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Živko Kustić Collection

The front page of Živko Kustić's novel Zaljubljeni robovi (Slaves in Love) from 1973

The Živko Kustić Collection represents a source for the study of Catholic journalism and Catholicism in Croatia generally as one of the forms of the culture of dissent in the socialist period. It is a private collection owned by Kustić's granddaughter Lucija Mihaljević.

Location

Languages

  • Croatian
  • Italian

Name of collection

  • The Živko Kustić Collection

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content

Content

  • manuscripts (ego-documents, diaries, notes, letters, drafts, etc.): 1000-
  • photos: 100-499
  • publications (books, newspapers, articles, press clippings): 1000-

Operator(s)

  • Mihaljević, Lucija

Owner(s)

Stakeholder(s) of the collection

  • Mihaljević, Lucija

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • international

Founder(s)

Date of founding

  • 1940

Place of founding

Creator(s) of content

Collector(s)

Important events in the history of the collection

Access type

  • all closed to the public

Publications

Author(s) of this page

  • Kljaić, Stipe

References

Kustić, Živko. Don Jurina pisma [Rev. Jure's letters]. Zagreb: Alfa, 2009.

Kustić, Živko. “Sedamnaest stoljeća svetog prkosa ”, Glas Koncila, 22 October 1972, 1.

Kustić, Živko. Zaljubljeni robovi [Slaves in love]. Zagreb: Kršćanska sadašnjost, 1973.

Lončarević, Vladimir. “Hrvatska katolička književnost” [Croatian Catholic literature (1945-1990)], Kroatologija, 8 (2017), no. 1-2: 1-28.

Mikić, Anto. "Crkveno i društveno značenje Glasa Koncila od 1963. do 1972. [The ecclesiastical and social meaning of Glas Koncila from 1963 to 1972]." Ph.D. diss., University of Zagreb, 2016.

Mihaljević, Lucija, interview by Kljaić, Stipe , June 14, 2018. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

Last edited on: 2019-04-05 10:37:35