Tiva Vlaj,

Secretary

Postgraduate School ZRC SAZU Secretariat, Novi trg 2, 1st floor, Ljubljana
01 470 64 52
Tiva.Vlaj@zrc-sazi.si
Mon-Fri, 8.00-16.00

Secretary at Postgraduate School ZRC SAZU:

  • front desk
  • student affairs office
  • international office




MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Assist. Prof. Jernej Habjan, Ph.D.

Research Fellow, Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts



jhabjan@zrc-sazu.si

Education: 

B.A. Comparative Literature, Russian Studies (University of Ljubljana, 2005)

Ph.D. Sociology (University of Ljubljana, 2010)

 

Research interests:

My research interests include literary theory, world literature studies, sociology of literature, contemporary philosophy, psychoanalysis, historical materialism, Slovenian literature, theory and history of the novel, and critical globalization studies.



  • Graduate visiting scholar, Department of Linguistics, University of Paris III (October–December 2009);
  • Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Comparative Literature, University of Munich (2012–2014);
  • Research Fellow, IFK International Research Center for Cultural Studies, University of Art and Design Linz (March–June 2015).

  • Member of the Research Committee on Literary Theory at the International Comparative Literature Association (AILC/ICLA);
  • Member of the Organising Committee of the Slovenian Comparative Literature Association;
  • Member of Editorial Board of the publishing house Sophia (Ljubljana);
  • Member of Editorial Board of the publishing house Studia humanitatis (Ljubljana);
  • Member of Editorial Board of the book series Studia litteraria. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU. 

  • Habjan, J. 2016. Ordinary Literature Philosophy: Literary Studies after Cultural Studies. South Atlantic Quarterly 115(4):699–714.
  • Habjan, J. 2016. Introduction: Globalizing Literary Genres. In: Jernej Habjan in Fabienne Imlinger (eds.), Globalizing Literary Genres. New York: Routledge, pp. 1–14.
  • Gupta, S., J. Habjan in H. Tutek. 2016. Introduction: Academia and the Production of Unemployment. In: Suman Gupta, Jernej Habjan and Hrvoje Tutek (eds.), Academic Labour, Unemployment and Global Higher Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1–20.
  • Habjan, J. 2016. Novel Fiction, Newspaper Reality. Neohelicon 43(2):461–471.
  • Habjan, J. 2016. Slovenian Sociology of Literature and Slovenian National Poet: France Prešeren between the Partisans, Dissidents and Theorists. Slavica tergestina 17:126–146.
  • Habjan, J. 2015. Introduction: Novel beyond Nation. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue canadienne de littérature comparée 42(4):347–352.
  • Habjan, J. 2015. Pre-Modern Joking Relationships in Modern Europe: From Le Neveu de Rameau to Le Neveu de Lacan. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue canadienne de littérature comparée 42(4):370–381.
  • Habjan, J. 2014. Literatura med dekonstrukcijo in teorijo. Ljubljana: Založba /*cf.
  • Habjan, J., in J. Whyte. 2014. Introduction. In: Jernej Habjan and Jessica Whyte (eds.), (Mis)readings of Marx in Continental Philosophy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1–18.
  • Habjan, J. 2014. World-Systems Analysis and Form: Distant Reading as Structural Poetics of World Literature. In: María Constanza Guzmán and Alejandro Zamora (eds.), Deterritorializing Practices in Literary Studies. Cuernavaca: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos; and Toronto: Contornos Publishing, pp. 21–35.
  • Habjan, J. 2013. From Cultural Third-Worldism to the Literary World-System. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 15(5):<https://doi.org/10.7771/1481-4374.2346>.
  • Habjan, J. 2013. Buržoazna revolucija, kontrarevolucija in proletarska revolucija kot žanri v Osemnajstem brumairu Ludvika Bonaparta. Filozofski vestnik 34(3):145–161.
  • Habjan, J. 2012. Uvod. In: Jernej Habjan (ed.), Diskurz: od filozofije govorice do teorije ideologije. Ljubljana: Pedagoški inštitut, pp. 11–25.
  • Habjan, J. 2012. The Culturalist Ideology in Literary Theory: From a “Critical” Theory of the Performative to a “Topical” Conception of Performativity. Primerjalna književnost 35(2):251–264.
  • Habjan, J. 2012. The Bestseller as the Black Box of Distant Reading: The Case of Sherlock Holmes. Primerjalna književnost 35(1):91–105.
  • Habjan, J. 2012. Estetski režim umetnosti med performativno subverzijo in transferno transgresijo. Filozofski vestnik 33(1):91–100.
  • Habjan, J. 2011. Research as Reading: From the Close Reading of Difference to the Distant Reading of Distance. Primerjalna književnost 34(2):173–183.
  • Habjan, J. 2011. Kaj smo hoteli od Derridaja? Problemi 49(5–6):161–189.
  • Habjan, J. 2010. Who Chooses the One Who Chooses? On a Forced Choice of Shakespearean Epistemology and Textology. Primerjalna književnost 33(2):193–202.
  • Habjan, J. 2009–2010. Canonization – Culturalization – Sanctification: Romeo and Juliet In the Western Canon, “French Resentment” and Lacanian Ethics. (a): The Journal of Culture and the Unconscious 8(1):35–46.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Discourse theory and literature ǀ

Assist. Prof. Jernej Habjan, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

European literatures and nationalisms ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History of books and censorship ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Life writing: autobiography, biography, memoirs, diaries, and letters ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Literary geography ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Literature and the visual arts ǀ

Assist. Prof. Luka Vidmar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Modernism and the avant-garde ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Narratology ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Sociology of the (Slovenian) literary institution ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Textology and digital humanities ǀ

Assist. Prof. Matija Ogrin, Ph.D,

ECTS: 6

World systems and Slovenian literary discourse ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Assist. Prof. Matija Ogrin, Ph.D

Senior Research Fellow, Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts



matija.ogrin@zrc-sazu.si

Education

Ph.D. in comparative literature and literary studies, Philosophical Faculty, University of Ljubljana

 

Research

Matija Ogrin studies early modern Slovenian literature, focusing on the periods from Baroque to Romanticism and on the literary circle of Anton Martin Slomšek. Ogrin’s work is founded upon research of primary sources, notably manuscripts, and their traditional scholarly treatment: transcription, analysis and critical editing. He has studied methods of digital scholarly editing and coordinated several projects in the field of digital Humanities (such as eZISS). Ogrin has edited several critical editions, including the Škofja Loka Passion Play. Together with Tomaž Erjavec, JSI, he was awarded the Google Digital Humanities Research Award (2010). In recent years, Ogrin has been continuing his research in early modern Slovenian manuscripts <http://ezb.ijs.si/nrss/>.




Editorial work

From 2004, Ogrin is the editor of the series Digital Scholarly Editions of Slovenian Literature (eZISS, http://nl.ijs.si/e-zrc/index-en.html) and, from 2009, of the portal of Digital scholarly monographs (eZMono, http://ezb.ijs.si/ezmono/). From 2011, he serves as the editor of the series of collected works of Slovenian writers (Zbrana dela slovenskih pesnikov in pisateljev), where he has founded a sub-series of the works of early modern Slovenian literature (Dela starejšega slovenskega slovstva) in 2016. With his team, he transcribed and edited Karel Štrekelj’s manuscript lectures on the history of Slovenian literature (Zgodovina slovenskega slovstva I–IV) in 2012–2014 – the very first university lectures on Slovenian literature in Slovenian language. From 1996, Ogrin continues to edit the Sidro series of philosophical essays at the Družina publisher.


  • OGRIN, Matija, PRUNČ, Erich (Ed.). Kapelski pasijon: znanstvenokritična izdaja. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU; Celje: Celjska Mohorjeva družba, 2016
  • OGRIN, Matija (Ed.). Romuald: Škofjeloški pasijon. Elektronska znanstvenokritična izdaja. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, 2009
  • OGRIN, Matija. O vlogi rokopisov v dolgem prehodu iz rokopisne v tiskano knjigo v slovenski književnosti. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, 2017, letn. 40, št. 1
  • OGRIN, Matija. Manuscripts of Slovenian peasant writers and readers : genres, subjects, reception. V: EDLUND, Ann-Catrine (ur.), ASHPLANT, T. G. (ur.), KUISMIN, Anna (ur.). Reading and writing from below : exploring the margins of modernity, (Northern studies monographs, 4), (Vardagligt skriftbruk, 4). Umeå: Umeå University: Royal Skyttean Society, 2016, str. 133-148
  • OGRIN, Matija. Bratovščinske iskre : duhovna besedila baročnih bratovščin na Slovenskem. Acta historiae artis Slovenica, ISSN 1408-0419. [Tiskana izd.], 2016, 21, [št.] 2, str. 55-88
  • OGRIN, Matija, ŽEJN, Andrejka. Strojno podprta kolacija slovenskih rokopisnih besedil : variantna mesta v luči računalniških algoritmov in vizualizaci. V: ERJAVEC, Tomaž (ur.), FIŠER, Darja (ur.). Zbornik konference Jezikovne tehnologije in digitalna humanistika, 29. september – 1. oktober 2016, Filozofska fakulteta, Univerza v Ljubljani, Ljubljana, Slovenija = Proceedings of the Conference on Language Technologies & Digital Humanities, September 29th – October 1st, 2016 Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 1. izd. V Ljubljani: Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete: = Ljubljana University Press, Faculty of Arts, 2016, str. 125-132
  • OGRIN, Matija. “Ob štirih po pridigi v vikariatu.” Pridiga kot duhovni kontekst Škofjeloškega pasijona. V: PREINFALK, Miha (ur.). Leto 1713 in njegovi odmevi v slovenskem prostoru, (Osemnajsto stoletje na Slovenskem, ISSN 2386-0286, 2). Izd. 1.0. Ljubljana: Slovensko društvo za preučevanje 18. stoletja: Zgodovinski inštitut Milka Kosa ZRC SAZU: Inštitut za slovensko literaturo in literarne vede ZRC SAZU, 2015.
  • OGRIN, Matija. Troje pesmi o božji poti k Mariji Dobrovski. V: DOLINAR, Janez (ur.). Marija v leščevju : Dobrova pri Ljubljani. Ljubljana: Salve, 2015, str. 401-420
  • OGRIN, Matija. Karel Štrekeljs Geschichte der slowenischen Literatur : Handschrift, Herausgabe und Einordnung in die slowenische Literaturwissenschaft. V: KARNIČAR, Ludvik (ur.), LEBEN, Andrej (ur.). Slowenen und Graz = Gradec in Slovenci : Monographie zur internationalen Tagung vom 27. II. bis 1. III. 2014 am Institut für Slawistik der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Internationaler Tagung Graz und Slowenen II, vom 27. II. bis 1. III. 2014 am Institut für Slawistik der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, (Slowenistische Forschungsberichte, Bd. 4). Graz: Institut für Slawistik der Karl-Franzens-Universität, 2014, str. 219-229
  • OGRIN, Matija. Pridiga p. Ferdinanda Ljubljanskega Na veliki petek 1722 v Škofji Loki. Pasijonski doneski …, ISSN 2232-2965, (Loški razgledi. Doneski, ISSN 2232-2434), (Lonka. Memorabilia locopolitana), 2014, št. 9, str. 94-108
  • OGRIN, Matija, JAVORŠEK, Jan Jona, ERJAVEC, Tomaž. A register of early modern Slovenian manuscripts. Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative, ISSN 2162-5603, March 2013, issue 4, str. 1-13, ilustr. http://jtei.revues.org/715.
  • OGRIN, Matija. Frančiškanski baročni pisatelji Anton Brešan, Evgen Lauer in Adavkt Nikel ter njihove rokopisne pridige. V: ŠKOFLJANEC, Jože (ur.), AMBROŽIČ, Matjaž. S patri smo si bili dobri : tri stoletja brežiških frančiškanov : [zbornik znanstvenih razprav], (Zbirka Brežiške študije, 4). Krško: Zavod Neviodunum; Ljubljana: Brat Frančišek, 2013, str. 225-255
  • OGRIN, Matija. Anton Martin Slomšek in vprašanje enotnosti slovenskega kulturnega prostora = Anton Martin Slomšek and the question of the unity of the Slovene cultural space. V: PERENIČ, Urška (ur.). Prostor v literaturi in literatura v prostoru = Space in literature and literature in space, (Slavistična revija, ISSN 0350-6894, letn. 60, št. 3). Ljubljana: Slavistično društvo Slovenije, 2012, letn. 60, št. 3, str. 457-468, 469-481
  • OGRIN, Matija. Neznani rokopisi slovenskega slovstva 17. in 18. stoletja. Slavistična revija : časopis za jezikoslovje in literarne vede, ISSN 0350-6894. [Tiskana izd.], okt.-dec. 2011, letn. 59, št. 4, str. [385]-399

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Discourse theory and literature ǀ

Assist. Prof. Jernej Habjan, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

European literatures and nationalisms ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History of books and censorship ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Life writing: autobiography, biography, memoirs, diaries, and letters ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Literary geography ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Literature and the visual arts ǀ

Assist. Prof. Luka Vidmar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Modernism and the avant-garde ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Narratology ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Sociology of the (Slovenian) literary institution ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Textology and digital humanities ǀ

Assist. Prof. Matija Ogrin, Ph.D,

ECTS: 6

World systems and Slovenian literary discourse ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.

Independent Humanities Specialist, Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies ZRC SAZU



koron@zrc-sazu.si

Education:

1980 (BA): University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts (Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory)

2010 (Ph.D.): University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts (Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory)




Teaching:

  • 1981: teacher of Slovenian language and literature (EGŠC Branko Brelih, Nova Gorica)
  • 1986–1992: assistent professor for comparative literature and literary theory (Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana)
  • 1995–1997: teacher of Slovenian language and literature (High School Vič, Ljubljana)
  • 1997–2000: teacher of Slovenian language and literature (High School Šiška, Ljubljana)

 

Project Leader:

  • Slovenian and Bulgarian Literatures and Cultures in the Context of World Literature (project leader, bilateral project; 2017–)

 

Selected Projects:

  • National Poets and Cultural Saints of Europe: Commemorative Cults, Canonization, and Cultural Memory (fundamental research project, funded by ARRS, 2014–2017, leader Marijan Dović)
  • The Space of Slovenian Literary Culture: Literary History and the GIS-Based Spatial Analysis (fundamental research project, funded by ARRS, 2011–2014, leader Marko Juvan)
  • The “SlovenianWorld Literature: Locating World Literature in a National Literary System (fundamental research project, funded by ARRS, 2010–2013, leader Marko Juvan)
  • Unknown 17th and 18th Century Manuscripts of Slovenian Literature: Information-Technology Aided Register, Scholarly Editions and Analysis (applied research project, funded by ARRS, 2008–2011, leader Matija Ogrin) 
  • Electronic Multimedia Text Centre (applied research project, funded by ARRS, 2007–2009, leader Matija Ogrin) 
  • Electronic Critical Editions of Slovenian Literature (applied research project, funded by ARRS, 2004–2007, leader Matija Ogrin)

 

Fields of Interest:

narrative theory, narratology, theory of autobiography, theory of fiction, literary theory, methodology of literary scholarship, contemporary narrative prose, history of contemporary literary studies

 

Editor:

Slavica tergestina, a peer reviewed journal (member of the editorial board, 2012–)

Primerjalna književnost, a peer reviewed journal (member of the editorial board, 2017–)

2011: Avtobiografski diskurz: Teorija in praksa avtobiografije v literarni vedi,humanistiki in družboslovju (co-editor with Andrej Leben, collective monograph)

2012: Dr. Darku Dolinarju ob sedemdesetletnici (co-editor with Marko Juvan, a thematic issue of Primerjalna književnost)


KORON, Alenka. Sodobne teorije pripovedi, (Studia litteraria). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, 2014. 285 str.

KORON, Alenka. Srednja Evropa, avstrijska in slovenska literatura in slovenska literarna veda = Central Europe, Austrian and Slovenian literature, and Slovenian literary studies. V: POSPÍŠIL, Ivo (ur.). Střední Evropa včera a dnes : proměny koncepcí : kolektivní monografie. 1. vyd. Brno: Jan Sojnek – nakladelství Galium, 2015, str. 83-88. 

KORON, Alenka. Zasebna knjižnica Lojzeta Kovačiča in svetovna književnost. V: JUVAN, Marko (ur.), ČALE, Morana. Svetovne književnosti in obrobja, (Studia litteraria, ISSN 1855-895X). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, 2012, str. 321-334. 

KORON, Alenka. Fikcija, fakti in resnica v avtobiografiji. V: KORON, Alenka (ur.), LEBEN, Andrej (ur.). Avtobiografski diskurz : teorija in praksa avtobiografije v literarni vedi, humanistiki in družboslovju, (Studia litteraria, ISSN 1855-895X). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, 2011, str. 35-49. 

KORON, Alenka. Kaj hočejo ženske ali pripoved o vročih šestdesetih letih. V: BYATT, Antonia Susan. Žvižgavke, (Knjižna zbirka Babilon). Maribor: Litera, 2011, str. 555-566. 

KORON, Alenka. O deklištvu med zgodbami. V: KINGSTON, Maxine Hong. Bojevnica : spomini na deklištvo med duhovi, (Knjižna zbirka Babilon). Maribor: Litera, 2009, str. 231-241. 

 KORON, Alenka. Topografska imaginacija mesta v Kovačičevih Ljubljanskih razglednicah. V: TROHA, Gašper (ur.), BLAŽIČ, Milena (ur.), LEBEN, Andrej (ur.). Lojze Kovačič : življenje in delo. Ljubljana: Študentska založba, 2009, str. 34-57. 

KORON, Alenka. Razvoj naratologije družbenih spolov: spolnoidentitetno ozaveščeni romani v novejši slovenski literaturi. V: RICHTEREK, Oldřich (ur.). Kontexty literární vědy I. Vyd. 1. Ústí nad Orlicí: Oftis, 2008, str. 129-140. 

KORON, Alenka. Človek kot zgodbe pripovedujoče bitje. V: SWIFT, Graham. Povodje, (Knjižna zbirka Babilon). Maribor: Litera, 2007, str. 403-416. 

KORON, Alenka. Fiction, autobiography and memoir intertwined : the writings of Frank McCourt’s and Lojze Kovačič. V: COELSCH-FOISNER, Sabine (ur.), GÖRTSCHACHER, Wolfgang (ur.). Fiction and autobiography : modes and models of interaction, (Salzburg Studies in English Literature and Culture, vol. 3). Frankfurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, cop. 2006, str. 155-166. 

KORON, Alenka. Intertekstualnost, rewriting in samocitiranje: Zgodbe s panjskih končnic Lojzeta Kovačiča. V: NOVAK-POPOV, Irena (ur.). Slovenska kratka pripovedna proza, (Obdobja, Metode in zvrsti, 23). Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za slovenistiko, Center za slovenščino kot drugi/tuji jezik, 2006, str. 149-161. 

KORON, Alenka. Time regained? On narrative in literary historiography. V: DOLINAR, Darko (ur.), JUVAN, Marko (ur.). Writing literary history : selected perspectives from Central Europe. Frankfurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2006, str. 199-226. 

KORON, Alenka. Voennaja proza Milana Pugelja. V: BUDAGOVA, Ljudmila Norajrovna (ur.). Pervaja mirovaja vojna v literaturah i kul´ture zapadnyh i južnih slavjan. Naučnoe izd. Moskva: Rossijskaja akademija nauk, Institut slavjanovedenija, 2004, str. 350-364. 

KORON, Alenka. Spet najdeni čas? K vprašanju pripovedi v literarnem zgodovinopisju. V: DOLINAR, Darko (ur.), JUVAN, Marko (ur.). Kako pisati literarno zgodovino danes : razprave. Ljubljana: Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, 2003, str. 245-274. 

KORON, Alenka. Pogled za očmi: o romanu Deček in smrt Lojzeta Kovačiča. V: KOVAČIČ, Lojze. Deček in smrt, (Knjižnica Kondor, zv. 290). Avtorsko predelana izd. Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga, 1999, str. 367-406. 

KORON, Alenka. Spiralne zanke okrog obrobja. V: LESSING, Doris. Zlata beležnica, (Zbirka XX. stoletje). V Ljubljani: Cankarjeva založba, 1996, str. 313-[329]. 

KORON, Alenka. Vrata realnosti: etuda o Kovačičevem romanu Resničnost. V: KOVAČIČ, Lojze. Resničnost, (Zbirka Metulj). Ljubljana: Mihelač, 1995, str. 159-173. 

KORON, Alenka. Nemirno iskanje moderne proze: Zupanovo pripovedništvo do Menueta za kitaro. V: BERGER, Aleš (ur.). Vitomil Zupan, (Zbirka Interpretacije, 3). Ljubljana: Nova revija, 1993, str. [21]-43

KORON, Alenka. Holokavst med zgodovino in fikcijo : primer Littellovega romana Sojenice. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, 2015, letn. 38, št. 3, str. 173-184, [275]. 

KORON, Alenka. Reprezentacija velike vojne pri Jušu Kozaku. Studia Historica Slovenica, ISSN 1580-8122, 2015, letn. 15, št. 3, str. 549-564, ilustr. 

KORON, Alenka. Krajnski komedijanti jako součást procesu kanonizace obrozenců v slovinské kultuře. Slavica litteraria, ISSN 1212-1509, 2014, letn. 17, št. 2, str. 15-24. 

KORON, Alenka. The impact of European structuralism on Slovenian literary criticism, 1960-2000: local reception and main achievements. Slovene studies, ISSN 0193-1075, 2014, vol. 36, 1, str. 3-17. 

KORON, Alenka. Slovenska kratka vojna proza v periodiki (1919-1929) na ozadju ideje svetovne književnosti. Jezik in slovstvo, ISSN 0021-6933. [Tiskana izd.], 2013, letn. 58, št. 1/2, str. 85-97, 163. 

KORON, Alenka. Krajnski komedijanti kot del kanonizacijskega procesa preroditeljev v slovenski kulturi. Jezik in slovstvo, ISSN 0021-6933. [Tiskana izd.], 2013, letn. 58, št. 3, str. 35-44, 99. 

KORON, Alenka. Vidiki naratologije drame. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, 2013, letn. 36, št. 3, str. 41-59, [235], ilustr. 

KORON, Alenka. The private library of Lojze Kovačič and world literature. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, jun. 2012, letn. 35, št. 1, str. 107-120. 

KORON, Alenka. Lo sviluppo della narratologia di genere: consapevolezza di genere nella narrativa slovena contemporanea. V: AMENTA, Alessandro (ur.). Studi di genere e studi queer in Europa centro-orientale e balcanica, (Esamizdat, ISSN 1723-4042, letn. 6, 2/3). 1 ed. Roma: Aracne, 2009, letn. 6, št. 2/3, str. [155]-165. 

KORON, Alenka. Janez Trdina and Washington Irving : on the genesis of fiction in their short narratives through a comparativist lens. Slovene studies, ISSN 0193-1075, 2008, vol. 30, no. 2, str. 135-153. 

KORON, Alenka. Teorije/teorija diskurza in literarna veda : II. del. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, jun. 2005, letn. 28, št. 1, str. 119-134.

KORON, Alenka. Teorije/teorija diskurza in literarna veda : I. del. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, dec. 2004, letn. 27, št. 2, str. 97-117. 

KORON, Alenka. Vojna proza Milana Puglja. Slavistična revija, ISSN 0350-6894. [Tiskana izd.], apr.- jun. 2004, letn. 52, št. 2, str. [181]-197. 

KORON, Alenka. Avtobiografija, fikcija in roman: o možnostih žanra ‘roman kot avtobiografija’. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, dec. 2003, letn. 26, št. 2, str. 65-86. 

KORON, Alenka. Pripovednoteoretski vidiki v Kosovih literarnoteoretskih delih. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, dec. 2001, letn. 24, posebna številka, str. 189-215. 

KORON, Alenka. Metodološki vidiki Paternujevih pripovednoproznih raziskav. Jezik in slovstvo, ISSN 0021-6933. [Tiskana izd.], 1993/94, 39, št. 1, str. 29-34. 

KORON, Alenka. Poststrukturalizem v naratologiji. V: KOS, Janko, et al. Poststrukturalizem – dekonstrukcija, (Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, letn. 16, št. 1). Ljubljana: Slovensko društvo za primerjalno književnost, 1993, str. 27-35. 

KORON, Alenka. Problem strukturalizma in literarne znanosti pri Dušanu Pirjevcu. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, 1991, 14, št. 1, str. 18-24. 

KORON, Alenka. O uvodih v naratologijo. Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, 1988, 11, št. 1, str. 51-63.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Discourse theory and literature ǀ

Assist. Prof. Jernej Habjan, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

European literatures and nationalisms ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History of books and censorship ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Life writing: autobiography, biography, memoirs, diaries, and letters ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Literary geography ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Literature and the visual arts ǀ

Assist. Prof. Luka Vidmar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Modernism and the avant-garde ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Narratology ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Sociology of the (Slovenian) literary institution ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Textology and digital humanities ǀ

Assist. Prof. Matija Ogrin, Ph.D,

ECTS: 6

World systems and Slovenian literary discourse ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Assist. Prof. Luka Vidmar, Ph.D.

Research Fellow


01 47 06 299
lvidmar@zrc-sazu.si

Education

• BAs in art history and comparative literature, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts (2002)

• MA in art of the early modern period, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts (2005)

• Ph.D. in literary studies, University of Nova Gorica (2009)

 

Academic and research titles

• Assistant Professor in literary studies, University of Nova Gorica (2007−2010)

• Research Assistant, ZRC SAZU (2004−2012)

• Research Fellow, ZRC SAZU (2012−)

 

Management positions

• Coordinator of the ZRC SAZU Historical Seminar (Historični seminar, 2010−)

• Head of the Central Specialist IT Center for Humanities (OSICH, 2012−2017)

 

Teaching 

• University of Nova Gorica, Faculty of Humanities (2006/2007)

• AlpenAdria Universität Klagenfurt, Institut für Slawistik (2012/2013)

 

Research abroad

• The Ohio State University, Center for Slavic and East European Studies (2014)

 

Expert committee

• Chair of the Slovenian section of the Slovenian Research Initiative, in partnership with The Ohio State University, Center for Slavic and East European Studies (2014−)

 

Scholarly association

• Founding member, member of the executive board (2008−) and secretary (2013−) of the Slovenian Society for Eighteenth Century Studies

 

Editorial work 

• Member of the editorial board of the book series Zbrana dela slovenskih pesnikov in pisateljev, ZRC SAZU (2011−)

• Member of the editorial board of Novi Slovenski biografski leksikon, ZRC SAZU (2011−2017)

• Member of the editorial board of the magazine SLO – časi, kraji, ljudje, Družina press (2014−)

Luka Vidmar works on literature, art and culture in Slovenia in the periods of Baroque and the Enlightenment, especially on the Academia Operosorum, the Zois circle, cultural nationalism and forbidden books.




Vodstvene funkcije:

  • Koordinator Historičnega seminarja ZRC SAZU (2010−)
  • Vodja Osrednjega specializiranega informacijskega centra za humanistiko (2012−2017)

 

Pedagoško delo:

  • Univerza v Novi Gorici, Fakulteta za humanistiko (2006/2007)
  • AlpenAdria Universität Klagenfurt, Institut für Slawistik (2012/2013)
  • Podiplomska šola ZRC SAZU (2016/2017, 2017/2018)

 

Strokovna komisija:

  • Predsednik komisije slovenskega dela Slovenske raziskovalne iniciative – v partnerstvu z The Ohio State University, Center for Slavic and East European Studies (2014−)

 

Znanstveno združenje:

  • Ustanovni član, član izvršilnega odbora (2008−) in tajnik (2013−) Slovenskega društva za preučevanje 18. stoletja

 

Uredništvo:

  • Član uredniškega odbora Zbranih del slovenskih pesnikov in pisateljev, ZRC SAZU (2011−)
  • Član uredniškega odbora Novega Slovenskega biografskega leksikona, ZRC SAZU (2011−2017)
  • Član uredniškega odbora revije SLO – časi, kraji, ljudje, založba Družina (2014−)

  • A Slavic Republic of Letters: The Correspondence between Jernej Kopitar and Baron Žiga Zois. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2016.
  • (W. Metoda Kemperl:) Barok na Slovenskem: sakralni prostori. Ljubljana: Cankarjeva založba, 2014.
  • Ljubljana kot novi Rim: Akademija operozov in baročna Italija. Ljubljana: SAZU, 2013.
  • Zoisova literarna republika: vloga pisma v narodnih prerodih Slovencev in Slovanov. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, 2010.
  • Ed.: Trubar, Hren, Valvasor, Dolničar: O slovstvu na Kranjskem: Elektronska znanstvenokritična izdaja. Edn 1.0. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, 2013.
  • Kopitar, Jernej. In: Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe. Ed. Joep Leerssen. Amsterdam: Huizinga Instituut, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2017. N. pag.
  • Zois, Sigismund. In: Enzyklopädie der slowenischen Kulturgeschichte in Kärnten/Koroška: von den Anfängen bis 1942. Band 3. Ed. Katja Sturm-Schnabl and Bojan-Ilija Schnabl. Vienna: Böhlau, 2016. 1542–43.
  • Franc Wützenstein: prvi romanopisec na Kranjskem. Jezik in slovstvo 61.3–4 (2016): 59–69.
  • Tři fáze vztahů mezi Jernejem Kopitarjem v Čechy. Slavica litteraria 17.2 (2014): 25–37.
  • Požiga protestantskih knjig v Ljubljani leta 1600 in 1601: med zgodovino in mitom. Kronika 61.2 (2013): 189–216.
  • “Ad usum publicum destinata”: O javnem značaju Semeniške knjižnice v Ljubljani. Zgodovinski časopis 62.1–2 (2008): 187–202.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Discourse theory and literature ǀ

Assist. Prof. Jernej Habjan, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

European literatures and nationalisms ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History of books and censorship ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Life writing: autobiography, biography, memoirs, diaries, and letters ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Literary geography ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Literature and the visual arts ǀ

Assist. Prof. Luka Vidmar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Modernism and the avant-garde ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Narratology ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Sociology of the (Slovenian) literary institution ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Textology and digital humanities ǀ

Assist. Prof. Matija Ogrin, Ph.D,

ECTS: 6

World systems and Slovenian literary discourse ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.

Research Advisor and Head of the Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts; Professor of Slovenian literature at the University of Ljubljana and Postgraduate School ZRC SAZU.


01 470 63 05
mjuvan@zrc-sazu.si

Education and degrees

  • 1993 – Ph.D. Literary Studies, University of Ljubljana.
  • 1990 – MA Slovenian Literature, Faculty of Letters, University of Ljubljana.
  • 1985 – BA Slovenian and Comparative Literature, Faculty of Letters, University of Ljubljana.

 

Additional training

  • 1996, June – Postdoctoral stay, University of München.
  • 1989/90 (summer semester) – Postgraduate courses, University of Tübingen.

 

Employment, positions

  • Since 2012 – Head of the ZRC SAZU Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies.
  • Since 2007 – Full Professor of Slovenian Literature, Department of Slovenian Studies, University of Ljubljana.
  • since 2006 – Research Advisor, The Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies, ZRC SAZU
  • 2002–07 – Associate Professor of Literary Theory and Slovenian Literature, Department of Slovenian Studies, University of Ljubljana.
  • 2001–06 – Senior Research Fellow, ZRC SAZU.
  • 1996–2001 – Research Fellow, Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Sciences, ZRC SAZU.
  • 1994–2002 – Assistant Professor of Literary Theory and Slovenian Literature, Department for Slavic Languages and Literatures, Faculty of Letters, University of Ljubljana.
  • 1986–94 – Teaching Assistant, Department for Slavic Languages and Literatures, Faculty of Letters, University of Ljubljana.

 

Research interests

Literary and cultural theory, comparative literature (intertextuality, literary discourse, world literature, peripheral/minor literatures, literary geography), European Romanticism, Slovenian literature, East-Central European literatures.



  • 2009 –Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.
  • 2006 –Zagreb University, Croatia.

(Co-)organization of international conferences

  • 2013 – Perspectivizing World Literature, a panel, 128th Convention of the MLA, Boston. 
  • 2012 – The Spatial Turn in Literary Studies / Prostorski obrat v literarni vedi, (co-organizer), international colloquium of the Slovenian Comparative Literature Association, Lipica. 
  • 2011 – Cultural Saints of the European Nation States, (co-organizer), a panel, 4th Congress of the REELC/ENCLS, Skopje & Ohrid.
  • 2010 – Knjiga: ekonomija kulturnih prostorov / The book: An Economy of Cultural Spaces (co-organizer), REELC/ENCLS, ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana.
  • 2009 – Esej in singularnost / The Essay and Singularity (co-organizer), Ljubljana, Slovenian Comparative Literature Association and ZRC SAZU.
  • 2008 – Responding to Cosmopolitanism: The New Identities of Literary Theory (co-organizer), ICLA Committee on Literary Theory International Colloquium, Ljubljana
  • 2007 – Comparative Literature in the 20th Century (co-organizer), ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana.
  • 2005 – Hybridizing Theory and Literature (co-organizer, with Jelka Kernev Štrajn), Slovenian Comparative Literature Association, Lipica, Slovenia.
  • 2002 – How to Write Literary History Today? (co-organizer, with Darko Dolinar), ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana.
  • 2000 – Puškin/Prešeren (co-organizer), Lomonosov State University, Moscow.
  • 2000 – The Romantic Epic Poem (organizer), University of Ljubljana.
  • 1995 – Bakhtin and the Humanities (co-organizer), University of Ljubljana.

 

Guest lectures at foreign universities

München (1996), Budapest (2000), Hamburg (2003), Prague (2005, 2017), Zagreb (2005), Reykjavik (2010), Vienna (2012), Ghent (2014), Novi Sad (2014), Granada (2016), Luxembourg (2017), Graz (2017)

 

Leadership of national research projects (funded by Slovenian Research Agency)

  • Investigations into Literary History, Literary Theory and Methodology. 2009 – 2014, 2015–2020..
  • The Space of Slovenian Literary Culture: Literary History and the GIS-Based Spatial Analysis. 2011–2014.
  • The “Slovenian” World Literature: Locating World Literature in a National Literary System. 2010–2013.

 

Coordination of bilateral exchange/research projects

  • 2010 – Coordinator of the Icelandic – Slovenian Exchange Project “Icelandic and Slovenian Cultural Saints,” EEA Grants, Norway Grants (partner institution: University of Iceland)
  • 2007–08 – Coordinator of the Slovenian-Czech Research Project “Comparative Studies of Czech and Slovenian Literary Fields in Central European Context” (partner institution: Masaryk University, Brno)
  • 2003–05 – Coordinator of Slovenian-Czech Research Project “National Literatures, Central Europe, Europe, and the World” (partner institution: Masaryk University, Brno) 
  • 2001–03 – Coordinator of the Slovenian-Czech Research Project “Literary Theory and Comparative Literature” (partner institution: Masaryk University, Brno)
  • Academic leadership, supervision, administration
  • 2013–17 – Member of the Section Committee for Literary and Theatrical Studies, Academia Europaea, London.
  • Since 2012 – Head of the ZRC SAZU Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies
  • 2008–14 – Member of the ICLA Committee on Literary Theory
  • 2007–11 – Member of the Executive Committee of the REELC/ENCLS
  • 2002–06 – President of the Slovenian Comparative Literature Association
  • 1998–2002 – Vice-president of the Slovenian Comparative Literature Association
  • 1994–96 – Head of Department’s Deputy, Faculty of Letters, Ljubljana University
  • 1992–96 – Co-ordinating Team for the Research Field Literary Studies (in the framework of the Slovenian Ministry of Science and Technology’s expert system)

 

Ph.D. supervision

Luka Vidmar (2009), Vita Žerjal – Pavlin (2007), Barbara Zorman (2007), Marijan Dović (2005), Alojzija Zupan Sosič (2000).

 

Editorial boards

  • Since 2014 – the book series Thought, society, culture (Frankfurt/Main: P. Lang)
  • Since 2012 – Literaturna misal (Sofia)
  • Since 2011 – Context (Skopje), Slavica litteraria (Brno)
  • Since 2004 –co-editor of the book series Studia litteraria (Ljubljana)
  • Since 1999 – Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal (Purdue UP)
  • 1997–2011 – the journal Slavistična revija (Ljubljana)
  • Since 1997 – the journal Primerjalna književnost (Ljubljana) 
  • 1989–96 – journals Literatura, Jezik in slovstvo (Ljubljana)

 

Awards

  • 2014 – “Golden Sign of ZRC SAZU” for outstanding research achievements
  • 2012 – Member of Academia Europaea
  • 1991 – “Kidrič” Award for Young Researchers for the book Imaginarij Krsta v slovenski literaturi.

Single-authored books (selection)

  • Hibridni žanri: Študije o križancih izkustva, mišljenja in literature (Hybrid Genres: Studies on Crossing Literature with Thinking and Experience). Ljubljana: LUD Literatura, 2017.
  • Imaginarij Krsta v slovenski literaturi: Medbesedilnost recepcije (The Imaginary of Baptism at the Savica in Slovene Literature: The Intertextuality of Reception). Druga, popravljena in dopolnjena izdaja. Ur. Jan Jona Javoršek, Matija Ogrin. 1. elektronska izd., verzija 0.8. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, 2016. http://ezb.ijs.si/fedora/get/ezmono:imaginarij/VIEW/
  • Prešernovska struktura in svetovni literarni sistem (The Prešernian Structure and the World Literary System). Ljubljana: LUD Literatura, 2012.
  • Literary Studies in Reconstruction: An Introduction to Literature. Frankfurt a/M. etc.: P. Lang, 2011.
  • History and Poetics of Intertextuality. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue UP, 2008.
  • Literarna veda v rekonstrukciji (Literary Studies in Reconstruction). Ljubljana: LUD Literatura, 2006. (Novi pristopi). – Serbian translation: Nauka o književnosti u rekonstrukciji. Transl. Miljenka Vitezović. Beograd: Službeni glasnik, 2011.

 

Edited books (selection)

  • Prostori slovenske književnosti (Spaces of Slovenian Literature). Ed. Marko Juvan. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, 2016.
  • Svetovne književnosti in obrobja (World Literatures and Peripheries). Ed. Marko Juvan. Ljubljana: ZRC, 2012.
  • Writing Literary History: Selected perspectives from Central Europe. Eds. Darko Dolinar, Marko Juvan. Frankfurt a/M. etc.: P. Lang, 2006.
  • Peer-reviewed articles in AHCI-indexed journals (since 2012)
  • The Aesthetics and Politics of Belonging: National Poets between “Vernacularism” and “Cosmopolitanism”. Arcadia, 2017, vol. 52, no. 1, pp. 10–28.
  • Izbrisani med politiko zanikanja in eksemplaričnostjo romana (The “Erased” between the Politics of Denial and the Exemplarity of the Novel). Primerjalna književnost, 2016, vol. 39, no. 3, pp. 23-42, [163]. 
  • Pripovedni svet Brede Smolnikar (The Narrative World of Breda Smolnikar). Slavistična revija, Apr.-Jun. 2016, vol. 64, no. 2, pp. 151-164. 
  • From political theater in Yugoslav socialism to political performance in global capitalism: the case of Slovenian Mladinsko theater. European review, feb. 2016, vol. 24, issue 1, str. 72-82.
  • (with Joahim Dokler) Towards a GIS analysis of literary cultures: the making of the Slovenian ethnoscape through literature. International journal of humanities and arts computing, no. 2, vol. 9, pp. 196-218. 
  • The nation between the epic and the novel : France Prešeren’s The Baptism on the Savica as a compromise “world text”. Canadian review of comparative literature, ISSN 0319-051X, 2015, vol. 42, iss. 4, pp. 382-395.
  • From spatial turn to GIS-mapping of literary cultures. European review, ISSN 1062-7987, Feb. 2015, vol. 23, issue 1, str. 81-96.
  • In the background of the ‘alphabet war’: Slovenian-Czech interliterary relations and world literature. Interlitteraria, ISSN 1406-0701, 2015, vol. 20, suppl. 1, pp. 148-158.
  • Doing literature without thinking: paralogical devices and the literary field. Canadian review of comparative literature, ISSN 0319-051X, 2014, vol. 41, iss. 1, pp. 54-71.
  • Taking Darwin metaphorically and literally: genres and sciences in a survival struggle. Neohelicon, ISSN 0324-4652, 2014, vol. 41, iss. 2, pp. 303-315.
  • The crisis of late capitalism and the renaissance of world literature. In: RATIANI, Irma (ed.). National literatures and the process of cultural globalization : proceedings. [Tbilisi]: Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian literature], 2014, pp. 21-33.
  • Worlding literatures between dialogue and hegemony. CLCWeb, ISSN 1481-4374. [Online ed.], December 2013, vol. 15, issue 5. http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb/vol15/iss5/11.
  • Kulturni obtok in knjiga : književnost, vednost, prostor in ekonomija (uvodni zaris) = Cultural circulation and the book : literature, knowledge, space, and economy (an introduction). Primerjalna književnost, ISSN 0351-1189, 2012, vol. 35, iss. 1, pp. 11-35.
  • World literature in Carniola: transfer of Romantic cosmopolitanism and the making of national literature. In: TALVET, Jüri (ed.). World literature and national literatures = Littérature mondiale et littératures nationales = Weltliteratur und nationalliteraturen = Literatura mundial y literaturas nacionales, (Interlitteraria, ISSN 1406-0701, 17). Tartu: Tartu University Press, 2012, pp. 27-49.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Discourse theory and literature ǀ

Assist. Prof. Jernej Habjan, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

European literatures and nationalisms ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History of books and censorship ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Life writing: autobiography, biography, memoirs, diaries, and letters ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Literary geography ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Literature and the visual arts ǀ

Assist. Prof. Luka Vidmar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Modernism and the avant-garde ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Narratology ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Sociology of the (Slovenian) literary institution ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Textology and digital humanities ǀ

Assist. Prof. Matija Ogrin, Ph.D,

ECTS: 6

World systems and Slovenian literary discourse ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies ZRC SAZU



marijan.dovic@zrc-sazu.si

Education

  • 1999 (BA): University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory and Department of Slovenian Studies
  • 2003 (MA): University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory
  • 2006 (Ph.D.): University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of Slovenian Studies

 

Teaching

  • 2007–2010: Slovenian Literature IV (required course, University of Nova Gorica)
  • 2010–2012: Contemporary Literary Theory (required course, University of Nova Gorica)
  • 2010–2012: Theory of Authorship (guest lectures at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana)
  • 2012–2015: Selected Topics in Recent Slovenian Literature (elective course, University of Nova Gorica)
  • 2013: Writing the Mediterranean (Erasmus Intensive Program, Malta)
  • 2017–2018: Introduction to Literary Theory (required course, University of Ljubljana)



Project leading

  • National Poets and Cultural Saints of Europe: Commemorative Cults, Canonization, and Cultural Memory (head, basic research project, funded by ARRS, 2014–2017)
  • The Evolution of Authorial Roles: The Slovenian Literary Author in a European Comparative Context (head, postdoctoral research project, 2007–2008)
  • The Slovenian and Czech National Revival (1780–1848) (head, bilateral project, 2011–2012)

 

Fields of interest

Slovenian and European Romanticism, national poets, cultural nationalism, literary and artistic avant-garde, canonization and the literary canon, theory and history of authorship, systems theory and empirical theory of literature, literature and music


Editorial projects

  • 2000: Antona Podbevšek 100 nadnaravnih let (Anton Podbevšek’s 100 Supernatural Years, conference proceedings; editor). Novo Mesto, Goga.
  • 2005: Janez Trdina med zgodovino, narodopisjem in literaturo (Janez Trdina: History, Ethnography, and Literature; collection of essays, editor). Novo Mesto, Goga.
  • 2007: Anton Podbevšek: Zbrane pesmi : elektronska znanstvenokritična izdaja (Anton Podbevšek: Collected Poems: Electronic Critical Edition; editor). Ljubljana, ZRC SAZU, http://nl.ijs.si/e–zrc/podbevsek/.
  • 2008: Literature and Censorship: Who is Afraid of the Truth of Literature (bilingual Slovenian–English special issue of Primerjalna književnost; editor).
  • 2008: Anton Podbevšek: Moje ekstaze skulptura (Anton Podbevšek: The Sculpture of My Ecstasy: critical edition of poetical opus; editor). Novo Mesto, Goga.
  • 2010: Who Chooses? Literature and Literary Mediation (bilingual Slovenian–English thematic issue of Primerjalna književnost; co-edited with J. Habjan and A. Vaupotič).
  • 2012: The Book: An Economy of Cultural Spaces (English thematic issue of Primerjalna književnost; co-edited with J. Habjan).
  • 2013: The Spatial Turn in Literary Studies (thematic issue of Primerjalna književnost; co-edited with J. Habjan and M. Juvan).
  • 2015: Literatura in glasba / Literature and Music (thematic issue of Primerjalna književnost; co-edited with G. Pompe and A. Jež). 
  • 2016: Literatur und Musik (thematic issue of TheMa [Hollitzer Verlag, Vienna], co-edited with G. Pompe).
  • 2016: Kulturni svetniki in kanonizacija (Cultural Saints and Canonization; collection of essays, editor). Ljubljana: ZRC SAZU.
  • 2017: National Poets and Romantic (Be)Longing (thematic section of Arcadia, editor) 
  • Primerjalna književnost (Comparative Literature, AHCI/IBZ/MLA indexed journal in comparative literature; member of the editorial board, 2011–; editor-in-chief, 2016–)
  • Zbrana dela slovenskih pesnikov in pisateljev (Collected Works of Slovenian Poets and Writers, critical editions by ZRC SAZU, member of the editorial board, 2011–)

 

Books

  • Sistemske in empirične obravnave literature [Systemic and Empirical Approaches to Literature], (Ljubljana: ZRC SAZU, 2004)
  • Slovenski pisatelj: razvoj vloge literarnega proizvajalca v slovenskem literarnem sistemu [The Slovenian Writer: The Evolution of the Role of Literary Producer in the Slovenian Literary System], (Ljubljana: ZRC SAZU: 2007)
  • Mož z bombami: Anton Podbevšek in slovenska zgodovinska avantgarda [The Man with the Bombs: Anton Podbevšek and the Slovenian Interwar Avant-Garde], (Novo mesto, Ljubljana: Goga, ZRC SAZU, 2010) 
  • National Poets, Cultural Saints: Canonization and Commemorative Cults of Writers in Europe (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017) 
  • Prešeren po Prešernu: kanonizacija nacionalnega pesnika in kulturnega svetnika [Prešeren after Prešeren: The Canonization of a National Poet and Cultural Saint], (Ljubljana: LUD Literatura: 2017).

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Discourse theory and literature ǀ

Assist. Prof. Jernej Habjan, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

European literatures and nationalisms ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History of books and censorship ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Life writing: autobiography, biography, memoirs, diaries, and letters ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Literary geography ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Literature and the visual arts ǀ

Assist. Prof. Luka Vidmar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Modernism and the avant-garde ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Narratology ǀ

Assist. Prof. Alenka Koron, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Sociology of the (Slovenian) literary institution ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Marijan Dović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Textology and digital humanities ǀ

Assist. Prof. Matija Ogrin, Ph.D,

ECTS: 6

World systems and Slovenian literary discourse ǀ

Prof. Marko Juvan, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6