Journal article

Polish Institute of Arts & Sciences of America (2014)

The Polish Review nr 1, 2014

Journal The Polish Review nr 1, 2014
Number/Volume 1/2014

ISSN: 00322970

21 maja b.r. ukazał się numer specjalny kwartalnika naukowego „The Polish Review" (nr 1, 2014), zredagowany przez profesor Halinę Filipowicz (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA). Numer ten prezentuje nowe ujęcia metodologiczne w dziedzinie women's i gender studies.

Spis treści:

Halina Filipowicz, “Am I That Name?" Feminism, Feminist Criticism, and Gender Studies (pp. 3-15)

Ursula Phillips, Narcyza Żmichowska's Novel from Life. Czy to powieść? (Is This a Novel?) (1876) (pp. 17-34)

Renata Ingbrant, In Search of the New Man Changing Masculinities in Late Nineteenth-Century Polish Novels (pp. 35-52)

Joanna Kot, Non-Recognition and Mourning A Means of Change in a Few Interwar Polish Dramas (pp. 53-67)

Bożena Karwowska, Exile in Postwar Polish Women's Prose (pp. 69-86)

Lynn Lubamersky, Unique and Incomparable. The Exceptional Life of the First Female Doctor in Poland, Regina Salomea Pilsztynowa (pp. 87-100)

RECENZJE

Lynn Lubamersky, Kith, Kin, and Neighbors: Communities and Confessions in Seventeenth- Century Wilno by David Frick (pp. 101-103)

Ursula Phillips, Akuszerki transformacji. Kobiety, literatura i władza w Polsce po 1989 [Midwives of transformation: women, literature, and power in Poland after 1989] by Agnieszka Mrozik (pp. 104-107)

Halina Filipowicz, Women's Voices and Feminism in Polish Cultural Memory by Urszula Chowaniec and Ursula Phillips (pp. 107-109)

Grażyna Kozaczka, How to Get into the Twin Palms by Karolina Waclawiak (pp. 110-112)

Karolina Szczepańska-Wróbel, Nigdy nie rodzi się byle kto. . . by Malina Stahre-Godycka (pp. 112-114)

Sophie Straube, Polska w Nowym Jorku. Idee, spory, nadzieje emigracji politycznej w latach 1940–1990 by Wiesława Piątkowska-Stepaniak (pp. 114-118)

Anna M. Clienciala, Oskar Halecki 1891–1973: Eulogies and Reflections by Thaddeus V. Gromada; Jerzy Wyrozumski (pp. 118-120)

Letters to the Editor (pp. 121-126)

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The Polish Review is published by the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America, a non-profit organization of scholars, artists, and friends of Poland's history and culture. It was founded in 1942 by Bronisław Malinowski, Oskar Halecki, and other Poles who found themselves in New York as a result of the Nazi-Soviet occupation of Poland during World War II. Founded to continue the work of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences (PAU) outlawed by the Nazis and continually repressed by the Soviet-sponsored postwar communist government of Poland, for most of the past six decades, PIASA served as the primary source of unbiased scholarly information on Poland and her culture in the free world. Today, PIASA continues to serve both independent Poland and the United States, cooperating with scholarly institutions here and abroad.