123 results found for: subject:"Ethnology--Serbia"

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1954 Apr. 30 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - Consists of statistics written in Serbian.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 July 4 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes consists of a listing of Z. and L.'s kin relationships outside of the Stojanovic lineage.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 Feb. 5

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Regarding nicknames of people in the village, court cases, and the exchange of labor.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 Feb. 19 – 1954 Feb. 21

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - This letter begins with the story of the trip from Belgrad to the village, the warm welcome they received and the activities that kept them and the children busy during the harsh winter. The letter then moves on to list miscellaneous statistics.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 July 6 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This page of field notes refers back to the list of kin relationships in a previous set of notes. It also goes into detail on Z's income from cheese making.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 July 8 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes includes details on the following topics; weather, an interview with Milosav's daughter, climate change, hardships.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 Feb. 5 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Begins with personal notes and stories and then continues with field notes on the subjects of labor exchange and the Nedic family genealogy.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 June 26 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes taken from an interview with Z. Includes details on the topic of land holdings.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 Mar. 8 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Begins with details of the various students that they talk with when in Belgrade whose conversation always turns to politics and communism in particular. They enjoy pointing out how misguided America is and how Americans will never understand the soul of Yugoslavia. Then there is a story about the frustrating ordeal trying to buy a map, another story about discussing politics with some intel... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 Mar. 7 – 1954 Mar. 8

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Begins by explaining the details of trading some items for a gusla, and the trip back to Belgrade including the people they met on the train and the reactions they received from others. It then lists the various tasks and trips they will accomplish while outside the village.

Joel M. Halpern Papers