Places of Revolt: Geographical References in the Slovak Anarchist Press Around the Turn of the Millennium

Daniel, Ondřej

Geographical references likely played a crucial role in shaping the worldview of Slovakia’s anti-globalisation activists. The aim of this study is to provide a classification of geographical categories based on how they operate in the anti-globalisation activist press.

Od Parnasu k redaktorstvu. Spolupráca Kolomana Banšella s Novou školou

Kačírek, Ľuboš

Austro-Hungarian Compromise from 1867 was one of the factors that sped up the differentiating process among the Slovak elites which led to creation of two camps: the Old School and the New School. During this period new generation of writers was also formed which abandoned the canon of Romanticism and found inspiration in a new literary trend – Realism. The new literary generation introduced itself in 1871 when almanac Napred (Ahead) had been published. It was edited by Pavol Országh (-Hviezdoslav) and Koloman Banšell.

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