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Nazaj na vrhnjo stran: Institute for Historical Studies

Being European and decolonial: Utopian realism of the Yugoslav nonaligned internationalism

The project address the ‘global’ Yugoslavia – the only major European member of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) – as a fascinating conjuncture of political, economic and cultural ideas and realities of the industrialised North and the postcolonial South from the late 1950s to the late 1980s.

Rendering a globalization otherwise

The project is concerned with the political, economic and anthropological aspects of a unique concept of globalization developed between the early 1960s and late 1980s within the Group of 77 and the Non-Aligned Movement.

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OPEN BORDERS

This project aims at rethinking the history of Cold War Europe by examining the development of transnational cross-border cooperation between “East” and “West” from the end of World War II to the present. Overcoming traditional visions of a clear-cut European separation symbolized by the Berlin wall, a decentralized analysis of recent European history will show us that the question of a divided continent should be reframed.

Religious change in Slovenia and Yugoslavia: Religious conversions and processes of atheization

The project aims to explore religious transformations in 20th century Slovenia and Yugoslavia marked by various kinds of religious agency that cuts across established norms, legal frameworks, and cultural expectations. This constitutes one of the first study in the region using a broad-based understanding of religious conversions to probe the religious changes in Slovenia and Yugoslavia and the process of formation or reformation of religious minorities.

Decade of Decadence. Citizenship, Belonging, and Indifference to the State in the Northern Adriatic Borderland, 1914-1924

ARIS Code: J6-3121 Project duration: 1. 10. 2021–30. 9. 2024 Project leader: Borut Klabjan, PhD Participating institute at ZRS Koper: Institut...

Cultural-historical aspects of senescence: experiences, representations, identities

The project research will focus on cultural and social aspects of ageing in the Slovene part of the Habsburg monarchy in the period between 1848 and 1914.