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State, society and intelligentsia : modern Poland and its regional context /
Janusz Zarnowski.
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Aldershot, Hampshire ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate/Variorum, c2003.
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1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0860789004 (alk. paper)
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Aldershot, Hampshire ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate/Variorum, c2003.
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0860789004 (alk. paper)
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English, French and German.
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4823912
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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The subject of this volume is the social and political history of East-Central Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries, with particular emphasis on Polish society in the interwar period (1918-1939) and the role of the intelligentsia. These articles make available the results of work otherwise published only in the author's books in Polish. The first part deals with key themes in the history of the last two centuries: nationalism and the nation state, the role of culture in the recovery of Polish independence, the Versailles system, and the growth of authoritarianism and fascism. The second part focuses on the history of Polish society in the 20th century, highlighting the extraordinary importance of the intelligentsia in modern Poland. Two articles also discuss the impact of new technologies and media in interwar Poland.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgementsp. xiii
State and Society in East-Central Europe, 19th-20th Centuries
Remarques sur l'evolution de l'idee nationale et de la conscience nationale en Pologne aux XVIIIe et XIXe siecles (Pensiero Politico, IV, No. 1, Florence, 1971)p. 73
The Role of Polish Culture in the Polish Nation's Liberation Strivings (Polish Western Affairs, XV, No. 2, Poznan, 1979)p. 179
The Emergence of the System of National States in Central Europe (1918) (Acta Poloniae Historica, Vol. XXV, Warsaw, 1972)p. 57
L'Europe de Versailles, 1918-1923 Nationalites et securite collective (Acta Poloniae Historica, Vol. 47, Warsaw, 1983)p. 81
Arbeiter und Nationalismus in Polen vom Ende des zweiten Welkrieges bis in die Gegenwart (Beitrage zur Geschichte de Arbeiterbewegung, Jg. 36, No. 2, Berlin, 1994)p. 47
Authoritarian Systems in Central and South-Eastern Europe (1918-1939). Analogies and Differences (Dictatorships in East-Central Europe, 1918-1939, ed. J. Zarnowski, Wrocklaw, 1983)p. 9
Fascist Systems and Authoritarian Regimes Their Basic Features (Acta Universitatis Vratislaviensis, No. 423, Studies on Fascism and Hitlerite Crimes V, Wrocklaw, 1981)p. 123
East-Central Europe as a Periphery of "Genuine Europe"? (Acta Poloniae Historica, Vol. LXXXII, Warsaw, 2000)p. 171
Social Structure and the Intelligentsia in Modern Poland
Social Structure of Poland, 1918-1939 (Archiv fur Sozialgeschichte, Bd XXV, Bonn, 1985)p. 601
Social Inequalities in 20th Century Poland (Quantitative History of Society and Economy. Some International Studies, eds. Konrad H. Jarausch and Wilhelm H. Schroder, St Katharinen, 1987p. 94
The Polish Intelligentsia between the Intellectual Elite and the Middle Class. Typicality and the Peculiarity of the Polish Social Stratum (Korea and Poland. The Process of Modernization in Historical Perspective. A Collection of Papers edited by Jie Huyn Lim and Michal Sliwa, Cracow, 1997)p. 177
The Historical Role of the Intelligentsia in East-Central and South-Eastern Europe (Eastern Europe and Latin America in the 20th Century, 14, I parte, Warszawa, 1992)p. 351
The Old and the New Roles of the Intelligentsia in Poland (Acta Poloniae Historica, Vol. LXXXIII, Warsaw, 2001)p. 135
Learned Professions in Poland, 1918-1939 (Professions in Modern Eastern Europe/Professionen im Modernen Osteuropa. Giessener Abhandlungen zur Agrar-und Wirtschaftsforschung des Europaischen Ostens, Vol. 207, Berlin, 1995)p. 407
Techniques et Civilisation dans la Pologne d'entre-deux-guerres 1918-1939 (Acta Poloniae Historica, Vol. XLIX, Warsaw, 1984)p. 105
The Impact of New Technology on Cultural Life in Poland, 1918-1939 (Society and Culture. Poland in Europe. Studies in Social History. Poland at the 18th International Congress of Historical Sciences in Montreal, ed. M. Bogucka, Warsaw, 1995)p. 134
Die Folgewirkungen von Krieg und Okkupation und die Entwicklung der sozialen Klassen in Polen 1945-1948 (Paper delivered at the Conference of the Collegium Carolinum in Bad Wiessee, Bavaria, November 1995)p. 1
Sozialgeschichte in Polen (with Anna Zarnowska) (Sozialgeschichte im internationalen Uberlick. Ergebnisse und Tendenzen der Forschung, ed. J. Kocka, Darmstadt, 1989)p. 141
Indexp. 1
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