18 / 2003

Two homelands


Articles


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

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