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Tereza Juhászová

official narrative of Slovak history presented in cultural institutions changed in the years after the fall of the communist regime; I also concentrate on the extent to which these institutions deal with the controversial issues of the Slovak past. In brief, I focus on the exhibition Exchanged Homes (Vymenené domovy) ( Figures 1 – 3 ), which aims to commemorate the fates of Hungarians, Germans, and Slovaks affected by the population transfers. The exhibition explicitly states that its goal is to “build a memorial of this period”. Therefore, the theoretical part of this

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Łukasz P. Wojciechowski and Viktória Babjaková

, vol. 48, no. 3. STONE P. (2006), A Dark Tourism Spectrum: towards a typology of death and macabre related tourist sites, attractions and exhibitions, [in:] Tourism: An Interdisciplinary International Journal , vol. 54, n. 2, pp. 145-160, http://pages.123-reg.co.uk/pstone1-995478/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/dtspectrumpaperphilipstone2006.pdf (11.05.2015). THOMAS L.–V. (1991), Trup. Od biologii do antropologii , Łódź, Wydawnictwo Lodzkie. TOSCANI O. (1996), Reklama je navoňaná zdochlina , Bratislava, Slovart. UNKNOWN AUTHOR. If I

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Elisabeth Kovtiak

first part, I have carried out discourse analysis of museums’ permanent exhibitions that are thematically connected to the Soviet Past: Museum of Soviet Occupation and National Art Museum, which are the parts of the National Museum of Georgia and Joseph Stalin Museum in Gori. The second part of my research was a participant covert observation with a series of ethnographic interviews. A total of 15 interviews with vendors and visitors of the market were held to explore their personal attitudes to the market, motivations for the visit, and their opinions about the