Marjeta Pisk

Marjeta Pisk
Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts | ZRC SAZU · Department of Ethnomusicology

PhD

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This article presents three examples of Slovenian–Italian cross-border heritage initiatives. The ZBORZBIRK project linked thirty-four collections from the border area. The Walk of Peace trail from the Alps to the Adriatic connects the most important remnants and monuments of the Isonzo Front in Slovenia and Italy. The municipalities in Brda/Collio...
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The article focuses on short folklore forms recorded in the Gorica Hills (slv. Goriška brda) in the 20th and early 21st centuries, which can be considered as non-linguistic or non-ethnically bound folklore features. The language of these folklore forms is a mixture of the dialectal forms of the contact languages (Slovene, Italian, partly Friulian)....
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The trajectories of social actions comprising nature conservation and regional economic development in the Slovenian-Austrian-Hungarian tri-border area discussed in this paper are closely linked to the landscape of the Slovenian-Austrian-Hungarian border. Processual understanding bounds landscape to human activities and other non-human agents, all...
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Manuscript songbooks as a very important source have only partly been taken into account in research on church songs and religious folk songs and in the process of folklorization of art songs. This article analyzes the reasons for researchers’ lack of interest of in this topic, and it presents the problems of genre demarcation in manuscript songboo...
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This article provides an overview of national bibliographic databases that include data on research output within social sciences and humanities (SSH) in Europe. We focus on the comprehensiveness of the database content. Compared to the data from commercial databases such as Web of Science and Scopus, data from national bibliographic databases (e.g...
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Based on three selected examples, namely the folklore activity of Karl Štrekelj and his editing of Slovene national songs and the work of the post-war informal "working group of the Eastern Alps folklorists" Alpes Orientales and the Association of Folklore Societies of Yugoslavia, various concepts of social networking among researchers are outlined...
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The first labels on Slovenian recordings on 78 rpm records were among the first modern mass-culture products written in Slovenian. Despite label standardization, language differences in the label texts reflect gramophone companies' strategies associated with the broader socio-historical milieu and market demands.
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This article discusses the formation and development of Slovenian folk music studies, which originated in philology and was shaped simultaneously with the emerging concept of ethnicity. It focuses on the process of constructing the research object of folklore studies.
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The article addresses the etiology of the proliferation of celebrating personal anniversaries - especially fiftieth birthdays and other jubilees - in the last decades of the 20th century.Special attention is dedicated to the role of a personified "Abraham" and its connections with the entertainment programs of folk-pop music bands. The article furt...
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The article examines processes of nationalizing folk culture, with special emphasis on the folksong tradition of Goriška brda. Nationalizing processes and «cultivation of culture» are more clearly discernible in border areas and are primarily based on distinctions made on the grounds of the language and forms of intangible folk culture.
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The paper examines the influence of folklore studies on creating the presentations of the folk song traditions of Slovenian-Friulian border area. Comparative analysis of the collected and published folk songs of this area is extremely difficult because Slovenian and Italian folklore studies have primarily operated as legitimizers of national partic...
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Raziskovanje ljudske pesmi kot dela folkloristike, ki se osredotoca na simbolne identitete skupin, je mogoce skozi vec razlicno orientiranih raziskovalnih paradigem. Poglaviten premik v raziskovanju pomeni premik od raziskovanja teksta k raziskovanju konteksta, ki ga lahko delimo na ožji kontekst izvedbe in sirsi kontekst, ki nanj vpliva. Predstavl...
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The Committee for the Collection of Slovenian Folk Songs was appointed by the Ministry of Public Worship and Education in Vienna on 23 October 1905 to carry out centrally planned work for collect and editing folk songs for a publication encompassing all of the Slovenian-inhabited crownlands of Austria (except Prekmurje, which was in the Hungar-ian...

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