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Antun Radić and Ethnological Research of Clothing and Textiles in Croatia: 1896 to 1919
; Department of Human Ecology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Bonifačić, V. (1996). Antun Radić and Ethnological Research of Clothing and Textiles in Croatia: 1896 to 1919. Studia ethnologica Croatica, 7/8(1), 161-178. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/59862
The author discusses the initial framework that Antun Radić proposed for the study of rural culture, with a focus on sections of Radić's questionnaire dealing with clothing and textiles. While Radić proposed to separate the study of folk culture from that of the elite culture in order to evaluate it within the parameters of its own historical circumstances, this paper argues that Radić did not conceive of folk culture as functioning in isolation. On the contrary, in the area of clothing and textiles, Radić inquired about the ways that larger socio-cultural processes affected rural culture in Croatia at the turn of the century. The author also comments on the relevance of Radić's work, and of the ethnographic data based on his questionnaire, for contemporary research of cloth dynamics on the territory of Croatia during the late 19th and early 20th century.
Croatia; Antun Radić; ethnological research; clothing; textiles
Hrčak ID: 59862
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