Krvoločni osvajalci in hudičevi vojaki: »Turki« kot »barbari« v ideoloških diskurzih in slovenski folklori<br>The Bloodthirsty Conquerors and the Devil’s Soldiers: “the Turks” as “Barbarians” in Ideological Discourses and Slovene Folklore</br>

  • Anja Mlakar Oddelek za arheologijo, FF, Univerza v Ljubljani, Zavetiška 5, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Keywords: the Turkish raids, barbarians, Slovene folklore, the Other, demonization

Abstract

This paper presents and compares the image of “the barbaric Turk” in the politicalideological discourses and the perception of “the Turk” as a dangerous, cosmos-disturbing Foreigner in Slovene folklore. The centuries-old concept of “the barbarian”, ideological propaganda and the archaic fear of the threatening Outsider in traditional culture all contributed in the process formation of a certain imagery of “the Turk”.

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Published
2014-10-13
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Mlakar A. Krvoločni osvajalci in hudičevi vojaki: »Turki« kot »barbari« v ideoloških diskurzih in slovenski folklori<br>The Bloodthirsty Conquerors and the Devil’s Soldiers: “the Turks” as “Barbarians” in Ideological Discourses and Slovene Folklore</br&gt;. Studia [Internet]. 2014Oct.13 [cited 2020May25];170:221-42. Available from: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/sms/article/view/1503
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RAZISKOVALNE METODE IN INTERPRETACIJE LJUDSKEGA IZROČILA / RESEARCH METHODS AND INTERPRETATIONS OF FOLK TRADITIONS