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dc.contributor.editorSlavec Gradišnik, Ingrid
dc.contributor.otherLožar-Podlogar, Helena
dc.contributor.otherBernik, France
dc.contributor.otherBogataj, Janez
dc.contributor.otherDrnovšek, Marjan
dc.contributor.otherGabrovec, Stane
dc.contributor.otherGantar, Kajetan
dc.contributor.otherGodina Golija, Maja
dc.contributor.otherGolob, Urban
dc.contributor.otherSlavec Gradišnik, Ingrid
dc.contributor.otherHazler, Vito
dc.contributor.otherHumar, Marjeta
dc.contributor.otherKomelj, Milček
dc.contributor.otherLožar, Tom
dc.contributor.otherMaurer-Lausegger, Herta
dc.contributor.otherNabergoj, Tomaž
dc.contributor.otherNovaković, Predrag
dc.contributor.otherOgrin, Matija
dc.contributor.otherPrelovšek, Damjan
dc.contributor.otherRot, Andrej
dc.contributor.otherSmerdel, Inja
dc.contributor.otherVelikonja, Jože
dc.contributor.otherVelušček, Anton
dc.contributor.otherVovko, Andrej
dc.description.abstractThe book contains 23 articles from various disciplines, reflecting Ložar’s intellectual work in Slovenia and in emigration. Rajko Ložar – an ethnologist, archeologist, art historian, literary, art, and music critic, museum worker, and publicist – was engaged in scholarly and professional work in Slovenia until the end of the Second World War. He lived and worked in Austrian Carinthia until the end of 1951 as a professor, collector, and researcher of ethnographic material, and then emigrated to the United States, where he was the director of the City Museum of Manitowoc, WI from 1956 until his retirement in 1969. His death there in 1985 marked the end of a variegated life and career.The articles join together the observations of scholars that have addressed Ložar and his work or were his successors, as well as those that knew him personally. Indirectly, through Ložar’s work, the articles discuss the history of the disciplines that he was connected with, and at the same time serve as narratives about the broader historical, social, and intellectual pulse of the time he worked in. The publication includes a bibliography of Ložar’s collected published and unpublished works.
dc.relation.ispartofseriesOpera ethnologica Slovenica
dc.subject.classificationbic Book Industry Communication::1 Geographical Qualifiers::1D Europe::1DV Eastern Europe::1DVW Southeast Europe::1DVWY Yugoslavia & former Yugoslavia::1DVWYV Slovenia
dc.subject.classificationbic Book Industry Communication::H Humanities::HD Archaeology
dc.subject.classificationbic Book Industry Communication::J Society & social sciences::JH Sociology & anthropology::JHM Anthropology::JHMC Social & cultural anthropology, ethnography
dc.subject.othercollective volume
dc.subject.otherLožar, Rajko
dc.subject.otherSlovenian archaelogy
dc.subject.otherSlovenian ethnology
dc.subject.otherslovenska arheologija
dc.subject.otherslovenska etnologija
dc.titlePretrgane korenine = Displaced Roots
dc.title.alternativeSledi življenja in dela Rajka Ložarja = The life and work of Rajko Ložar
oapen.abstract.otherlanguageV knjigi so zbrane razprave, ki z večdisciplinarne perspektive govorijo o intelektualnem delovanju Rajka Ložarja v Sloveniji in izseljenstvu. Kot etnolog, arheolog, umetnostni zgodovinar, literarni, likovni in glasbeni kritik, muzejski delavec in publicist je bil v Sloveniji znanstveno in strokovno aktiven do konca druge svetovne vojne. Na avstrijskem Koroškem je deloval kot profesor, zbiralec in raziskovalec do konca leta 1951, ko se je izselil v ZDA, kjer je bil od 1956 do upokojitve 1969 ravnatelj mestnega muzeja v Manitowocu. Tam je leta 1985 sklenil svojo zapleteno življenjsko in strokovno pot.

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