Vol 17, No 1-2 (1995)

Table of Contents

Introductory

Table of Contents
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1-2

Articles

The Nazis, German Nationalism and Ethnic Diversity: the Adriatic Coastland Under Friedrich Rainer.
Maurice Williams
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3-24
Normalization of Church-State Relations in Yugoslavia, 1945-
France M. Dolinar
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25-36
Private Education in Slovenia in the Context of Educational Reform.
Darja Piciga
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37-50
Slovenia and United States Policy on NATO Enlargement.
Karl W. Ryavec
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51-80
Slovenia and Central Europe's March Towards the EU: the Restrictive Role of the European Great Powers.
Dimitrij Rupel
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81-94
Slovenes and Czechs: an Enduring Friendship.
Irena Gantar Godina
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95-112
The Legacy of Vatroslav Oblak's Macedonische Studien in Macedonian Studies.
Paul M. Foster, Jr.
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113-130
Slovene Literature and Its Time in History.
France Bernik
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131-138
The Study of Literature in Its European Settings With Reference to Slovene Fiction.
Miran Hladnik
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139-154
Jacobus Gallus Carniolus and the Place of His Compositions in the History of Music.
Metod M. Milac
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155-172
A Survey of the Evolution of Slovene Church Vocal Music.
Edo Skulj
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173-188

Literary Translations

Leopoldina Plut-Pregelj and Carole Rogel. Historical Dictionary of Slovenia. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow, 1996.
Charles Jelavich
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189-190
Karoly Gadanyi. The Evolution oj Vocabulary in Literary Slovene. Melbourne: Melbourne Academia Press, 1996.
George Thomas
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190-194
Herta Lausegger-Maurer. Narečje pod vrtačo: mlini in žage = Dialekt unter der Vertatscha: Mühlen und Sägen. Klagenfurt/Celovec: Universität Klagenfurt/Univerza v Celovcu, 1994.
Tom Priestly
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195-197
Bernard Comrie and Greville G. Corbett, eds. The Slavonic Languages. London and New York: Routledge, 1993.
Peter Herrity
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197-201
Marija Pirjevec. Dvoje izvirov slovenske književnosti. Ljubljana: Slovenska matica, 1997.
Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
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201-203
Snoj, Marko. Slovenski etimološki slovar. Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga, 1997.
Ronald Feldstein
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203-205
Bernard Nežmah. Kletvice in psovke. Ljubljana: Nova revija, 1997.
Tom Priestly
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205-212
Marko Juvan. Domači Parnas v narekovajih: parodija in slovenska književnost. Ljubljana: Literarno-umetniško društvo Literatura, 1997.
Timothy Pogacar
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213-215

Book Reviews

Leopoldina Plut-Pregelj and Carole Rogel. Historical Dictionary of Slovenia. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow, 1996.
Charles Jelavich
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189-190
Karoly Gadanyi. The Evolution oj Vocabulary in Literary Slovene. Melbourne: Melbourne Academia Press, 1996.
George Thomas
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190-194
Herta Lausegger-Maurer. Narečje pod vrtačo: mlini in žage = Dialekt unter der Vertatscha: Mühlen und Sägen. Klagenfurt/Celovec: Universität Klagenfurt/Univerza v Celovcu, 1994.
Tom Priestly
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195-197
Bernard Comrie and Greville G. Corbett, eds. The Slavonic Languages. London and New York: Routledge, 1993.
Peter Herrity
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197-201
Marija Pirjevec. Dvoje izvirov slovenske književnosti. Ljubljana: Slovenska matica, 1997.
Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
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201-203
Snoj, Marko. Slovenski etimološki slovar. Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga, 1997.
Ronald Feldstein
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203-205
Bernard Nežmah. Kletvice in psovke. Ljubljana: Nova revija, 1997.
Tom Priestly
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205-212
Marko Juvan. Domači Parnas v narekovajih: parodija in slovenska književnost. Ljubljana: Literarno-umetniško društvo Literatura, 1997.
Timothy Pogacar
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213-215

Miscellanea

Correction
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217
Our Contributors
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219-220
Publications Received
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221-223