SLOVAK ETHNOLOGY 1/2018


CONTENTS

Theme of the issue: digital ethnology

EDITORIAL

GOGORA, Andrej: Editorial 1

ARTICLES

HSU, Umi W. F.: Digital Ethnography Toward Augmented Empiricism: A New Methodical Framework
AMBRÓZOVÁ, Jana: The Application of Digital Technologies in the Research of Traditional Instrumental Music in Slovakia
MURIN, Ivan, MIDULA, Pavol: Ethnography Using Digital Analytical Programmes (CAQDAS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

RESEARCH REPORT

DITMAROVÁ, Lucia: Digitisation and Multimedia Presentation Products of the National Centre of Culture and Further Education – the Episodes of One Digitisation Project

RESERVED FOR

KUBISA, Tomáš, GOGORA, Andrej: The Situation of the Text Archive of the Institute of Ethnology SAS and the Possibilities of Its Digital Processing
HANÁK, Miroslav: The Digital Archive of Traditional Folk Culture. Project – Database – Publishing.

EDITORIAL

KILIÁNOVÁ, Gabriela: Editorial 2

ARTICLES

DUCHÁČEK, Milan: Karel Chotek and Cerovo: From Initiation to Specialisation (Causerie on the Half-Century Long Transformation of Field Research)
HLOŠKOVÁ, Hana: Andrej Melicherčík – A Personality in One Era, an Era in One Personality (through the Example of a Research Topic)

BOOK REVIEWS

Inspiring Results of Ethnological/Anthropological Research in Serbia: Glasnik Etnografskog instituta SANU, vol. 64 on migration (Gabriela KILIÁNOVÁ)
Soňa G. Lutherová, Miroslava Hlinčíková (Eds.): Za hranicami vedy? Aplikovaná antropológia v spoločnosti (Adam WIESNER)
Daniel Drápala: Portáši. Historie a tradice (Peter SLAVKOVSKÝ)

NEWS

General Assembly of the Czech Ethnographic Society and conference “In Movement” – Migration, Mobility and Transport from the Ethnological Perspective (19–21 September 2017, Znojmo, Czech Republic) (Hana HLOŠKOVÁ)
“Ethnology for the 21st Century” – conference of Czech (Moravian) and Slovak university teachers and PhD students (15–16 November 2017, Brno, Czech Republic) (Kornélia JAKUBÍKOVÁ)
Research topics of the SRDA ethnological project “Socio-Cultural Capital of Successful Municipalities as the Source of Sustainable Development of the Slovak Countryside” (Daniel LUTHER)
New entries in Slovakia´s list of intangible cultural heritage (Eva ZÁHUMENSKÁ)
Multipart singing of Horehorenie included in the UNESCO World List (Ľubica VOĽANSKÁ)
Ethnographic Society of Slovakia accredited as advisor to the Intergovernmental Committee for the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (Ľubica VOĽANSKÁ)

 

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