Phd in sociology, research assistant, PhD

Address:                 Raziskovalna postaja ZRC SAZU Prekmurje

                                 Petanjci 19/a

                                 9251 Tišina

Research interests

Ivanka works at the Department for interdisciplinary research and is currently located at the Prekmurje Research station. Her research focuses on socio-historical aspects of family life in Prekmurje (Goričko) in the 20th century. Particularly, she is interested in individual’s turning points in life.

Apart from this, here research interests also entail education in relation to the social environment and socio-demographic frameworks.

Selected publications

Šolstvo na Goričkem od srede 19. do srede 20. stoletja, Ivanka Huber. 2009

"Na küjkli" : Angleži v Murski Soboti, Ivanka Huber, Ana Hofman, Oto Luthar, Ivanka Huber, Martin Pogačar, Mateja Ratej, Alenka Vončina. 2011. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU

Proščenje, Ivanka Huber, Valerija Babij, Oto Luthar, Janez Balažic, Milan Bidovec, Helena Dobrovoljc, Ivanka Huber, Miha Jeršek, Jasmina Litrop, Goran Miloševič, Miha Pavšek, Jelka Pšajd, Mateja Ratej, Klaudija Sedar, Valentina Smej Novak, Dušan Šarotar. 2010. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU

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Selected projects

(Re)construction of memory of Turning Points in Slovenian History of the 20th Century (fundamental research project • 1 May 201015 March 2014)

Curriculum Vitae

Current post

Centre for interdisciplinary research, Research station ZRC SAZU Prekmurje, Petanjci, Slovenia

Education

PhD in sociology, 2012, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, Department of Sociology, Thesis Title: Sociological Aspects of Microhistory of Family Life in the 20th Century on the Periphery of Central Europe: Villages Kančevci and Križevci and Their Families

BA, 2007, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, Department of Sociology; 2007, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures

Languages

Slovene (mother tongue), Serbo-Croatian (fluent), English, German

Research interests

microhistory of family life in the periphery of Central Europe in the 20th century; family and individual in Goričko in the 20th century; turning points in life; cultural and social image of Prekmurje inthe  20th century; life stories; sociology of family, sociology of everyday life, social and cultural history