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PhD Mateja Režek

PhD Mateja Režek
no.: 15635 source: ARIS

researcher – active in research organisation
E-mail mateja.rezekat signzrs-kp.si
Foreign language skills
Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
6.01.00  Humanities  Historiography   

Code Science Field
H250  Humanities  Contemporary history (since 1914) 
Keywords
contemporary political history, diplomatic history, Cold War, Yugoslavia, socialism, federalism, political dissidence, censorship, history textbooks
Points
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198.97
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278.97
CI10
31
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1.21
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Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on March 4, 2024; A3 for period 2018-2022 (update for tender in 2023: YES)
Data for ARIS tenders ( 12.01.2024 – Project tender, archive )
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS 18  14  2.33 
Scopus 39  31  3.44 
Education
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Level of education Professional title Study subject Faculty Year
      SI University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts 1994 
Master's degree    History  SI University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts 1998 
Doctor's degree  Ph. D.   History  SI University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts 2000 
Doctoral dissertations and other final papers Show
Obtaining results now
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Employments
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Type of employment Research org. Research group Date of employment Position Title ecris.org.employ_rolegroup
Full time employment (100%, RD:100%)  Science and Research Centre Koper  Inštitut za zgodovinske študije (Slovene)  10/1/2011  Senior research associate    Researcher 
Research projects Legend
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no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. J6-50187  Being European and Decolonial: Utopian Realism of the Yugoslav Nonaligned Internationalism   2023 - 2024  PhD Jure Ramšak  3,207 
2. N6-0304  Rendering a Globalization Otherwise   2023 - 2024  PhD Jure Ramšak  1,213 
3. N6-0173  Religious change in Slovenia and Yugoslavia: Religious conversions and processes of atheization   2021 - 2024  PhD Gašper Mithans  1,933 
4. J6-3121  Decade of Decadence. Citizenship, Belonging, and Indifference to the State in the Northern Adriatic Borderland, 1914-1924.   2021 - 2024  PhD Borut Klabjan  2,279 
5. J6-1800  Adriatic Welfare States. Social Politics in a Transnational Borderland from the mid-19th until the 21st Century.   2019 - 2023  PhD Borut Klabjan  2,390 
6. J6-9356  ANTIFASCISM IN THE JULIAN MARCH IN TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE, 1919–1954   2018 - 2022  PhD Jože Pirjevec  3,989 
7. J6-9353  The engagement between Marxism and Christianity in Slovenia, 1931–1991   2018 - 2022  PhD Jure Ramšak  3,154 
8. J6-7152  Borders in Arms. Political Violence in the northern Adriatic, 1914-1941.   2016 - 2018  PhD Borut Klabjan  4,403 
9. N6-0039  Yugoslav Self-Management Experiment and the Discussion on Development of European Socialism between East and West (1950-1980)   2015 - 2018  PhD Jože Pirjevec  3,047 
10. J6-6833  SITES OF MEMORY, SITES OF BARRIER: MEMORY AND IDENTITY IN THE ITALO-SLOVENE BORDERLANDS IN THE LONG TWENTIETH CENTURY   2014 - 2017  PhD Borut Klabjan  4,580 
11. J6-6832  Slovene diplomats and foreign policy aspects of the independence process of the Republic of Slovenia, 1980–1992   2014 - 2017  PhD Jože Pirjevec  6,554 
12. N6-0010  Balkan Borderlands - Balkanske meje: nasilje, konflikti in sodelovanje (Slovene)   2012 - 2015  PhD Jože Pirjevec  3,794 
13. L6-5555  Moč malih istrskih mest (14. do 18. stoletje) (Slovene)   2014  PhD Darko Darovec  4,200 
14. J6-4112  THE SLOVENES IN YUGOSLAV DIPLOMACY AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS ACTIVITIES IN THE PERIOD BETWEEN 1941 AND 1980: OUTSTANDING ISSUES AND RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES   2011 - 2014  PhD Jože Pirjevec  3,532 
15. J7-3629  FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN HISTORICAL, HUMANISTIC AND SOCIAL HORIZONS   2010 - 2013  PhD Dean Komel  4,795 
16. J6-3634  Position and Role of Slovenia in the Yugoslav State after World War II (1945-1991)   2010 - 2013  PhD Zdenko Čepič  3,530 
17. L6-2388  ARETACIJE, DEPORTACIJE IN USMRTITVE S STRANI JUGOSLOVANSKIH OBLASTI NA OBMOčJU JULIJSKE KRAJINE PO 1. MAJU 1945 (Slovene)   2009 - 2012  PhD Jože Pirjevec  2,930 
18. J6-0946  Freedom of speech and press; its restriction in Slovenia (1945-1991)   2008 - 2011  PhD Mateja Režek  3,480 
19. J6-9566  Economic impact on the political turning points in Slovenia from the "Vormaerz" period till independence 1991   2007 - 2009  PhD Peter Vodopivec  3,137 
20. V5-0261  Primerjalno proučevanje delovanja varnostnega sistema v krizni situaciji z ozirom na begunsko problematiko: Problematika madžarskih beguncev po drugi svetovni vojni in zlasti leta 1956-57 v Sloveniji (Slovene)   2007 - 2008  PhD Attila Kovacs  2,192 
21. V6-0278  VprašanjA humanosti v perspektivi kulturnega , znanstvenega in družbenega razvoja Slovenije in nujnost humanistične diskusije (Slovene)   2007 - 2008  PhD Dean Komel  4,395 
22. Z6-3247  The political history of the slovenes in yugoslavia from 1958 to 1963   2004 - 2005  PhD Mateja Režek  184 
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Biography
Mateja Režek has a PhD in history and works as a Senior Research Fellow at the Science and Research Centre Koper. She graduated from the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, and became a young researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History in Ljubljana in 1995. She received her PhD from the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, in 2000 with a dissertation entitled “Political Changes in Slovenia/Yugoslavia in the Decade following the Cominform Conflict, 1948–1958.” After her doctorate, she continued her research at the Institute of Contemporary History and then at the Institute of Humanities. Since 2012 she has been employed at the Science and Research Centre in Koper. In addition to her research, she has also been engaged in pedagogical work. Between 2007 and 2016, she was employed as an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Primorska, where she lectured in World History of the 20th Century and History of the Balkans. The field of her research is contemporary political and diplomatic history. She focuses on the history of socialist Yugoslavia and the Cold War, especially on: relations between Yugoslavia and the countries of the Middle East and the Eastern bloc; political dissidence and censorship during the period of socialism; federalism and the national question; the politicization of historiography and history textbooks; and the relations between church and state. She has authored two scientific monographs and contributed numerous scientific articles to peer-reviewed journals and collected volumes. She is also the co-author of history textbooks for grammar schools and a member of the National Commission for the Matura Exam in History.
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