Volume 63, 2015

2015, 63/1

2015, 63/1

  • Renata Komić Marn: A short history of the Eggenberg family with a special emphasis on the Slovenian territory
  • Stanislav Južnič: Ljubljana Jesuit higher education in natural sciences
  • Tomaž Lazar: The Pukštajn seigniory and the Kometer family: entrepreneurs, barons, patrons, collectors of antiquities
  • Jurij Šilc: The dispute between the parish priest and bishop. The parish priest of Sora, Anton Berce, and the time of cultural struggle in the early 20th century
  • Dunja Dobaja: Births, deaths, and fear of the »white plague« in the Drava banovina in the interwar period
  • Dejan Pacek: The Catholic Action in the Diocese of Lavant
  • Jernej Vidmar: Surveillance and repression on the border between the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia and Italy in the period 1947–1954
  • Marija Počivavšek: The Rakusch Mill: 1903–2014

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2015, 63/2

  • Jurij Šilc: The castellan erroneously associated with Šmarna gora. A deed containing the first mention of Zbilje from 1216
  • Barbara Žabota: When the dead speak up: the Protestant death register in light of new research
  • Vanja Kočevar: Hereditary homage of the Duchy of Carniola to Archduke Ferdinand in 1597
  • Boris Golec: The Graffenweger family and its role in the life of Johann Weikhard Valvasor
  • Ines Unetič: A sketch of two designed gardens on the Carniolan bank of the Sava River from the 18th and 19th centuries
  • Alenka Župančič: Slavica (Ignacija), the overlooked sister of Oton Župančič
  • Tomaž Lazar: Baron Hans Kometer and his antiques collection from the Pukštajn mansion
  • Irena Žmuc: City museum for the cultural and national capital Ljubljana. The 80th anniversary of the City Museum of Ljubljana 1935–2015
  • Aleš Gabrič: University of Ljubljana under political pressure in the autumn of 1943

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2015, 63/3

From the history of Karst

  • Miha Preinfalk: Between the Karst and karst
  • Mateja Ferk, Matija Zorn: Kras – a polysemous term with international recognition
  • Miha Kosi: A struggle for passes towards the Adriatic – Karst from the 12th to the 15th centuries (political and military historical sketch)
  • Boris Golec: The Karst, its people and geographic Karst names in early Slovenian texts
  • Žiga Zwitter: Selected environmental history aspects of the Lipica stud farm from its foundation to the early 1630s
  • Aleksander Panjek: Il centro storico di Duino in età moderna: un disegno incantato d‘archivio
  • Eva Holz: Road connections in the Karst from the end of the 17th to the mid-19th century
  • Dragica Čeč: Serf rebellion in the Švarcenek seigniory during the Tolmin peasant revolt
  • Meta Turk: A few fragments from the history of the Petazzi family
  • Petra Kavrečič: Tourism development of Vilenica and Škoc­jan caves according to reports by alpine societies and guides in the second half of the 19th century
  • Matija Zorn, Peter Kumer, Mateja Ferk: From forest to forest or where is the bare rocky Karst?
  • Barbara Šatej: A contribution to the work of the Sežana-based women’s subsidiary of the Cyril and Methodius Society
  • Matjaž Ravbar: Airfields in the Karst during the Isonzo Front
  • Jasna Fakin Bajec: Komen – the Paris of the Karst. Interpreta­tion of local history based on oral and news­paper sources from the first half of the 20th century
  • Miroslava Cencič: Primary education in the Karst under the Allied Military Administration
  • Nadja Terčon: »The Karst dwelled forever in their hearts« – The Karst, its people and the sea
  • Dimitrij Mlekuž: Forms of prehistoric field division in the Karst
  • Domen Zupančič, Manca Vinazza: Prehistoric dry wall construction in the Karst
  • Eda Belingar: Dry wall – the cornerstone of cultural landscape in the karst
  • Verena Vidrih Perko: Museum of Kras Region and contemporary society: between desires and needs, theory and practice

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