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Etnolog 13 (2003)
Are we young or old?
|Bojana Rogelj Škafar||
Etnološki muzeji in nacionalna identiteta
<p>The article examines the Slovene Ethnographic Museum’s position in between two realities: the historical life of the nation and its national identity on the one hand and, on the other hand, it highlights the museum as the bearer of the symbols of national identity which can be identified and visually presented to the public by those who carry out museum activities.
Pozitivne in negativne tradicije iz predzgodovine Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja
<p>In his analysis of the most significant texts written by staff members of the Carniolan Provincial Museum the author attempts to establish the conceptual and institutional position of ethnology in this museum in the 19th and the early 20th centuries. Comparing the development in other Slovene and European museum, he tries to accurately define the nature of the Carniolan Provincial Museum’s “negative traditions”, which the Ethnographic Museum inherited when it became an independent institution in 1923.</p>
Rajko Ložar — upravnik Etnografskega muzeja 1940–1945
<p>Rajko Ložar, the wartime director of the Ethnographic Museum in Ljubljana and an archaeologist by education, was also active as an art historian, ethnologist and literary critic, and he was a prominent figure in the country’s cultural life before the Second World War. This article presents the period in which he was the museum’s director, based on his autobiographic notes.
"Jaz sem pa mislila, da je kakšen vohun"
<p>Dr. Boris Orel was the first post-war director of the Ethnographic Museum. The article is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of his birth and the 55th anniversary of the start of his first field team’s activities. It is an attempt to shed light on the figure of Dr. Boris Orel, his enthusiasm for and love of his work and discipline through an analysis of the work organisation and life of the field team in the third year after the end of the Second World War.</p>
Etnološki krotilec zverinic
<p>This article about the life and work of the Slovene folklorist and ethnologist, academician Dr. Milko Matičetov, attempts to be a rich lunch. Its aperitif is the introduction which provides the reader with the existing texts on Matičetov in Slovene folklorist and ethnological professional circles. The enticing starter is quite a surprise, a story about »Matičetov and his first encounter with France«. The main course, the chapter »About Matičetov as a person and researcher«, is enriched with two side-dishes, subchapters entitled »Alpes Orientales« and »Resia«.
Tekstilna zbirka Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja
<p>The article presents the textile collection of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum: what formed the collection, what is it today and what it is not. How is it structured and how is internally and externally valued. Reflecting on the criteria for collecting objects from the industrial and consumer societies and on the themes which will set the framework for theoretical study, the article suggests guidelines for the expansion, formation and interpretation of the collection in the future</p>
Kustodiat za gospodarstvo, promet in transport
<p>The article describes the development and activities of the Department of economy, traffic and transport of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum, taking account of the principal guidelines in the fields of ethnology and museology which had a major influence on the activities of the department in different periods. The article presents the department’s collections, their classification, the methods of acquiring objects, and a view of its future development.</p>
Nastanek, zbirke in vizije kustodiata za socialno kulturo v Slovenskem etnografskem muzeju
<p>The Department of Social Culture was established in the Slovene Ethnographic Museum in the 1970s. Its origin was brought about by several earlier thematic research projects and the presence of collected objects as well as collections. The article presents the department’s existing collections and the guidelines for its future activities.</p>
O prvem obdobju delovanja Kustodiata za slovenske izseljence, zamejce, pripadnike narodnih manjin in drugih etnij
<p>The article presents the operation of the Department for the Slovene emigrants, the Slovene ethnic minorities in the neighbouring countries, and the members of the national minorities and other ethnicities at the Slovene Ethnographic Museum from its establishment in 1999 to the present. The article explains the reasons for the origin of the department and presents the<br /> activities of its curator in the fields of research, collecting material and exhibitions.</p>
|Ralf Čeplak Mencin||
Zbiralna politika kustodiata za Azijo, Oceanijo in Avstralijo
<p>Author presents an alternative solution: the Ministry of Culture should annually allocate to the museum a fixed amount and the museum, that is museum experts, should carry out a research in co-operation with experts from a chosen country ; based on this research’s findings, objects should then be purchased which present a certain culture in the most authentic way.</p>
|Sonja Kogej Rus||
Vsebinska podoba pedagoško-andragoške službe Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja
<p>The article presents the activities of the Education and Adult Education Service of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum in the past decade and its various programmes for pre-school children, primary school pupils, secondary school scholars, and adults.</p>
|Anja Serec Hoždar||
Hišni arhiv Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja
<p>The article presents the House Archive which is part of the documentation of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum. It deals with the archive’s structure, how it is arranged, processed, and preserved. Presenting the system that is used, the article explains the structure of the archive’s contents. The scope of information provided by the House Archive and the options to use it, for instance, in presentations, are illustrated. Three separate House Archives are presented in detail.</p>
|Nadja Valentinčič Furlan||
Filmski dokumenti dr. Borisa Kuharja
<p>The article deals with thirteen film records made by Dr. Boris Kuhar, the director of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum from 1963 to 1971, in the Slovene ethnic territory. The films are analysed from several angles (time and location, basic contents and other visual data, type of record, duration, the behaviour of people in front of the camera, filming technique). To date eight films have remained untouched (i.e. unedited) and have not been presented yet, while five were edited and included by Dr. Kuhar in the exhibition "Južno Pohorje" in 1963. Dr.
|Vesna Bižić Omčikus||
Niko Županič v Etnografskem muzeju v Beogradu
<p>The article presents documents from the archives of the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade which witness to the activities of Niko Županič as curator of the museum`s Anthropology and Palaeontology Department from 1914 to 1920, and to his later efforts to lay down the anthropological criteria for the operation of the Ethnographic Institute, which was established in Ljubljana in 1921.</p>
Niko Županič kot slovenski etnolog
<p>The author gives an outline of the history of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum under the supervision of Niko Županič, its first director in the years of 1923–1940. After an introduction into the early biography of Županič he describes his role in the initial development of the museum which took place in a period which was characterized by poor state funds.
Retrogradna konstrukcija podobe gibanja prebivalstva na Slovenskem pred 18. stoletjem
<p>Based on development demographic samples from territories with similar social and historical circumstances, an image is is constructed of the population trends in the territory of present-day Slovenia from the 7th to the 18th century; the article provides estimates on the total population and the number of adult women who participated in creating goods, historical conditions and events. </p>
<p>The article describes magic acts of burying various objects on the land or in the buildings of neighbours in order to harm them, their crops, livestock, etc., registered in the rural environment of Eastern Slovenia in 2000–2002.</p>
Vprašanje narodne noše na Slovenskem
<p>The article deals with the development of national costumes in Slovenia as costumes for special occasions and defines their different forms and functions. The phenomenon of the »national costume« started in the mid 19th century in the developing Slovene bourgeois society, and it spread to the peasant population in the 1870s. The period between the two World Wars saw the most intensive development of the national costume because the naša dečva (our costume) campaign spread the national costume to all classes of the population.</p>
Slovenski likovni ustvarjalci v Avstraliji
<p>Ethnologists have already researched many fields related to Slovene emigrants. Nevertheless, some of the numerous themes have yet to be researched, among others the plastics arts among the emigrants. This article is a first attempt to shed light on this hardly known segment of cultural and artistic activities among our emigrants.
Živeti in stanovati v osmanskih mestih Bosne in Hercegovine
<p>The article presents the findings of a research into the principal characteristics of Ottoman urbanism, the typical topography of Ottoman towns, and the dwelling culture of town inhabitants in Bosnia and Herzegovina under the Ottoman Rule. The research was carried out by studying and analysing the available professional literature and travel books.</p>
Vprašalnice Etnološkega atlasa in Slovenci
<p>The article presents and analyses the data which were collected, using, ethnological questionnaires, in the territory of Slovenia until approximately the 1970s. The questionnaire were part of the preparations for producing an ethnological atlas of Yugoslavia. The collected material is from 251 Slovene villages and covers 157 themes. It is comparable with the material collected in about 3100 villages in the territory of the former Yugoslavia.</p>
O razstavi Slovenski priseljenci v Argentini v argentinskem Nacionalnem muzeju priseljevanja
|Bojana Rogelj Škafar||
Donacija freske z motivom Priče iz pekla dr. Milka Matičetovega Slovenskemu etnografskemu muzeju
|Bojana Rogelj Škafar||
Donacija risb, akvarelov in fotografij iz "makedonskega ciklusa" akademske slikarke Alenke Gerlovič Slovenskemu etnografskemu muzeju
|Nina Zdravič Polič||
Donacija slik Prijona Maruta Slovenskemu etnografskemu muzeju
|Sonja Kogej Rus||
Slovenski etnografski muzej v letu 2002
|Nina Zdravič Polič||
Tri konference Mednarodnega muzejskega sveta v Sloveniji
Telekomova donacija v sklad "Muzejski čebelnjak"
Podelitev Murkovega priznanja za leto 2001
Mag. Polona Sketelj – nagrajenka Urada za Slovence v zamejstvu in po svetu
Študentom je bil več kot le profesor ... Prof. dr. Vilko Novak 1909–2003
Publikacije in tiski Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja 1983–2003
Razstave Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja 1983–2003
Bibliografija sodelavcev Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja za leto 2002
|Nadja Valentinčič Furlan||
Filmografija Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja
Matt, Gerald & Mießgang, Thomas (ur.): Flash Afrique!
Kestli, Elizabet: Ženske sa Kosova
|Metka Mencin Čeplak||
Destovnik, Irena: Moč šibkih
Košuta, Marta: Križ od noše do noše
Mikhailov, Nikolai: Mythologia Slovenica
Fikfak, Jurij et al. (ur.) O pustu, maskah in maskiranju
Šivic, Urša, Komavec, Maša, Pušenjak, Marjetka (zbr. in ur.) Družinska pesmarica
Sedmak, Mateja: Kri in kultura
|Damjan J. Ovsec||
Lipič, Fran: Topografija c.-kr. deželnega glavnega mesta Ljubljane z vidika naravoslovja in medicine...