45 / 2017

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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; ZORANA MEDARIĆ, MATEJA SEDMAK: Life Transitions of the Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Slovenia: Subjective Views; BLAŽ LENARČIČ, TJAŠA ŽAKELJ: 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

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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; JERNEJ MLEKUŽ, NATAŠA ROGELJA, KRISTINA TOPLAK, MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK: 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

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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; MIRIJAM 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” ; ALEŠ BUČAR RUČMAN, ZORAN KANDUČ: 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; IRENA BAČLIJA, VLADIMIR PREBILIČ: 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

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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; STEFAN KORDEL, TOBIAS WEIDINGER: 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

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JANJA ŽITNIK SERAFIN: IN MEMORIAM; ANDREJA VEZOVNIK: Ex-Yugoslavian Immigrant Workers in Slovenia: Between Balkanization and Victimization; ANDREJA BARLE LAKOTA, MIRAN KOMAC: Breaking the Glass Ceiling: The Case of the Roma Ethnic Minority in Slovenia; OUAFAA BOUACHRA, FRANCISCO JAVIER GARCíA CASTAñO, MARIA RUBIO GOMEZ: 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 ; JURE GOMBAČ, MOHAMMAD MORAD: Transmigrants, Transnational Linkages and Ways of Belonging: The Case of Bangladeshi Migrants in Italy; ALEKSEJ KALC: Trieste as a Hub of Overseas Migration Before WWI ; 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”; KLARA KOŽAR ROSULNIK, NIVES LIČEN: Intertwining of Migrations and Learning: Biographic Learning as Forming an Identity and Knowledge through Migration Experiences ; MILANKA MUNDA, MOJCA PEČEK: Class Mates' and Teachers' Attitudes toward Roma Pupils in Elementary Schools in Maribor; 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

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MIRIJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, NATAŠA ROGELJA: 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; MIRIJAM 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; KRISTINA TOPLAK, MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK: 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

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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; OTO LUTHAR: Linguistic Mobility in the Central European Periphery and Multiethnic Heritage at the Beginning of the 20th Century; MARTIN POGAČAR: Digital Heritage: Co-Historicity and the Multicultural Heritage of Former Yugoslavia

38 / 2013

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MARKO JUNTUNEN, ŠPELA KALČIĆ, 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, OLGA DEČMAN DOBRNJIČ, TOMI DEUTSCH, 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; DRAGICA GATARIĆ, RAJKO GOLIĆ, MARKO JOKSIMOVIĆ, DEJAN ŠABIĆ, SNEŽANA VUJADINOVIĆ, LJILJANA ŽIVKOVIĆ: Asylum Seekers from Serbia and the Problems of Returnees: Why Serbia is among the World’s Leading Countries in Number of Asylum Seekers; MARIO BARA, ALEKSANDAR VUKIĆ: 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; KRISTINA HMELJAK SANGAWA, NAGISA MORITOKI ŠKOF: 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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MIRIJAM 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; IVANA ČANČAR, ANITA JUG DOŠLER, IRENA LESAR: 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; DEBORAH HOLMAN, CLAUDIA SCHNEIDER: 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; NATASHA BOGOEVSKA, SVETLANA TRBOJEVIK: 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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32 / 2010

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31 / 2010

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30 / 2009

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29 / 2009

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28 / 2008

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27 / 2008

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26 / 2007

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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; MIRIJAM 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

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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

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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); MIRIJAM 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

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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; MIRIJAM 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; MIRIJAM 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; MIRIJAM 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; MIRIJAM 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; MARTA MAFFIA, BERNARDA ZUBRZYCKI: 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; MIRIJAM 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

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)

11-12 / 2000

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10 / 1999

Two homelands

ZVONE ŽIGON: ; AVGUST HORVAT: ; BREDA ČEBULJ SAJKO: ; BOGDAN KOLAR: ; IRENA MILANIČ: ; IGOR MAVER: ; MICHAEL STAMMERS: ; TINE T. KURENT:

9 / 1998

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8 / 1997

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7 / 1996

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6 / 1995

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5 / 1994

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4 / 1993

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2-3 / 1992

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1 / 1990

Two homelands