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Jewish Autobiographical Writing. Memoirs of Moses Vasertsug (c. 1760–1832)

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 7 February 2024 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Anna Michałowska-Mycielska

“An Unexpectedly Transgressive Subject of Twentieth-Century History”: How to Write (and Why to Read) about Communist Women Today

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 7 February 2024 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Agnieszka Mrozik

Conceptualizing Inter-religious Relations in the Ottoman Empire: The Early Modern Centuries

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 10 August 2018 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Eleni Gara

Peasant Communities in Interwar Poland’s Eastern Borderlands: Polish Historiography and the Local Story

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 January 2014 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Olga Linkiewicz

Romania’s Peculiar Way in the Landscapes of Bucharest, 1806–1906

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 January 2015 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Błażej Brzostek

An Ordinary Man, a National Hero, a Polish Palach? Some Thoughts on the Memorialization of Ryszard Siwiec in the Czech-Polish Context

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 July 2016 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Sabine Stach

Commemoration of the 1905 Revolution in the Industrial City. The Case of Łódź

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 30 January 2023 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Kamil Śmiechowski

Some Issues of National Assimilation and Linguistic-Ethnic Borderland (In the Area of Former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy)

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 31 January 2013 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Józef Chlebowczyk

The Bishops of the Diocese of Vilnius and Lithuanian Domestic Politics in 1709–17: Attitudes, Problems, and Solutions

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 8 August 2022 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Mindaugas Šapoka

Historical Memory Research in Slovakia

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 31 January 2012 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Alica Kurhajcová

Auto-da-fe in Lwów in 1728: The Jan Filipowicz Trial and Jewish Re-Conversion to Judaism in the Early Modern Poland

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 10 August 2018 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Adam Kaźmierczyk

Aid Organisations and Prison Ministry in Communist Poland and Their Role in the Resocialisation of Prisoners after 1980

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 January 2019 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Grzegorz Kudlak | Mateusz Zimny

The ‘Righteous’ as an Element of Transnational Memory Politics: The Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust and the Memory of the Rescue of Jews during the Second World War

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 8 August 2022 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Zofia Wóycicka

Merited, (Un)Appreciated, (Un)Remembered: Women in Educational and Social Policy Sciences as a Scholarly Discipline in Poland, 1900–39

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 10 October 2018 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Aneta Bołdyrew

Foreign Residents in Warsaw, 1945–1956

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 31 January 2014 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Jerzy Kochanowski

The Gender Order and the Disassembling She-Protagonists: Polish Academic Culture in the First Half of the Twentieth Century as an Illustrative Example

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 10 October 2018 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Iwona Dadej

‘Per popolo e per confini’. Florentine tavola delle possessioni and the Property Registration in the Middle of the Fourteenth Century

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 February 2020 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Anna Pomierny-Wąsińska

Research on the Cities of Pre-Partition Poland in the Last Decade (Trends, Achievements, Perspectives): Bibliographical Survey

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 30 January 2023 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Piotr Okniński

The Tatar-Cossack Invasion of 1648: Military Actions, Material Destruction and Demographic Losses in the Land of Przemyśl

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 January 2012 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Andrzej Gliwa

The Imperial German Board of Archives in Warsaw: A Paradigmatic Example of the ‘Moral Conquest’ Policy in the Polish Territory during the First World War

JOURNAL ARTICLE published 1 July 2016 in Acta Poloniae Historica

Authors: Arkadiusz Stempin