EVERYDAY MILIEUX AND CULTURE OF DISPLACEMENT: A COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION INTO SPACE, PLACE AND (NON)ATTACHMENT WITHIN THE GERMAN-POLISH TWIN CITY GUBEN/GUBIN
- Getting out of the closet: Cultural minorities in Poland cope with oppression. Mucha, Janusz // East European Quarterly;Sep97, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p299
No abstract available.
- Poland: Rebuilding Social Life. Karpinski, Jakub // World Affairs;Winter87/88, Vol. 150 Issue 3, p191
Discusses the reconstruction of the social fabric of the socialist country of Poland. Background of the Solidarity labor union; Opposition to the communist ethos in Poland; Role of the Catholic Cghurch in Poland.
- POLISH CULTURE AS THE NATION'S OWN CULTURE AND AS A FOREIGN CULTURE. Mucha, Janusz // East European Quarterly;Summer2000, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p217
Focuses on the perspectives of several ethnic minorities on the national culture of Poland. Review of related literature on Polish culture; Image of the Polish culture to foreigners; Conclusions.
- `A desire to receive guests.' Lisowski, G. // UNESCO Courier;Feb90, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p16
Describes the conventions of Polish hospitality as they existed before the Second World War. Rural hospitality; Hospitality among the minor nobles; Ceremonious behavior, including the third time of asking; Author's experiences with Danish hospitality.
- Rebirth of a nation. Spruyt, Jillian; Butlin, Howard; Glynn, Noel // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Feb98, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p50
Focuses on the way of living in Poland after the end of domination of the Soviet Union. Increasing knowledge of economic prosperity in the West; Resistance to Communism; Transition to market economy. INSETS: Warsaw.;Gdansk.;Krakow..
- TRIVIA TIME. Slusarczyk, Ellye // Polish American Journal;Feb2012, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p19
A quiz related to Poland is presented.
- Polish holidays are rich in old customs and tradition. Pace, Roza // Business America;Dec96, Vol. 117 Issue 12, p6
Focuses on holidays in Poland. Christmas; New Year's Day; Corpus Christi; Festivities for the Day of Saint John; Feast of the Assumption; All Saints Day; Saint Andrew's Day.
- A Basket of Overflowing Goodness. Slusarczyk, Ellye // Polish American Journal;Apr2010, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p6
The article provides information on the Polish tradition of preparing a family Easter basket filled with symbolic foods served during Easter Sunday.
- Polska - Poland. Naczek, Margaret // Skipping Stones;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p19
The article presents the author's insights on dance as an aspect of Polish culture that comes alive through music, costumes, and steps. The author states that one of the famous Polish dances is the Krakowiak, which originated in Krakow, Poland's old capitol. The author notes that Polish dancing...