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Slovenian of the 20th Century

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
6.01.00  Humanities  Historiography   

Code Science Field
H230  Humanities  Modern history (up to circa 1800) 
Slovenia, liberal Unitarian, Catholic, Marxist camp, cultural policy, world war, political opposition, industrialisation, finances, provisions, social assistance
Evaluation (rules)
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Researchers (17)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  06406  PhD Zdenko Čepič  Historiography  Researcher  1998 - 2000 
2.  08410  PhD Vida Deželak-Barič  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
3.  08192  PhD Ervin Dolenc  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
4.  01151  PhD Jasna Fischer  Historiography  Head  2000 
5.  00840  PhD Aleš Gabrič  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
6.  08394  PhD Bojan Godeša  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
7.  09653  PhD Damijan Guštin  Historiography  Researcher  1999 - 2000 
8.  13394  Nataša Kandus  Historiography  Researcher  1996 - 2000 
9.  00312  PhD Franc Kresal  Historiography  Researcher  1996 - 2000 
10.  08543  PhD Žarko Lazarevič  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
11.  17810  Irena Mazi    Researcher  2000 
12.  04075  PhD Boris Mlakar  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
13.  08411  PhD Jurij Perovšek  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
14.  04769  PhD Jože Prinčič  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
15.  10673  PhD Andrej Studen  Historiography  Researcher  2000 
16.  12928  PhD Nevenka Troha  Historiography  Researcher  1996 - 2000 
17.  00351  PhD Anamarija Vidovič-Miklavčič  Historiography  Researcher  1996 - 2000 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0501  Institute for Contemporary History  Ljubljana  5057116000 
The project studies the political, conceptual, cultural, economic and social history of the Slovenes between the second half of the 19th century and the independence of Slovenia. For the period between the First and the Second World Wars the research has been focused on the study of conceptual political ideas and practical work in three traditional political camps. Attention has been devoted to the development of numerous party, educational and cultural structures, analysis of middle-class opposition and assertion of the workers’ movement. Positions on all national law, national politics and social-economic matters have been individually analysed. The research on political history during and after World War II has been arranged according to contents and time into two, more or less completed periods. For the first period, the emphasis has been put on the examination of individual political and military subjects involved in the war and the persecution of war crimes. The research on the second period has been focused on political relations between political, governmental and cultural organisations, the opposition forces acting within those organisations, and alteration of political reality as well as international relations with Italy. The research particularly deals with issues of the economic and social development of Slovenia between the second half of the 19th century and the political and economic independence of Slovenia. Prominent is the research on industrialisation, formation and functional division of the financial sector (credit co-operatives, savings banks and banks), conjuncture periods, investment cycles, and problems arising from social policy, lifestyle, and economic and social principles. Within the agricultural sector the focus has been on the complex agricultural policy and making provisions for the population in the period after World War II.
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