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Museums in Slovenia show culture is positive and meaningful in the time of COVID-19 : Interview with Kaja Širok;
2020, interview

Abstract: UNESCO Intervju o tem kako je COVID prizadel kulturo in kako se kultura odziva. https://www.unesco.org/en/articles/museums-slovenia-show-culture-positive-and-meaningful-time-covid-19?TSPD_101_R0=080713870fab20004134773d487de09a6acff907ba8ca93927d23fa6798353c5d508e9b53b36f9c608c548d02714300023da781c1ecb720d6edfbed3a1d1bb3a4928f5ac7b24f316da74f9e45567aba275b266c0d7a61f9f0d55e537d897980f
Keywords: Culture, Museum, Sharing humanity
Published in RUNG: 16.05.2024; Views: 417; Downloads: 1
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Political pressure and museums in times of change : lecture at the seminar Managing values: values in management, 6 April 2022, online
Kaja Širok, 2022, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: What are the values ​​of each cultural organisation? Why should they be defined and publicly acknowledged? How are they expressed? And, most of all, how do cultural organisations identify, cultivate and transmit important values ​​to the communities in which they operate? https://accessculture-portugal.org/seminars-managing-values-values/?utm_content=buffer25d0b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Keywords: Museum management, Museums, Politics
Published in RUNG: 14.05.2024; Views: 375; Downloads: 0
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Whose memory? : new museums and (political) narratives in Slovenia
Kaja Širok, 2023, other scientific articles

Abstract: In March 2021, on the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the independent state of Slovenia, Janez Janša’s government established the (national) Museum of Slovenian Independence. The official reason for its creation was due to criticism from a number right-wing politicians who argued that Slovenian museums neglected the topic of national independence and failed to cultivate the values on which the new country was founded. This was strongly opposed by the historical profession, as at least three Slovenian museums were already dealing with the subject of the twentieth century and created several exhibitions on the subject of independence.
Keywords: Museums, Political narratives, Difficult heritage, National Museum for Contemporary History https://europeanmemories.net/magazine/whose-memory-new-museums-and-political-narratives-in-slovenia/
Published in RUNG: 08.05.2024; Views: 380; Downloads: 1
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Sustainable digital preservation of the new media art
Aleš Vaupotič, Eszter Polónyi, Narvika Bovcon, Jaka Železnikar, 2023, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: media studies, art history, new media art, archival studies, restoration studies, museum studies
Published in RUNG: 12.02.2024; Views: 1003; Downloads: 6
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REFLECTIONS OF A VANISHED TIME : The melancholy of objects in Georgi Gospodinov’s and Orhan Pamuk’s works
Giustina Selvelli, original scientific article

Abstract: In this paper, I focus on the role played by material objects in the evocation of a specific imaginary of the recent past (mainly the 1970s and 1980s) in the literary works of Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov (in the novels “The Physics of Sorrow” and “Natural Novel”) and of Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk (in “The Museum of Innocence”). I analyze the presence of feelings of melancholy and loss accompanied by a fixation on objects in the fictional works and describe their possible overcoming through an externalization in the form of museum exhibitions in the city of Sofia and Istanbul such as the “Inventory depository of Socialism” and the “Museum of Innocence”. By viewing objects as actors capable of creating meaningful social networks, I consider their use in the narration of personal and collective histories and their transformation as powerful symbols of a bygone era.
Keywords: melancholy, objects, socialism, Georgi Gospodinov, Istanbul, Orhan Pamuk, Physics of Sorrow, The Museum of Innocence
Published in RUNG: 19.06.2020; Views: 2954; Downloads: 0
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