Slovenski etnografski muzej
Experts and the general public were recently surprised by Pavle Medvešček’s discovery that a few
The ethnological study of children includes the cultural appreciation and conception of childhood
In his analysis of the most significant texts written by staff members of the Carniolan Provincia
Rajko Ložar, the wartime director of the Ethnographic Museum in Ljubljana and an archaeologist by
The article deals with the use of the (auto)biographical method in Slovene ethnology , focusing o
In the collection "The way we lived - Life Stories of Carinthian Slovenes" (1993–1997) the narrat
The article considers the fine dividing line between the use and misuse of ethnographic material
The article deals with beggars in Slovenia in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centurie
The article deals with beggars in Slovenia in the second half of the 19 th and early 20 th centur
The article presents the use of Palm Sunday bundles in the Slovene countryside.
This article about the life and work of the Slovene folklorist and ethnologist, academician Dr.
The author compares the function of the "shepherd of the wolves", a mythical figure found in Slav
The article presents the House Archive which is part of the documentation of the Slovene Ethnogra
The article brings a survey of the material on folk medicine, which was collected by the field te
The article presents documents from the archives of the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade which wit
The article presents the life and work of the priest Jurij Humar (1819–1890).
The SASA Library obtained the legacy of the Slovene architect Ivan Jager in 1967 and 1969.
The article presents the findings of a research into the principal characteristics of Ottoman urb
The article present magical practices and folk medicine as preserved in folk traditions.
The article presents the textile collection of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum: what formed the c
The position of a woman in the Bizeljsko and Kozjansko regions in the first half of the 20th cent
The Department of Social Culture was established in the Slovene Ethnographic Museum in the 1970s.
The treatise`s introduction explains the reasons for and the beginnings of the research into (man
Jernej Šušteršič is a less known ethnologist of the post-war generation, who was active as an eth
The article presents the author`s reflections on family photographs as a source in the research o
The author establishes that many ideas, methods and techniques belonging to alternative medicine,
The article presents and analyses the data which were collected, using, ethnological questionnair