Department of English

red. prof. dr. Igor

MAVER

 

red. prof. dr. Lilijana 

BURCAR

 

doc. dr. Frančiška 

LIPOVŠEK

 

lekt. dr. Mirjana

ŽELJEŽIČ

 

lekt. mag. Zorka 

JAKOŠ

 

doc. dr. Andrej 

STOPAR

 

doc. dr. Monika 

KAVALIR

Department of Archaeology

izr. prof. dr. Katarina Katja

PREDOVNIK

 

doc. dr. Tina 

MILAVEC

 

doc. dr. Simona 

PETRU

 

asist. Luka

GRUŠKOVNJAK

Department of Asian Studies

izr. prof. dr. Maja 

LAVRAČ

 

doc. dr. Nataša 

VISOČNIK GERŽELJ

 

doc. dr. Saša

ISTENIČ

 

doc. dr. Luka

CULIBERG

Department of Library and Information Science and Book Studies

izr. prof. dr. Andrej

BLATNIK

 

doc. dr. Ana

VOGRINČIČ ČEPIČ

 

doc. dr. Marija

PETEK

 

asist. dr. Katarina

ŠVAB

Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology

izr. prof. dr. Mateja 

HABINC

 

izr. prof. dr. Jože 

HUDALES

 

doc. dr. Boštjan

KRAVANJA

 

doc. dr. Ana Sarah

LUNAČEK BRUMEN

Department of Philosophy

red. prof. dr. Dean

KOMEL

 

red. prof. dr. Franci

ZORE

 

red. prof. dr. Eva

DOLAR BAHOVEC

 

doc. dr. Sebastjan

VÖRÖS

 

doc. dr. Borut

CERKOVNIK

 

doc. dr. Jurij

SIMONITI

 

asist. dr. Luka

OMLADIČ

Department of Geography

izr. prof. dr. Matej

OGRIN

 

red. prof. dr. Darko

OGRIN

 

izr. prof. dr. Tatjana

RESNIK PLANINC

 

doc. dr. Barbara

LAMPIČ

 

doc. dr. Boštjan

ROGELJ

 

doc. dr. Tajan

TROBEC

Department of German, Dutch and Swedish

izr. prof. dr. Darko 

ČUDEN

 

doc. dr. Petra 

KRAMBERGER

 

lekt. dr. Mateja 

GABER

 

izr. prof. dr. Janja

POLAJNAR LENARČIČ

 

lekt. dr. Anita 

SREBNIK

 

lekt. dr. Urška 

VALENČIČ ARH

 

doc. dr. Andreja

RETELJ

Department of Classics

doc. dr. Branko

SENEGAČNIK

 

doc. dr. David

MOVRIN

 

lekt. Barbara

ŠEGA ČEH

 

doc. dr. Andreja

INKRET

Department of Musicology

red. prof. dr. Matjaž 

BARBO

 

red. prof. dr. Leon 

STEFANIJA

 

asist. dr. Nejc 

SUKLJAN

Department of Educational Sciences

izr. prof. dr. Barbara 

ŠTEH

 

izr. prof. dr. Monika 

GOVEKAR OKOLIŠ

 

doc. dr. Andreja

HOČEVAR

 

izr. prof. dr. Damijan 

ŠTEFANC

 

doc. dr. Petra

GREGORČIČ MRVAR

 

doc. dr. Katja

JEZNIK

 

asist. dr. Marjeta 

ŠARIĆ

Department of Translation Studies

red. prof. dr. Nike

KOCIJANČIČ POKORN

 

red. prof. dr. Vojko

GORJANC

 

red. prof. dr. Agnes

PISANSKI PETERLIN

 

doc. dr. Silvana

OREL KOS

 

doc. dr. Sonia

VAUPOT

 

izr. prof. dr. Tanja

ŽIGON

 

doc. dr. Nataša

HIRCI

 

lekt. dr. Amalija

MAČEK

 

doc. dr. Adriana

MEZEG

Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory

red. prof. dr. Matevž 

KOS

 

red. prof. dr. Vid

SNOJ

 

asist. dr. Alen Albin

ŠIRCA

Department of Comparative and General Linguistics

red. prof. dr. Marina

ZORMAN

 

izr. prof. dr. Christina

MANOUILIDOU

Department of Romance Languages and Literatures

red. prof. dr. Jasmina 

MARKIČ

 

doc. dr. Marjana

ŠIFRAR KALAN
 

izr. prof. dr. Patrizia 

FARINELLI

 

izr. prof. dr. Boštjan Marko 

TURK

 

doc. dr. Katarina

MARINČIČ

 

doc. dr. Agata 

ŠEGA

 

izr. prof. dr. Meta 

LAH

 

lekt. Gemma Maria 

SANTIAGO ALONSO

 

lekt. mag. Daša 

STANIČ

 

asist. dr. Mirjam

PREMRL

Department of Psychology

izr. prof. dr. Andreja

AVSEC

 

izr. prof. dr. Eva

BOŠTJANČIČ

 

red. prof. dr. Sonja

PEČJAK

 

red. prof. dr. Cirila

PEKLAJ

 

izr. prof. dr. Gregor

SOČAN

 

doc. dr. Luka

KOMIDAR

 

asist. dr. Tina

PIRC

Department of Slavistics

red. prof. dr. Vesna

POŽGAJ HADŽI

 

doc. dr. Vanda 

BABIČ

 

doc. dr. Tatjana

BALAŽIC BULC

 

doc. dr. Blaž

PODLESNIK

 

izr. prof. dr. Maria

WTORKOWSKA

 

lekt. Tatjana

KOMAROVA

 

lekt. Bojana

MALTARIĆ

 

lekt. Darija

PIVK

Department of Slovenian Studies

red. prof. dr. Irena 

OREL

 

izr. prof. dr. Alenka

ŽBOGAR

 

izr. prof. dr. Aleksander

BJELČEVIČ

 

izr. prof. dr. Hotimir

TIVADAR

 

izr. prof. dr. Urška

PERENIČ

Department of Sociology

izr. prof. dr. Damjan

MANDELC

 

izr. prof. dr. Anja

ZALTA

 

doc. dr. Igor 

ŠKAMPERLE

 

doc. dr. Primož

KRAŠOVEC

Department of Art History

doc. dr. Stanko 

KOKOLE

 

izr. prof. dr. Beti 

ŽEROVC

 

doc. dr. Rebeka

VIDRIH

Department of History

doc. dr. Bojan 

BALKOVEC

 

izr. prof. dr. Janez

MLINAR

 

izr. prof. dr. Sašo

JERŠE

 

doc. dr. Kornelija

AJLEC

Physical Education Division

pred. Metka 

JERMAN ŠENICA

 

 

 

Students

Marko

CIGAN

 

Katja

ČERNE

 

Karin

GRADIŠNIK

 

Sara

GULAM

 

Mia

HOČEVAR

 

Pia

HUDOURNIK

 

Amadeja

ISKRA

 

Luka

JANC

 

Višnja

JERMAN

 

Vida

JOCIF

 

Jaka

KLASINC

 

Timotej

KLOPČIČ

 

Daniel

KURE

 

Rok

MRVIČ

 

Andrej

NOVINEC

 

Nataša Martina

PINTARIČ

 

Katja Ana

POKERŽNIK

 

Nisja Naja

RESINOVIČ

 

Sara Svati

SHARAN

 

Kajetan

ŠKRABAN

  Maja VALANT
  Anja ZIDAR
  Tina ŽERDONEV MARINŠEK

The Commissions of the Senate of the University of Ljubljana

On 21 November 2017 the Senate of the University of Ljubljana appointed new members of its commissions. The Faculty of Arts has representatives in 13 commissions out of 20:

  • Disciplinary Commission (II. degree) for students (doc. dr. Gorazd Kovačič)
  • The Habilitation Commission (prof. dr. Martina Ožbot Currie)
  • Commission for undergraduate studies (izr. prof. dr. Maja Šabec)
  • Commission for doctoral studies (prof. dr. Smiljana Komar)
  • Quality Commission (izr. prof. dr. Barbara Pihler Ciglič)
  • Commission for Master's Studies (izr. prof. dr. Gašper Ilc)
  • Commission for awarding honorary titles and awards (prof. dr. Tone Smolej)
  • Commission for Prešeren Awards for Students (prof. dr. Jasmina Markič)
  • The Commission for University Student Complaints (doc. dr. Irena Samide)
  • Library System Development (mag. Priscila Gulič)
  • Commission for socio-economic issues of students (dr. Luka Omladič)
  • Commission for students with special (izr. prof. dr. Hotimir Tivadar)
  • Statutarna komisija (prof. dr. Nike Kocijančič Pokorn)

Student Council

The Student Council of the Faculty of Arts (SCFA) is the highest and sole representative student body at the faculty. It is a university body defined by the Higher Education Act, the Statutes of the University of Ljubljana, the Rules of the Faculty of Arts, and the Rules on the Functioning of the SCFA. All students of the Faculty of Arts have the right to run for the position of councillor during the elections.

All full-time and part-time students have the right to vote. The elections are held every year in the second week of November. Once the student representatives have been elected (as a rule the council consists of 22 members: one representative of every department and one graduate student), they elect leadership within the council (a president, vice-president, and secretary). The mandate of the councillors lasts one year. The councillors do not receive any financial compensation for their work or participation at the SCFA meetings or at other Faculty of Arts bodies' meetings. SCFA discusses everything related to the rights and duties of students, provides its opinion on the candidates for the position of faculty Dean, and elects student members of the working and other bodies of the Faculty of Arts. It provides its stance regarding teachers' pedagogical qualifications on behalf of students. It uses the funds acquired for its activities from the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, and Technology to co-finance various activities related to study (trips, publications, lectures etc.). SCFA's activities are public and are open to all interested parties.

In 2019, the Faculty of Arts celebrated its centennial

On 3 December 1919 at 9 a.m. the first lecture began in the former State Mansion of Carniola, thus ushering in the birth of the Faculty of Arts and the University of Ljubljana.

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