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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: 171; Downloads: 1
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Speakers' errors in the use of the 'count form' in Bulgarian numeral phrases : possible sources of the distance effect
Penka Stateva, Julie Franck, Arthur Stepanov, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: In Bulgarian, numerals such as pet ('five') assign a special 'count form' feature to the noun: this assignment takes place across any number of intervening modifier phrases, thus forming a long-distance syntactic dependency. In colloquial speech, speakers often erroneously substitute the count form for regular plurals. Previous corpus and psycholinguistic research established that the ratio of such errors correlates with the distance between numeral and the noun in terms of the number of intervening items. In this note we briefly review this line of inquiry and outline two possible explanations for the distance effect: (i) the cost of maintaining and/or retrieving the numeral in the working memory, and (ii) cumulative activation of the plural markings on the intervening adjectivals.
Keywords: numeral, syntactic dependency, language processing, working memory, activation, Bulgarian
Published in RUNG: 12.02.2024; Views: 579; Downloads: 3
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Narratives need not end well; nor say it all
Sara Andreetta, Davide Spalla, Alessandro Treves, 2023, other scientific articles

Abstract: To fully embrace situations of radical uncertainty, we argue that the theory should abandon the requirements that narratives, in general, must lead to affective evaluation, and that they have to explain (and potentially simulate) all or even the bulk of the current decisional context. Evidence from studies of incidental learning show that narrative schemata can bias decisions while remaining fragmentary, insufficient for prediction, and devoid of utility values.
Keywords: conviction narrative theory, Hebbian learning, schemata, memory, neuroscience
Published in RUNG: 10.05.2023; Views: 1115; Downloads: 2
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At the interface between meter and memory
Sara Andreetta, invited lecture at foreign university

Keywords: meter, memory, poetry, Italian, Dante, Ariosto
Published in RUNG: 04.05.2023; Views: 1137; Downloads: 0
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Poetic meter helps memory formation; with Ariosto but not with Dante
Sara Andreetta, unpublished conference contribution

Keywords: meter, memory, poetry, Ariosto, Dante, Italian poetry, cognitive sciences
Published in RUNG: 20.07.2022; Views: 1396; Downloads: 0
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Meter and memory
Sara Andreetta, Oleksandra Soldatkina, Vezha Boboeva, Alessandro Treves, 2022, complete scientific database of research data

Keywords: raw data, poetry, meter, memory, Italian poetry
Published in RUNG: 19.07.2022; Views: 1711; Downloads: 64
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Minority Literature in the Majority Language: a New Paradigm? The Case of the
Ana Toroš, 2021, original scientific article

Abstract: The present paper addresses the issue of bilingual literature and studies the relations between the majority language and the minority language within the literature of minority authors. By using the close reading method we examined the contemporary phenomenon of producing literature in the majority (Italian) language by the authors of the Slovenian origin living in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region in Italy. In this regard we found out that the linguistic shift from the minority (Slovenian) language to the majority (Italian) language does not inevitably lead to the breakage of the links with the collective memory of the Slovenian minority community in Italy and thus does not induce a change in the manner of the literalization of the living space of the Slovenian minority in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Keywords: Minority literature, collective memory, Slavia Friulana, Trieste, Elena Cerkvenič, Antonella Bukovaz
Published in RUNG: 04.01.2022; Views: 1565; Downloads: 0
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La metrica di Dante e Ariosto e il cervello
Sara Andreetta, radio or television event

Keywords: research results, Italian poetry, Dante, meter, memory, dissemination
Published in RUNG: 16.11.2021; Views: 1828; Downloads: 0
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La SISSA studia la metrica di Dante : prispevek v oddaji Edizione delle 14:00, na RAI, TGR, Friuli Venezia Giulia, 25. 3. 2021
2021, radio or television event

Keywords: meter, memory, Italian poetry, Dante, Ariosto
Published in RUNG: 08.11.2021; Views: 1844; Downloads: 0
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I versi di Dante vengono ricordati anche senza metrica. Quelli di Ariosto no.
Sara Andreetta, 2021, interview

Keywords: meter, memory, Italian poetry, Dante, Ariosto
Published in RUNG: 08.11.2021; Views: 1747; Downloads: 0
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