The multidisciplinary, international and bilingual academic journal Dve domovini / Two Homelands: Migration Studies is the central Slovenian journal in migration studies. It publishes articles and book reviews in the fields of humanities and social sciences focusing on various aspects of international migration. The journal has been published since 1990 and has an international editorial board. In 2014, the journal received the recognition of TOP ACHIEVEMENT FOR 2013 in Social Sciences. Abstracts and indexing: SSCI – Social Sciences Citation Index, SCOPUS, FRANCIS (Sociology/Ethnology/Linguistics of Francis), IBZ – International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, IBR – International Bibliography of Book Reviews, Sociological Abstracts, IBSS International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, MSHMaisons des Sciences de l’Homme, Social SciSearch, Journal Citation Reports / Social Science Edition. Dve domovini / Two Homelands homepage: http://twohomelands.zrcsazu.si/?home&lang=en. Besides the chief editor, M. Milharčič Hladnik, another two members of the project team, J. Mlekuž and A. Kalc, have also been members of this journal's international editorial board. J. Mlekuž was the chief editor of the journal in the period 2008-2015.
C.04 Editorial board of an international magazineCOBISS.SI-ID: 3025930
The Migration academic monograph series and its subseries Migrantke / Migrant Women include publications by authors from Slovenian and foreign research organizations and universities. Aleksej Kalc (editor-in-chief) has been active in the field of Slovenian and international promotion of scientific achievements in migration studies. 28 (3 in the last year) academic monographs by authors from Slovenia and from abroad have been published in this series in Slovenian, English and French so far.
C.07 Other editorial boardCOBISS.SI-ID: 114868480
The contribution presents the consequences of the mass emigration (90%) of the Italian population (»istrian exodus«) and the repopulation of the Istrian towns by newcomers from Slovenia en other parts of Yugoslavia after WWII. The author discusses the concept of »interrupted histories«, the relations between the »old« and the »new« inhabitants, the old and the new identities, the perception of the spaces, the collective memories, the questions of cohabitation, heritage and tradition. This analysis sheds light on how memory appropriation and silencing processes reflect changing power relations.
B.03 Paper at an international scientific conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 1540209860
Interview on the RTV Slovenia channel about the book The age of the great migration in Slovenia. Discussion on the migration movements and migrants as constitutive factors of the social, economic and cultural development.
B.06 OtherCOBISS.SI-ID: 54122755
International master study programme EMMIR – European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations – is a result of the Slovenian Migration Institute's cooperation with European and African universities (from Slovenia, Germany, Norway, Czech Republic, Sudan and Uganda), with the support of the programme for international cooperation and exchange of students and professors in higher education Erasmus Mundus. European Commission recognised this programme as unique mainly because of its interdisciplinary and intercultural perspective. The project's team member M. Milharčič Hladnik is member of the teachers' team within this study programme, which takes place in Slovenia and in foreign partner universities.
D.10 Educational activitiesCOBISS.SI-ID: 44713005