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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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Príbeh jedného hlavybôľu. Jozef Justh a martinské memorandum

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József Demmel
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József Demmel: A Story of a Headache: Jozef Justh and the Martin Memorandum

The article offers a new interpretation of history of the Slovak Memorandum from 1861 with the focus on the role of Jozef Justh. He has been mentioned quite often in connection with this document, but he is not a well-known character. Based on the traditional judgment made by his Slovak contemporaries in their memoires, he is considered as a "traitor of the Memorandum" and historiography later adopted this view. This image needs an in-depth correction. For decades, Justh had been influencing the politics of the Turiec County significantly and was the most active actor in discussions and the most experienced speaker who took part in outlining the Memorandum. The goal of his activities in Turčiansky sv. Martin was not to "spy" on Slovak efforts and their subsequent betrayal, but it was neither the attempt for reconciliation between Slovaks and Hungarians as two coequal nations. We can understand his activities only when we apply the method of social drama by Victor Turner on the history of Memorandum. Justh's activities on June 6th and 7th were actually an effort by Hungarian political elites to reintegrate in social sense a separated group (in this case the Slovak national movement) into Hungarian society.

 

Bibliografická informácia

József Demmel : Príbeh jedného hlavybôľu. Jozef Justh a martinské memorandum. In Forum Historiae, 2013, roč. 7, č. 2. ISSN 1337-6861.


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József Demmel, PhD. je vedeckým pracovníkom Výskumného ústavu Slovákov v Maďarsku, ktorý sídli v Bé-kešskej Čabe. Špecializuje sa na proces formovania národov v 19. storočí v kontexte Uhorska, s dôrazom na slovensko – maďarské vzťahy. Je autorom publikácií „… egész Szlovákia elfért egy tutajon…" Tanulmányok a szlovák történelemről a 19. századi Magyarországon. (Pozsony : Kalligram, 2009); A szlovák nemzet születése. Ľudovít Štúr és a szlovák társadalom a 19. századi Magyarországon. (Pozsony : Kalligram, 2011); „ale i tá láska ostala len platonickou". Súkromný život Ľudovíta Štúra. (In OS – Občianska spoločnosť, 3/ 2011) a editorom výberu z prác Ľ. Štúra, B. Grünwalda a M. Mudroňa: Ľudovít Štúr: A szlávok és a jövő világa. Válogatott írások és beszédek. Ed. Demmel József. (Pozsony, Kalligram, 2012); Grünwald Béla – Mudrony Mihály: A Felvidék. Ed.: Demmel József – Kocsis Aranka (Pozsony : Kalligram, 2011).
 


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