10 results found for: subject:"Marriage--Serbia"

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1966 Aug. 12 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes includes details from a conversation with Filip on the following topics; cooperative living, families migrating from village to town to city, the changing concept of family, marriage, wages at the factory, and the factory catering service.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1966 July 10 – 1966 July 13

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - These field notes begin with notes on an interview with Z on inheritance, relationships and law in marriage, family responsibility, differences in the generations, buying a car for his son, changes in the village and differences between the village and the city. The field notes continue with notes on the following topics; marriage, a visit to Radojka with details on the home, beekeeping, qua... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 June 29 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes based on an interview with Z. and L., includes details on the following topics; deaths and marriages in the village, work groups in the fields, weather, infidelity, marriage and black magic.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1966 July 22 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes contains details on the following topics; a man who was killed in a tractor accident, the jobs of a villager, improvements such as plumbing for water and private trucks, an interview with an old woman about her marriage, working the land, her health and family.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May 2 – 1954 May 7

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Begins with a description of the May Day parade in Belgrade, the conversations shared with people in a cafe and then goes on to answer questions from letters received. The letter continues with notes from an interview with Dimitrijevic, conversations between people in the village and miscellaneous notes on topics such as manners, customs, language and opinions. It then shifts to notes on t... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 Jan. 29 – 1954 Jan. 30

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Begins with an anecdote about Z's impression of life in Yugoslavia before the war when capitalism caused people to only look out for themselves versus life under Tito where people had opportunity and money to save. Joel then writes more notes about the tradition of bringing food to the graveyard for the dead. In once instance he witnessed a group of gypsies from another village come to ... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1962 Apr. 26 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes, taken from interviews with various people in the village, includes details on the following subjects; families, homes, possessions, marriage, menstruation, sex, childbirth, children, nursing, occupations, clothing, slavas, soap, hygiene and land.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1962 Apr. 27 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes begins with page 2 and is taken from interviews with various people in the village. Details are on the following topics; children, breastfeeding, marriage, family, menstruation, pregnancy, abortion, sex, soap and hygiene.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes consists of transcripts from interviews with women in Orasac. The names of the interviewees have been redacted in the scans. The page numbering on the physical pages is incorrect. The topics covered in the interviews include; families, marriage, arranged marriage, homes, land holdings, livestock, education, occupations, clothing, menstruation, folk music, health an... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1966 July 24 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes includes details on the following topics; continuation of an interview with an old woman from the village about her husband, home, hail, buying land, housing and food. Another interview with a villager details being a mason, land, his childhood, being in the army, marriage, his home, plumbing, reading, leisure time, clothing and road improvements. The next section i... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers