33 / 2011

Two homelands


Articles


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