31 / 2010

Two homelands


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 STANKOVIĆ: 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.