TIRED PILGRIMS IN FRONT OF THE GATES OR SLOVAK ETHNOLOGY IN EUROPEAN UNION - EUROPEAN UNION IN SLOVAK ETHNOLOGY
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The states, regions and nations on both sides of the iron curtain have very different experience from the period after WWII. After enlargement, the institutions in the Western Europe and in the postcommunist coutries seem to be the same: European. But the reality is different: differences are the outcome of the 'divided history'. In the academic institutions the situation is similar. In this essay, the author focuses the current position of the humanities, and first of all Slovak ethnology facing the process of European integration.
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