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The topic of the political thinking within the Slovak national movement in 1848 – 1914 has, until recently, been one of those rather marginal ones in Slovak historiography. However, we believe this topic offers very good research and interpretative potential. Therefore it has been chosen as the topic of this issue. We have prepared seven academic studies (as well as two reviews) which analyse particular political or national-ideological concepts and phenomena from various points of view. The texts bring several original approaches as well as new interpretations; therefore we believe that the broader academic public will find them interesting. The texts aim to provide an impulse for new research of this intriguing and often neglected topic

Forum Historiae 2/2013: Slovenské politické myslenie 1848 - 1914
Zostavovatelia: Mgr. Karol Hollý, PhD. - Mgr. Marcel Martinkovič, PhD.
Preklady do angličtiny: Mgr. Matej Hanula, PhD.
Preklady z maďarčiny: Mgr. Diana Duchoňová; PhD., Mgr. Anna Fundárková, PhD. MA; PhDr. Tünde Lengyelová, CSc.
Grafická úprava: Juraj Benko
Autori: József Demmel, PhD.; Mgr. Karol Hollý, PhD.; Mgr. Dana Hučková, CSc.; PhDr. Tomáš Jahelka; Mgr. Ľuboš Kačírek, PhD.; PhDr. Pavol Krištof, PhD.; Mgr. Marcel Martinkovič, PhD.; MSc. László Matus; PhDr. Peter Rusnák, PhD.; Mgr. Miloslav Szabó, PhD.
 
Forum Historiae 2/2013 "Slovenské politické myslenie 1848 - 1914" bolo podporené Agentúrou na podporu výskumu a vývoja na základe zmluvy č. APVV-0119-11 (Slovensko v 19. storočí).
 
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Od Parnasu k redaktorstvu. Spolupráca Kolomana Banšella s Novou školou

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Ľuboš Kačírek
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Ľuboš Kačírek: From Parnassus to the Position of Editor: Cooperation between Koloman Banšell and the Slovak New School

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. The older literary generation distanced itself from the emerging young generation. In combination with more liberal politics of the New School, the younger generation opted for the cooperation with this camp of Slovak politicians. K. Banšell published his contributions in literary almanac of the New School Minerva and in 1871 he published together with P. O. Hviezdoslav almanac Napred where the new generation introduced itself. Although the attacks by the members of the New School against members of the Old School and Slovak National Party made the relationship between Banšell and Bobula's New School ambivalent, he published his contributions in Slovenské noviny (The Slovak Newspapers) and satirical poems in satirical journal Ježibaba (The Witch) using pseudonym. Finally he accepted an offer from editor of Slovenské noviny (April – October 1873) and together with Ján Mallý-Slanický became the author of majority of its leading articles which analyzed the strategy of the national movement for the future. He protected national interest of Slovaks with his articles and defended them from the accusations from Pan-Slavism. He did so not only against supporters of magyarization in Hungary, but also against demands coming from Russia calling for bigger inclination of Austro-Hungarian Slavs to the Russian state. After his departure from the editorial staff he still carried on with his contributions for Slovenské noviny and was active as an educator and later as a Lutheran priest.
 

Bibliografická informácia

Ľuboš Kačírek : Od Parnasu k redaktorstvu. Spolupráca Kolomana Banšella s Novou školou. In Forum Historiae, 2013, roč. 7, č. 2. ISSN 1337-6861.


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Mgr. Ľuboš Kačírek, PhD. (1971) je historik a muzeológ. Pracuje na Katedre etnológie a kultúrnej antropo-lógie, FiF UK v Bratislave. Venuje sa problematike slovenských dejín 19. storočia, slovensko-maďarských a slovensko-slovinských vzťahov v 19. storočí, regionálnym dejinám, dejinám múzejníctva, muzeológii


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