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Kulturna zapuščina Slavka Gruma v Šmartnem pri Litiji : diplomsko delo
Sitar, Danijela (Author), Pezdirc-Bartol, Mateja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Diplomsko delo se ukvarja s kulturno zapuščino Slavka Gruma v Šmartnem pri Litiji in poskuša ugotoviti, v kolikšni meri je vplival na kraj. Zanima nas, na kak način je Slavko Grum biografsko povezan s Šmartnim, kako je Šmartno dojemal in ga zapisal v pismih in kakšna je kulturna podoba Šmartnega, nastala pod njegovim vplivom, ki se odraža preko poimenovanj ustanov, obeležij in organizacije dogodkov. Po pregledu biografije Slavka Gruma sledi ugotovitev, da Šmartno ni le njegov rojstni kraj, pač ga je redno obiskoval med študijskimi počitnicami, vsaj do jeseni 1926, poleg tega pa ga je s Šmartnim povezovala močna vez z njegovo muzo Jožo Debelak, prav tako Šmarčanko. Do Šmartnega Slavko Grum goji dvojen odnos: hkrati ga dojema kot domač dom in hkrati kot dolgočasno podeželsko mesto. Po Slavku Grumu je v Šmartnem poimenovana ena lokacija, rojstna hiša je označena s spominsko ploščo, hišo je prenovila prejšnja lastnica in ostaja v zasebni lasti. Dogajanje v povezavi s kulturno zapuščino Slavka Gruma ni enakomerno, pač pa strnjeno ob obletnicah rojstva in smrti, tudi ob prihajajoči 120-letnici rojstva se načrtuje več dogodkov: izid dveh knjig s tematiko Slavka Gruma in postavitev njegovega kipa. Večje zanimanje za Gruma se šele prebuja, v načrtih je odprtje Grumovega ustvarjalnega centra, ki bi poskrbel za celostno skrb za Grumovo in splošno lokalno kulturno dediščino, a prihodnost tega centra ostaja nedorečena.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:kulturna dediščina, prostor in literatura, Slavo Grum, Šmartno pri Litiji, Joža Debelak
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
Publisher:[D. Sitar]
Number of pages:44 str.
UDC:929Grum S.
COBISS.SI-ID:33609475 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Slavo Grum's cultural heritage in Šmartno pri Litiji
Abstract:
The diploma paper deals with the cultural heritage of Slavko Grum in Šmartno pri Litiji and the impact he left on the village. The research focuses on the author’s biographical connection to Šmartno, his understanding and portrayal of the place in his letters and the cultural image of Šmartno that developed under his influence which is apparent in the names of establishments, memorials and organised events. His biography suggests that Šmartno was not only Grum’s place of birth, but also a destination he regularly visited during his holiday, at least till 1926. He also developed a strong bond with his muse, Joži Debelak, who was also from Šmartno. Grum had an ambivalent attitude towards the town. It was a place he called home as well as a boring rural town. Šmartno has named one location after the author. The house of his birth is marked with a memorial plaque and was renovated by the former owner. The house remains in private possession. Celebrations regarding Grum’s cultural heritage are inconsistent, centred mostly around the days marking his birth and death. Many events are planned for the upcoming 120th anniversary of his birth, including the publishing of two books on Slavko Grum and uncovering his statue. Though we can observe an increase in the interest in Slavko Grum, the plans for establishing Grum’s creative centre which would care for the author’s and the local cultural heritage, remain unclear.

Keywords:cultural heritage, place and literature, Slavko Grum, Šmartno pri Litiji, Joža Debelak

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