- Vesna Rožić
(b Našice, Jan 3, 1972). Croatian musicologist. He studied musicology at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb, graduating in 1995. Later he studied with musicologist Nikša Gligo and literary theorist Vladimir Biti at Zagreb University (MA 1998). As a Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst scholarship winner he studied with musicologists Helmut Rösing and Albrecht Schneider at Hamburg University, gaining the PhD (2004) with a dissertation on the epistemological problems of contemporary music scholarship oriented toward an active role in identity politics. Since 1996 he has taught at the department of musicology at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb. He was a visiting fellow at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana and also taught at the Inter-University Centre in Dubrovnik. He is a member of the Croatian musicological society (Zagreb), Society of Croatian Composers (Zagreb), and Gesellschaft für Musik und Ästhetik (Freiburg i. B.).
Davidovic’s interests are multiple and interdisciplinary. As a musicologist of a distinctively systematic orientation, he is concerned with issues such as listening, value judgments, and the notion of harmony. He has published on various musical practices of the 19th and 20th centuries. In addition he has translated into Croatian books on cinema aesthetics (A. García Düttmann, ...