Polish-AngloSaxon Studies, Vol. 14-15
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- ISSN: 0806-5882
- Category: Polish-AngloSaxon Studies
- Year of publication: 2011
„Polish-AngloSaxon Studies” was initiated in 1987 by Professor Wojciech Lipoński. It is published by the Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland. International and interdisciplinary in scope, it carries original articles on all aspects of cultural relations between Poland and English-speaking nations, in their historical as well as contemporary dimension. It also welcomes review articles and book reviews. It is listed in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) and in Ulrich's Periodicals Directory. It is included in the collections of the British Library, the Library of Congress, the Cambridge University Library, the Yale University Library and other libraries in Poland and worldwide.
KRZYSZTOF KONSTANTY VORBRICH: Three Memoirs of the Forsters – The Polish-Born Participants of Cook’s Second Voyage
WOJCIECH LIPOŃSKI: British Patterns in Polish Agriculture of the Early 19th Century
KLAUDIUSZ BOBOWSKI: Becoming Acquainted with Britons and Their Country: Attempts to Propagate “The British Way” among Poles in the Years 1940-1948
DOMINIKA BUCHOWSKA: Teaching Art in Post-War Britain: The Case of the Borough Group 1945-1953
MARK KECK-SZAJBEL: A Cheap Imitation, or Tourist Innovation? Polish Tourism during State Socialism through Eastern and Western Eyes
JACOB JUNTUNEN: “We Represent the Polish People”: The United States Press’s Portrayal of Tadeusz Kantor’s Cricot 2 Performances at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles
ZUZANA BUCHOWSKA: “Tawacin”: A Polish Journal of American Indian Culture
MACIEJ ŁUCZAK AND TOMASZ SKIRECKI: Polish Fencing Coaches in the United States and Their Contribution to the Development of American Fencing after 1989
ZUZANA BUCHOWSKA, Enigma: The True Story. M. Grajek, Enigma: Bliżej prawdy (Enigma: Closer to the Truth), Rebis, Poznań 2007.
ANIELA KORZENIOWSKA, Remembering the Forsters. K. K. Vorbrich, Memoirs of the Forsters – The Polish-Born Participants of Cook’s Expedition: The Same Voyage, Worlds Apart. Excerpts: Biography; Journals..., Observations..., and Voyage...; Essays Reply... and Letter...; Non-Narrative Legacy, Wydawnictwo Naukowe Contact, Poznań 2009.
JANUSZ KAŹMIERCZAK, “English Warmongers” and the Polish Press. J. Witkowska, The Image of the United Kingdom in Poland during the Stalinist Period, Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego, Szczecin 2009.
|Type of publication||Wydawnictwo ciągłe|
|Number of pages||206|
|Number of publishing sheets||12,00|
|Format [cm]||17,0 x 24,0|
|Type of binding||paperback|