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Svakodnevica plemićke obitelji Zrinski u XVI. i XVII. stoljeću – izvori i nastavne metode


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Švenda, Martina. (2013). Svakodnevica plemićke obitelji Zrinski u XVI. i XVII. stoljeću – izvori i nastavne metode. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of History. [mentor Štefanec, Nataša].

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Something what occurs every day in life is typically considered ordinary, conventional and just regular. Though everyday life is many things, when we begin to think about it, we start to consider parts of life that are still undiscovered, lying in the ocean of political events. When studying history of everyday life it is inevitable that we will ask questions about objectivity as fragmentary evidence give us an overall view of the studied everyday life. The history of everyday life is a part of the so-called new history which cannot be simply defined as total or structural history, as it is only united in the things that it opposes. The new history is written as a reaction to traditional paradigm, which claims that only politics is in the range of history’s interest. On the other hand, new history encompasses every human activity, as well as in the area of interests and themes such as childhood, death, madness, climate, smells and hygiene. New history as evidence uses not only documents, but also visual, oral or statistical documentation. This research paper depicts the studies of the everyday life of Zrinski noble family in the XVI and XVII centuries. It describes the interior design of their palace in Čakovec as well as the way they dressed and ate. These aspects of everyday life may seem unrelated; however they are actually one complex. As today many people live in decorated houses and apartments, and favor fashion and culture as well as gourmet delights. The aim of this thesis is to reconstruct at least one aspect of the everyday life of the Zrinski noble family through the use of inventories, portraits, apparel and delicacies. By using historical sources and practical reproductions, this thesis will commemorate the ordinary, yet extravagant daily events of the Zrinski noble family.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: svakodnevica; rani novi vijek; Zrinski
Subjects: History
Departments: Department of History
Supervisor: Štefanec, Nataša
Date Deposited: 03 Dec 2013 08:56
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2014 23:24

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