Vol 8, No 1 (1986)

Table of Contents

Introductory

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1-2
Note from the Editor, Slovene Studies
Tom Priestly
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3
Forward by the General Editor
R. C. Elwood
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5-6

Articles

The Role of the United States of America and the Carinthian Question, 1918-1920.
Claudia Fräss-Ehrfeld
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7-13
German Nationalism and the Slovenes of Austria Between the Two World Wars.
Andreas Moritsch
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15-20
Commentary: The 1920 Carinthian Plebiscite.
Peter Vodopivec
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21-25
The Slovene Minority in Italy from an Economic Perspective.
Aleš Lokar
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27-43
Financial Intermediation in a Multilingual State: the Case of Slovene Corporate Banking in Austria, 1900-1912.
Toussaint Hočevar
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45-56
Two Divergent Ideological Concepts Underlying the Language of Croatian and Slovene Protestant Writers.
Olga Nedeljković
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57-72

Book Reviews

R. Čuješ. Slovenia, Land of Co-operators, Willowdale, Ont., 1985.
Michael A. Conte
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73-74
A.L. Ceferin. Slovensko slovstvo: berilo. Melbourne, 1985.
William W. Derbyshire
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74-75
F. Papež. Dva svetova. Buenos Aires, 1985.
Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
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S. Hafner and E. Prunč, comp. Thesaurus der slowenischen Volkssprache in Kärnten. Vienna, 1982; and Schlüssel zum Thesaurus der slowenischen Volkssprache in Kärnten. Vienna, 1982.
Tom Priestly
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Miscellanea

New Publications in Slovene Studies
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81-93
Conferences and Meetings
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95-98
Jakob Rigler, 1929-1985.
Rado L. Lencek
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99-101
Books Received
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103
Scheduled Publications from the Third World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies.
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107-108