Miha Seručnik, PhD

research fellow



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Miha Seručnik researches agricultural economic and social history. He focuses on changes introduced in the second half of the nineteenth century by the inclusion of Slovenian lands in the currents of modernisation and market economy.

Trtna uš, ta strašno drobna pošast, Miha Seručnik. 2011. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU

Prebivalstvo, kmetijstvo in vinogradništvo okrajnega glavarstva Litija na začetku 20. stoletja, Miha Seručnik. 2011. Ljubljana: Zveza zgodovinskih društev Slovenije

Accessove podatkovne zbirke kot zgodovinarjevo orodje, Miha Seručnik. 2011. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU

Reambulančni kataster za Kranjsko, Miha Seručnik. 2009

Socialne razmere na kranjskem podeželju v luči gradiva za kmetijsko anketo 17. in 18. aprila 1884 v Ljubljani, Miha Seručnik. 2008

Podzemeljska pošast, Miha Seručnik. 2005

 

Strategies and praxis of energy supply in Slovenia ( temeljni_raziskovalni • 01. july 2011 - 30. june 2014)
Slovenian Place Names in Time and Space (Historical Topography of Slovenia from the Middle Ages to the 19th Century) ( temeljni_raziskovalni • 01. july 2011 - 30. june 2014)
Man, Nature and Environment between the Northern Adriatic and the Eastern Alps in the Premodern Times ( temeljni_raziskovalni • 01. july 2011 - 30. june 2014)
Basic research of Slovene cultural past 2015-2020 ( research programme • 01. january 2015 - 31. december 2021)

Education:

  • 2004 University of Ljubljana, Faculty of arts, Department of history, BA in history
  • 2011 University of Ljubljana, Faculty of arts, Department of history, PhD in historical sciences

Employment:

  • Since 2006 full employment at Milko Kos Historical Institute
Research areas
HUMANITIES H000
Contemporary history (circa 1800 to 1914) H240
Social and economic history H270
Local and regional history, historical geography since the Middle Ages H280

Keywords
viticulture
agriculture
grape Phylloxera
economic restructuring
historical cadastral surveys
digital humanities
19th century