Vol 27, No 1-2 (2005)

Table of Contents

Introductory

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1-2

Articles

Rajko Ložar: a Small Nation's Uprooted Scholar in America.
Rado L. Lenček
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3-25
Short Prose at the Turn of the Millenium.
Alenka Žbogar
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27-42

Conference Papers

Symposium "Slovenia Yesterday and Today": Introduction.
John S. Micgiel
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43-44
Twenty-Five Years of Democratic Development: From Nova Revija to the Center-Right Government of Janez Janša.
Dimitrij Rupel
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45-50
The Failure of Economics and Slovenia's Remarkable Development.
Jeffrey David Turk
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51-73
On the Repolitization of Art Through Contamination.
Marina Gržinić
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75-92
Slovenian Immigrants' Perceptions of "America."
Mirjam H. Hladnik
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93-108
Slovenia: History Between Myths and Reality.
Oto Luthar
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109-120

Book Reviews

John K. Cox. Slovenia: Evolving Loyalties. New York: Routledge, 2005. (Postcommunist States and Nations)
Brian Požun
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121-128
Alenka Barber-Keršovan. Vom "Punk-Frühling" zum "Slowenischen Frühling": der Beitrag des slowenischen Punk zur Demontage des sozialistischen Wertesystems. Hamburg: Reinhold Krämer Verlag, 2005.
Vera Tiefenthaler
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128-132

Miscellanea

Our Contributors
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133-136