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Augmented Reality and Chronotopicality : Literary Itineraries in Gorizia, Trieste and Duino
Narvika Bovcon, Aleš Vaupotič, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: The reality-virtuality continuum (Paul Milgram et al., 1994) establishes a foundational mixed reality as a spectrum of intermediate options. The ICT based databases are increasingly superimposed on and integrated in our life-world. The new media art – and contemporary media in general – can be seen through two points of view: the technical aspect where the reality is supplemented by (3-D, networked) computerbased data. Secondly, the augmented reality can be construed as a real superimposition of different realities, that is foregrounded using Mikhail Bakhtin’s notion of chronotopicality. The MAST symposium (18. & 19.11.2019, ex-Daimond (xD), Nova Gorica, Slovenia), Pixxelpoint 2019.
Keywords: augmented reality, literary history, literatures in contact, EDUKA2
Published in RUNG: 18.11.2019; Views: 3614; Downloads: 0
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Teaching women writers with NEWW Virtual Research Environment
Katja Mihurko, Narvika Bovcon, Marie Nedregotten Sørbø, Viola Parente-Čapková, Amelia Sanz, Suzan Van Dijk, Aleš Vaupotič, 2018, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: The underrepresentation of women in cultural historiography has challenged a number of feminist responses in the form of supplementary female canons since the 1970s. The DARIAH Working Group Women Writers in History ( takes this task a step further, and investigates historical sources until 1930 to find out whether female authors were read in the past. The objective of the DARIAH Working Group WWIH is: to carry out research about female authorship in history, the international reception of women’s writing and the connections between women authors. Evidence of readership, translations and commentary is contained in the digital repository NEWW VRE (Virtual Research Environment), which serves as a collaborative research tool for the above mentioned working group.
Keywords: digital humanities, literary history, women writers
Published in RUNG: 15.04.2019; Views: 4137; Downloads: 116
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The Problem of the Representation of Women Authors in Slovenian Secondary School Literature Textbooks
Zoran Božič, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper is based on empirical research on the share of women authors in Slovenian secondary school literature textbooks between 1850 and 2000. The highest share (about 15%) of women authors was achieved after the Second World War and in contemporary textbooks. However, this share occurred in only one of three competing books, one which offers a considerably larger selection of authors than that required by the curriculum. The research showed that the share of women authors depends on the scope of the approach: the fewer authors that are included, the smaller is the likelihood of women authors being represented. With a very strict selection of nationally representative authors, the female gender is not represented at all. The gender of the selector(s) may influence the inclusion of women authors, but not necessarily: a textbookʼs editor may be a woman, yet still fail to include a single woman author. A comparison between textbooks and literary-historical selections shows that women authors in textbooks are less represented (due to limitations of the scope as determined by the included literary texts), and the selection criteria may also differ.
Keywords: Canonization, Didactics, Women authors, Literary history, Slovenian secondary school textbooks
Published in RUNG: 17.11.2016; Views: 4959; Downloads: 217
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Evaluation of France Prešeren's Poems
Zoran Božič, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: The paper, referring to the school selection of Prešeren's poems, deals with the problem of evaluating Prešeren's poems. When selecting literary texts for secondary school reading books, the modern literature didactics recommend giving priority to the principles of reception and literary history. A study of the evaluation criteria of three leading experts on Prešeren from the second half of the 20th century brings recognition that, in spite of significant differences between them, literary historians, above all, value formally complex and receptively demanding poems belonging to the central period of Prešeren's romanticism. Although the influence of literary-historical principle is also noticed in secondary school students, these attribute the most value to Prešeren's poems with simple forms and less demanding reception, predominantly those that have a story, are easier to understand and provide a complete experience.
Keywords: France Prešeren's poems, literary history, reception, evaluation, empirical research
Published in RUNG: 17.08.2016; Views: 5406; Downloads: 36
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