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Transnational Connections and literary history
Katja Mihurko Poniž, unpublished conference contribution

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ... women writers, travelling texts 1790-1914...
Keywords: women writers, travelling texts 1790-1914
Published: 25.07.2016; Views: 3212; Downloads: 0

Megi Rožič, 2016, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: People have travelled and migrated since the early periods of history and the phenomenon of migration, defined as “the movement of large numbers of people, birds or animals from one place to another” (Oxford Advanced Dictionary, 7th ed.) has a history of hundreds of years (Pourjafari, Vahidpour, 2014) and is by no means new. But the way of travelling, migrating and mobility in contemporary reality does have many specific aspects and recently it has been studied in new ways, with new concerns. The experience of migration in the contemporary world is a fundamental characteristic of human societies. “It is a system in which the circulation of people, sources and information follows multiple paths. The energy and barriers that alter the course or deflect the contemporary patterns of movement have both obvious and hidden features. While nothing is utterly random, the consequences of change are often far from predictable” (Papastergiadis, 2000: 1). This unpredictability and multidirectionality has led to changes in approaches to the study of migration in recent decades. In the last few decades the study of migration has increasingly been accompanied by a tendency to study it on the individual level − at the level of personal life stories (Milharčič Hladnik, 2007). These are also markedly expressed in the medium of literature. The present dissertation presents literary oeuvres of seven women writers, who thematise the autobiographical experience of migration, it offers an individually, woman-centred experience and view of migration. In selected oeuvres personal views are expressed on that experience, different strategies of coping with life in new realities and regarding relationships in these environments. The thematisation of the experience of migration in selected oeuvres is also connected with a problematisation of other concepts: the concepts of belonging, borders, nation-state, culture and language. It is also vitally connected with the personal identity construction of the lyrical subjects and literary characters and also because of the autobiographical character of selected literary works of the literary artists themselves. The experience of migration in selected literary works leads to unique identity formations, which in themselves combine elements of different cultural backgrounds and traditions. In their literary works these selected women writers also shape their relationship toward time and space dimensions, tradition and interpersonal relationships through the experience of migration. The experience of migration, the relocation of the subject and a change of the geographical area in selected oeuvres, does not only represent a change of the geographical position: it also allows a deviation from other rigid and seemingly fixed and unvarying patterns and virtual realities that accompany human life. Migration can also present an alienation effect from traditionalisms and determinants that define human lives. In the literary oeuvres of these selected women writers, migration is only in part tied to the traditional concepts related to migrants, with the loss of roots and rupture with the place of origin. In the selected literary oeuvres, migrants are rarely considered to be uprooted and unable to find their anchor or confidently start a new chapter in their lives in a new environment. Migration is mostly connected with the possibility of expanding the horizon of insights and perspectives of looking at life, with the acceptance of its complexities, ambiguities and incompleteness. Mostly, the experience of migration is seen as a new, creative option, which opens and examines the wide range of other issues and dilemmas. The condition of uprooted loss has traditionally negative connotations, but in the selected oeuvres vagueness and fluidity allow a real insight into the real, complex nature of life and human existence.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: The experience of migration, women writers, Maruša Krese, Ifigenija Zagoričnik Simonović, Brina Švigelj-Mérat − Brina Svit, Gabriela Babnik, Stanislava Chrobáková Repar, Erica Johnson Debeljak, Lidija Dimkovska, literary polysystem, nomadic entity, locational feminism, fluid identity, transnationalism, transculturalism
Published: 11.10.2016; Views: 5699; Downloads: 458
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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.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Canonization, Didactics, Women authors, Literary history, Slovenian secondary school textbooks
Published: 17.11.2016; Views: 3948; Downloads: 206
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Organiziranje projekta vizualizacije podatkov
Aleš Vaupotič, Jure Demšar, Narvika Bovcon, 2016, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: Članek bo predstavil vizualizacije zbirke literarnovednih podatkov, projekt, ki je potekal v okviru študijskega procesa na Fakulteti za računalništvo in informatiko Univerze v Ljubljani, v povezavi sodelavcev iz treh disciplin: humanistike, računalništva in informatike ter grafičnega oblikovanja.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...izacjia podatkov, interdisciplinarno sodelovanje, digitalna humanistika, zbirka Women Writers...
Keywords: vizualizacjia podatkov, interdisciplinarno sodelovanje, digitalna humanistika, zbirka Women Writers
Published: 09.01.2017; Views: 3737; Downloads: 232
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Жените во науката
Daniel Evrosimoski, Tanja Petrushevska, 2018, interview

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ... women in science, international day of women in...
Keywords: women in science, international day of women in science, interview, newspaper
Published: 12.02.2018; Views: 2810; Downloads: 0 
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Teaching women writers with NEWW Virtual Research Environment
Katja Mihurko Poniž, 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.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: digital humanities, literary history, women writers
Published: 15.04.2019; Views: 2921; Downloads: 103
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Marica Nadlišek Bartol and her editorial network around the first Slovenian women's newspaper Slovenka
Katja Mihurko Poniž, Narvika Bovcon, 2019, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: This paper aims to present the editorial practice of Marica Nadlišek Bartol, who edited the first Slovenian women's newspaper Slovenka (1897-1902) in the first three years of it's publishing. Nadlišek Bartol saw in the publishing of women's writings the main accomplishment of her editorship. She encouraged Sloveanian women to take up the pen and write down their feelings and reflections. Since Slovenian women writers entered the literary field not earlier than in 1848 there had been almost no role models in the national literary tradition. Nadlišek knew how to approach this problem: she had published the translations from and about foreign women writers and prompted the dialog between Slovenian women writers and their foreign counterparts. The paper examines which women writers were presented in the newspaper Slovenka and in which ways, how the articles about them caused the discussions on different topics concerning women's emancipations on the pages of the newspaper and in the public life, and how the fact that Slovenka was published on the national fringes in the multiethnical space of Trieste influenced Nadlišek's editorial practice. By using the data from the Virtual Research Enviroment Women Writers this paper also explores the possibilites of visual representation of Nadlišek's editorial network.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Marica Nadlišek Bartol, Slovenka, Ljubljanski zvon, Dom in svet, Virtual Research Enviroment Women Writers, digital humanities
Published: 16.05.2019; Views: 2485; Downloads: 215
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Opportunities for Female Scientists in Ljubljana (Slovenia) after World War I and World War II
Željko Oset, unpublished conference contribution

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...and Arts, University of Ljubljana, Marta Blinc, women scientists...
Keywords: Slovene Science, Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts, University of Ljubljana, Marta Blinc, women scientists
Published: 24.06.2019; Views: 2448; Downloads: 0
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The forbidden speech: (Self) censorship in the personal correspondence of women writers of the Slovenian modernism
IVANA ZAJC, Primož Mlačnik, 2022, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: (Self) censorship, Slovenian women writers, modernism, epistolary correspondence, the forbidden topics
Published: 30.08.2022; Views: 350; Downloads: 0
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Ivana Zajc, 2022, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: In the lecture we explore how digital humanities can bring us a new understanding of intimacy in literary works and women writers.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...understanding of intimacy in literary works and women writers....
Keywords: digital humanities, computational stylometry, intimacy, women writers, literature
Published: 30.08.2022; Views: 294; Downloads: 0

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