11-12 / 2000

Marjan Drnovšek

Slovene Emigration Material: A Round Table, Ljubljana, 31 May 2000

On 31 May 2000 a round table on the theme ‘Slovene Emigration Material’ was held in the Little Hall of SAZU’s Scientific Research Center in Ljubljana. Discussion was limited to issues relating to material created by emigrants and brought by various routes to Slovenia or the Slovene areas of Italy and A ustria (material from archivesand museums, ethnological material, art, literature, film and material recorded in otherways).
To coincide with the round table a Guide to the Archive Material of the ZRC SAZU Institute for Slovene Emigration Studies was published. The Guide was preparedby Dean Ceglar. It was also intended as an encouragement and a model publication to help other holders of this type of material.

11-12 / 2000

Marjan Drnovšek

Slovene Emigration Material: A Round Table, Ljubljana, 31 May 2000

On 31 May 2000 a round table on the theme ‘Slovene Emigration Material’ was held in the Little Hall of SAZU’s Scientific Research Center in Ljubljana. Discussion was limited to issues relating to material created by emigrants and brought by various routes to Slovenia or the Slovene areas of Italy and A ustria (material from archivesand museums, ethnological material, art, literature, film and material recorded in otherways).
To coincide with the round table a Guide to the Archive Material of the ZRC SAZU Institute for Slovene Emigration Studies was published. The Guide was preparedby Dean Ceglar. It was also intended as an encouragement and a model publication to help other holders of this type of material.

11-12 / 2000

Tatjana Žitnik

Bibliometrical analysis of the ten volumes of Dve domovini/Two Homelands

The bibliometrical analysis contains quantitative data on articles and papers published in Dve domovini / Two Homelands and on their authors. Between 1990 and 1999 210 texts by 87 authors were published, covering a total of 2,500 pages. Scholarly articles predom inate (they occupy 81 per cent of the total number of pages). Their share in relation to scholarlyand specialized papers is 88 per cent. The ratio of articles in Slovene to articles in English is 65:35. The journal has a strongly international character; 44 per cent of contributors are from countries other than Slovenia (a total of 14 different countries). A notablefeature is the interdisciplinary character of the journal, with contributors representing 15 different academic fields; 69 percent of contributors hold a master’s degree or doctorate;74 per cent of contributors are (were) employed at universities and institutes.

11-12 / 2000

Tatjana Žitnik

Bibliometrical analysis of the ten volumes of Dve domovini/Two Homelands

The bibliometrical analysis contains quantitative data on articles and papers published in Dve domovini / Two Homelands and on their authors. Between 1990 and 1999 210 texts by 87 authors were published, covering a total of 2,500 pages. Scholarly articles predom inate (they occupy 81 per cent of the total number of pages). Their share in relation to scholarlyand specialized papers is 88 per cent. The ratio of articles in Slovene to articles in English is 65:35. The journal has a strongly international character; 44 per cent of contributors are from countries other than Slovenia (a total of 14 different countries). A notablefeature is the interdisciplinary character of the journal, with contributors representing 15 different academic fields; 69 percent of contributors hold a master’s degree or doctorate;74 per cent of contributors are (were) employed at universities and institutes.

11-12 / 2000

Janja Žitnik Serafin

Two Homelands, 1-10 (1990-1999): Bibliography with abstracts

Comprehensive bibliography 
Bibliography of books reviewed
Abstracts

11-12 / 2000

Janja Žitnik Serafin

Two Homelands, 1-10 (1990-1999): Bibliography with abstracts

Comprehensive bibliography 
Bibliography of books reviewed
Abstracts

48 / 2018

Aleksej Kalc

Book Review - Francesca Fauri (ed.), The History of Migration in Europe: Perspectives from Economics, Politics and Sociology

Book Review is published on SLO pages.

48 / 2018

Aleksej Kalc

Book Review - Francesca Fauri (ed.), The History of Migration in Europe: Perspectives from Economics, Politics and Sociology

Book Review is published on SLO pages.

48 / 2018

Beatrice Mariottini

Book Review - Natasha King, No Borders: The Politics of Immigration Control and Resistance

“Imagine a society like a ripped sheet, each hole being a space of freedom destined to grow larger. As long as it is being pierced, those who find themselves caught in the material will not choke. They will be able to choose to migrate […] We need to push these walls” (anonymous interview: 159). The metaphor used by this interviewee offers a good visual explanation of the aim and direction of the No Borders movement, which Natasha King brilliantly explains in her book. The author is an English scholar with a PhD in political science from the University of Nottingham who focuses on the struggle for the freedom of movement and has conducted extensive research on the topic around Europe, specifically in Calais, France, and Athens, Greece.

48 / 2018

Beatrice Mariottini

Book Review - Natasha King, No Borders: The Politics of Immigration Control and Resistance

“Imagine a society like a ripped sheet, each hole being a space of freedom destined to grow larger. As long as it is being pierced, those who find themselves caught in the material will not choke. They will be able to choose to migrate […] We need to push these walls” (anonymous interview: 159). The metaphor used by this interviewee offers a good visual explanation of the aim and direction of the No Borders movement, which Natasha King brilliantly explains in her book. The author is an English scholar with a PhD in political science from the University of Nottingham who focuses on the struggle for the freedom of movement and has conducted extensive research on the topic around Europe, specifically in Calais, France, and Athens, Greece.