Jagiello, Michal
July 2001
Dialogue & Universalism;2001, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p51
Academic Journal
Part III. Focuses on the cross-cultural pollination of Ruthenian or Byelorussian and Polish culture, the faltering rise of a modern Byelorussian nation, and the course of Polish-Byelorussian relations until World War II. Shared cultural and historical inheritance; Rise of a Byelorussian national consciousness; Period of political subjugation and cultural decline; Modern reemergence of Byelorussian statehood.


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