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2014 | Volume 3 | No.2 | 239-262
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Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić, članstvo u Akademiji i Nobelova nagrada

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Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić, Academy Membership and the Nobel Prize
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Ivana Brlić-Mažuranićs Mitgliedschaft in der Akademie und ihre Nominierung für den Nobelpreis
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U radu se analiziraju dokumenti i zapisnici povezani s primanjem Ivane Brlić-Mažuranić u Jugoslavensku akademiju znanosti i umjetnosti u Zagrebu: zapisnici sa sjednica i urudžbeni zapisnici pokazuju da je Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić primljena u Akademiju kao dopisna članica nakon što je ponovljen prijedlog za primanje. Također se analiziraju pisma i dokumenti povezani s procesom nominacije Ivane Brlić-Mažuranić za Nobelovu nagradu, iz kojih je vidljivo da su ukupno bile četiri nominacije. Prve dvije nominacije (1931. i 1935.) potpisuje Gavro Manojlović, u to vrijeme predsjednik Akademije, a druge dvije (1937. i 1938.) Gavro Manojlović zajedno s Albertom Bazalom, u to vrijeme predsjednikom Akademije. Nijedna od nominacija nije bila službena Akademijina nominacija. U završnom se dijelu rada interpretira studija Gavre Manojlovića o Pričama iz davnine koja je priložena nominacijskim dokumentima.
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The paper offers an analysis of documents and meeting records related to the election of Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić to the South Slavic Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb. The survey of the records and the Academy register reveals that Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić was accepted as a corresponding member of the Academy when she was nominated for the second time, in 1937, being the first woman to be awarded the honour. Scrutiny of the letters and documents related to the Nobel Prize for Literature nominations of Ivana BrlićMažuranić shows that there were four nominations for her in all. The first two nominations (in 1931 and in 1935) were signed by Gavro Manojlović, President of the Academy at the time, and the other two nominations (in 1937 and in 1938) were signed both by Manojlović and by Albert Bazala, who had become President of the Academy by that time. Neither of these proposals was officially initiated by the Academy. The final section of the paper is dedicated to an analysis of Gavro Manojlović’s treatise on Brlić-Mažuranić’s masterpiece, Tales of Long Ago, which was included in the Nobel Prize nomination documents.
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Im vorliegenden Beitrag werden Dokumente und Archivquellen zu Ivana BrlićMažuranićs Aufnahme in die Zagreber Südslawische Akademie der Wissenschaften und Künste besprochen. Aus den Unterlagen geht hervor, dass Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić erst nach Wiederholung des Vorschlags 1937 als korrespondierendes Mitglied in die Akademie aufgenommen wurde. Im Beitrag werden auch die in Zusammenhang mit Ivana Brlić-Mažuranićs Nominierung für den Nobelpreis stehende Briefe und Unterlagen analysiert. Insgesamt gab es vier Nominierungen: Die ersten zwei aus den Jahren 1931 und 1935 zeichnete Gavro Manojlović als damaliger Präsident der Akademie, während die nächsten zwei Gavro Manojlović zusammen mit Albert Bazala, dem neuernannten Akademiepräsidenten, 1937 und 1938 einreichte. Bei den Nominierungen handelt es sich jedoch um keinen offiziellen Vorschlag der Akademie. Im letzten Teil des Beitrags folgt die Auslegung der den Nominierungsunterlagen beigefügten Studie von Gavro Manojlović über Ivana Brlić-Mažuranićs Märchensammlung Aus Urväterzeiten.
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