Slovene Research Institute Award goes to Janoš Ježovnik
Janoš Ježovnik is the recipient of Slovene Research Institute‘s Award, which he received for his doctoral thesis Internal Phonological and Accentual Differentiation of the Tersko Dialect of Slovene. The award for the best master’s thesis was awarded to Nastja Slavec, since Fall this year employed as a junior researcher at the Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies of ZRC SAZU, for her work “To have” Irish in Corca Dhuibhne: Language Ideologies and Practices in a Minority Language Community. The awards were presented at the Institute’s 42th general assembly on 11 September in Gorizia.
The Slovene Research Institute has operated in the Italian Slovene community for 46 years. It rewards university theses that contribute in an important or original manner to the knowledge on the Slovene community in Italy, and seeks to encourage young and perspective scholars towards further study and research.
Janoš Ježovnik has also been awarded the ZRC SAZU Silver Award.
We sincerly congratulate the recipient!