Volume 57, 2009

2009, 57/1

2009, 57/1

  • Trevor Shaw: Cerkniško Jezero In C. 1583 And In 1761. Frischlins’s Poem And Steinberg’s Book
  • Irena Žmuc: The First Ljubljana Beggar Badge From The Year 1622
  • Alenka Kačičnik Gabrič: Jezersko – The Forgotten Part Of Koroška (Carinthia)
  • Vladimir Vilman: Joiner’s Tradition Of The Bavčar Family From Selo In Vipavska Dolina
  • Mira Hodnik: Idrija In The Years 1918–1922 – The Period Of Three States
  • Andreja Polanšek: Lower Grammar School In Tržič (1945–1957)
  • Ines Unetič: Protocol Space In Ljubljana. The Image Of Protocol Space Through Time, Space And Society

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2009, 57/2 From the history of the Tuštanj Castle

2009, 57/2 Iz zgodovine gradu Tuštanj pri Moravčah

  • Lidija Slana: The Lichtenberg family at the Tuštanj castle
  • Miha Preinfalk: The Scaria family at the Tuštanj manor
  • Peter Pirnat: The Pirnat family at the Tuštanj castle
  • Boris Golec: The Tuštanj manor archives (1547–2001) – the forgotten treasury of historical recollection
  • Barbara Žabota: Documents in the Tuštanj manor archives
  • Nika Leben: A description of the building history of the Tuštanj castle through renovation
  • Nataša Koruza: Former park arrangements at the Tuštanj manor
  • Maja Lozar Štamcar: Residential equipment of the Tuštanj manor in the first half of the 18th century
  • Vesna Bučić: Interiors at the Tuštanj castle in the 19th century
  • Damir Globočnik: Paintings and graphics at the Tuštanj manor
  • Darja Koter: From the musical heritage of the Tuštanj manor. Peter Rumpel’s piano and the influences of the Vienna school on Slovene musical instruments making
  • Mateja Kos: Glass and ceramics at the Tuštanj manor
  • Drago Samec: The library at the Tuštanj castle
  • Matjaž Ambrožič: House curates – sacelani – at the Tuštanj manor and Lichtenberg’s prebendaries at Vrhpolje near Moravče
  • Barbara Murovec: Wall and ceiling paintings in the baroque chapel of St. John of Nepomuk at Tuštanj castle
  • Alenka Kačičnik Gabrič: The peasant range of activities at the Tuštanj dominion at the turn of the 18th century
  • Vito Hazler: The peasant and the lord of the castle on the economy of the castle of Tuštanj

Kronika 57/2 (PDF)


2009, 57/3

2009, 57/3

  • Klaudija Sedar: The Prekmurje region from the Pribina principality (847–861) to the battle at Mohacs (1526)
  • Simona Kermavnar: Medieval frescoes in the succursal church of St. Lenart in Gorenje above Studeno
  • Žiga Oman: The Lovrenc cellar office at the beginning of the 16th century. By land registers from the years 1502 and 1513
  • Stanislav Južnič: Jesuit heritage of baron Sigmund Zois (bicentennial of Illyrian Provinces and 190th anniversary of Zois’ death)
  • Miha Seručnik: The revised cadastre for Carniola
    Dunja Dobaja: Social and health care in the Ljubljanska pokrajina in the years 1941–1943
  • Kaja Širok: “Amerikani” (Americans) in Gorizia” allied military government between memory and history

Kronika 57/3 (PDF)


2009, 57/ special issue: In the memory of Olga Janša-Zorn

2009, 57/ V zlatih črkah v zgodovini. Razprave v spomin Olgi Janša-Zorn

  • Darja Mihelič, Matija Zorn: Olga Janša-Zorn – briefly about her life and work
  • Matija Zorn: Bibliography of Olga Janša-Zorn

Tourism and local history

  • Darja Mihelič: A project for a systematic agrarian colonisation in the middle ages (Piran, beginning of the 14th century)
  • Günther Bernhard: “I must dare, let it cost me my body and life, such a chance I will never have again”. The journey of Johann Baptist Schlager to Rome in the year 1765
  • Eva Holz: Once upon a time … Some fragments on robbery in Carniola
  • Irena Žmuc, Gregor Moder: “… dancing were beauties from all of Ljubljana …” A congress table in the Mestni muzej (Town museum) Ljubljana
  • Stane Granda: On the beginnings of Šmarješke Toplice
  • Petra Kavrečič: Jewels of the Austrian riviera: Opatija, Grado/Gradež, Portorož. The beginnings of modern tourism in the North Adriatic
  • Janez Mlinar: The development of tourism in Kranjska Gora
  • Rozina Švent: Only what is written remains preserved. Studying local history – the case of Gozd Martuljek
  • Borut Batagelj: “Bohinj – slovene Switzerland”. The beginnings of winter tourism in Bohinj before World War I
  • Miroslav Stiplovšek: Proclamation of borough of Domžale (1925), and town (1952), ecognition for substantial economic advancement from the middle of the 19th century

Education and educational system

  • Dragica Čeč: “By severe punishment remind her where the borders of respectability are”. Manners of bringing under control the middle-class daughters in the transition from the 18th to the 10th centuries
  • Jože Ciperle: Studying of philosophy at the lyceum in Ljubljana in the first half of the 19th century
  • Peter Štih: The significance of Austrian universities for the onset of Slovene scientific historiography
  • Gorazd Stariha: Responses of the authorities to activities regarding nationality of the Carniolian youth and teachers (1861–1867)
  • Ernst Bruckmüller: The Habsburg and language-national identities. Deliberation on the relation between national awareness and formal education in the Habsburg monarchy
  • Petra Svoljšak: “The intention was of course to redevelop completely the children in italian spirit”. Education under Italian occupation 1915–1917
  • Mojca Šorn: Home for the blind children and youth in Kočevje
  • Tatjana Dekleva: The foundation of the Biotechnical faculty of the University in Ljubljana
  • Danijela Trškan: Local history in primary school curriculum for history 1945–2005

Societies

  • Ana Lavrič: Saintly patrons of the Ljubljana baroque academies and societies
  • Tanja Žigon: Ludwig Germonik and Peter Paul von Radics – founder of the Grillparzer society in Vienna
  • Borut Loparnik: Musical work of the societies on Slovene territory up to the great war
  • Andrej Vovko: Members of Slovenska matica in Kranj and vicinity up to World War I
  • Rolanda Fugger Germadnik: The Muzejsko društvo (Museal-verein in Cilli/Museum society) in Celje, 1883–1922
  • Branko Šuštar: By uniting divided teachers. Resistance of the teachers’ society “Edinstvo” against the unity of the teachers’ organisation UJU 1926–1928

Historical sources in biographies

  • Matija Zorn: Application of historial sources in sciences related to history
  • Anja Dular: Rosalia Eger – an eminent yet not enough known Ljubljana typographer
  • Peter Vodopivec: On the book by Josip Šuman and co-workers “Die Slovenen” (1881)
  • Petra Kramberger: From the publicstic past of Ptuj. German newspapers in the town of the fortress triangle
  • Franc Rozman: Some supplements to the biography of Miroslav Hubmajer
  • Angelika Hribar: Two testaments. The Demšar family from Železniki and the dawing of the bourgeois midle class on the history of Slovenia
  • Irena Gantar Godina: At 100th anniversary All-Slav journalistic congress in september 1908

Culture and politics

  • Marjan Drnovšek: Why was America to slovene emigrants more attractive than Serbia and Russia?
  • Jože Žontar: From neoabsolutism to the ruin of the monarchy
  • Katarina Bedina: The uncompromising struggle of the franciscan father Stanislav Škrabec for church singing in national language
  • Ignacij Voje: The construction of the orthodox church of St. Ciril and Metod in Ljubljana
  • Vida Deželak Barič: The Slavic apostles St. Cyril and Method in the interpretation of the liberation front during World War II
  • Dušan Nečak: The Dachau trials 1947–1949
  • Branko Marušič: The poet Biagio Marin from Grado and the Slovenes

Kronika 57/special issue (PDF)