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Slovenes in the area of the former yugoslavia outside slovenia

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
6.01.00  Humanities  Historiography   

Code Science Field
S220  Social sciences  Cultural anthropology, ethnology 
H250  Humanities  Contemporary history (since 1914) 
Slovenes, the area of the former Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenian soldiers, Slovenian economists, Slovenian scholars, Slovenian priests, Slovenian artists, Slovenian round table, »Ivan Cankar« culture club, Union of Slovenes from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenian refugees, Sarajevo, Slatina.
Evaluation (rules)
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Researchers (4)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  13082  PhD Vera Kržišnik-Bukić  Historiography  Head  1998 - 2000  348 
2.  07653  PhD Karmen Medica  Anthropology  Researcher  1998 - 2000  395 
3.  04663  Janez Stergar  Historiography  Researcher  1998 - 2000  952 
4.  07655  PhD Irena Šumi  Criminology and social work  Researcher  1998 - 2000  394 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0507  Institute for Ethnic Studies  Ljubljana  5051517000  4,526 
Within the long-term project SLOVENES IN THE AREA OF THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA in 1998 main research attention was dedicated to Slovenes in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As the book SLOVENES IN CROATIA (1995) was the fruit of the first project phase, thus the result of the second phase, the miscellany SLOVENES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA should be published in 1999 as the second book of the project. Slovenes in Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia will be treated thereafter. The majority of the research work on the miscellany SLOVENES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA was nearly finished in 1998. 26 authors, half of them from Slovenia and the other half from Bosnia and Herzegovina, will take part in the book. Different thematic aspects on the Slovenes in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the past and present will be treated methodologically through general historiography, ecclesiastical and literary historiography, law and international law, geography and demography, sociology, ethnology, anthropology and linguistics. There are two facts in the contemporary life of the Slovenes in Bosnia and Herzegovina which in comparison with other Slovenes outside Slovenia put them in a specific position. Firstly, they are the only Slovenian ethnic entity (besides partly the Slovenes in Croatia) who have experienced the war situation due to objective circumstances in the last decade of the 20. century. Secondly, they are probably the only Slovenian ethnic minority anywhere whose number is increasing.
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