Petra Kolenc, Danila Zuljan Kumar, Oto Luthar, Petra Svoljšak
Important anniversaries of prominent historians have become traditional opportunities for the gift to the celebrator in the form of scientific contributions from his colleagues and the colleagues who have worked with him fruitfully or are still doing so. Marušičev zbornik is a tribute to one of the leading historians of the Slovene region in contact with its western neighbors, historian prof. Branko Marušič at the age of 80. He has created a very important oeuvre, while outlining basic research directions, which some have continued to gain. One of the prominent results of this “scientific transfer” is the present scientific monograph, with the highly significant subtitle, Zgodovinopisec zahodnega roba (The Historian of West Edge). In a single volume, it represents the contribution of different generations of historians to new insights into the history of coastal space, especially that of the borderland, which throughout history has encountered coexistence with “the other.” Different historical sources and their careful analyzes and interpretations, which the authors place in different time contexts, contribute to new or original scientific knowledge. The monograph is actual and important for the development of historiography, also because of the development of Slovenian scientific terminology.
individual contributionsGiuseppe Bergamini, Rajko Bratož, Damjana Fortunat Černilogar, Marija Češčut, Robert Devetak, Miloš Fon, Bojan Godeša, Boris Golec, Tanja Gomiršek, Eva Holz, Petra Kolenc, Harald Krahwinkler, Oto Luthar, Neva Makuc, Darja Mihelič, Boris Mlakar, Milan Pahor, Renato Podbersič, Andrej Rahten, Janez Suhadolc, Drago Svoljšak, Petra Svoljšak, Peter Štih, Sergio Tavano, Nevenka Troha, Ivanka Uršič, Marta Verginella, Jernej Vidmar, Salvator Žitko
hardback 18 × 27,5 cm 592 pages
23. 12. 2020