Slavica Tergestina 17 (2016)

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Slavica Tergestina volumes usually focus on a particular theme or concept. Most of the articles published so far deal with the cultural realm of the Slavic world from the perspective of modern semiotic and cultural methodological approaches, but the journal remains open to other approaches and methodologies.

The theme of the upcoming volume along with detailed descriptions of the submission deadlines and the peer review process can be found on our website at www.slavica-ter.org. All published articles are also available on-line, both on the journal website and in the University of Trieste web publication system at www.openstarts.units.it/dspace/handle/10077/2204.

Slavica Tergestina is indexed in The European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH PLUS).

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Recent Submissions

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  • Publication
    Retracing Images after Yugoslavia
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Petrungaro, Stefano
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    On the New Life of the Partisan Songs in ex-Yugoslavia
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Atanasovski, Srđan
      287  305
  • Publication
    It Is About ‘Now’, Comrades. On Gal Kirn’s "Partizanski prelomi’”
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Buden, Boris
      241  261
  • Publication
    The Return of the Partisan Art
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Jež, Andraž
      266  199
  • Publication
    Slovenian Sociology of Literature and Slovenian National Poet: France Prešeren between the Partisans, Dissidents and Theorists
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)
    Habjan, Jernej
    In the 1960s, Boris Ziherl provided Slovenian sociology with its theoretical and institutional foundations—historical materialism and an academic department. After Ziherl, however, the two foundations have only grown apart, so much so that two recent studies had to assume an anti-institutional perspective to reaffirm (Ziherl’s) historical materialism. Both these texts—Miklavž Komelj’s book on Slovenian Partisan art and Rastko Močnik’s book on Prešeren studies—intervene in Slovenian sociology of literature, which Ziherl helped found as well. I will hence address the key field shared by Slovenian sociology and literary criticism: Prešeren studies. Ziherl’s view of Slovenian national poet France Prešeren was formed during and post WWII. His interwar Prešeren is an adversary of German Romanticism, and his post-war Prešeren is an ally of Hegel’s anti-Romanticism. I will read the former with Komelj’s Ziherl, and the latter, with Močnik’s. В 1960-е гг. Борис Зихерл дал словен ской социологии её теоретическое и институциональное основание: исто рический материализм и универси тетскую кафедру. Но после Зихерла эти основания настолько разошлись, что две недавние реактуализа ции исторического материализма Зихерла не могли не быть анти-ин ституциональными. Оба эти текста — книга Миклавжа Комеля об искус стве словенских партизан и книга Растка Мочника о прешерноведении — интервенируют в словенскую социологию литературы, пионером которой также является Зихерл. Эта статья посвящена прешерноведению как точке пересечения словенской социологии и литературоведения. Подход Зихерла к словенскому национальному поэту Прешерну формировался во время и после Вто рой мировой войны. Во время войны Зихерл считал Прешерна противни ком немецкого романтизма, а после войны сторонником антиромантиз ма Гегеля. В статье первый Прешерен читается на фоне Комеля — второй на фоне Мочника.
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