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Colloquia Humanistica
Colloquia Humanistica

Publishing House: Instytut Slawistyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk
Subject(s): History, Social Sciences
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2081-6774
Online-ISSN: 2392-2419
Status: Active

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Short Description

The yearly volume “Coloquia Humanistica” creates a space for discussion and exchange of achievements between humanists in Poland but also in foreign centers; it has the potential of becoming a showcase of Polish humanities and a prestigious title: this is why the opening issue is being presented now in English. The following volumes, also scheduled to be issued in English, will provide a forum for discussion focusing on the status of the so-called minor cultures. This concept opens an area of research into cultures which evolved in regions perceived as belonging not only to a “lesser Europe,” cultures fascinating to scholars, such as for instance the culture of Sephardic Jews in the territory of the Balkans. The present issue offers an until now unpublished Ladino source translated into Polish, a text of enormous significance for further research in the South-Eastern European region; it is our intention to continue presenting new and unpublished texts in the following volumes of the periodical. We expect that the “Colloquia Humanistica,” this new annual publication being now offered to the readers, be a periodical of high scholarly standards but at the same time of a lively nature, not in the sense of swift reactions to passing sensations but as offering timely support to the idea of scholarly exchange, i.e., debate, argument, creative discussion and not partisan interpretations from the point of view of specific discipline or ideologies. In other words, a Colloquium.