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The Resource East and Central European History Writing in Exile 1939-1989

East and Central European History Writing in Exile 1939-1989

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East and Central European History Writing in Exile 1939-1989
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East and Central European History Writing in Exile 1939-1989
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eng
Summary
The studies in East and Central European History Writing in Exile 1939-1989 offer concise analysis of the organization and the intellectual work of historians exiled from the Baltic States, including Baltic Germans, Belorusia, Ukraine, and Poland in the West
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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On the Boundary of Two Worlds Ser
East and Central European History Writing in Exile 1939-1989
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East and Central European History Writing in Exile 1939-1989
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • East and Central European History Writing in Exile1939-1989 -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction -- PART 1: Constituting Exile -- Estonian Historians in Exile: Organisation and Publication -- Transnational Contacts and Cross-Fertilization among Baltic Historians in Exile, 1968-1991 -- Baltic Historiography in West German Exile -- Remaining Loyal: Latvian Historians in Exile 1945-1991 -- Ukrainian Historical Writing in North America during the Cold War: Striving for "Normalcy" -- Belarusian Historians in Exile: New Circumstances, Old Problems -- Fr. Prof. Walerian Meysztowicz and the Polish Historical Institute in Rome -- Polish Exile Historians at the International Historical Congresses -- To Be a Polish Historian in Exile: Semantic and Methodological Remarks -- PART 2: Transfer of Knowledge -- Homeland Livland and "Exile" in the German Fatherland: Reinhard Wittram (1902-1973) and his Attitudes towards Baltic History, 1925-1964 -- How To Become A Perfect Danish-Estonian Historian: Homage to Vello Helk -- Polish Historiography in Exile: On Selected Works and Ideas of Oskar Halecki, Henryk Paszkiewicz and Marian Kukiel -- The Shape of Europe in the Works of Oskar Halecki, Józef Mackiewicz, and Marian Kukiel -- Polish Exile Periodicals as a Dialogue Forum: Teki Historyczne, Polish Review, Zeszyty Historyczne -- PART 3: New Styles of Thought -- Generations in Baltic German Historical Writing, 1919-2009 -- History Writing in Exile and in the Homeland after World War II: Some Comparative Aspects -- In Whose Name is the Story Told? The Émigré Critique of Method in the Historiography of the Polish People's Republic -- The Figure of "Antemurale" in the Historiography at Home and in Exile -- A "Polish Connection" in American Sovietology Or the Old Homeland Enmities in the New Host Country Humanities
  • The Idea of Latvian National History in Exile: Continuity and Discontinuity -- Name Index
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (445 pages)
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online
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9789004299696
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