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My Sister Who Travels
Martina Caruso, exhibition catalogue

Abstract: This exhibition offers the viewer new perspectives on this genre, through the landscapes in the work of six women artists. Landscape art is often considered in Romantic terms. Human analogies between the concrete world and the inner world are frequently drawn, and the open space of the land can be seen as a space for imagining, for thinking freely. But these public spaces are also contested sites, layered with histories and the implicit legacies of control, power, occupation and exclusion.
Keywords: landscape photography, history of photography, 19th century, 20th century, 21st century, women, gender, Mediterranean, video art, Halida Boughriet, Corinne Silva, Paola Yacoub, Noor Abed, Jananne Al-Ani, Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, Esther Boise Van Deman, migration, capitalism, patriarchy
Published in RUNG: 13.01.2023; Views: 1366; Downloads: 0
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Agnes and Dora Bulwer's Photographs of Everyday Italians
Martina Caruso, 2022, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: In the photographs of British sisters Agnes and Dora Bulwer taken at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, I argue for an early humanist vision of the peasants, children and workers that they photographed on their travels around Italy.
Keywords: History of photography, protohumanism, modernity, Italy, Roman Campagna, Abruzzo, archaeology, peasants, workers, Victorian, gender, women
Published in RUNG: 13.01.2023; Views: 1201; Downloads: 0
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Stifling intimacies : middle-class marriage in the short stories of four Central European women writers at the turn of the twentieth century
Katja Mihurko, 2023, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: The chapter investigates how four Central-European women writers (Zofka Kveder, Grete Meisel-Hess, Adela Milčinović and Růžena Svobodová) through formal features (the narrator, the focalisor, the depiction of spaces, devices of poetical language, combining aestheticism and social critique, symbolism and realism) display the middle-class marriage as a social institution that can be suffocating for women, especially if they are not able or not willing to perform the role of the mother. The article also shows that selected Central-European women writers were all rooted in the Catholic ideology and consequently problematize the role of a woman within it. The selected short stories have many common traits, so the interpretation of the writings of Central-European women writers of the fin de siècle proves to be more productive when applying a transnational perspective in the research. Poglavje raziskuje, kako štiri srednjeevropske pisateljice (Zofka Kveder, Grete Meisel-Hess, Adela Milčinović in Růžena Svobodová) skozi formalne značilnosti (pripovedovalec, fokalizator, upodabljanje prostorov, sredstva poetičnega jezika, kombinacija estetike in družbene kritike, simbolizma in realizma) prikazujejo meščanski zakon kot socialno institucijo, ki je lahko za ženske dušeča, zlasti če ne morejo ali ne želijo opravljati vloge matere. Članek tudi pokaže, da so bile izbrane srednjeevropske pisateljice vse zasidrane v katoliški ideologiji in posledično problematizirajo vlogo ženske v njej. Izbrane kratke zgodbe imajo veliko skupnih značilnosti, zato se interpretacija pisanja srednjeevropskih pisateljic fin de siècla izkaže za produktivnejšo, če pri raziskovanju uporabimo transnacionalno perspektivo.
Keywords: intimacy, spatiality, women writers
Published in RUNG: 12.01.2023; Views: 1332; Downloads: 20
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Intimacy : women writers and digital humanities
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.
Keywords: digital humanities, computational stylometry, intimacy, women writers, literature
Published in RUNG: 30.08.2022; Views: 1240; Downloads: 0

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The forbidden speech: (Self) censorship in the personal correspondence of women writers of the Slovenian modernism
Primož Mlačnik, Ivana Zajc, 2022, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: (Self) censorship, Slovenian women writers, modernism, epistolary correspondence, the forbidden topics
Published in RUNG: 30.08.2022; Views: 1386; Downloads: 0
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Marica Nadlišek Bartol and her editorial network around the first Slovenian women's newspaper Slovenka
Katja Mihurko, 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.
Keywords: Marica Nadlišek Bartol, Slovenka, Ljubljanski zvon, Dom in svet, Virtual Research Enviroment Women Writers, digital humanities
Published in RUNG: 16.05.2019; Views: 3448; Downloads: 234
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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 (https://www.dariah.eu/activities/working-groups/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) http://resources.huygens.knaw.nl/womenwriters, 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: 4040; Downloads: 115
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Жените во науката
Daniel Evrosimoski, Tanja Petrushevska, 2018, interview

Keywords: women in science, international day of women in science, interview, newspaper
Published in RUNG: 12.02.2018; Views: 3707; Downloads: (1 vote)
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