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MUZEOLÓGIA  MUSEOLOGY  a kultúrne dedičstvo  and Cultural Heritage
Contents 1/2015
Introduction (p.7)
In Practice Hátašová Gabriela. Evaluting the Use of Interactive Technologies in Museum Exhibitions (p. 63) Murgašová Veronika. The Effects of Various Types of Book Binding on the Process of Digitization of Written Cultural Heritage in the Context of Historical Libraries (p. 70) Majerová Jarmila. Teaching Documentation of Cultural Heritage (p. 75) Horváthová Marcela. The Rusovce Manor (p. 83) Majorová Zuzana. Employing the Holíč Manor as an Exhibition Space (p. 94) Remembering and Honoring Outstanding Contributions to Cultural Heritage To Ing. Marcel Lalkovič, CSc. on his 70th Birthday (Jan Dolák) (p. 100)
Books received a reviews BOUCARD, Daniel. Dictionnaire illustré et Anthologie des métiers (Tibor Díte) (p. 102) BOUCARD, Daniel. Dictionnaire des outtils et instruments pour la plupart des métiers. (Tibor Díte) (p. 103) Acquisition and De-acquisition Activities of Museums and galleries (Ľuboš Kačírek) (p. 105) Dlouhá léta neviděno… In Mendel´s Museum of the Masaryk University (Monika Mikulášková) (p. 107)
News The International Conference Muzeo50: A Report and Evaluation (Lucie Jagošová, Lenka Mrázová) (p. 111) A report on the Conference „Fenomén kultúrneho dedičstva v spoločnosti II. Súčasný stav a perspektívy“ / “The Phenomenon of Cultural Heritage in Modern Society II. Present and Future” (Dana Lacová) (p. 114)


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Articles (Abstracts)
Title: MUZEA A ČESKÉ ZEMĚ (1814 – 2014): VÝZVA K REVIZI HISTORIOGRAFICKÉ TRADICE  (Museums and the Czech Lands (1814 – 2014): A Call for a Revision of the Historiographic Approach) Abstract: The marketing campaign launched by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic ahead of the upcoming centenaries of the national geographic museums in Prague, Brno and Opava (1814–1818) is a most suitable starting point for a long overdue critical discussion of the current approach to the history of museums in the Czech Land in particular and Central Europe in general. The concept of a museum‘s foundation, establishment or first opening must be viewed historically because of the difference in its content in a society divided into estates (pre-1860) and in a civil society (post-1860). This paper is a call for a more fine-grained analysis of the history of museums as institutions and a detailed comparative treatment of this concept with the aim of achieving a more objective phenomenology of the museum in 1800-1945 Central Europe.   Authors: Šopák Pavel Publication order reference: Slezské zemské muzeum v Opavě, Nádražní okruh 31, 746 01 Opava, Czech Republic, email: pavel.sopak@fpf.slu.cz Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2015, vol.: 3, number: 1,  pages: 9-20. Key words: CZECH LANDS, MUSEUM HISTORY, PRAGUE, BRNO, OPAVA, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MUSEUMS, FOUNDATION, ESTABLISHMENT Language: CZECH online full-text PDF Title: EXPERIMENT NESTEX –  ALEBO AKO DNES V SLOVENSKÝCH PODMIENKACH UCHOPIŤ STÁLU EXPOZÍCIU (The Nestex Experiment or How to Approach a Permanent Exposition in Today’s Slovakia) Abstract: The paper is devoted to the issue of permanent exhibitions, aiming special exhibi-tions in the Museum of Art, which is recently in the center of international discussions in the field. Using the form of „case study“ it highlights the principles and form of permanent exhi-bitions, which currently offer museum institutions in Slovakia. The core of the paper is the concept of a new im/permanent exhibition of old art of the Slovak National Gallery in Brati-slava titled Nestex. Nestex is untraditional, in many aspects experimental model of Gothic and Baroque art installation offering alternatives for exhibitions of art in a specific area of Central Europe. Authors: Chmelinová Katarína Publication order reference: Katedra dejín výtvarného umenia, Filozofická fakulta, Univer-zita Komenského v Bratislave, Gondova 2, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: katari-na.chmelinova@uniba.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2015, vol.: 3, number: 1,  pages: 21-36. Key words: PERMANENT EXHIBITION, GALLERY, NESTEX, EXHIBITION PRACTICES Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: VÝUČBA PREDMETU OCHRANA DOKUMENTOV SO ZAMERANÍM NA OBRAZOVÉ KULTÚRNE DEDIČSTVO (Teaching Preventative Document Protection with a Focus on Photographic Cultural Heritage) Abstract: This paper introduces a course titled „Preventative Document Protection“ which is currently a part of the „Mediamatics and Cultural Heritage“ curriculum in the „Library and Information Studies“ program of the University of Žilina and aims to provide students with knowledge and skills related to the protection of documents in institutions dedicated to archi-ving and heritage protection and preservation. As a part of the most recent iteration of the course, students conducted research on modeling accelerated aging of materials exposed to increased temperature, humidity and light, tested the effect of different chemical compounds and their neutralization on black and white photographs and surveyed color photographs and slides in the funds of the Slovak National Library in Martin and various private collections. Such surveys are helpful when developing a manual for the identification of unprovenanced photographs and slides. We also addressed the issue of color theory using the CIE LAB color space and implementation of the Preservation Index (PI) as proposed by the Image Permanen-ce Institute (Rochester) to estimate the shelf life of unstable materials. The objective of this research is to create a manual for the long-term prognosis of the condition of unstable mate-rials. Students enrolled in this course have made a significant contribution to the creation of this manual.  Authors: Bukovský Vladimír, Kianicová Katarína Publication order reference: Katedra mediamatiky a kultúrneho dedičstva, Fakulta huma-nitných vied, Žilinská univerzita v Žiline, Univerzitná 8215/1, 010 26 Žilina, email: vladi-mir.bukovsky@mediamatika.sk, Knižnica Evanjelickej bohosloveckej fakulty Univerzity Komenského, Bartókova 8, 811 02 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: kianico-va@fevth.uniba.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2015, vol.: 3, number: 1,  pages: 37-50. Key words: PRESERVATION, CONSERVATION, PREVENTATIVE PROTECTION, BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY, COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF Title: CESTA K PRVÉMU ÚRADNÉMU LEXIKÓNU SÍDEL NA SLOVENSKU  (Towards the First Official Lexicon of Slovak Townships) Abstract: This paper examines the history of official and private topographic, administrative and statistic lexicons and surveys of townships covering the area of present-day Slovakia from the earliest such works produced in the Kingdom of Hungary to those published after the for-mation of Czechoslovakia. Their value and use for historical and demographic research is evaluated and compared with the first official township lexicon published  between the two world wars.     Authors: Tišliar Pavol Publication order reference: Katedra etnológie a muzeológie, Filozofická fakulta, Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave, Gondova 2, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, email: pa-vol.tisliar@uniba.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2015, vol.: 3, number: 1,  pages: 51-62. Key words: SLOVAKIA, 18TH-20TH CENTURY, OFFICIAL AND PRIVATE SURVEYS, TOWNSHIP NAMES Language: SLOVAK online full-text PDF
ISSN 1339-2204
Vol. 3 (2015), No. Is. 1