Ingrid Slavec Gradišnik, Dragana Radojičić
The book ('Serbs in Slovenia, Slovenians in Serbia') contains discussions of research findings summed up by Serbian and Slovenian ethnologists of the ZRC SAZU Institute of Slovenian Ethnology (Ljubljana) and the Institute of Ethnography SASA (Belgrade) based on two two-year bilateral research projects (Serbs in Slovenia, Slovenians in Serbia. Studying Ethnological Issues and Recognizing Professional Orientations, 2006–2007, and Cultural and Academic Contacts. Serbs and Slovenians between the 19th and 21st Centuries, 2008–2009). The implementation of research included some fieldwork, as well as study of literature and archive sources. Although, strictly speaking, the resulting findings cannot be considered comparable pairs of two, what they have in common is contemporary research grounds with regard to relationality, processuality and symbolic attribution of ethnical, cultural, national, generational, and social identification, to the longevity of history vs. the almost instant impacts of contemporary cultural flows as well as political upheavals.
individual contributionsMilina Ivanović Barišić, Jadranka Đorđević Crnobrnja, Ivan Đorđević, Ingrid Slavec Gradišnik, Saša Poljak Istenič, Naško Križnar, Monika Kropej, Biljana Milenković-Vuković, Miroslav Niškanović, Mirjana Pavlović, Mladena Prelić, Dragana Radojičić, Srđan Radović, Mojca Ravnik, Anica Sabo, Lada Stevanović, Marta Stojić
hardback, jacket 17 × 25 cm 320 pages