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Etnolog 12 (2002)

To the anthropology of music the legacy of the Pohorje singer and poet Jurij Vodovnik continues t

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Jurij Vodovnik (1791–1858) was a self-taught poet from Styria, whose songs have been preserved in

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Quite a lot is known today about Vodovnik`s life and work.

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The author presents Vodovnik`s humour from the viewpoint of Levstik`s definitions of popular lite

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We are constantly surrounded by objects which define our work and activities, and these objects o

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The article defines the concept "work" and the terms included in the title; it deals with the iss

In the collection "The way we lived - Life Stories of Carinthian Slovenes" (1993–1997) the narrat

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The article presents two now extinct occupations which used to be carried out by Slovene fisherme

The article first summarises a range of domestic and foreign authors in order to illustrate the v

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The central topic of this paper concerns the study of the material aspects of culture within Eu

The treatise`s introduction explains the reasons for and the beginnings of the research into (man

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In order to achieve a comprehensive understanding of the theme at hand, the article briefly prese

Jernej Šušteršič is a less known ethnologist of the post-war generation, who was active as an eth

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Using photographs from the album of Terezija Barkovič, née Novoselič, the article presents the me

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Flutes and reed pipes of different types are certainly among the most popular aerophones in Slove

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