Slovene Historiography of the 1918-1991 Period after the Disintegration of Yugoslavia
Keywords:Historiography, Yugoslavia, Slovenia, 20th Century
Already in the second half of the 1980's, several predominantly young historiographers, influenced by modern social and anthropological approaches from western European and American historiography, began a new type of research. Another group of young historiographers started a new, ideologically relaxed analysis of politically and nationally sensitive issues. This resulted in the publication in the 1990's of a series of monographs and papers which, apart from political questions, gave equal consideration to economic issues, cultural history, daily life, history of ideas as well as historiography itself and its theory.
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