Przegląd Wschodni

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Yearly

„Przegląd Wschodni” (Eastern Review)

Nr ISSN 0867-5929

 

Publisher: Centre for East European Studies and  „Przegląd Wschodni”

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Przegląd Wschodni (Eastern Review) is a quarterly academic journal published in conjunction with the Centre for East European Studies since 1991. It is dedicated to the history of Eastern Europe and Russia as a cultural-political region from the Middle Ages up to contemporary times. The most outstanding scholars of history, culture and art history, literature, linguistics, geography, demography, ethnology and other subjects, undertake to analyse a broad range of issues related to the region’s common cultural heritage and differences between nations inhabiting the region.

The subject of works published in Przegląd Wschodni is the broadly understood Eastern European region, which is sometimes expanded to include Siberia, the Kingdom of Poland or even Galicia. Chronologically it encompasses the Middle Ages all the way to the present, with a special emphasis on the turn of the 19th and 20th century and the interwar period. An important contribution of Przegląd Wschodni to the academic world is the publication of
source materials.

The works of authors from different countries in the region are published on the pages of Przegląd Wschodni, often reflecting different points of view on the subject at hand. In this way, the reader is able to compare Polish research with related research conducted in other countries. Przegląd Wschodni also publishes the works of laureates of the Przegląd Wschodni Awards.

Editorial team of „Przegląd Wschodni”

Jan Malicki – editor-in-chief

Jolanta Sikorska-Kulesza – editor

Michał Piekarski – secretariat of the editorial team

Contact:  wydawnictwa.studium@uw.edu.pl

Distribution:wydawnictwa.studium@uw.edu.pl

 

Adress:

Centre for East European Studies

University of Warsaw

Potockich Palace, entrance C, rook C10

26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście str.

00-927 Warsaw

 

Academic Board of „Przegląd Wschodni”:

Andrzej Ajnenkiel, Warsaw (d. 2015)

Stanisław Alexandrowicz, Toruń (d. 2015)

Daniel Beauvois, Paris

Alfreda Bublauskas, Vilnus

Andrzej Ciechanowiecki, London

Norman Davies, Oxford

Roman Dzwonkowski SAC, Lublin

Piotr Eberhardt, Warsaw

Mieczysław Jackiewicz, Olsztyn

Natalia Jakowenko, Kiev

Zbigniew Jasiewicz, Poznań

Adolf Juzwenko, Wrocław

Algis Kaleda, Vilnus

Andrzej Kamiński, Washington

Jerzy Kłoczowski, Lublin

Stefan Kozak, Warsaw

Antoni Kuczyński, Wrocław

Natalia Lebiediewa, Moscow

Piotr Łossowski, Warsaw

Adam Maldzis, Minsk

Stanisław Mossakowski, Warsaw

Stanisław Nicieja, Opole

Bohdan Osadczuk, Berlin (d. 2011)

Jan Ostrowski, Kraków

Jarosław Pelenski, Philadelphia

Wojciech Roszkowski, Warsaw

Władysław Serczyk, Rzeszów

Elżbieta Smułkowa, Warsaw

Bolesław Szostakowicz, Irkutsk (d. 2015)

Roman Szporluk, Cambridge Mass.

Wiktoria Śliwowska, Warszawa

Piotr Wandycz, New Haven

Henryk Wizner, Warsaw

Zbigniew Wójcik, Warsaw (d. 2014)

Janusz Zawodny, Brush Prairie (d. 2012)