Emigrantology. Contribution of Russian studies in Poland to science and research Cover Image

Эминрантология. Научно-исследовательский вклад польской русистики
Emigrantology. Contribution of Russian studies in Poland to science and research

Author(s): Izabela Kowalska-Paszt
Subject(s): Anthropology, Studies of Literature, Belarussian Literature, Bosnian Literature, Bulgarian Literature, Croatian Literature, Czech Literature, Macedonian Literature, Montenegrine Literature, Polish Literature, Russian Literature, Serbian Literature, Slovak Literature, Slovenian Literature, Ukrainian Literature, Scientific Life, Philology
Published by: Polskie Towarzystwo Rusycytyczne
Keywords: emigrantology; emigration studies; Russian emigration; Slavic emigrations; Russian studies in Poland

Summary/Abstract: Based on the literary and cultural material, the article discusses two functions played by the term of emigrantology as a legacy of three waves of Russian emigration in the 20th century. The term was introduced by Lucjan Suchanek to the research space of Slavic emigration. It has systematized the area of intellectual and scientific self-reflection (including literary studies, historiography, philosophy and theology, and cultural studies), which developed in the community of Russian emigration. Additionally, the term provides modelling of the need for interdisciplinary and in the nearest future trans-disciplinary studies on the complex cultural phenomenon of Slavic emigrations. In this particular context, the article presents major research directions and achievements of Russian studies in Poland.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 150
  • Page Range: 78-96
  • Page Count: 19
  • Language: Russian