6 edition of The Slovene minority of Carinthia found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Thomas M. Barker ; with the collaboration of Andreas Moritsch.|
|Series||East European monographs ;, no. 169|
|LC Classifications||DB290.7 .B29 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||415 p. :|
|Number of Pages||415|
|LC Control Number||84080620|
Razred Slovenskih Osnovnih Sol V Zdomstvu - And - The Slovenes of Carinthia, A National Minority Problem By Thomas Barker. We are offering a lot of 3 books related to Slovenia/Slovenes/Slavic Culture, Etc. All three of the books are soft-bound in printed covers. The covers show some light soiling and edge-wear. 2 of the books have solid Seller Rating: % positive. Slovenia was the most prosperous out of former Yugoslav republics. Most people in Slovenia resented the fact that Slovenia effectively subsidised less developed regions in the south. Slovenia’s relative prosperity and the fact that it was the most homogenous republic were key reasons why Slovenia for opted for independence.
Prekmurje (Slovene pronunciation: [pɾekˈmúːɾjɛ] (); dialectically: Prèkmürsko or Prèkmüre; Hungarian: Muravidék) is a geographically, linguistically, culturally and ethnically defined region settled by Slovenes and a Hungarian minority, lying between the Mur River in Slovenia and the Rába Valley (the watershed of the Rába; Slovene: Porabje) in the most western part of Hungary. Carinthia therefore was the first newly created duchy of the Holy Roman Empire and for a short while comprised lands stretching from the Adriatic Sea almost to the Danube. In , the March of Carniola was separated from it and about Styria, became a duchy in its own right.
DR and the pivot point of the whole Carinthian dispute. A curious evolution of a name: The "nationalities problem" began in Carinthia in the early 9th century, as it did throughout the Habsburg Empire, with the coming of a new national consciousness to the Slovene people, encouraged by their intellectuals and their priests. The German nationalists claim that only then did Slovene become. Slovenian / Austrian Costume of Ziljska Dolina or Gailtal, Carinthia, Austria Hello all, Today I will talk about the costume of a river valley in the south of Carinthia, Koroška [Slovene], Kärnten [German]. Most of this province is in Southern Austria, east of Tyrolia, but a portion is now in Slovenia.
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The volume is an important contribution to minority, nationality, and ethnicity problems as a careful and critical case study of the Slovene minority of Carinthia. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews. The Slovene minority of Carinthia / by Thomas M.
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The Slovenian minority in Austrian Carinthia is one of six national minorities (Volksgruppen) in Austria. The majority of associations, institutions and individuals are organised within the National Council of Slovenes in Carinthia (President Dr Valentin Inzko) established inand the Union of Slovenian Organisations (President Manuel Jug) established in IDENTITY AMONG THE MINORITY SLOVENES OF CARINTHIA, AUSTRIA.
As seen through history, there continues to be a relationship between what is now Slovenia and the Slovene minority in Austria. Some parts of Carinthia were given over with the Treaty of Saint-Germain in to Yugoslavia, a predecessor to Slovenia, which could have led to some fear that the minority would want to be part of Slovenia or favor Slovenia more than Austria.
President Pahor meets Carinthia governor over Slovenian minority Klagenfurt, 12 March - Slovenian President Borut Pahor met Slovenian minority top officials and Governor of the Austrian province of Carinthia Peter Kaiser in Klagenfurt on Sunday afternoon to discuss the controversial draft of the Carinthian constitution.
Keywords: the Slovene language, Slovene lessons, bilingualism, minority schooling, Carinthia, Slovenians in Austria, sociolinguistics. Introduction The southern part of the Austrian state of Carinthia has since the Middle Ages been home to two ethnic groups: the Slovene.
Slovene minority in Italy (Italian: Minoranza slovena in Italia, Slovene: Slovenska manjšina v Italiji), also known as Slovenes in Italy (Italian: Sloveni in Italia, Slovene: Slovenci v Italiji) is the name given to Italian citizens who belong to the autochthonous Slovene ethnic and linguistic minority living in the Italian autonomous region of Friuli – Venezia Giulia.
This thesis is an examination of the Slovene-speaking minority of Carinthia, Austria Many of the Slovene-speakuig Carinthians are undergoing a language sh* (Le., the change fiom Slovene to German) as they face assimilation into Germanophone Austrian culhiré. 1 focus on the bilingual population of the Gai1 Valley, the westernmost.
The Carinthian plebiscite (German: Kärntner Volksabstimmung, Slovene: Koroški plebiscit) was held on 10 October in the area predominantly settled by Carinthian Slovenes.
It determined the final southern border between the Republic of Austria and the newly formed Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Yugoslavia) after World War I. This article focuses on the situation of Slovene and German translations in the area inhabited by the Slovene ethnic minority in the Austrian state of Carinthia.
The first part of the article presents the purposes of the study and a short. Following the Anschluss inpressure on the Slovene ethnic minority increased. Inthe Nazis banned all Slovene ethnic minority organisations and formulated a comprehensive plan according to which Carinthian Slovenes would have to be removed from Carinthia, an action which would finally solve the Slovene question in Carinthia.
The Slovene minority in Austria occupies about 2,km2 of the territory in southern Carinthia and Styria, where according to official Austrian data from the census, ab Slovenes live, and according to Slovene estimations, aroFile Size: KB.
Key words: Carinthia, Slovenian minority, German and Slovenian place names. Es presenten a l’article els trets generals del paisatge onímic de la Caríntia austríaca, que consisteix en una barreja d’elements alemanys (Baviera) i d’eslovè.
El text està organit-zat en tres Size: KB. The Slovene minority in the region has two main organisations: the Slovene Cultural and Economic Association and the Council of Slovene Organisations. In Austria, the majority of Slovenes live in Carinthia, and are represented by the Consulate General of Slovenia in Klagenfurt/Celovec.
10 October is a major referent of cultural memory and regional identity in Austria's southernmost province, Carinthia. The region is home to both Slovene-speaking and German-speaking communities Author: Eithne Knappitsch.
Fieldwork in the Slovene-minority area of Austrian Carinthia is described. Over two hundred informants were interviewed. Three kinds of techniques were used: informants (1) reported on their Author: Tom Priestly. Throughout the four-year process, the Slovene leadership opposed any change in the bilingual schools and was supported in Vienna by Slovene university students, the Document Archive of the Austrian Resistance and in general by the left-wing of the Austrian Language and Nationalism in Carinthia intellectural and political spectrum which Cited by: 1.
Criticised as a racist, a neo-Nazi, an ultra-nationalist and a demagogue, he pursued strong anti-immigration policies, and discriminated against Carinthia’s Slovene minority. While governing the state of Carinthia, his party moved refugees to countryside camps with .The Slovenes in Austria are an ethnic minority living in Southern Carinthia and Southern Styria.
In the 20th century, the percentage of the Slovene-speaking population in Carinthia declined from 25% in to less than 3% in The Carinthian Slovene dialect. Rights for the Slovene minority have long been a contentious issue in Carinthia, which borders Slovenia, a former Yugoslav republic that declared independence in