A History of Slovenia
Edited By Oto Luthar
CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS 559
559 CONTRIbUTING AUTHORS Oto Luthar is a historian and director of the Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SRC SASA), a member of its Institute of Philosophy, and a member of the Section for Interdisciplinary Re- search in Humanities. He is the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and a professor of history and theory of historiography at the University of Nova Gorica (UNG). He is the author of the chapters “Divided by the Great War,” “The making of the new state,” “The Slovenes and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes,” “Dictatorship and the turmoil of the 1930s,” “A nation torn apart: World War II in Slovenia,” “Slovenia after the liberation,” “The first five-year period and self-management,” “‘Liberals’ vs. ‘conservatives’.” Igor Grdina is a historian and Slovenist, and a member of the Institute of Cul- tural History at the SRC SASA. He is the author of “The Stars of Celje,” “The bloody fall of the Middle Ages,” “From Humanism to Reformation,” “From Counter-Reformation rigor to Baroque exuberance,” and “Scholars, officials, and patriots changing the world.” Marjeta Šašel Kos is a Senior Research Associate (for epigraphy and ancient history) at the Institute of Archaeology of the SRC SASA. She is the author of chapters “Prehistory: history created by archaeology” and “The Roman Em- pire: conquest and Pax Romana.” Petra Svoljšak is a historian and Senior Scientific Associate at the Milko Kos Historical Institute at the SRC SASA and the director of Cultural History...
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