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The project LITMAG goal is to address the lack in documentation, analysis and public awareness of the role of European literary magazines, specifically the East European literary magazines, as voices of opposition to authoritarian and totalitarian regimes in the period post World War II, and – later – as vehicles for democratic transition and consolidation in the period of accession to the European Union and EU membership.

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.

A child-centred approach to integrating immigrant children: the role of school in integration with regard to the parents’ aspect

ARIS Code: Z5-3219 Project duration: 1. 10. 2021–31. 5. 2024 Project leader: Maja Zadel, PhD Participating institute at ZRS Koper:...

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...

Freedom of opinion and expression through the narratives on the state of emergency: anthropological study of Slovenian (anti)democratic consciousness during the Covid-19 epidemics

The overall objective of the project is to examine conceptualizations of freedom of opinion and expression as they emerge through narratives of state of emergency by conducting systematic anthropological socio-legal research over a three-year period.

Prospective analysis of sport injuries in elite athletes: epidemiology, prediction and safe return to sport

ARIS Code: L7-3187 Project duration: 1. 10. 2021–30. 9. 2024 Project leader: Rado Pišot, PhD Participating institute at ZRS Koper: Institute for Kinesiology...

Strengthening a (socio)constructivist approach in Slovenian border regions Primary Neighbouring Language (NL) teaching and learning through a co-constructed extension and evaluation of the CoBlaLT model

The project is a study in the field Applied Linguistics and Educational Linguistics, which aims to, strengthen socio-constructivist NL / FL teaching and learning in Slovenian primary schools along the border and possibly in Slovenian FL primary education in order to make teaching on FL more authentic, oriented towards critical thinking, cognitively based, affectively oriented and socially engaged.


The overall aim of SCORE is to design, develop, monitor and validate robust adaptation measures in coastal and low-lying areas to protect them from increasing climate and sea level risks, including coastal flooding and erosion, to enhance their overall long-term resilience.


The infrastructural community initiated by COORDINATE will benefit from enhanced access to current infrastructural data platforms and will promote the harmonisation of and improve access to international cohort panel survey data in the study of children as they grow up.


Regular physical activity is one of the most cited health protective factors for the prevention of the leading noncommunicable diseases. In adolescence, physical activity contributes to healthy development of musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular system, maintenance of optimal body weight, and it is also associated with numerous psychological and social benefits. Nonetheless, physical activity as health promotion tool is not one without adverse effects.


The development of alpine skiing has dramatically changed the skiing technique, allowing higher velocities, and providing less security. At the same time, we are meeting more skiers with decreased motor and functional abilities and different expectations. It is essential to adapt and upgrade the procedures, tools, and teaching methods to such changes.

Norm transfer in the EU and Slovenia – evaluating environmental and sustainability transformation

The project seeks to characterise recent environmental regulation from a temporal and spatial perspective, especially against the notion of sustainability and legal principle of sustainable development. The purpose is to contribute to an understanding of recent EU and transnational regulatory action related to the environment, including its drivers, assumptions and the scope of ambition in relation to sustainability, but also to include excluded voices.

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.

Social Contract in the 21st Century

In contemporary society many of the Enlightenment foundations have been challenged. In the next research period, the program adds to the research of the fate of the social contract the specific context of the “European contract”, that is a contract about the unified Europe after the crises (financial, refugee, Brexit).

Asian Languages and Cultures

The Asian region represents an increasingly important area of explosive economic development, as well as political and social transitions, influencing not only the inner structure of Asian societies, but also the international relations on the global level.