Tichomirow Andrzej, Belarusian Review Working Papers, 01

Belarusian Review Working Papers

Polish National Minority In Belarus As A Research Problem


Месца выхаду: Прага

Дата выхаду: 2014-10

Выдавец: Беларуска-Амэрыканскае Задзіночаньне

Выдавецкая сэрыя: Working Papers

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Кнігазбор: KAMUNIKAT — гэты сайт (электронны варыянт)

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Author: ANDRZEJ TICHOMIROW, M.A. in History (2000, Janka Kupala State University, Hrodna) and in EastCentral European and Post-Soviet Studies (2004, University of Warsaw), currently PhD candidate at Ludwik and Aleksander Birkenmajer Institute for the History of Science (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw). His research interests include history of ideas in the 19th century, historical and contemporary national minorities in Belarus, and politics of memory. He is a recipient of the 2014 Annual Award for Best Academic Publication, established by the International Congress of Belarusian Studies.

Беларускія аўтары: Tichomirow Andrzej

Каталёг: Kamunikat.org

Пэрыёдыка: Belarusian Review Working Papers

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Tichomirow Andrzej, Polish National Minority In Belarus As A Research Problem

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