|Založba /*cf. Zavod za založniško in raziskovalno dejavnost|
|Dalmatinova 2/I, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 434 4431, 386 (0) 31 386 664|
|Fax||386 (0) 1 430 0859|
|Alvina Žuraj, Editor in chief|
|Amelia Kraigher, Managing editor|
- Blue series – The Making of Europe 2004 (5 books), 2004
- Blue series – The Making of Europe 2003 (5 books), 2003
- 24 May to 27 May 2018
programme and the editor at Založba /*cf appearing at the European Festival of the First Novel at in ,
- 6 January to 14 January 2018
Workshops by the illustrator KUD AAC Zrakogled), LUD Literatura, Goga Publishing House, Založba /*cf and Mladinska knjiga Publishing House, with EU-Focus, supported by the Slovenian Book Agency, at the New Delhi World Book Fair in ,
programme organiser , readings and panels with writers , , and , lectures by ethnologist , also (
The books appear in several series: the Red, Lilac, Orange, Yellow, Green and Blue series, the Kaif series, the Pocket series and the Extra and Varia series. Each series has a slightly different focus: for example, the Red series as the main series is composed of translations of important works in the field of humanities and social sciences, while the Orange one is dedicated to Slovene books in the same field; selected works of non-European literature are published in the Kaif series, the Lilac series focuses on feminist theory; the Blue edition is dedicated to The Making of Europe and related issues; the Green series is composed of works of fiction, the Yellow brings essays and biographies, and Varia series consists of photographic monographies and travelogues. Shorter texts are published in the Extra series. The Pocket series is released in co-operation with SCCA-Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts and its subject is modern art.
In 2003 Založba /*cf launched its translation of the series The Making of Europe conceived in five languages by Jacques Le Goff for a network of five European publishing houses – the first part featured texts by Umberto Eco, Hagen Schulze, Franco Cardini, Jack Goody, and Joseph Fontana, the last 3 out of 18 books were by Jacques Le Goff, Luciano Canfora, and Peter Brown. The project was conceived as a professional series on European themes, simultaneously accessible to a wider public. In 2003 and 2004 Založba /*cf got a grant for the translations in this series from the Culture 2000 programme of the European Commission.
Založba /*cf has been collaborating with (among others): Howard Fertig Publisher (NY, USA), Penguin Random House LCC/Knopf Doubleday Rights (NY, USA), Melville House Publishing (NY, USA), Fischer Verlag Gmbh (Germany), Suhrkamp Verlag (Germany).
Založba /*cf received many awards, for example the Jerman Award, accolade given each year for the translation of a work in the humanities and social sciences into Slovenian language, Alenka Mercina recived it for translation of LTI-Lingua Tertii Imperii (Govorica tretjega rajha) by Victor Klemperer in 2016