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Bukowina. Wspólne dziedzictwo kulturowe i językowe
Bukovina: Common Cultural and Linguistic Heritage

Contributor(s): Helena Krasowska (Editor), Magdalena Pokrzyńska (Editor), Ewa Wróblewska-Trochimiuk (Editor)
Subject(s): Anthropology, Social Sciences, Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Western Slavic Languages, Culture and social structure
ISSN: 1230-1302
Published by: Instytut Slawistyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk
Keywords: linguistic heritage; cultural heritage; Bukovina; community; common heritage; heritage of memory
Summary/Abstract: This collective monograph comes as a result of intellectual work undertaken jointly by the American, German, Moldovan, Polish, Romanian and Ukrainian scholars who participated in the international conference entitled “Bukowina: Wspólne dziedzictwo kulturowe i językowe” (Bukovina: Common Cultural and Linguistic Heritage), held in Jastrowie, Poland, in June 2019. The present volume, which contains extended versions of their papers, is conceived as a collection providing different perspectives on the issue of cultural heritage. The cultures and languages of Bukovina have also inspired contributions which go beyond the issues of the region but are related to it in the geographical or cultural sense. The invited authors represent various perspectives and fields of study: linguistics, cultural studies, literary studies, history, political studies, sociology, ethnology and art history. The list of contributors includes experienced scholars and young promising researchers studying the cultural and linguistic richness of the historical Bukovina, the Carpathian region and Central Europe. The volume consists of three parts. The first one includes contributions on language as cultural heritage. The second part is devoted to the memory of heritage. Part three presents cultural heritage in social and creative activity.

  • E-ISBN-13: 978-83-66369-35-1
  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-83-66369-34-4
  • Page Count: 388
  • Publication Year: 2020
  • Language: Romanian, Polish, Ukrainian