54 / 2021

Two homelands

FRANCESCO DELLA PUPPA, FABIO PEROCCO: The Coronavirus Crisis and Migration: Inequalities, Discrimination, Resistance; FABIO PEROCCO: The Coronavirus Crisis and Migration: The Pan-Syndemic and Its Impact on Migrants; ARUN KUMAR ACHARYA, SANJIB PATEL: Vulnerabilities of Internal Returnee Migrants in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic in India; YASMIN SAIKIA: The Muslim Precariat of Assam: Contagion, Migrants, and COVID-19; MOHAMMAD RIDUAN PARVEZ: Social Stigma and COVID-19: The Experiences of Bangladeshi Returnees from Italy; NICOLA COSTALUNGA: Entry Denied: Japan’s Border Restrictions in the Time of the COVID-19 Emergency; REENA KUKREJA: COVID-19, Racial Capitalism, and Undocumented Bangladeshi Agricultural Workers in Manolada, Greece; MARINA CENEDESE, IVANA SPIROVSKA: Online Education of Marginalized Children in North Macedonia and Italy During the COVID-19 Pandemic; PAOLA BONIZZONI, SENYO DOTSEY: Migration and Legal Precarity in the Time of Pandemic: Qualitative Research on the Italian Case; DAVIDE FILIPPI, LUCA GILIBERTI: Italian Reception Policies and Pandemic: From Exclusion to Abandonment; STEFANIA SPADA: Old Rhetoric and New Devices: Quarantine Ships as an Instrument of Externalization; GIULIANA SANò, OMID FIROUZI TABAR: The “Double Emergency” and the Securitization of the Humanitarian Approach in the Italian Reception System within the Pandemic Crisis ; SONILA DANAJ, ERKA ÇARO: Intra-EU Mobility: The Employment and Welfare Experience of Temporary EU Workers in the United Kingdom; MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: The Beginnings of Mother Tongue Lessons of Slovenian Language and Culture in Germany in the Twentieth Century; DUŠKA KNEŽEVIĆ HOČEVAR, SANJA CUKUT KRILIĆ: Mental Health and Migration: The Applicability of the Mental Health First Aid Program; MIHA ZOBEC: Book review - Annemarie Steidl, On Many Routes: Internal, European, and Transatlantic Migration in the Late Habsburg Empire: West Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue University Press, 2021, 344 pp.; LUCIJA KLUN: Book Review - Jernej Mlekuž, ABCČĆ migracij: Založba ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, 2021

53 / 2021

Two homelands

JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: A Handmaid's Tale? Stories of Women Migrants Who Were Not Stopped by Walls; JAKA REPIČ: Images of Branislava Sušnik among the Slovenians in Argentina: Migration, Life in Paraguay, and Connections with the Homeland; MARIJA MOJCA TERČELJ: The Overlooked Researcher: The Contribution of Dr. Branislava Sušnik to the Research of the Indigenous Cultures of Paraguay; KRISTINA TOPLAK: Between Creativity and Migration: The Life Course of Artist and Refugee Bara Remec; ANA JELNIKAR: Marija Sreš, the Missionary Who Became an Indian Writer: Toward New Trends in Researching Women Missionaries; JELKA ZORN: The European Border Regime: People Smuggling and the Paradox of the Criminalization of Solidarity; ROK ZUPANČIČ, DENIS PREMEC: The Attitudes of People Living at the Slovenian State Border Toward Immigrants: A Case Study of the Municipalities Kostel and Osilnica; ELA PORIĆ, ALEŠ ČRNIČ: Representations of Islam and Muslims in Slovenian Primary School Textbooks; URŠKA STRLE: Identity Transformations in Migratory Processes: The Fluid Belonging of a Canadian with Slovenian-Italian Roots; MIHA ZOBEC: Book Review – Anna Mazurkiewicz (ur.), East Central European Migrations During the Cold War: A Handbook; Berlin in Boston, De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2019, 430 str.

52 / 2020

Two homelands

ANDREJ KURNIK, MAPLE RAZSA: Reappropriating the Balkan Route: Mobility Struggles and Joint-Agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina; MARIJA BRUJIĆ: “There’s No Place Like Home”: Female EU Migrants in Belgrade; FRANCESCO DELLA PUPPA: Trade Unions, Migrant Workers, and Racial Discrimination in Italy in Times of Economic Crisis; DAMJAN FUJS, SIMON VRHOVEC: Use of Social Networking Services among Slovenes around the World; SOFIA MORALES, JULIJA SÖHNHOLZ: Taking Part and Being There: A Small Insight into the Spatial Participation of Young Adult Immigrants in Oldenburg’s Public Spaces; MARTINA BOFULIN: Chinese Migrants and COVID-19: Mobility and Exclusion in the Time of Pandemic; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Brain Drain from the End of the 1950s to the Beginning of the 1990s with an Emphasis on Slovenia; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: “Not Serbs, not Slovenes, not Catholics or Orthodox, not even Italian and our Citizens”: How the Slovenian Newspapers Reported on the Slovenian Colony in Bistrenica (Macedonia) 1930–1940; IRENA LESAR, IVANA MAJCEN, ANJA PODLESEK: Attitudes of (Future) Educational Staff as a Basis for Quality Inclusion of Immigrant Children; MIHA ZOBEC: Book Review - Marcelo J. Borges in Sonia Cancian (ur.), Migrant Letters: Emotional Language, Mobile Identities, and Writing Practices in Historical Perspective; London, New York, Routledge, 2018, 206 str.

51 / 2020

Two homelands

JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: The Relevance of Louis Adamic for the 21st Century; KSENIJA ŠABEC: Representations of Native Americans in Adamic’s Writing on (New) Immigrants; JOHN PAUL ENYEART: Trieste and Louis Adamic’s Transnational Identities; LEONORA FLIS: Social Engagement and Multiculturalism in Louis Adamic’s Literary Journalism and Documentary Prose; MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ, MILAN MRđENOVIĆ: Louis Adamic and the Second World War in American and Slovenian Historiography; MILAN MRđENOVIĆ: Reactions to Adamic's Work in the American and Slovenian Press between 1931 and 1934; JOAN LACOMBA, MOURAD ABOUSSI: Migration and Development Organizations: The Diversification of Civil Society in Spain; LAURE ZARIF KEYROUZ: Mobility and Identity in the Art and Literature of Etel Adnan ; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Collective Experience of Defection and other Types of Youth Emigration after the Second World War in Written, Oral and other Auto/Biographical Sources; BLAŽ LENARČIČ: The Migration Process in the Network Society; TANJA ŽIGON, VESNA KONDRIČ HORVAT, BOŠTJAN UDOVIČ: Questions of Identity, Migrations and Transculturality: The Case of the Poet Cvetka Lipuš; MIHA ZOBEC: Book Review - John Paul Enyeart, Death to Fascism: Louis Adamic’s Fight for Democracy Baltimore, University of Illinois Press, 2019, 216 str.

50 / 2019

Two homelands

ANA JELNIKAR: Slovene Women Missionaries in India: Contexts, Methods and Considerations; IRENA AVSENIK NABERGOJ: The Mission of the Church in Dialogue with Non-Christian Religions; HELENA MOTOH: “Our Bengal Mission”: Negotiation of National and Transnational Agendas by Interwar Yugoslav Missionaries in Bengal; TAMARA DITRICH: Female Renouncers in India: A Neglected Chapter in the History of Indian Religions; BENJAMIN ZACHARIAH: The Tongue is Mightier than the Printing Press? Reflections on the Production of Oral Histories and on Languages of Legitimation; NATAŠA ROGELJA: A Life in Letters: An Anthropological Reflection on the Correspondence of Slovene Missionary sr. Conradina Resnik; FRANCESCO DELLA PUPPA: Transnational Families and Migrant Masculinities: The Social Institution of Male Adulthood and Family Reunification in the Bangladeshi Diaspora in Italy; DUŠKA KNEŽEVIĆ HOČEVAR, SANJA CUKUT KRILIĆ: Contestable Demographic Reasoning Regarding Labour Mobility and Migration; LEV CENTRIH: “Maribor by the Sea”: The League of Communists of Slovenia and the Question of the Settlement of the Koper District 1945–1965; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: Control of Uncontrolled Migrations: How the Slovenian Newspapers Reported on Defections From Yugoslavia 1945–1965; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: The Political Character of Migration after the Second World War: From the Politics of Revanchism to Amnesty; MARJAN SMRKE: Religiosity and Generosity Toward Migrants; MAJA GOSTIČ: The Experience of Living and Work of Contemporary Slovenian Emigrants in Austria and Germany; LUCIA KULIHOVA: Misleading Data on Passenger Lists as a Consequence of Restrictive American Migration Legislation; GAZIZA TOLESH: Book Review - Khaled A. Beydoun, American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear Oakland, California, University California Press, 2018

49 / 2019

Two homelands

VERONIKA BAJT, MOJCA FRELIH: Crimmigration in Slovenia; MOJCA M. PLESNIČAR, JAKA KUKAVICA: Punishing the Alien: The Sentencing of Foreign Offenders in Slovenia; ALEŠ ZAVRŠNIK: The European Digital Fortress and Large Biometric EU IT Systems: Border Criminology, Technology, and Human Rights; NEŽA KOGOVŠEK ŠALAMON: The Role of the Conditionality of EU Membership in Migrant Criminalization in the Western Balkans; VASJA BADALIČ: Rejected Syrians: Violations of the Principle of “Non-Refoulement” in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon; VLASTA JALUŠIČ: Criminalizing “Pro-Immigrant” Initiatives: Reducing the Space of Human Action ; MOJCA PAJNIK: Autonomy of Migration and the Governmentality of Plastic Borders; ALEKSEJ KALC: The Other Side of the “Istrian Exodus”: Immigration and Social Restoration in Slovenian Coastal Towns in the 1950s; KATJA HROBAT VIRLOGET: The “Istrian Exodus” and the Istrian Society that Followed It; IGOR JOVANOVIĆ: Illegal Migration from the Croatian Part of Istria from 1945 to 1968; NEŽA ČEBRON LIPOVEC: Post-War Urbanism along the Contested Border: Some Observations on Koper/Capodistria and Trieste/Trst; MIHA ZOBEC: The Surveillance and Persecution of Slovene Antifascists in Argentina: How the Authorities Conspired in Combating “Undesired” Immigration

48 / 2018

Two homelands

FABIO PEROCCO: Posted Workers between Work Casualisation and the Precarisation of Migration; MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK, NATAŠA ROGELJA: Occupational Safety and Health in Transnational Workplaces: The Case of Posted Workers; SONILA DANAJ: Posted Work and Occupational Safety and Health: A Literature Review; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: The Migration Dynamics of the Slovenian Territory in Historical Perspective; DEJAN VALENTINČIČ: Views of Selected Australian Slovenes on the State of Democracy and Rule of Law in Slovenia; MOJCA MEDVEŠEK: The Importance of Learning Slovene within the Educational System for the Slovenian Community in Varaždin County; SONJA RUTAR: School Quality from the Perspective of Migrant Children as a Basis for Ensuring Inclusive Education; KLARA KOŽAR ROSULNIK: Biographical Learning and Identity (Re)construction: The Migration Experiences of Neža Gerkšič, aka Agnes Lacroix; URŠKA STRLE: At the Intersection of Mobility and Social Networks: A Biographical Sketch of Ivana Kobilca; MATEJA SEDMAK: Identities and Belongings of “Second-Generation Migrant Women” ; JUSTINE GRACE N. ABRUGENA: Book review - Deirdre McKay, An Archipelago of Care: Filipino Migrants and Global Networks; BEATRICE MARIOTTINI: Book Review - Natasha King, No Borders: The Politics of Immigration Control and Resistance ; ALEKSEJ KALC: Book Review - Francesca Fauri (ed.), The History of Migration in Europe: Perspectives from Economics, Politics and Sociology

47 / 2018

Two homelands

JULIA CANDELLERO, SOLEDAD AYELéN HORST, LEANDRO ROSSANO SUKICH: Slovene Immigration to Argentina from a Communications Perspective: The Slovene Mutual Association of Córdoba; JUDITA PETERLIN: Integration of Slovenes from Argentina into the Nostalgic Ancestors’ Land and the Slovene Working Environment; MOHAMMAD MORAD, JURE GOMBAČ: “Probashi” in Italy. New Destinations: Trends, Origins and Profiles of Bangladeshi Migrants in Padova and Cadoneghe; LINDA BECHT, LAURA BOUCSEIN, KATHARINA MAYR: The Dynamics of Othering in Activism as Part of Germany’s Post-2015 “Willkommenskultur”; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Researching Slovenian Emigration from the Perspective of Gendered Migration; MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: Developing Intercultural Education; ALEKSEJ KALC: Emigration from Venetian Slovenia to North America at the Beginning of the 20th Century on the Basis of Passenger Lists; ZVONE ŽIGON: Between Business and Patriotism: The Ethnic Economy and Slovenians Outside Slovenia; MARTINA BOFULIN: On Milk Formula and Diapers: The Entangled Mobilities of People and Objects within Chinese Transnational Spaces; LAURA BOUCSEIN: Book Review - Gabriella Lazaridis, International Migration to Europe: From Subjects to Abjects: Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, pp. 199.; MIHA ZOBEC: Book Review - Ulf Brunnbauer, Globalizing Southeastern Europe: Emigrants, America and the State since the Late Nineteenth Century Lexington Books, Lanham, 2016, 357 str.; BOŠTJAN ZGONC: Book Review - Louis Adamič, Novi svet – ljudje in vizije: Izbrani odlomki iz dvanajstih Adamičevih knjig Mestna knjižnica, Grosuplje, 2015, 343 str.

46 / 2017

Two homelands

JAKA REPIČ: The Impact of Mobilities on Visual Arts in the Slovenian Diaspora in Argentina; NADIA MOLEK: “Songs from the homeland” – popular music performance among descendants of Slovenian refugees in Argentina: The case of “Slovenski Instrumentalni Ansambel”; ALENKA BARTULOVIĆ, MIHA KOZOROG: Gender and Music-Making in Exile: Female Bosnian Refugee Musicians in Slovenia; NADIA MOLEK, JUAN CARLOS RADOVICH, JUAN ESTEBAN DE JAGER, AMALIA PEREZ MOLEK: Representations of Memories through Art: The Artistic Work of Zdravko Dučmelić in Argentina; KRISTINA TOPLAK: Artists’ mobility in the EU: Between Opportunities and Impediments; FLORENTINA SCâRNECI DOMNIşORU, CODRINA CSESZNEK: Ethnographic Reflections of Return Migration in a Romanian Rural Community; MITJA DURNIK: Slovenian Immigrants and the Ethnic Economy in Contemporary Canada; JANEZ MALAČIČ: Migrant Crisis and Migration Policy in Europe: From Demographic Imbalances and Political Turmoil to the Increasing Migration Stream; MEGI ROŽIČ: A Complex Linguistic Identity as a Consequence of Migration in the Literary Works of Brina Svit and Eva Hoffman; MITJA VELIKONJA: “Yugoslavia After Yugoslavia”: Graffiti About the Former Homeland in the New Post-Yugoslav Homelands; MATEJA KROFL: Islam, Transnational Dress and Identity: Migration of Images, Transformation of Meanings; LUCIE MACKOVA: Book Review - Elizabeth Mavroudi and Caroline Nagel, Global Migration: Patterns, Processes, and Politics (Lucie Mackova); ROZINA ŠVENT: Book Review - Alojzij Geržinič, Od Save do Srebrne reke Mladika, Trst, 2015; Pavle Borštnik, Moj čas Mladika, Trst, 2016

45 / 2017

Two homelands

MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK: Introduction to the Thematic Section; CLAUDIA SCHNEIDER: A Conceptual Framework for Analysing Admission Policy: A Case Study of Recent Developments in Germany’s Asylum Policy; SYNNøVE BENDIXSEN: The Production of Irregular Migrants: The Case of Norway; DARJA ZAVIRŠEK: “Stultifera Navis” on the Balkan Refugees Route; MATEJA SEDMAK, ZORANA MEDARIĆ: Life Transitions of the Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Slovenia: Subjective Views; TJAŠA ŽAKELJ, BLAŽ LENARČIČ: Determination of the Best Interest of Unaccompanied Minors in Slovenia; ANDREJA VEZOVNIK: Introduction to the Thematic Section; KSENIJA VIDMAR HORVAT: The Balkan Road and the Guarding of Europe: The Refugee Crisis on the Borders of Slovenia; ANDREJA VEZOVNIK: Otherness and Victimhood in the Tabloid Press: The Case of the “Refugee Crisis” in “Slovenske Novice”; MARUŠA PUŠNIK: The Dynamics of Journalistic Discourse on Populism and Extremism: Moralistic Stories about Refugees; BREDA LUTHAR: Refugees and “Odmevi”: The Epistemology of Conventions; MOJCA PAJNIK: Media-Political Parallelism: Legitimization of Migration Policy in Editorials in the Daily Newspaper “Delo”; DEJAN JONTES: Between Detachment and Engagement: Paradoxes in Reproting about the “Refugee Crisis” in Daily Press; LAURA BOUCSEIN: Book Review - Gregory Feldman: The Migration Apparatus. Security, Labor, and Policymaking in the European Union. Stanford University Press, 2012, pp. 224 ; ALEKSEJ KALC: Book Review - Paolo Barcella, Michele Colucci (ur.), Frontalieri, ASEI – Archivio storico dell'emigrazione italiana 12/2016. Edizioni Sette Città, Viterbo

44 / 2016

Two homelands

MITJA SARDOČ: The Legacy of Liberalism, Community and Culture; JEFF SPINNER-HALEV: Uncertain Theoretical Foundations of Cultural Rights; AVIGAIL EISENBERG: The Assessment of Cultures and the Autonomy of Communities; EAMONN CALLAN: Kymlicka on Cultural Rights and Liberalism; HELDER DE SCHUTTER: The Liberal Linguistic Turn: Kymlicka’s Freedom Account Revisited; WILL KYMLICKA: Liberalism, Community and Culture Twenty-Five Years On: Philosophical Inquiries and Political Claims; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Theorizing the Concept of Multiculturalism through Taylor's ‘Politics of Recognition’; ANA MARIA ARAGONéS, UBERTO SALGADO: Denmark and Norway: Matching Labor Market Needs with Qualified Migrants; ALEKSEJ KALC: Control over Migrants and Migration Movements in Imperial Austria from the 18th century to WWI; NATAŠA ROGELJA, KRISTINA TOPLAK, MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK, JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: The Posting of Workers from Slovenia: some Particularities and Problems; KSENIJA ŠABEC: Slovene Textbooks as an Agent of Ethnocentric and Racist Socialization: the Case of Elementary School Geography Textbooks ; DEJAN VALENTINČIČ: Reclamation of Slovenian Identity by the Descendants of Slovenian Immigrants in the USA and Canada in the Context of the Global Trend of Individualization ; ZALA PAVŠIČ: The Relationship between Foreign Country and Homeland on Maruša Krese's Map; ANSAR UDDIN ANAS: Book Review - Bimal Ghosh, The Global Economic Crisis and the Future of Migration: Issues and Prospects, What Will Migration Look Like in 2045? Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 ; MIRAN KOMAC: Book Review - Zaira Vidau, Upravljanje jezikovne različnosti v javni upravi: Primer slovenske, furlanske in nemške skupnosti v deželi Furlaniji Julijski krajini, Univerzitetna založba Annales, Koper, 2015; KRISTINA TOPLAK: Report - Aktivnosti projekta, Napotitev delavcev: izmenjava izkušenj, promocija dobrih praks in izboljšanje dostopa do informacij; Posting of workers sharing experiences, promoting best practices and improving access to information

43 / 2016

Two homelands

JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: IN MEMORIAM - Andrej Vovko (22. 3. 1947–5. 9. 2015),; ALEŠ BUČAR RUČMAN: Social Control and International Migration: An Analysis of Control from the Global to the Local Level; ALEKSEJ KALC: Control over Migrants and Migration Movements: A Glance at History; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Control of Control: Strategies of Resistance and Autonomy of Agency of Women Migrants in the Contemporary and Historical Perspective; MAJA MODIC: The Convergence between Migration and Policing: the Slovenian Perspective; URŠULA LIPOVEC ČEBRON, JELKA ZORN: Autonomy and Control of Migration in European “Buffer Zones” ; ZORAN KANDUČ, ALEŠ BUČAR RUČMAN: Class War, Labour and Migration: The Case of Migrant Workers in Slovenia; VESNA LESKOŠEK: Migrations and Access to Social Rights in the EU and Slovenia; MARINA PERIĆ KASELJ, ALEKSANDAR VUKIĆ, JELENA ZLATKOVIĆ WINTER: Croatian Ethnic Associations in Slovenia: Historical Context and the Ethnic Situation; VLADIMIR PREBILIČ, IRENA BAČLIJA: Reflections of Multiculturalism and Patriotism in Slovene Elementary School Curricula; ASJA PEHAR: Factors of Social Integration of Immigrants in Spain: The Example of the City of Jerez de la Frontera; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: Aleksandrinke as the Carriers of Honour of National Community in the Karol Pečnik's Post from Egypt (1897); MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: Slovenian Emigrants and their Descendants in Germany: Twenty Years of Gatherings of the Slovenian Organizations at Conferences; FRANCESCO DELLA PUPPA: Book Reviews - Mirjam Milharčič Hladnik (ed.), From Slovenia to Egypt: Aleksandrinke’s Trans-Mediterranean Domestic Workers’ Migration and National Imagination, V & R unipress, Göttingen, 2015; NATAŠA ROGELJA: Book Reviews - Catherine Doherty, Wendy Patton, Paul Shield, Familiy Mobility: Reconciling career opportunities and educational strategy Routledge, London, New York, 2015, 221 str.

42 / 2015

Two homelands

MICHAELA BENSON, NATAŠA ROGELJA: Editorial; MICHAELA BENSON: Lifestyle Migration: From the State of the Art to the Future of the Field; NICK OSBALDISTON: A Cultural Sociological Reading of Lifestyle Migration; TOBIAS WEIDINGER, STEFAN KORDEL: German Spa Towns as Retirement Destinations: How (pre)Retirees Negotiate Relocation and Locals Asses In-Migration; HILA ZABAN: The Effects of Lifestyle Migration of Jews from Western Countries on Jerusalem; NATAŠA ROGELJA: “Sail Away”: The Biographical Approach as a Tool to Understand the Concept of Temporarily Unbelonging ; MARCO EIMERMANN: Lifestyle Migration beyond Consumption – Production Binaries: Dutch Migrants and Multifunctional Rural Land Use in Sweden; FRANCESCO DELLA PUPPA: Home between bidesh and shodesh: Domestication of Living Spaces, Identity and Gender Experiences in the Bangladeshi Diaspora; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Reciprocity or Symmetry? A Comparison of Cultural Interests and Possibilities of Two Minorities; KSENIJA ŠABEC: Representations of Non-European World in Educational System: Textbooks as an Actor of Ethnocentric and Racist Socialization ; MAJA RAMOVŠ: Debates in the U.S. Senate on Immigration Reform 2012–2013; ALEKSEJ KALC: Book Reviews - Javier P. Grossutti, Via dall'Istria: L'emigrazione istriana dalla seconda metà dell'Ottocento ai primi anni Quaranta del Novecento, Università Popolare di Trieste, Unione Italiana – Fiume, Trieste, 2014, 271 str.; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Book Reviews - Vera Kržišnik Bukić, Damir Josipovič (ur.), Zgodovinski, politološki, pravni in kulturološki okvir za definicijo narodne manjšine v Republiki Sloveniji, Inštitut za narodnostna vprašanja, Ljubljana, 2014; Vera Kržišnik Bukić (ur.), Kdo so narodne manjšine v Sloveniji, Zveza zvez kulturnih društev narodov in narodnosti nekdanje SFRJ v Sloveniji, Ljubljana, 2014 ; NATAŠA ROGELJA: Book Reviews - Jasna Čapo, Caroline Hornstein Tomić, Katica Jurčević (ur.), Didov san: Transgranična iskustva hrvatskih iseljenika, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb, 2014

41 / 2015

Two homelands

JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: IN MEMORIAM; ANDREJA VEZOVNIK: Ex-Yugoslavian Immigrant Workers in Slovenia: Between Balkanization and Victimization; MIRAN KOMAC, ANDREJA BARLE LAKOTA: Breaking the Glass Ceiling: The Case of the Roma Ethnic Minority in Slovenia; FRANCISCO JAVIER GARCíA CASTAñO, MARIA RUBIO GOMEZ, OUAFAA BOUACHRA: Immigrant Students at School in Spain: Constructing a Subject of Study; REBEKA MESARIĆ ŽABČIĆ, MAGDALENA VRBANEC: The Transnational Experience of Croatian Migrants and their Descendants Born in Germany ; ALEKSEJ KALC: Trieste as a Hub of Overseas Migration Before WWI ; MOHAMMAD MORAD, JURE GOMBAČ: Transmigrants, Transnational Linkages and Ways of Belonging: The Case of Bangladeshi Migrants in Italy; MAŠA MARTY: Music Sets Forth the Journey – The Meaning of Music in Migrations; MATEJA ČOH KLADNIK: “Gangs” and the Slovene Emigration within Austrian Refugee Camps: 1945–1949; ALEŠ BUČAR RUČMAN: Analysis of Migrations and Relations in Multicultural Society: A Case Study of the City Municipality of Velenje; KARMEN ERJAVEC: Role of Media in Construction of Identity and Integration of Young Migrant Adolescents from Former Yugoslavia in Slovenian Society; MARIJA JURIĆ PAHOR: The University as a Transnational and Transcultural Space: Reflections on the Rising “Knowledge Elite”; MILANKA MUNDA, MOJCA PEČEK: Class Mates' and Teachers' Attitudes toward Roma Pupils in Elementary Schools in Maribor; KLARA KOŽAR ROSULNIK, NIVES LIČEN: Intertwining of Migrations and Learning: Biographic Learning as Forming an Identity and Knowledge through Migration Experiences ; LAURA TOMMILA: Book Reviews - Mirca Madianou, Daniel Miller: Migration and New Media. Transnational Families and Polymedia, Routledge, London, 2012, 175 pp.; EVELINA SCHÖN: Book reviews - Robyn Magalit Rodriguez, Migrants for Export – How the Philippine State Brokers Labor to the World, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 2010, 208 pp.

40 / 2014

Two homelands

NATAŠA ROGELJA, MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: The Voices of Women Migrants between Past and Present; ALEKSEJ KALC: Female Immigration and Employment in Trieste at the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: The Importance of the Biographical Method to the Re-creation of Memory of the Female Labour Migrations from Goriška; NATAŠA ROGELJA: “It’s All True!” The Use of the Biographical Method in Research on Šavrinkas; ŠPELA LEDINEK LOZEJ: Šavrinkas – Migrant Women Traders between Central Istria and Coastal Towns and Bearers of Symbolic Identifications: Sociohistorical Conditions of Labour Migrations and the “Šavrinization” of the Istrian Countryside; MAJDA HRŽENJAK: The Globalization of Care and the Situation of Slovenian Care Workers in Italy; MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: The Intercultural Education Model: For more Successful Inclusion of Immigrant Children; MILENA BEVC, SONJA URŠIČ: The Scale of International Migration, Migrants’ Education and the Influence of these Phenomena on the Size of the Slovene Population and its Educational Attainment; TEA GOLOB: Contemporary Identifications and Transnational Flows: Transnational Social Fields and Identifications of the “Ryanair Generation” of Irish Migrants; JAKA VADNJAL: The Importance of Social Capital within an Ethnic Community: Albanian Entrepreneurs in Slovenia; MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK, KRISTINA TOPLAK: Foresight as a Method in Migration Studies; NATALIJA VREČER: Book reviews - Milan Mesić, Dragan Bagić, Minority Return to Croatia – Study of an Open Process, UNHCR, Zagreb, 2011, 226 str.

39 / 2014

Two homelands

VERONIKA BAJT, NEŽA KOGOVŠEK ŠALAMON: Statelessness in Slovenia; MOJCA PAJNIK: Multiculturalism pro and Con: A criticism of the Liberal Perspective and Populist-Demagogical Denunciation; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: The Role of Emigrant/Immigrant Literature and Literary Science in Migration Research; PETRA KAVČIČ: The Golden Prague of Zofka Kveder; MAJA GODINA GOLIJA: Potica and Its Stories: Slovenes in Serbia and the Symbolic Significance of Food; TANJA PETROVIĆ: Multicultural Heritage and the Nation State: An Introduction to the Thematic Section; ANA HOFMAN: Music Heritage in Relocation: The “Guča na Krasu” Festival; TANJA PETROVIĆ: Multicultural Dynamics and Heritage (Re)Appropriation in Bela Krajina: Negotiating the Heritage of the Serbian Orthodox Community; MARTIN POGAČAR: Digital Heritage: Co-Historicity and the Multicultural Heritage of Former Yugoslavia; OTO LUTHAR: Linguistic Mobility in the Central European Periphery and Multiethnic Heritage at the Beginning of the 20th Century

38 / 2013

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ŠPELA KALČIĆ, MARKO JUNTUNEN, NATAŠA ROGELJA: Marginal Mobility: A Heuristic Tool for Comparative Analysis of Contemporary Mobilities; MARKO JUNTUNEN: Arranging Mobile Lives: Marginalised Moroccan Men in Transnational Space; ŠPELA KALČIĆ: Going Nomad: New Mobile Lifestyles among Europeans; MARI KORPELA: Marginally Mobile? The Vulnerable Lifestyle of Westerners in Goa; INES KOHL: Vagabonds or Elites? The Mobile Lifestyle of Contemporary Tuareg; ALENKA JANKO SPREIZER: Roma, Gypsy Travellers, Gens du Voyage: People who Travel?; SANJA CUKUT KRILIĆ: The Study of Ageing in Migration Studies and Social Gerontology; JURIJ KOČAR: Climate Migration in the Shyamnagar Sub-district in Bangladesh; MIHA ZOBEC: Some Aspects of Integration into Argentinian Society through the Perspective of Emigrant Correspondence; METKA LOKAR: Green as Slovenia and Red as Love: The Slovene Language among Slovenes in the Territory of Former Yugoslavia; FRANC CANKAR, TOMI DEUTSCH, OLGA DEČMAN DOBRNJIČ, STANKA SETNIKAR CANKAR: Education of Migrant Children in an International Primary School Programme: Comparison with a Slovenian Primary School; BARBARA GORNIK: Book reviews - Zorana Medarić, Mateja Sedmak (ur. / eds.), Children’s Voices: Interethnic Violence in the School Environment, Annales, Koper, 2012

37 / 2013

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KARMEN ERJAVEC: The Role of the Internet in the Integration of Immigrant Youth from Former Yugoslavia into Slovenian Society; MILENA BEVC: Emigration of Slovene Scientists in the Period 1995–2009, by Scientific Field; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Organisation, Activities and Future Challenges of Slovenian Societies in Other Parts of the Former Yugoslavia; SNEŽANA VUJADINOVIĆ, DEJAN ŠABIĆ, MARKO JOKSIMOVIĆ, RAJKO GOLIĆ, LJILJANA ŽIVKOVIĆ, DRAGICA GATARIĆ: Asylum Seekers from Serbia and the Problems of Returnees: Why Serbia is among the World’s Leading Countries in Number of Asylum Seekers; ALEKSANDAR VUKIĆ, MARIO BARA: The Importance of Observation, Classification and Description in the Construction of the Ethnic Identity of Bunjevci from Bačka (1851–1910); JANA S. ROŠKER: Cross-cultural Dialogues in Modernization Theory: The Impact of Western Philosophies upon Modern Confucianism in East Asia; NATAŠA VAMPELJ SUHADOLNIK: Chen Shizeng’s “Theory of Subjectivity”: The Influence of Chinese Literati Painting on the Artistic Search for Western Modern-‘isms’ in the Republican Era; MAJA VESELIČ: From a Plate of Mixed Appetizers toward a Melting Pot? Academic Debates on China’s Current Ethnic Policies; NATAŠA VISOČNIK: Self and Other – Representations of the Korean Minority in Japan; NAGISA MORITOKI ŠKOF, KRISTINA HMELJAK SANGAWA: Japanese Language Support for Migrant Children in Japan: Needs, Policies, Activities, Problems; MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: Poročilo z 18. Posveta slovenskih društev, katoliških misij, učiteljev, socialnih delavcev, članov folklornih skupin in pevskih zborov ter z AFA-sejma v Nemčiji

36 / 2012

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MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Intercultural Relations and Social Participation in the Migration Context; OLGA DEČMAN DOBRNJIČ, MILAN PAGON, MAJDA PŠUNDER: Evaluation of the Seriousness of Acts of Violence against Immigrant Secondary School Students in Boarding Schools; MITJA SARDOČ: The Educational Signifi cance of Engagement with Diversity; NATALIJA VREČER: The Inclusion of Multicultural Education Contents in Geography Curricula and Textbooks; IRENA LESAR, IVANA ČANČAR, ANITA JUG DOŠLER: Teachers from Slovenia and Sweden on Teaching (Newly) Immigrated Students; MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: Education for Living Together in Diversity; DRAGO KOS: An “Indigenous” European Mosque?; ŠPELA KALČIĆ: The Ethnography of Housetrucking in West Africa: Tourists, Travellers, Retired Migrants and Peripatetics; NATAŠA ROGELJA: Liveaboards in the Mediterranean: Luxury or Marginality? – Ethnographic Refl ections on Maritime Lifestyle Migrations; MILAN JAZBEC, MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Diplomat as an Actor and Object of Migration Processes; MARKO KLAVORA: Impossible Dilemma: Witnesses and Evacuation of Slovenians from Sarajevo in November 1992; TANJA ŽIGON: A Viennese Woman in Ljubljana: Hedwig von Radics-Kaltenbrunner’s Intercultural Activity; NINA VODOPIVEC: Book Reviews - Jernej Mlekuž (ur.), Klepetavi predmeti: Ko predmeti spregovorijo o nas in drugih, Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, Zbirka Migracije, Ljubljana, 2011, 165 str.; MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: Poročilo s 17. Posveta slovenskih društev, katoliških misij, učiteljev, socialnih delavcev in članov folklornih skupin v Nemčiji (Bad Urach, 23.–25. 3. 2012)

35 / 2012

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CIRILA TOPLAK: Migrations and Citizenship: “New” Concepts and Practices; SIMONA BEZJAK: Globalising Citizenship: The Impact of Global Migrations on Concept Formation; MARINKO BANJAC: European Identity through Practices of Enumeration: The Formation of EU Citizenship and European Migration Policy; ŽIGA VODOVNIK: Beyond a Construction Site, Beyond National Citizenship: The Infrapolitics of Translocal Citizenship; BLAŽ ILC: “If They Did Not Exist They Would Have To Be Invented” – The Role of Immigrants and Their Regulation in the American Socio-Political Context; JERNEJ PIKALO: Citizenship as Metaphor; DIRK HOERDER: Belonging, Membership and Mobility in Global History; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN, KRISTINA TOPLAK: Ethnic Economy and Cultural Heritage in the Context of Multiculturalism; MITJA DURNIK, JURE GOMBAČ: Theorizing the Potential of Political Economy and Social Economy Approaches in Studying the Structure of Ethnic Economies; DAMIR JOSIPOVIČ: Instrumentalization of Ethnicity within Multi-National Countries: The Colonization of Slovenes in the Austro-Hungarian Part of the Former Yugoslavia; SARA BREZIGAR: Do Third Country Nationals in Slovenia Face Prejudice and Discrimination?; SARA BREZIGAR: Do Third Country Nationals in Slovenia Face Prejudice and Discrimination?; MIHA KODERMAN, LYDIA MIHELIČ PULSIPHER: Social and Spatial Aspects of Roots Tourism in Slovenia: The Case of the Slovene-American Diaspora; MIHA KOZOROG: Marginalisation as a Context for Interpreting the Impact of a Subcultural Festival on a Local Community; ESTER SERRA MINGOT: Book Reviews - Marie Macey, Multiculturalism, Religion and Women: Doing Harm by Doing Good?, Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke, 2009 (Ester Serra Mingot); DAVID HIMLER: Book Review - Heath Wellman, Christopher & Philip Cole, Debating the Ethics of Immigration: Is there a Right to Exclude? Oxford University Press, New York, 2011, 340 pp.

34 / 2011

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ŽIGA VODOVNIK: The Performative Power of Translocal Citizenship ; NATAŠA GREGORIČ BON: The Material Lives and Journeys of the Women of Dhërmi/Drimades, Southern Albania ; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: The Literary Legacy of Slovenian Emigrants to Other European Countries ; KATJA MIHURKO PONIŽ: Representations of Aleksandrinke in the Prose of Marjan Tomšič ; ANDREJA VEZOVNIK: The Crisis of the Notion of Political Representation: The Case of Non-Citizens ; MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK: Migration, Social Policy and Social Work. Introduction to the Thematic Section; CLAUDIA SCHNEIDER, DEBORAH HOLMAN: Complex and Multi-layered Processes of Decision Making on Length of Stay: European Citizens from A8 and A2 Countries in the UK1 ; ANA M. SOBOČAN: Transnational Adoptions and Migration: Intersections and Challenges. The Slovenian Case; MOJCA PAJNIK: Narrating Belonging in the Post-Yugoslav Context; SUZANA BORNAROVA: Returning migrants in the republic of Macedonia: the Issue of Reintegration; SVETLANA TRBOJEVIK, NATASHA BOGOEVSKA: Migration, Social Exclusion and Identity Issues of Macedonian Roma ; PETER KOPIĆ: Book Reviews - Mateja Sedmak in Ernest Ženko (ur.), Razprave o medkulturnosti, Univerza na Primorskem, Znanstveno-raziskovalno središče, Univerzitetna založba Annales: Zgodovinsko društvo za Južno Primorsko, Koper 2010, 449 str.; KRISTINA TOPLAK: Book Reviews - Karmen Medica, Goran Lukič in Milan Bufon (ur.), Migranti v Sloveniji – med integracijo in alienacijo, Univerza na Primorskem, Znanstvenoraziskovalno središče, Univerzitetna založba Annales, Zgodovinsko društvo za južno Primorsko, Koper, 2010, 270 str.; ANA KRALJ: Book Reviews - Italo Pardo in Giuliana B. Prato (ur.), Citizenship and the Legitimacy of Governance: Anthropology in the Mediterranean Region, Ashgate, Farnham, 2011, 221 str.

33 / 2011

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DUŠKA KNEŽEVIĆ HOČEVAR: Faces of Migration in Discussions about Fer tility; CIRILA TOPLAK, MITJA VELIKONJA, JERNEJ PIKALO, PETER STANKOVIČ, KSENIJA ŠABEC, MIRT KOMEL: A Europe of Homelands or Homeland Europe: (European) Identity Issues; MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ: The Reac tions of Immigrants from the S outh Slavic Lands and their Descendants in the USA to the Dissolution of Yugoslavia (1989–1993); SIMONA ZAVRATNIK: Contemporary Migrations through Public Opinion; SILVIJA KREJAKOVIĆ, URŠKA STRLE: Requiem for the Accordion: Slovenes in the Context of the Mass Retaliation in Kraljevo; ŠPELA KALČIĆ: Veil Gripped by Orientalism: State Interference in Islamic Clothing Practices; BREDA MULEC: Brain Talent Circulation: A New Aim for Countries Connecting with Diasporas; ZALA VOLČIČ, KARMEN ERJAVEC: Hidden Minorities in Kosovo: “We Feel like Ghosts in our Own Community”; ŽELJKO HOLJEVAC: The Identity of the Burgenland Croats: Origins and Perspectives; MARINA PERIĆ KASELJ: Ethnic identity of Croats in Switzerland: systematization and analysis of the activities and interactions of Croatian ethnic societies; REBEKA MESARIĆ ŽABČIĆ: Croatian Radio and Television as a link between the Diaspora and Homeland Croatia: the examples of Italy, Austria and Hungary; JADRANKA GALIOT KOVAČIĆ: The Croatian Immigrant Population in the Vinkovci Area – How Hard is the Immigrant’s Crust of Bread; KRISTINA GOGIĆ: Policy and Cultural Heritage in Europe – the Croatian Minority in Hungary

32 / 2010

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MARJAN DRNOVŠEK, KRISTINA TOPLAK: CHILDREN AND MIGRATION. INTRODUCTION TO THE THEMATIC SECTION; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Children and Childhood in Migration Contexts; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Children of Diplomats in (Re)socialisation Turbulences of Migration; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Childhood, Homesickness and the Generation Gap in the Literature of Slovenian Emigrants; JURE GOMBAČ: Transnational Dynamics among the Children of Slovene Emigrants on the Internet; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Educational Care for Slovene Emigrant Youth before the Second World War; DAŠA KOPRIVEC: Migrations of the Children of the Alexandrian Women from the 1930s to the 1960s; URŠKA STRLE: Childhood in Exile; NATALIJA VREČER: Vocational Education and Training, Employment-related Mobility and Migration; MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: Multicultural Education and Multicultural Sensitivity; MOJCA PAJNIK, VERONIKA BAJT, SANJA HERIČ: Migrants in the labour market in Slovenia; SIMONA ZAVRATNIK: Human Rights and Human Trafficking: Reflections on the Slovenian Case; JAKA REPIČ: Book Review: Nataša Gregorič Bon, Prostori neskladij: Etnografija prostora in kraja v vasi Dhёrmi/ Drimades, južna Albanija, Založba ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, 2008, 263 str.

31 / 2010

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JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: A Chat with Chatty Artefacts. Introduction to topic ; SARAH LUNAČEK: Travelling Meanings of the Tuareg Veil in Different Social Contexts; LIZA DEBEVEC: Continuity and Change in Festive Food Practices among Muslims in Urban Burkina Faso; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Food and Memory in the Context of Migration; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: Burekmeanings of Burekgiving to Nonburekpeople; LUKA ZEVNIK, PETER STANKOVIČ: Changing Diets: Eating habits of immigrants from the other former Yugoslavian republics in Slovenia; NIKOLA JANOVIĆ: Balkanology: A Theoretical Contribution to the Understanding of the Role of Culinary Otherness in European Culture, or Why are the Balkans so hated even though they have such great food?; JAKA REPIČ: Ambivalent identities emerging in transnational migrations between Argentina and Slovenia; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Political Emigration and Postal Surveillance in Socialist Slovenia; KATJA MIHURKO PONIŽ: Foreigners and the Other in the Novels The Newcomers and Le testament français; MELITA POLER KOVAČIČ, KARMEN ERJAVEC: The European Union – A New Homeland for Illegal Immigrants? A Study of Imaginaries of the European Union; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Literarna in kulturna dediščina Slovencev v Argentini kot predmet raziskav; URŠKA STRLE: Book Reviews: Franca Iacovetta, Gatekeepers: Reshaping Immigrant Lives in Cold War Canada, Between the Lines, Toronto, 2006, 370 str.; MIHA ZOBEC: Book Reviews: Fernando Devoto, Historia de la inmigración en la Argentina, Sudamericana, Buenos Aires, 2003, 527 str.

30 / 2009

Two homelands

MARKO VALENTA: Family ties, female dependence and networking in exile; DUŠKA KNEŽEVIĆ HOČEVAR, SANJA CUKUT KRILIĆ, MAJDA ČERNIČ ISTENIČ: Intercultural dialogue between lip service and practice; NATAŠA GREGORIČ BON: Constructing locality and property in Dhërmi/Drimades, southern Albania; MOJCA PAJNIK, VERONIKA BAJT: Biographical Narrative Interview: Application to Studies of Migration; VANJA HUZJAN: “When he saw me and my family, he didn’t even know how to speak, neither Prekmurje Slovenian nor English, he just stood there and watched.” On the History of Slovenian Emigration; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: A writer between two homelands: Louis Adamic and the questions of national, ethnic and cultural identities; ANDREJ VOVKO: Fallen Members of the Slovenian National Benefit Society in the US Armed Forces during the Second World War as reported by the Prosveta Newspaper; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: »For human society women’s scholar work is entirely useless…« Slovene Women Intellectuals between Narrower and Broader Homeland; REBEKA MESARIĆ ŽABČIĆ, MARINA PERIĆ KASELJ: National identity of Croatian emigrants in overseas countries: examples (comparison) of Croatian migrant communities in Argentina and Australia (New South Wales); MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: Cooperation of Slovene Primary Schools with Teachers of Mother Tongues of Immigrant Children; MIHA ZOBEC: »ODPLAVLJANJE NA CELINE«, NADIŠKE DOLINE IN DESTINACIJE IZSELJEVANJA V DRUŽINSKIH FOTOGRAFSKIH ARHIVIH, RAZSTAVA, ŠPETER SLOVENOV, 23.1.–1.3.2009; NATALIJA VREČER: Book Reviews: Janja Žitnik Serafin (ur.), Demografska, etnična in migracijska dinamika v Sloveniji in njen vpliv na Slovensko vojsko, Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, 2009, 180 str.; AIDA ŠKORO BABIĆ: Book Reviews: Silva Plut (ur.), 50 let Slovenskega društva Vancouver / 50 Years of the Slovenian Society Vancouver, 1958–2008, Slovensko društvo Vancouver / Slovenian Society Vancouver, Vancouver, 2008, 198 str.

29 / 2009

Two homelands

JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Thematic Span, Re-formation of Memory and Cultural Identity in Lev Detela’s Works; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: Cosmic sausaging. On the e-consumption of Carniolan space sausage; KRISTINA TOPLAK, MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK: The Impact of Social Dynamics on Employment in the Slovenian Army and Assessment of Patriotism; ANDREJ RAHTEN: Izidor Cankar and the Royal Yugoslav Legation in Buenos Aires; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Oral history of Luisa Passerini and the researching of migration in the context of subjectivity; MAJA POVRZANOVIĆ FRYKMAN: Material Aspects of Transnational Social Fields: An Introduction; MAJA LAMBERGER KHATIB, TATJANA PEZDIR: “Could I Ask You, my Brother, to Send me a Little Something?” Remitting Behaviour Among Arabs and Bosniaks in Slovenia; ANNA MATYSKA: Transnational Practices and Integration Materialized: Polish Transnational Migration and the World of Goods; MARTA VILAR ROSALES: Objects, Scents and Tastes from a Distant Home: Goan Life Experiences in Africa; EMANUEL VALENTIN: Breads and Saints: Ritual Practices of Reciprocity among Sicilian Migrants in Germany; LUCIJA KATULIĆ: Women in Diplomacy: Their Private Transnational Practices; ANDREJ VOVKO: Book Reviews: Janja Žitnik Serafin, Večkulturna Slovenija. Položaj migrantske književnosti in kulture v slovenskem prostoru, Založba ZRC, Ljubljana, 2008, 314 str.; NINA VODOPIVEC: Book Reviews: Mirjam Milharčič Hladnik in Jernej Mlekuž (ur.), Krila migracij: po meri življenjskih zgodb, Založba ZRC (zbirka Migrantke), Ljubljana, 2009, 249 str.

28 / 2008

Two homelands

MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK, MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Contemporary Implications of Multiculturalism Policies for European Welfare States; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: Čapac.si, or on burekalism and its bites. An analysis of selected images of immigrants and their descendants in Slovenian media and popular culture; MAŠA MIKOLA, JURE GOMBAČ: Internet as a medium in the maintenance of the National and Cultural heritage among Slovenians around the world. The old dilemmas of the new solutions.; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Internet and the transformations in preserving cultural heritage in American-Slovenian ethnic communities; SANJA CUKUT KRILIĆ: Experiences of female migrants in Slovenia before and after its independence; IRENA ŠUMI, DAMIR JOSIPOVIČ: Autochthonism and Romany: Towards Rethinking the Principles of Minority Policies in Slovenia; VLADKA TUCOVIČ: »To them I was 'our Zofka'«: Zofka Kveder – Editor of the magazine Domači prijatelj; REBEKA MESARIĆ ŽABČIĆ, DRAŽEN NJEGAČ: General characteristics of the external migration from Međimurje in Central European countries; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, KRISTINA TOPLAK: EXPERIENCING DIVERSITY AND MUTUALITY, 10th BIENNIAL CONFERENCE of EASA (EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS), LJUBLJANA, 26–29. avgust 2008; JOHN CORSELLIS: Book Reviews: Rozina Švent, Slovenski begunci v Austriji 1945–1950, Založba ZRC Ljubljana 2007, 378 str.; URŠKA STRLE: Book Review:Anton Žakelj, Beg v neznano, zapiski 1945–1949, Ljubljana, Studia Slovenica, 2008, 246 str. (z neoštevilčeno prilogo 23 str.); JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Book Review: Vera Kržišnik - Bukić, Slovenci v Bosni in Hercegovini skozi pričevanja, spomine in literarne podobe: 1831–2007, Inštitut za narodnostna vprašanja, Ljubljana, 2007, 648 str; NIKOLA JANOVIĆ: Book Review: Jernej Mlekuž, Burek.si?! Koncepti/recepti (predgovor: Jože Vogrinc), Studia Humanitatis (zbirka Varia), Ljubljana, 2008, 202 str.

27 / 2008

Two homelands

TANJA PETROVIĆ: Introduction to the Thematic Section; HANNES GRANDITS: Dynamics of Socialist Nation-Building: The Short Lived Programme of Promoting a Yugoslav National Identity and Some Comparative Perspectives; MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK: Migrants with a Mandate for Nation-Building: International Agency in Multi-Ethnic Kosovo; BILJANA SIKIMIĆ: The Prilužje Enclave: A Construction of Local Identity; TANJA PETROVIĆ: Serbs, Albanians, and Those In Between: The Gradation of Otherness and Identity Management in the Nation-Building Process ; NATAŠA GREGORIČ BON: “Where are we? Europe or Albania?” Regionalism as Seen by the Local People of Dhërmi/Drimades in Southern Albania; MILAN MESIĆ, DRAGAN BAGIĆ: Return Durability as a Physical and Synthetical Indicator of Sustainability. Example of the Serb Returnees in Croatia; ŠPELA KALČIĆ: »Each Person Explains Veil in His Own Way«: Veiling among Slovenian Bosniaks; MARJA KUZMANIĆ: Collective Memory of Changing Identities: An Exploration of Memories and Identities Related to the Disintegration of Yugoslavia; ANA KRALJ: Unwanted? Media and Political Constructions of Foreigners in Slovenia; METKA GOMBAČ: Book Review: Stanislav Kobler (ur.), Četrta stran trikotnika, Znameniti Slovenci in slovenska društva v Bosni in Hercegovini 1878–2000, Mladinska knjiga, Ljubljana 2008, 465 str.; URŠKA STRLE: Book Review: Aviva Chomsky, »They take our jobs!« And 20 Other Myths About Immigration, Beacon Press (United States), Paperback, 2007, 192 str.

26 / 2007

Two homelands

ŠPELA KALČIĆ: Slovenian Muslims: who they are, organisation and national-legal standardisation through anthropological evaluation; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: The auto/biographical of the narrative: methodological and theoretical approaches in the researching of the migration experiences; AHAC MADEN: Web pages of Slovenians across the world; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Krek’s Westphalian Letters: religious-moral, national-cultural and political views, and emigration; REBEKA MESARIĆ ŽABČIĆ: Basic characteristics of emigration of Croatian population with the focus on emigration in the past fifteen years ; URŠKA STRLE: The attitude of Slovenian emigrants in Canada towards homeland after the second World War; MARTHA LEA: The importance of the church and religious congregations for Slovenian and Norwegian migrants to the United States of America. A comparative aspect ; KAJA ŠIROK: Tallinn Summer School, How collectivities remember: structures and spaces of social and cultural memory, Tallinn, 26 July – 2 August 2007 ; JURE GOMBAČ: 57. mednarodni kongres Zveze za preučevanje begunske problematike po svetu (Association for the Study of the World Refugee problem, AWR), Vilnius, 20.- 24. september 2007 ; MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK: Book Reviews - Barbara Waldis in Byron Reginald (ur.), Migration and Marriage: Heterogamy and Homogamy in a Changing World, Lit-Verlag, Münster, 2006, 212 str. ; VLADKA TUCOVIČ: Book Reviews - Irvin Lukežić, Fluminensia Slovenica, Izdavački centar Rijeka in Kulturno-prosvetno društvo Bazovica, Reka, 2007, 307 str.

25 / 2007

Two homelands

MARKO ZAJC: The Problem of “affi liation” of Žumberk and Marindol people in decades before and after the dissolution of Vojna krajina in 1881; DAMIR JOSIPOVIČ: Žumberk/Žumberak: boundary, ethnicity, religion, fertility and migration of population – demographical analysis; PETER REPOLUSK: Some Demographic Characteristics of the Greek-Catholic Žumberčani Population in Slovenia; JASNA ČAPO ŽMEGAČ: Return to the Border: Migration Experiences in the Croatia-GermanySlovenia Triangle; DUŠKA KNEŽEVIĆ HOČEVAR: Do the Žumberak people predominantly intermarry? The case of the Radatovići parish; IRENA ROŽMAN: Marriage strategies of parishioners of Velike Brusnice beneath Gorjanci near Novo mesto; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Krek’s Westphalian letters: social-economic views and emigration; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Normative aspects and work conditions for migrants in the Federal Republic of German; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Emigrant literature and periodicals: eloquent statistic; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Marie Prisland – her role in preserving Slovenian culture and tradition among Slovenian migrants in the United States; KSENIJA ŠABEC: Ethnic, regional and national identities in the context of European cross border cooperation opportunities: a case study of Italian ethnic community in Slovene Istri; REBEKA MESARIĆ ŽABČIĆ: The lifestyle of the Croatian emigration corpus in Australia: experiences, opinions and standpoints of young Australian Croats; MAŠA MIKOLA: Quiet observer in the silent field: Ethnography and the present time; NEŽA FLORJANČIČ: The question of identity in Magreb literatur

24 / 2006

Two homelands

JURE GOMBAČ: THE RISES AND FALLS OF THE MIGRATION SYSTEMS THEORY; MAJDA ČERNIČ ISTENIČ, DUŠKA KNEŽEVIĆ HOČEVAR: ARE THE ATTITUDES OF EUROPEANS TOWARDS IMMIGRANTS RELATED TO THEIR ATTITUDES TOWARDS GENDER RELATIONS, FERTILITY BEHAVIOR AND THE MEANING OF CHILDREN?; DAMIR JOSIPOVIČ: CHANGES IN BIRTH RATE IN SLOVENIA UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF IMMIGRATION IN THE PERIOD AFTER WORLD WAR II; ANTE LAUŠIĆ, MARINA PERIĆ: CROATIAN EMIGRANTS IN CHILE AND IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA: A COMPARATIVE PRESENTATION OF TWO EMPIRICAL RESEARCHES; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: CULTURAL POSITION OF IMMIGRANTS IN SLOVENIA: FACTORS AND INDICATORS; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: SOME ASPECTS OF THE RELATION OF THE SLOVENE PUBLIC TO EMIGRATION; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: ON THE RELATION OF SLOVENE INTELLECTUALS IN BOHEMIA AND CROATIA TO JEWS; IVAN VOGRIČ: IVAN RESMAN AND EMIGRATION PROBLEMATIC; UROŠ BONŠEK: »BECAUSE IF YOU CAN’T SPEAK THE SLOVENE LANGUAGE, IT’S AS IF YOU WEREN’T SLOVENE«: (THE ROLE OF THE SLOVENE LANGUAGE IN SHAPING THE ETHNIC IDENTITY OF THE THIRD AND FOURTH GENERATIONS OF SLOVENE POLITICAL EMIGRANTS IN ARGENTINA; ANDREJ VOVKO: SOME ASPECTS OF THE LIFE OF THE PRIMORJE IMMIGRANTS TO PREKMURJE BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS; DARJA GORJUP: MIGRATION OF WOMEN FROM GABERJE IN VIPAVSKA BRDA BETWEEN THE YEARS 1920-1954

23 / 2006

Two homelands

PETER VODOPIVEC: MILAN VIDMAR BETWEEN EUROPE AND AMERICA; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN THE EYES OF SLOVENE PAINTER BOŽIDAR JAKAC (1929-1931); MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: THE PATHS OF PACKAGES IN MIGRANTS CORRESPONDENCE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC 1940-1960: »... 2 BARS OF SOAP, 6 PACKETS OF SOUP, AND THOSE BANDAGES FOR SMALL WOUNDS...«; VLADKA TUCOVIČ: ZAGREB, LJUBLJANA, PRAGUE: THE CORRESPONDENCE OF ZOFKA KVEDER WITH HER DAUGHTER VLADIMIRA JELOVŠEK; IGOR MAVER: JOŽE ŽOHAR, A MIGRANT POET FROM AUSTRALIA AND HIS NEW COLLECTION OF VERSE OBIRANJE LIMON (2004); JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: THE STATUS OF IMMIGRANT CULTURES IN SLOVENIA: IDENTITY- RELATED ASPECTS; LIDIJA DIMKOVSKA: LITERARY PUBLICATIONS OF NON-ELITE IMMIGRANT WRITERS IN THE MAGAZINE PARALELE – CHARACTERISTICS AND POSITION IN SLOVENE CULTURE; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: SLOVENES TO EUROPE WITH BUREK AND /OR THE DICTATORSHIP OF KRANJSKA KLOBASA: SOMETHING ABOUT BUREK, REPRESENTATIONS OF BUREK, AND “SLOVENE” ETHNO-NATIONAL DISCOURSE; REBEKA MESARIĆ ŽABČIĆ: PHYSIOGNOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF THE MEĐIMURJE REGION UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL MIGRATION; MARIE L. NEUDORFLOVá: THE POLITICAL-INTELLECTUAL REASONS FOR MIGRATION IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY.TYPICAL CASES OF CZECH WOMEN IN THE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE.; KATALIN MUNDA HIRNÖK: THE STANDING OF SLOVENIAN WOMEN IN PORABJE IN TOWN ENVIRONMENTS (THE CASE OF SZOMBATHELY)

22 / 2005

Two homelands

BARBARA FRIEHS: IMMIGRANT CHILDREN IN AUSTRIAN SCHOOLS; GERI SMYTH: MULTILINGUAL CONFERENCING: ONE CITY’S RESPONSE TO EDUCATING PUPILS FROM ASYLUM SEEKING FAMILIES; MOJCA PEČEK: IS PRIMARY SCHOOL IN SLOVENIA JUST AND FAIR: THE CASE OF MIGRANT CHILDREN FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA; IRENA LESAR: THE RESPONSE OF SLOVENIAN TEACHERS TO THE MIGRANT CHILDREN FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA; LIDIJA DIMKOVSKA: THE LITERATURE OF THE IMMIGRANTS IN SLOVENIA – ITS CHARACTERISTICS AND ITS POSITION IN SLOVENIAN CULTURE; MARUŠA MUGERLI: SLOVENIAN TRANSLATIONS OF LIITERARY WORKS BY IMMIGRANT AUTHORS AFTER THE YEAR 1990; SAŠKA ŠTUMBERGER: SLOVENIAN MIGRATION STREAMS TO GERMANY AND THE CHANGING OF ROLE OF SLOVENIAN LANGUAGE; KRISTINA TOPLAK: ARTISTIC CREATIVITY OF MIGRANTS: THE CASE OF SLOVENES IN ERMANY; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: MIGRATIONAL SITUATION IN EUROPE AFTER WORLD WAR II AND PROGRESSIVE (POLITICAL) ADJUSTMENTS BETWEEN MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION; MAŠA MIKOLA: THE BORDERS OF MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICATION: ETHNIC- SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATIONS IN AUSTRALIAN SPACE; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: THE SUBJECTIVE REALITY OF MIGRATION PROCESSES: TO READ, LISTEN TO AND TO UNDERSTAND MIGRANTS’ EXPERIENCES; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: SLOVENIAN INTELLECTUALS FROM PRAGUE TO CROATIA

21 / 2005

Two homelands

MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: THE EMIGRATION OF THE GOTTSCHEER GERMANS TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; SIMON ŠKVOR: JULIAN SLOVENIA: MIGRATION PROCESSES IN VIEW OF BORDERNESS AND NATION FORMING DETERMINANTS; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF SWEDISH MULTICULTURALISM; URŠA BRATUN: VIEWS ON MIGRATION FROM THE ASPECT OF WORK THERAPY: SLOVENIANS IN SWEDEN; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: THE CULTURAL LIFE IN EMIGRATION: A CONCEPT OF A COMPLEX TREATMENT; IRENA AVSENIK NABERGOJ: THE LONGING FOR HOMELAND IN THE POETRY OF SLOVENE EMIGRANT AUTHORESSES; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: MARIZA LIČAN: TRACES OF THE LIFE OF AN EMIGRANT; MARINKA SKRT: SLOVENIAN WOMEN IN GREECE; LIDIJA FRANJIĆ: THE POLICY OF THE SOCIALIST ALLIANCE OF THE WORKING PEOPLE TOWARDS MIGRANT WORKERS

20 / 2004

Two homelands

MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: The Returning of Slovenes from Argentina; KRISTINA TOPLAK: »WELCOME HOME?« THE RETURNING OF SLOVENE EMIGRANTS TO THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: THE RELATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA TOWARDS RETURNING OF EMIGRANTS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: SLOVENE INTELLECTUALS IN CROATIA FROM 1850 TO 1860; IRENA AVSENIK NABERGOJ: IVAN CANKAR BETWEEN HOMELAND AND FOREIGN PART; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: PRIVATE AND PUBLIC IN EMIGRANT CORRESPONDENCE; ALEKSEJ KALC: LETTERS AND TAPES AS COMMUNICATION MEANS AND SOURCES FOR MIGRATION STUDIES. THE CASE OF A TRIESTE FAMILY IN AUSTRALIA; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: WHAT, HOW AND MAYBE WHY THEY WROTE SO ABOUT EMIGRATION AND EMIGRANTS FROM VENETIAN SLOVENIA IN THE NEWSPAPER MATAJUR IN THE YEARS 1951-1960; MOJCA PEČEK: FROM THE DEMAND FOR RENOUNCING MOTHER TONGUE TO APPRECIATION OF BILINGUALISM: EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: SCHOOL EXPERIENCES IN AMERICAN MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT AS TOLD BY SLOVENIAN IMMIGRANTS; ZVONE ŽIGON: A SLOVENE WOMAN MISSIONARY WITH THE INUITES; MAŠA MIKOLA: TRANSFORMATION OF ETHNICITY: MOVE TO PUBLIC EXPRESSING SYMBOLIC ETHNIC IDENTITY; KSENIJA VESENJAK: SLOVENES IN AUSTRALIAN TASMANIA

19 / 2004

Two homelands

PETER GRAF: Migration as a change of cultural relations by a new language map; ZVONE ŽIGON: Preservation of ethnic identity among Slovenian emigrants in the era of globalization; SLADJA BLAZAN: The immigrant Is Dead, Long Live The Immigrant: The East European Transmigrant in Contemporary American Literature; SUZANA C. ZIEHL: Globalization, Migration and Family Diversity; ADA AHARONI: The Necessity of a New Multicultural Peace Culture; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Multiculturalism and Globalization: A Comment; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Conceptual Dilemmas in Treatises on Multiculturalism and Globalisation; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Preserving of Ethnic Identity and Heritage among The Slovenian Immigrants and Their Descendants in The United States; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: Some Aspects of Employment of Young Women from Julian Slovenia in Households of ItalianTowns: A Silent, Bitter-sweet, Never Entirely Spoken out and Heard Story; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: Slovene Intellectuals – Emigrants In Croatia: The Case of Jernej Francelj (1821–1889); ALEŠ GABRIČ: How the Culture of The Slovene Emigrants was Received in Slovenia; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: The Ethnology and Homecomers

18 / 2003

Two homelands

ANDREJ VOVKO: SIGNIFICANT SLOVENE BIOGRAPHIC CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE MISSIONARY AND EMIGRANT PRIEST FRANC PIRC; STANE GRANDA: ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES IN CARNIOLA DURING PIRC’S TIME; BOGDAN KOLAR: THE ORIGINAL STROKES OF ACTIVITY OF THE MISSIONARY FRANC PIRC; MAJDA KODRIČ: FRANC PIRC AND THE ESTABLISHING OF THE FIRST SLOVENE SETTLEMENTS IN THE U.S.A.; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: A LETTER BY APOLONIJA NOČ FROM ST. JOSEPH, MINNESOTA (1855); MARJETA HUMAR: TECHNICAL, LITERARY AND CORRESPONDENCE SLOVENE LANGUAGE OF FRANC PIRC; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: THE ROLE OF WOMEN EMIGRANTS IN PRESERVATION OF NATIONAL IDENTITY IN CONTEXTS CONSTITUATED BY PATRIARCHAL RELATIONS AND GENDER DICHOTOMY; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: FROM SLOVENIA TO AMERICA – THE FOOTSTEPS THROUGH TIME IN SLOVENIAN WOMEN’S AUTO/BIOGRAPHICAL BOOKS; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: EMIGRATION OF SLOVENE INTELLECTUALS TO CROATIA UP TO 1848; KRISTINA TOPLAK: THE ART SCHOOL OF THE SLOVENSKA KULTURNA AKCIJA; CATALINA BANKO, PABLO MOUZAKIS: SLOVENIAN IMMIGRATION IN THE INTERWAR PERIOD; BERNARDA ZUBRZYCKI, MARTA MAFFIA: POLISH MIGRATORY GROUPS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS IN THE PROVINCE OF BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA.; JURIJ ZALOKAR: ON MULTICULTURE AND ON SIGNIFICANCE OF HETEROGENEITY OF NATIONS, LANGUAGES AND CULTURES; KSENIJA BATIČ: “HOMELAND IS HERE AND HOMELAND IS THERE”. A RESEARCH AMONG THE PRIMORSKA EMIGRANTS ON THEIR RETURN TO SLOVENIA

17 / 2003

Two homelands

MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Emigration of Slovene Women from the Historical Viewpoint; IRENA MILANIČ: Slovene American Women Writers and Poets in the 1930s: Between Literature and Social Engagement; MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: Slovenian Women’s Stories from America; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: A "Small" Contribution to Questions of "Returnhood": Life Narratives of Migrants Returnees from Veneto - Journeys with No Return?; MICHAEL M. POMEDLI: True Confessions: The Ojibwa, Bishop Baraga and the Sacrament of Penence

16 / 2002

Two homelands

IRENA GANTAR GODINA: Josip Vuga – A Slovene Learned Man in Česke Budejovice; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Slovenian Communist Party’s Treatment of Political Emigration Before 1991; TEJA PRIBAC: Bert Pribac’s Spiritual Development as Reflected in his Poetry; BARBARA VERLIČ CHRISTENSEN: Are Migrations Revolving National Labor Markets of European Union?; SANJA ČIKIĆ: Connecting of Slovenes around the woeld with the Help of the Internet: Establishing Virtual Ethnic Communities; ZVONE ŽIGON: Slovenes in Africa and on the Arabian Peninsula; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: The Relation of Slovenes Toward Emigrants: A Round Table, Ljubljana, 4 June 2002; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Women in Minority Communities: The Significance and the Role of Women in Preserving Cultural Tradition: A Round Table, Ljubljana, 19 June 2002

15 / 2002

Two homelands

CERI PEACH: Ethnic Diversity and the City; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Multiculturalism, International Migrations and Inherited Group Identifications: Ethnicity, Race, Sex; JAMES COHEN: Inequality and Difference: Current Sociological Challenges to the French »Republican Model of Integration«; MONIKA ZULAUF: East-West Labour Migration and Integration : Trends and Prospects for Health Professionals; ANTOINE PECOUD: Contemporary Trends in Berlin’s Turkish Economy; ANN-KATRIN BACKLUND: Why are the Barriers into the Labour Market rising? An Analysis of the Exclusion process of Immigrants in the Swedish Labour Market; BRUCE FRIEDMAN, JULIET STUMPF: Speaking a New Language : Immigration and Civil Rights in a Global Economy; KATARZYINA SZYMANSKA: Social Policy Towards Foreigners in Poland after 1989 : An Outline of Issues; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Literary Returning and the Limits of National Literature; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Returned Emigrants as Part of the Migration Circle

14 / 2001

Two homelands

IRENA GANTAR GODINA: Cultural-artistic activity of Slovenes in Slavic countries up to WWI; IRENA MILANIČ: Concern for the second generation: the case of the SNPJ – a cultural investment for the maintenance of the Slovene identity in the United States; ULF BEIJBOM: Swedish etnicity in America; ZVONE ŽIGON: Slovene culture in South America after the attainment of independence of Slovenia; MATIJA OGRIN: The philosophic work of Prof. Milan Komar; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: The significance of cultural-artistic activity among Slovene emigrants : Western Europe; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: The Slovene emigrants’ creative writing and its role in modern Slovene culture; ROZINA ŠVENT: The book : a blessing for the soul; the book : recollection and admonishment; CVETKA KOCJANČIČ: Contemporary challenges of Slovene immigrant writers; LEV DETELA: Five decades of the Slovene emigrant cultural magazine Meddobje; JERNEJA PETRIČ: Slovene theatre in Cleveland : Beginnings, flowering and the end; MIHAEL KUZMIČ: Beginnings of the drama /play/ activity among the Slovenian emigrants in Bethlehem, PA., USA; DUŠAN DRLJAČA, JADRANKA ĐORđEVIĆ: Gusle, gusle-players and their societies among the serbian immigrants in united states; MIRJANA PAVLOVIĆ: »The Popovich Brothers« : Tamburitza in the life of Serbian community in Chicago; ZVONE PODVINSKI: The folklore life among Slovene compatriots in Sweden; MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ: Slovene cultural heritage in the United States; LOJZ TRŠAN: The Slovene film archives and emigration; DEAN CEGLAR: Migrations from Ribnica valley from the middle of the 19th century to second world war

13 / 2001

Two homelands

DAN SHIFFMAN: Louis Adamic and the Metaphor of Immigrant Generations; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Auto-biographic method – “Case Study” – Australian Slovenes; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: A contribution for a different geography: migration, power and identity in relation two worlds one another; ANDREJ VOVKO: The Branches of the Družba Sv. Mohorja (The Society of St. Hermagors) in Germany in the Years 1888-1918; MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ: The development of the Slovene Emigrant Community in Rock Springs, Wyoming, from the first Slovene Settlers until the Beginning of the 1930’s; METODA BLAGOTINŠEK TURK: The first ten years of activity of S.N.P.J.; ZVONE ŽIGON: Slovene political emigration in Argentina; JANEZ NARED: The Slovene After-War Political Emigration and the Development of the Idea of Independence of Slovenia; AVGUŠTIN BUDJA: Slovenes in Sweden: a short processing of statistical Data (2001); ALEKSEJ KALC: Book Reviews - Ezuli, optanti, izseljenci..., Annales, Analiza istrske in mediteranske študije, Koper: Zgodovinsko društvo za južno Primorsko, 10/2000, 1(20), str. 165-252; 2(22), str. 357-418.; DEAN CEGLAR: Book Reviews - MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ, Jurij Trunk med Koroško in Združenimi državami Amerike ter zgodovina slovenskih naselbin v Leadvillu, Kolorado, in v San Franciscu, Kalifornija, Celovec - Ljubljana - Dunaj: Mohorjeva založba, 1999, 509 str.

11-12 / 2000

Two homelands

JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Two Homelands, 1-10 (1990-1999): Bibliography with abstracts; TATJANA ŽITNIK: Bibliometrical analysis of the ten volumes of Dve domovini/Two Homelands; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Slovene Emigration Material: A Round Table, Ljubljana, 31 May 2000; MILENA BEVC, VALENTINA PREVOLNIK-RUPEL: External migration of the population of Slovenia and the extent of immigrants/foreigners in Slovenia - the Nineties; ALEKSEJ KALC: Material on emigration from ‘Venetian Slovenia The case of the commune of Sovodnje/Savogna; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: The role of the ‘original’ area in the definition of nationality: the case of nine ‘Slovene’ emigrants and their descendants living in Mendoza, Argentina; CVETKA KOCJANČIČ: Psychological adjustment of immigrants; AVGUST HORVAT: The periodical press in the post-war Slovene emigrant community in Argentina; ADAM WALASZEK: Poland as the »Promised Land«: Polish-American corporations and Poland after World War I; TADEUSZ PALECZNY: Two emigrations - two nationalisms: Irish-American and Polish-American nationalisms in the United States; MARTA MAFFIA, KLAUS MEHLTRETER, MARCELO BASALDúA: Construction of an ethnographical database of groups of immigrants and their descendants in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina - excluding Spanish and Itali; VERA KRŽIŠNIK-BUKIČ: Jakob Žnidaršič’s two homelands; IMRE SZILáGYI: Central Europe observed from Paris by a Hungarian: Ferenc Fejtő, a thinker with two homelands; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Dnevi Inštituta za slovensko izseljenstvo (24. maj - 4. junij 2000); IRENA GANTAR GODINA: 6. svetovni kongres Inštituta za ruske in vzhodnoevropske študije na Finskem; LEV DETELA: Prikaz lastnih zdomskih dramskih poskusov in prizadevanj; VERONIKA FERFOLJA: Book Reviews - Breda Čebulj Sajko, Razpotja izseljencev: Razdvojena identiteta avstralskih Slovencev, Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, 2000, 140 pp.; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: Book Review - Darko Friš (zbral, napisal uvod in opombe), Korespondenca slovenskih katoličanov v ZDA med leti 1882-1924, Viri, št. 14, Ljubljana: Arhivsko društvo Slovenije, 1999, 326 str.; ANDREJ VOVKO: Book Reviews - Knjižna ocena - Ferdo Gestrin, Slovanske migracije v Italijo, Ljubljana: Slovenska matica, 1998, 295 str.

10 / 1999

Two homelands

ZVONE ŽIGON: Slovene Identity in Venezuela; AVGUST HORVAT: The beginning, development and present state of secondary school courses among post-war Slovene immigrants in Argentina; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Ethnic Identity of the First Postwar Generation of Australian Slovenes; BOGDAN KOLAR: ; IRENA MILANIČ: ; IGOR MAVER: ; MICHAEL STAMMERS: ; TINE T. KURENT:

9 / 1998

Two homelands

JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Foreword; ROZINA ŠVENT: The significance of personal letters (correspondence) and diaries in a comprehensive presentation of an artist; TINE T. KURENT: Letters by Louis Adamic to his nephew Tine; FRANCE ADAMIČ: The links between Louis Adamič and Slovene journalists and literary figures (1921-1941); BOGDAN C. NOVAK: Louis Adamic’s work for the official recognition of Tito and the national liberation movement of Yugoslavia by the United States government; JERNEJA PETRIČ: Mediator between two cultures: Louis Adamic’s translation of Alojz Kraigher’s short story in to english; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Louis Adamic, a Slovene, an American, an observer, a fighter, a ‘poet’; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Memorandum of the Yugoslav Emigrants ’Catholic Campaign from Aumetz, France (1931); AVGUST HORVAT: Efforts by Slovene emigrants to pass on their mother tongue to their descendants in the land under the Southern Cross; CVETKA KOCJANČIČ: Associating of Canadian Slovenes; JURIJ ZALOKAR: Nostalgia and literary opus of John Christoph Biernatzki; MILENA BEVC: Potential emigration of scientists from Slovenia in the mid 1990s; MARTA MAFFIA, GABRIELA MORGANTE, MONICA FORA: Lithuanian immigration to Argentina; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Konferenca Zveze evropskih migracijskih ustanov OMAGH - septembra 1997; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: 29. nacionalna konvencija AAASS; MARIJA SAMEC: Prireditve ob 100-letnici rojstva Louisa Adamiča; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN, MILAN LIKIČ GUČEK: Ob 100. obletnici rojstva Louisa Adamiča - Intelektualci v diaspori, Portorož, 1.-5. september 1998; MARKO TERSEGLAV: Book Review - Marija Stanonik, ur., Traditiones: Zbornik Inštituta za slovensko narodopisje, št. 26/1997. Ljubljana 1997, 470 str.; BRANKO MARUŠIČ: Book Review - Annales: Anali za istrske in mediteranske študije, 10/1997, series historia et sociologia 4, Zgodovinsko društvo za južno Primorsko in Znanstvenoraziskovalno središče Republike Slovenije Koper, Koper 1997, 390 str.; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Book Review - Polona Šega, Slovenski kostanjarji na Dunaju: Prebivalci nekdanjega velikolaškega okraja kot kostanjarji v cesarskem mestu (Seidlova zbirka, 19. knjiga). Dolenjska založba & Znanstveni inštitut Filozofske fakultete, Novo mesto 1997, 119 str.; MILAN LIKIČ GUČEK: Book Review - Peter Vodopivec in Joža Mahnič, ur., Slovenska trideseta leta: Simpozij 1995. Slovenska matica, Ljubljana 1997, 252 str.; LEV DETELA: Book Review - Tone Brulc, Argentina. Založba Modrijan, d.o.o., Ljubljana 1997,228 str.

8 / 1997

Two homelands

ALEKSEJ KALC: Outlines of the developmnet of emigration legislation in teh 18th century and up to World War I; AVGUST HORVAT: Educational endeavours among Slovene emigrants in Argentina; METOD M. MILAČ: Choral singing unifies new immigrants: Founding and first years of Singing Society Korotan; JURIJ ZALOKAR: Language barrier - immigrants and cultural change; IGOR MAVER: Danijela Hliš and her new collection of verse Hideaway serenade (1996); HENRY A. CHRISTIAN, TINE T. KURENT: Reading a painting: Maxo Vanka’s collage “World War II”; ADAM WALASZEK: Polish workers in the USA (1880-1925): Peasants - Poles - ethnics; MIHAEL KUZMIČ: Gradivo o prihodnosti prekmurskih izseljencev v newyorško pristanišče v letih 1891-1958; JOHN CORSELLIS: The Slovene political emigration 1945-50; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Portret akademika prof. dr. Ferda Gestrina; JURIJ ZALOKAR: Ivan Kos: A Slovene in the Tzarist Russia; MIHAEL KUZMIČ: Jože Mihelič (14. marec 1902 - 7. maj 1989); JERNEJA PETRIČ: Remembering Henry A. Christian 1931-1997; ZVONE ŽIGON: Slovenstvo med potomci Slovencev; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: Inštitut za izseljenstvo ZRC SAZU se predstavi v Londonu; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Zgodovina izseljencev ni zgodovina naroda; CVETKA KOCJANČIČ: Slovene identity: The Canadian experience; ROZINA ŠVENT: Book Review - Mirko Gogala, Usoda izseljencev, Slovenska kulturna akcija, Buenos Aires 1996, 326 str. (Rozina Švent); STANE GRANDA: Book Review - Darko Friš, ur., Prvih sto let Kranjsko slovenske katoliške jednote. Pregled zgodovine KSKJ 1894-1994, Izseljensko društvo Slovenija v svetu, Založba Ilex, Ljubljana 1997, 294 str.; ALEKSEJ KALC: Book Review - Carlo Donato, Pio Nodari, L’emigrazione giuliana nel mondo. Note introduttive (Izseljenstvo iz Julijske krajine v svetu. Uvodni zapiski), Quademi del centro studi economico-politici “E. Vanoni”, Nuova serie, N. 3/4, Trieste 1995, 166 str. (Aleksej Kalc)

7 / 1996

Two homelands

JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Foreword; JANEZ STANONIK: Frederick Baraga: On the 200th anniversary of his birth; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Slovene emigrant societies in western European countries between the World Wars; ALEKSEJ KALC: Ship passenger records as a source of the history of emigration, with a special emphasis on the passenger lists in the port of Trieste; ZVONE ŽIGON: Functional bilingualism among Slovene emigrants in Argentina and Uruguay; MARTIN JEVNIKAR: Slovene Homes in South America; JANEZ STANONIK: Slovene emigration to the United States: The period 1848-1891; MIHAEL KUZMIČ: The Slovene Evangelical Lutheran church of Saint John in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA; MIHAEL GLAVAN: A newly discovered letter from Louis Adamič in the last year of his life; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Vojeslav Mole: On the 110th anniversary of his birth; HELGA GLUŠIČ: The poetry of Karel Mauser; AVGUST HORVAT: Demographic movements in Slovene emigration to Argentina: The search for living space.; AVGUŠTIN BUDJA: Slovenes in Sweden; IGOR MAVER: The literary creativity of Slovene migrants in Australia in English: The Second Landing by Victoria Zabukovec ; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: Slovene students in central and eastern Europe up to 1918; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: ne Studies Day na SSEES Univerze v Londonu 18. Novembra 1995; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Slovene Studies Day na SSEES Univerze v Londonu 18. Novembra 1995; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: Stiki z raziskovalci izseljenske problematike v Kanadi; NIVES SULIČ: Glasbeni ambasadorji Republike Slovenije med Slovenci v ZDA: čustva ali razum?; IRENA GANTAR GODINA: : The Association of European Migration Institutes - AEMI) od 28.- 30.9. 1996 v Krakovu ; ZVONE ŽIGON: Book Review - MARINA LUKŠIČ HACIN: Ko tujina postane dom. Resocializacija in narodna identiteta pri slovenskih izseljencih, Znanstveno in publicistično središče, Sophia 7/95, Ljubljana 1995, 214 str. (Zvone Žigon); ANDREJ VOVKO: Book Review - IRENA GANTAR GODINA: Soočenje mita in realnosti ob prihodu izseljencev v novo okolje, Zbornik referatov s simpozija ‘‘Soočenje mita in realnosti ob prihodu izseljencev v novo okolje”, Portorož, Slovenija, 18.-19. maj 1995, Inštitut za izseljenstvo, Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Ljubljana 1996, 231 str. (Andrej Vovko) ; SIMONA ZAVRATNIK: Book Review - VERA KRŽIŠNIK-BUKIČ: Slovenci v Hrvaški, Inštitut za narodnostna vprašanja, Ljubljana 1995 (Simona Zavratnik) ; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Book Review - IGOR MAVER: Ethnic Literature and Culture in the U.S.A., Canada and Australia, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 1996, 306 str. (Janja Žitnik); ANDREJ VOVKO: Book Review - Marjan Drnovšek, Drago Bajt, Slovenska kronika XX. stoletja, I. knjiga 1900-1941, Nova revija, Ljubljana, 1995, 457 str. (Prispevki o izseljenstvu) (Andrej Vovko; ALEKSEJ KALC: Book Review - Emilio Fraanzina , Merica! Merica! Emigrazione e colo- nizzazione nelle lettere dei contadini veneti e friulani in America Latina 1876-1902 (Merika! Merika! Izseljevanje in kolonizacija v pismih kmetov iz Furlanije in Veneta v Latinski Ameriki, 1876- 1902), Verona 1994. 270 str. (Aleksej Kalc); ANDREJ VOVKO: Book Review - LEOPOLDINA PLUT -PREGELJ: Carole Rogel, Historical Dictionary of Slovenia, European Historical Dictionaries, No. 13, The Scarecrow Press, Inc, Lanham, Maryland, and London, 1996, 345 str. (Andrej Vovko)

6 / 1995

Two homelands

MAJDA KODRIČ: The interest of Slovene missionaries in North America in Slovene emigration, as it is expressed in their letters to Zgodnja danica; NIVES SULIČ: They Disappeared During the Night - Emigration from Bela Krajina to the United States; MIHAEL KUZMIČ: Emigration From Prekmurje Between the First and Second World Wars: Experiences Portrayed in Contributions to Mladi Prekmurec ; ROZINA ŠVENT: A Refugees Fate; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Reasons for Emigration - Recollections by Emigrants of Their Departure Abroad; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: The Young Fighting Spirit of Milena Merlak: Upon the Poets Sixtieth Birthday; PETER KLINAR: Some Aspects Abouut Contem porary Slovenian Migration ; MILENA BEVC: Slovenian Emigrants at the Start of the Nineties -Regional Ananalyses; MILAN BUFON: Regional Mobility of Population Transfer as a Factor of Cross-Border Linkages ; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Tretje mednarodno srečanje raziskovalcev izseljenstva, Portorož, 18., 19. maj 1995 ; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Med slovenskimi izseljenci na Švedskem; JOŽKO FORNAZARIČ: Slovene Students around the World; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Book Review - Dorica Makuc, Aleksandrinke, Goriška Mohorjeva družba,Gorica 1993, 171 str.; MAJDA KODRIČ: Book Review - Ivan Cizmič, Povijest Hrvatske bratske zajednice 1894-1994, Golden marketing, Zagreb 1994, 358 str.; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Book Review - Andrej Rot, Republika duhov, DZS, Ljubljana 1994, 189 str.; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Book Review - Slovene Studies. Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies, Volume 14, number 2, 1992 [published Septem ber 19941 Bloomington, Indiana ; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Book Review - Janja Žitnik, Orel in korenine med “brušenjem ” in cenzuro, Zbirka Znanstvenoraziskovalnega centra SAZU, 6, Ljubljana 1995, 242 str.; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Book Review - Nada Sabec, Half Pa Pu. The Language of Slovene Americans, Studia humanitatis, Ljubljana 1995 ; ANDREJ VOVKO: Book Review - Darko Friš, Ameriški Slovenci in katoliška cerkev 1871-1924 (Knjižna zbirka: Celovški rokopisi 1), Mohorjeva družba v Celovcu, Celovec - Ljubljana - Dunaj 1995, 417 str. ; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Book Review - Janja Žitnik, Pogovori o Louisu Adamiču, Prešernova družba, Ljubljana 1995

5 / 1994

Two homelands

ZMAGO ŠMITEK: Janez Krstnik Mesar: Portrait of the Tonkin missionary from the 18th century; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Mass Emigration and Slovenes; DARKO FRIŠ: Jugoslovanska katoliška jednota (1898-1920); BOGDAN C. NOVAK: Adamič and Yugoslavia during World War II: The Slovene Catholic Respon; IRENE MISLEJ: Primorski odbor; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Dr. Božo Škerlj and Slovene Emigrants in America ; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Lev Detela - a Rebel among Men of Letters ; ZLATKO SKRBIŠ: On Ethnic “Communities” in Non-Native Environments; ALEKSEJ KALC: The Guidelines for the Study of Emigration of the Slovenes living in Italy and Emigration of the Slovenes from the Regions in the Works of Italian Authors; ROZINA ŠVENT: Štiridesetletnica delovanja Slovenske kulturne akcije; ALEKSEJ KALC: Poročilo o simpoziju “Emigrazione e territorio: tra bisogno e ideale” (Izseljevanje in teritorij: med potrebo in idealom) ; ALEKSEJ KALC: Review - Hoffnung Amerika. Europaische Auswanderung in die Neue Welt, Karin Schulz (Hrsg.), NDW-Verlag, Bremerhaven 1994, 293 str

4 / 1993

Two homelands

MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Foreword; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Plans and Results of Research on Slovene Emigration until 1941 – With Special Emphasis on Emigration to America before the First World War; MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ: Achievements and Plans in the Research of Slovene Emigration in Scientific Disciplines After 1945; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Literary-Historical Studies of Slovene Emigration Litera; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Review of Ethnological Research on Slovene Emigration; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: grants Considered from the Perspective of Slovene Sociology; NADA ŠABEC: Sociolinguistic Studies of Slovene Immigration Issues; JANEZ MALAČIČ: Certain Current Issues of Demographic and Economic Aspects of the Research of Slovene Emigration; VERA KRŽIŠNIK-BUKIČ: Discussions - Proučevanje Slovencev v prostoru bivše Jugoslavije: stanje; MIHAEL KUZMIČ: Discussions - Dosedanje delo in načrti raziskovanja prekmurskih izseljencev v Betlehemu, Pa. (ZDA); MOJCA RAVNIK: Discussions - Družina, sorodstvo in izseljenstvo; BARBARA SUŠA: Discussions - Pogledi na književnost Slovencev v Avstraliji ; MILICA TREBŠE-ŠTOLFA: Discussions - Evidentiranje arhivskega gradiva pri društvih slovenskih izseljencev; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Discussions - Konkretno o ohranjanju in urejanju izseljenskega arhivskega gradiva ; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Discussions - Nekaj izhodišč za prihodnje raziskave slovenske izseljenske književnosti ; JANEZ MALAČIČ: Demographic Transition, Emigration and Long-Term Economic Development: Countries with the Highest Emigration in Europe ; PETER KLINAR: Contemporary European Migration and Slovenia; DENIS PONIŽ: Values of Emigrants Literature; MAJDA KODRIČ: The Second Meeting of Emigration Researchers Opicina, October 8, 1993; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Researching Slovene Emigration: Conditions and Criteria

2-3 / 1992

Two homelands

ANDREJ VOVKO: Foreword; PETER J. RACHLEFF: The Croatian Fraternal Union, Zajedničar, and the Second Generation; HENRY A. CHRISTIAN: The Prosveta English Language Section: Certainly Hot Hard News, and Never Intented Be; KATHRYN KOOP: The New Immigrant Press in the New York Area; MIHAEL KUZMIČ: The Amerikanski Slovencov Glas Weekly; ROZINA ŠVENT: Slovene Refugee Press in Camps in Austria and Italy ; IGOR MAVER: Slovene Immigrant Literature in the Postmodern World: The Rise of Multiculturality and Muti-ethnicity in Australia, the United States of America and Canada; MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Review of (Domestic) Sociological Studies of Slovene Migration Problems in Europe from 1945 on; JANEZ STANONIK: The Prehistory of Slovene Journalism in the United States; M. MARK STOLARIK: The Slovak Press in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries, with Particular Emphasis on the Slovak-American; ALEŠ BRECELJ: Slovene Ethnic Press in Argentina until the Second Word War ; IRENE MISLEJ: Slovenian Press in Argentina after World War II; MAJDA KODRIČ: The Press as a Link Between the Leaders and the Rank and File of an Ethnic Fraternal Organization; Handling the Situation of Second generation Membership in the KSKJ’s Organs ; ANDREJ ROT: Slovenian Press in Argentina After World War II; RUDOLF M. SUSEL: The Mission and Role of the Ameriška DomovinaWeekly in the History of Slovenes in America, 1919-1991; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Louis Adamic’s Periodicals ; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Immigrant and Other Publications Among the Slovenesin Western Europe until 1940 ; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Studies of Slovene Immigrants in Australia; ANDREJ VOVKO: Slovene Refugees in Austria Considered Through the Newspaper Domači glasovi; RADO GENORIO: Slovene Press in Canada ; MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ: Elections for Councilrnen in the City of Cleveland and Slovenes of Cleveland; DARKO FRIŠ: The Activities of the Congregation of the School Sistersof the Order of St. Francis of Assisi of Christ the Kingin the U.S.A; LEOPOLDINA PLUT-PREGELJ: Catholic Educational System in USA and the Establishing of Primary Schools at Slovene Parishes (1895-1941) ; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Review - Marjan Drnovšek, Od Ljubljane do Ellis Islanda - Otoka solza v New Yorku: 1880 - 1924, Ljubljana, Mladika, 1991, 244 str.; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: Review - Jurij Zalokar, Mavrična kača, Radovljica, Didakta, 1990, 135 str. ; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: Review - Breda Čebulj-Sajko: Med srečo in svobodo. Avstralski Slovenci o sebi. Ljubljana: samozaložba, 1992, 251 str.

1 / 1990

Two homelands

ANDREJ VOVKO: Foreword; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: The past and the present activity of the Institute for Slovene emigration research ; FERDO GESTRIN: Historical Comparisons; VLADO VALENČIČ: Emigration of Slovenes to Foreign Countries up to World War II; POLONCA CESAR-NEDZBALA: The Valley of Eden; BOGDAN KOLAR: The Society of St. Raphael up to the Foundation of the Ljubljana Branch; ANDREJ VOVKO: Membership in Družba sv. Mohorja (The Society of St. Hermagoras) in the United States to the Year 1900; MATJAŽ KLEMENČIČ, DARJA EMERŠIČ: The Idea and Attempts of Building Slovenian National Home on St. Clair Avenue in Cleveland; MAJDA KODRIČ: Immigration Research in the U.S.A.: Some Approaches to the Problems of the Second Generation; MARJAN DRNOVŠEK: The Activity of Tomo Brejc among Slovene Emigrants in France during the Years 1936-39; RADO L. LENCEK: Problems and Perspectives of Ethnic Identification: Withering Away or Reaffirmation?; IRENA BIRSA: Ethnic Radio in Australia and Slovene Language Broadcasting: Delevopment and Direction; JERNEJA PETRIČ: Emigrant Autobiography in the United States - A Case of Slovene Americans; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: The Delay in Slovene Publication of The Eagle and the Roots; JERNEJA PETRIČ: Again: Adamic - a Writer, Yes or No?; JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: Vinko Žitnik, a Slovene-Argentinian Poet; BARBARA SUŠA: Bronasti tolkač and V kljunu golobice by Bert Pribac; MIRKO JURAK: Ivan Dolenc and John Križane: Two Canadian Authors of Slovene Origin; INGRID SLAVEC: Ethnological Research on the Ethnic Identity of Slovene Emigrants; PETER KLINAR: Some Ideas on the Cooperation between Slovenes and their Descendants in the Homeland and those Abroad; JURIJ ZALOKAR: Immigration and Psychiatry: Yugoslav-Born Minority in Victoria; MILICA TREBŠE-ŠTOLFA: Slovenian Cultural Organization Simon Gregorčič, Toronto, Ontario, Canada celebrates its 30th Anniversary; ANDREJ VOVKO: Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, U.S.A., and its Slovene-American Collection; RADO L. LENCEK: Eulogy of a Man of Two Homelands; MAJDA KODRIČ: Ocene – Fotografski krožek / Gruppo fotografico Rečan, Fotoalbum izseljencev iz Benečije / Fotoalbum degli Emigranti della Benecia; ANDREJ VOVKO: Ocene – Ljubomir Antić, Naše iseljeništvo u Južnoj Americi i stvaranje jugoslovenske države 1918