Publishing House: Založba ZRC
In this book (' The Spaces of Slovenian Literature'), a team of researchers from the ZRC SAZU and the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana led by Marko Juvan develops a new discipline, which is formed at the intersection between the analysis of the literary system and geography and relies on geographic information systems. Based on the spatial humanities approach presented in the introductory chapters, the following analyses, thematic maps and graphs try to explain how the “national space” was formed both ideologically and materially due to the interaction between geographical factors and literary practices in Slovenian from 1780 to 1940. The argument is based on spatial statistical analysis of data sets of biographies of literary actors, development of the press, publishing, literary clubs and theaters, the places represented in historical novels, and a constellation of memorial objects and designations dedicated to Slovenian writers. Systemic treatment is supplemented with discussions on the depicted and living spaces of selected writers from the 17th to the 21st century.
individual contributionsJoh Dokler, Marjan Dolgan, Marijan Dović, Jerneja Fridl, Jernej Habjan, Miran Hladnik, Andraž Jež, Marko Juvan, Alenka Koron, Jaka Ortar, Urška Perenič, Jola Škulj, Monika Deželak Trojar, Mimi Urbanc
paperback 15 × 21 cm 354 pages
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Keywordsgeographic information systemsgeographyinterdisciplinarityliterary geographyliterary historyliterary interpretationliterary studiesSloveniaSlovenian cultureSlovenian literary historySlovenian literary studiesSlovenian literaturespacespatial literary studiesstudies