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Title: THE GREAT MORAVIAN TERRITORY OF NITRA. CULTURAL MANIFESTATIONS, TERRITORIAL SCOPE AND THE ETHNIC AND SOCIAL-POLITICAL IDENTITY OF ITS POPULATION Abstract: The main objective of the article is to determine the territorial scope of the Great Moravian territory of Nitra based on an analysis of archaeological sources. Specific cultural manifestations identified in the focal area of the Danube lowland delimit the studied territory from the settlement of adjacent regions of Slovakia and from the central settled territory in the Morava River basin. An interpretation of the results, supported by a comparison with written sources and linguistic data a new view of the social-political identity of the Nitra population. Author: König Tomáš Publication order reference: Comenius university in Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Archaeology, Gondova 2, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: tomas.konig@uniba.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 9-28. Key words: GREAT MORAVIA, TERRITORY OF NITRA, INHUMATION RITE, CHRISTIANISATION, SOCIAL-POLITICAL IDENTITY Language: ENGLISH online full-text PDF Title: ŽIVOT A ZVYKY KAUKAZSKÝCH ČERKESOV: HISTORICKO-KOMPARATÍVNA SONDÁŽ CESTOPISOV EURÓPSKYCH CESTOVATEĽOV OD ZA-ČIATKU 16. DO POLOVICE 19. STOROČIA (Life and traditions of Caucasian Circassians: historical-comparative probe of travelogues of European travellers from the beginning of the 16th century to the half of the 19th century) Abstract: The aim of this study is to clarify evolution of life and traditions of Circassian society in a historically comparative perspective. It is based on published travelogues and diaries of European travellers who visited various parts of Caucasian Circassia from the 16th century to the half of the 19th century. Although they had described various aspects of life of this varied mountain ethnic group, the study focuses on just a few of them: anthropological appearance, language, religion, clothing, traditions, social activities and social structure of the Circassians. This data shows that Circassia embodied tribal formation that was split, speaking different languages without existence of any mutual language of interethnic communication. Despite this fact, different tribes had been somehow connected. This variedness was based on the Circassians mentality and religious issues as well. Isolation of the Circassia area, underdevelopment of external relations, absence of migration processes and peculiarities of the population mentality conditioned weak development of craft, industry, trade and character of social activities at all.  Authors: Šmigeľ Michal, Cherkasov Alexandr, Kmeť Miroslav Publication order reference: Matej Bel University, Faculty of Arts, Department of History, Tajovského 40, 974 01 Banská Bystrica, Slovak Republic, email: michal.smigel@umb.sk; International Network Center for Fundamental and Applied Research, 89 Gorkogo Str. Of. 4, 354000 Sochi, Russian Federation, email: bylyegody@sutr.ru; Matej Bel University, Faculty of Arts, Department of History, Tajovského 40, 974 01 Banská Bystrica, Slovak Re-public, email: miroslav.kmet@umb.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 29-50. Key words: CIRCASSIA, CIRCASSIANS, THE CAUCASUS, EVERYDAYNESS, CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS, TRAVELOGUES, EUROPEAN TRAVELLERS OF THE 16TH – 19TH CENTURY Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: SLOVENSKÉ BRYNDZIARSTVO A VAGAČOVSKÁ VÝROBŇA V DETVE K 230. VÝROČIU VZNIKU PRVEJ BRYNDZIARNE (Production of bryndza in Slovakia and the Vagač bryndza manufacture in Detva: On the 230th anniversary of the founding of the first industrial site for the production of bryndza) Abstract: This paper examines the history of the production of bryndza, a sheep milk product considered traditional to and symbolic of Slovakia. Bryndza is a kneaded, salted and preserved sheep cheese is the product of Carpathian sheep breeding and its specific lifestyle associated with the Wallach colonization of Slovakia. Geographical conditions favorable to sheep breeding across most of Slovakia and native adaptations of sheep cheese for better marketability gave rise to this specifically Slovak product and made it the chief export of local sheep breeding. This was significantly aided by dedicated bryndza manufactures the first of which was founded in 1787 by Ján Vagač in Detva. This paper examines its founding and traces its history all to way to its nationalization and dissolution. Author: Janto Juraj Publication order reference: Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Ethnology and Museology, Gondova 2, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: juraj.janto@uniba.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 51-59. Key words: SHEEP CHEESE, SLOVAK BRYNDZA, DETVA, JÁN VAGAČ Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: MÚZEJNÍCTVO A VÝSTAVNÍCTVO V BRATISLAVE V OBDOBÍ PRVEJ SLOVENSKEJ REPUBLIKY (1939 – 1945) (Museology and organisation of exhibitions in Bratislava during the period of Slovak Republic (1939-1945)) Abstract: This paper analyzes the organization of exhibitions in Bratislava in the period between 1939 and 1945. We examine not only the exhibitions themselves, but also for the first time shed light on their background, their administration and their locations. The exhibitions analyzed here include those organized by museum as well as non-museum institutions of varying types and focus. Our analyzes details the challenges involved in organizing exhibitions in the capital and then provides a detailed examination of three specific exhibition. Additionally, the paper provides an overview of the exhibition activities of two major cultural institutions, the Slovak Museum and the Association of Slovak Artists towards the end of the period in question. Author: Falathová Zuzana Publication order reference: Bratislava City Museum, Radničná 577/1, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: zuzana.falathova@bratislava.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 61-76. Key words: BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK MUSEUM, SLOVAK STATE, ASSOCIATION OF SLOVAK ARTISTS, EXHIBITION, ORGANISATION OF EXHIBITIONS Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: K PROBLEMATIKE PERCEPCIE CYRILO-METODSKÉHO KULTU V MODERNÝCH DEJINÁCH SLOVENSKA (On problems with the perception of the Cyrillo-Methodian cult in the modern history of Slovakia) Abstract: The Byzantine mission led by st Constantine-Cyril and his brother st Methodius, which reached Great Moravia in 863, had several dimensions. The central theme of this work is to look at how the message of Great Moravia and the Cyrillo-Methodian cult have been spread, mainly in the modern history of Slovakia. After establishing the Hungarian Kingdom, the relations of the local church representatives towards the Methodius‘s followers weakened significantly. By the end of the 10th century, there was again pressure aimed at eradicating the residues of their activities and influence. The Cyrillo-Methodian literary tradition came to a standstill and the application of liturgic habits introduced by the holy brothers was disrupted for a long period of time. It is commonly known that the whole era of the Slovak national revival was fueled by the development of the Cyrillo-Methodian tradition. The cultural value cultivation of the Great Moravian figures in the religious, national, and cultural life of the Slovaks started already during the national revival and flourished in the 20th century. The intensity of spreading the cult of the Thessalonian saints has been different in various Slovak regions. Following the development of the Great Moravian era interpretations that were subject to political pressure, as well as to the limited actual knowledge, gives us the answers regarding the future orientation of the research. Authors: Hetényi Martin, Ivanič Peter Publication order reference: Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Faculty of Arts, Institute for research of Constantine and Methodius´ cultural heritage, Štefánikova 67, 949 74 Nitra, Slovak Republic, email: mhetenyi@ukf.sk, email: pivanic@ukf.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 77-91. Key words: CYRILLO-METHODIAN TRADITION, SLOVAK, NATIONAL REVIVAL Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: TRADIČNÁ STAVEBNÁ KULTÚRA AKO SÚČASŤ REVITALIZÁCIE VIDIECKYCH SÍDIEL (Traditional building culture as an element of the revitalisation of villages) Abstract: Slovakia remains a country with the majority of rural settlements even at the be-ginning of the 21st century. However, over the course of several decades the character of rural villages has changed fundamentally in terms of both material and socio-cultural situation. Space and life in lots of rural settlements require revitalizing activities that should be in synergy with sustainability criteria. In the following article we analyze the role and the possibilities of integrating traditional rural architecture into these activities. Author: Ulašinová Bystrianska Lenka Publication order reference: Comenius university in Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Ethnology and Museology, Gondova 2, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: lenka.ulasinova@uniba.sk  Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 93-106. Key words: SUSTAINABILITY, TRADITIONAL BUILDING CULTURE, REVITALISATION OF VILLAGES Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: HODNOTY INDUSTRIÁLNEHO DEDIČSTVA A ICH SKÚMANIE: PRÍPAD BRATISLAVA (Values of the modern industrial heritage and its research: The Case of Bratislava) Abstract: The industrial architecture of the 19th and 20th century offers various ways in which it can be studied from the point of view of modern architectural history. In the same time, this notion is shared just by a small number of experts – historians, architects or art his-torians – and the subject of industrial heritage stays to a large extent a domain of civic acti-vism. The growing interest of civic associations is driven by an outrage of rapid demolition of a number of key historical industrial sites in Bratislava in the recent past. In the contrast to the public interest, the expert research of industrial heritage might seem as less effective and understandable. The aim of this paper is to highlight the importance of existing expert research in a connection with interdisciplinary methods that are not yet developed sufficiently. The interdisciplinary team-work has to be done both on the level of official state heritage protection policies and civic activism, as it is confirmed also via contemporary international heritage discourse. Authors: Bartošová Nina, Haberlandová Katarína Publication order reference: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Architecture, Institute of History and Theory of Architecture and Monument Restoration, Námestie slobody 19, 812 45 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: nina.bartosova@stuba.sk, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Construction and Architecture, Dúbravská cesta 9, 845 03 Bratislava 45, Slovak Republic, email: katarina.haberlandova@savba.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 107-123. Key words: INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE, HERITAGE VALUES, MODERN MONUMENTS, THEORY, HISTORY Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: FORMOVÁNÍ A VÝVOJ TECHNICKÉ MUZEOLOGIE V ČESKÝCH ZEMÍCH V LETECH 1948–1989. ČÁST II. – PODÍL NA VYSOKOŠKOLSKÉ VÝUCE A ČINNOSTI MEZINÁRODNÍCH MUZEJNÍCH ORGANIZACÍ, REFLEXE ZE STRANY ČESKÝCH MUZEOLOGŮ (The emergence and development of technical museology in the Czech lands between 1948 and 1989. Part II: the contribution to university education and activities of international musem organizations, reflections of Czech museologists) Abstract: This paper details the phenomena, activities and events in the field of technical museology in the Czech-speaking parts of the socialist Czechoslovakia between 1948 and 1989 which shaped or reflected the theoretical understanding of the museum as a phenome-non. The second part is an in-depth analysis of the participation of its leading figures in the university teaching of museology, the activities of international museum organizations and the views of prominent Czech museologists on museums of technical type. Author: Kirsch Otakar Publication order reference: Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Archaeo-logy and Museology, Arna Nováka 1, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic, email: O.Kirsch@seznam.cz Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 125-134. Key words: TECHNICAL MUSEUMS, HISTORY OF MUSEUMS AND MUSEUM STU-DIES IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, NATIONAL TECHNICAL MUSEUM, TECHNICAL MU-SEUM IN BRNO, GENERAL AND SPECIALIZED MUSEOLOGY Language: CZECH online full-text PDF Title: Contemporary Art and Classical Museum: Conflict or Symbiosis? Abstract: This paper examines some of the aspects of exhibition practice at the State Hermitage Museum, in particular, projects related to contemporary art in the context and space of classical museum. The Hermitage Museum as a universal museum, the museum of different styles and epochs. Therefore one of its intentions is to show the art of the latest trends, whether such demonstration is a sign of evolution, or, on the contrary, of regression of culture. Despite the inconsistency of criteria of classical aesthetics in evaluation of art from the 20th to the early 21st century, the museum may show the continuity of tradition while exhibiting contemporary art in the context of art of the old masters. Author: Piotrovsky Mikhail B. Publication order reference: State Hermitage Museum, Dvortsovaya Naberezhnaya (Embankment) 34, 190000 St. Petersburg, Russia, email: museum@pisem.net Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 135-140. Key words: STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM, MUSEUM, CONTEMPORARY ART, EXHIBITION, CURATOR, AESTHETICS, AUTHENTICITY Language: ENGLISH online full-text PDF Title: AKTUÁLNÍ KONTURY PROFESE MUZEJNÍHO PEDAGOGA. REFLEXE KVALIFIKAČNÍ PROFILACE PRACOVNÍKŮ V OBLASTI MUZEJNÍ PEDAGOGIKY NA PŘÍKLADU KOMISE PRO PRÁCI S VEŘEJNOSTÍ A MUZEJNÍ PEDAGOGIKU AMG ČR (Current professional profile of a museum pedagogue: qualifications of museum pedagogues in the requirements of the Committee for Public Relations and Museum Pedagogy of the Czech Association of Museums and Galleries) Abstract: Museum pedagogue as an independent museum profession has been paid an incre-ased attention in the practice, professional literature and in empirical research. The Committee for Public Relations and Museum Pedagogy at the Czech Association of Museums and Galleries also entered this sphere by updating the number of members and carrying out a questionnaire inquiry. Who are the members? Which professional qualities and specializations do they offer? The study presents current outputs of a research inquiry among educational workers in Czech museums and the other museum professions. Authors: Jagošová Lucie, Králová Jitka Publication order reference: Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Archaeo-logy and Museology, Arna Nováka 1, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic, email: jagoso-va@phil.muni.cz; Regional museum Melnik, Nám. Míru 54, 276 01 Mělník, Czech Republic, email: kralova@muzeum-melnik.cz Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 141-153. Key words: MUSEUM PEDAGOGUE, MUSEUM PEDAGOGICAL RESEARCH, QUES-TIONNAIRE INQUIRY, CZECH ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES, COMMITTEE FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MUSEUM PEDAGOGY Language: CZECH online full-text PDF In  Practice Title: JOZEF ERNYEY. ŽIVOT A DIELO (Jozef Ernyey. Life and work) Abstract: This paper deals with the life, family background, career and publishing of histo-rian and museologist Jozef Ernyey. Its objective is to point out to ethnographical, historical and museal research areas he dedicated himself to. Jozef Ernyey’s name is not quite unknown in Slovakia, however much more attention is paid to him in Hungary. Individual areas Ernyey devoted himself to like history, ethnography or botanic are predominantly associated with Slovak contemporary art. He did not write his works in Slovak, despite the fact that Slovak language was not foreign to him. He documented and collected ethnographic material in the field of „kuruc songs“ and folk dramatic plays of German population in Slovakia. His historic works dealt with multiple areas. History of pharmacy, history of castles, book culture and he reviewed Czech, Polish and Serbian authors and historians on pages of Hungarian periodicals. Jozef Ernyey’s name is associated with Hungarian National Museum, The Museum of Natural Sciences in Budapest, where he lived through a substantial part of his creative life. After the World War I he remained loyal to „Hungarian scientific ideology“ what proved in his later publication activities, Despite this he never forgot his „Slovak – upland origin“. Author: Uhlár Dalibor Publication order reference: Radio and Television of Slovakia (RTVS), Mýtna 1. P. O. Box 55, 817 55 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: uhlar@rtvs.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 155-167. Key words: JOZEF ERNYEY, PHARMACIST, HISTORIAN, ETHNOGRAPHER, SLA-VICIST, BOTANIST, MUSEOLOGIST. HUNGARY, SLOVAKIA Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: MOBILITA MÚZEJNÝCH ZBIEROK POSTUPY A ZÁSADY PRI MANIPULÁCIÍ SO ZBIERKOVÝMI PREDMETMI MIMO ICH ULOŽENIA V DEPOZITÁROCH (Mobility of museum’s collections. Procedures and policies at manipulation with collection items out of their depository storage) Abstract: This thesis is focused on to description types of collection items mobility. The main storage place for collection item in museum is the depository and because of that, thesis contains description of types of collection items mobility from depository. The aim of the thesis is to approximate process of manipulation with collection items for the purpose of pre-servation/restoration and rental of collection items for other museums in Slovakia and abroad. One of the main points of this thesis is to review the purpose of collection mobility for museums. Aim of the thesis is also to define possibilities of collection items protection during their mobility- legal and physical protection. An important part of the article is an analysis of collections mobility in Slovak museums created with the help of questionnaire survey and summary of the annual reports of Slovak museums. Author: Tomašková Marianna Publication order reference: Comenius Univesity in Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Ethnology and Museology, Gondova 2, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: mariankatomaskova@gmail.com Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 169-181. Key words: MOBILITY, COLLECTION ITEMS, MUSEUM, STATE IMMUNITY, IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE, SHARING CULTURE, EXPENSES DURING THE RENTAL PERIOD Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: VEDECKO-PUBLIKAČNÁ, EDIČNÁ A PROJEKTOVÁ ČINNOSŤ ODBORU MUZEOLÓGIA A KULTÚRNE DEDIČSTVO V BRATISLAVE (Research and publishing activities of the museology and cultural heritage section at the Comenius University in Bratislava) Abstract: The paper summarises scientific and publication and editorial activities of museology department in Bratislava during the last two years. It concentrates on their classification and basic evaluation with regards to museum theory, practice and Slovak historiography. Author: Vargová Lenka Publication order reference: Comenius Univesity in Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Ethnology and Museology, Gondova 2, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: vargova153@uniba.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 183-189. Key words: MUSEOLOGY STUDIES, MUSEOLOGY AND CULTURAL HERITAGE, SCIENTIFIC AND PUBLISHING ACTIVITIES, COMENIUS UNIVERSITY IN BRATI-SLAVA Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: Stanovení rizika krádeží v paměťových institucích (Theft risk evaluation in memory institutions) Abstract: This paper analyzes a questionnaire designed to evaluate the risk of theft and other illegal and illicit activities with relation to artifacts collected in museums and galleries as well as other institutions dedicated to the preservation of cultural heritage (castles etc.). This questionnaire, which was created under the auspices of the project NAKI DF13P01OVV016 „Methodology of cultural artifacts storage - the optimization of conditions with the goal of long-term sustainability“, aims to become a tool to be used by institutions charged with managing cultural heritage. Author: Jirásek Pavel Publication order reference: Methodical Centre for Conservation, Purkyňova 105, 612 00 Brno, Czech Republic, email: pavel.jirasek@culturetech.cz Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2017, vol.: 5, number: 2,  pages: 191-202. Key words: CULTURAL HERITAGE, ARTIFACTS, PROTECTION, METHODOLOGY, MUSEUMS, CASTLES, THEFT, RISK EVALUATION, SECURITY SYSTEMS, SURVE-ILLANCE SYSTEMS  Language: CZECH online full-text PDF Books  received  and  reviews  Katarína Kolbiarz Chmelinová: Johann George Pinsel in Vienna (p. 203) online full-text PDF Katarína Kolbiarz Chmelinová: Himmlisch! Der barockbildhauer Johann Georg Pinsel. An exhbition catalogue review (p. 208) online full-text PDF Jan Dolák: The museums of Eastern Crimea (p. 212) online full-text PDF Monika Mikulášková: TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food (p. 213) online full-text PDF Lenka Mihová: Ladislav Nádaši Jégé: 150. výročie narodenia (p. 215) online full-text PDF Otakar Kirsch: Handbuch Museum : Geschichte, Aufgaben, Perspektiven (p. 217) online full-text PDF Peter Maráky: The 2016 annual prize awarded by the journal Pamiatky a múzeá (p. 219) online full-text PDF
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ISSN 1339-2204 eISSN 2453-9759 Vol. 5 (2017), No. Is. 2