3 edition of Dissent in Poland found in the catalog.
Dissent in Poland
by Association of Polish Students and Graduates in Exile in London
Written in English
|LC Classifications||JC599.P6 D57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||79313381|
Read more Dissent coverage of Poland, dating back to the s and earlier. Correction: This article originally described Jarosław Kaczyński as an “unelected politico.” As a member of parliament, he is in fact elected, although his power in the country is vastly disproportionate to his elected position. The text has been corrected above. Dissent, an unwillingness to cooperate with an established source of authority, which can be social, cultural, or political theory, dissent has been studied mainly in relation to governmental power, inquiring into how and to what extent dissent should be promoted, tolerated, and controlled by a .
Essays collected in this book discuss textual and discursive formulations of dominance and resistance. The authors analyze how they are narrated and re-narrated, framed and reframed in different social, political and language communities and realities, through different media and means, and translated into different contexts and languages. The historian and writer Adam Michnik was born into a Communist family in Warsaw. His father had been a member of the Western Ukraine Communist Party and, before the war, this had earned him two spells in Polish jails (at that time the lands of Western Ukraine belonged to Poland). In he left the PZPR, disillusioned with real socialism. His son Adam was thus brought up in the tradition of.
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Robert Zuzowski presents a comprehensive portrait of the unique pattern of dissent, exemplified by the Workers' Defense Committee KOR, which finally triumphed in Poland.
He examines the rise of the opposition in Poland, a country which has experienced more political crises than Dissent in Poland book other East European by: 7. The KARTA Center was founded in Warsaw in and serves as the archive of record for documenting the history of opposition Dissent in Poland book dissent in post-World War II Poland.
As the home of the internationally distributed independent quarterly that bears its name, KARTA has made its primary focus the popularization of what had been until over a decade. Political dissent in Poland after World War II had changed considerably by the early s.
In the s and s it was characterized by spontaneity and lack of strategy; the opposite held true in the s. The people of Poland became highly politicized and openly acting dissident organizations, hostile toward the communist state, flourished. Over the last decade manifestations of dissent have been more widespread in Poland than in any other country in Eastern Europe.
These involved three main forces: the intellectuals and students, the workers, and the powerful Roman Catholic by: The KARTA Foundation Archive: Telling the Story of Dissent KARTA began in January as an illegal publication during Poland’s period of martial law.
Afterit evolved into a non-governmental archival repository that set itself the goal of. Buy Dissent in Poland: Reports and documents in translation [from the Polish], December July First Edition by Ostaszewski, A Ostoja (Ed.) Association Of Polish Students and Graduates In Exile (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: A Ostoja (Ed.) Association Of Polish Students and Graduates In Exile Ostaszewski. Book Reviews ZUZOWSKI, ROBERT Politica. l Dissent and Opposition in Poland. The Workers' Defense Committee "KOR".
Praeger, Westport [etc.] ix, pp. £ Despite its relatively short lifespan (September September ), Komitet. rather one further chapter for Lipski's book. The distance from the events de scribed below is too short and, moreover, most members of the defunct KOR are alive and still active politically.
Most importantly, dissent in Poland did not cease with the dissolution of KOR. It. The Revolution of Dissent --Dissent in Poland, / Andrzej Korbonski --Dissent in Czechoslovakia After / Vladimir V.
Kusin --Nascent Dissent in Romania / Emil Freud --Opposition in Hungary: and Beyond / George Schopflin --Limits to Dissent in the GDR: Fragmentation, Cooptation, and Repression / Michael J.
Sodaro --Sources of. Dissent in Poland [microform]: publications and manuscripts / from the KARTA Center Foundation Archives in Warsaw, Poland.
Format Microfilm Book. The book shows that student activism played its part in the political trajectory of the country, at times challenging the legitimacy of the regime, and contributed in no small degree to the demise of communism in Poland in Robert Zuzowski presents a comprehensive portrait of the unique pattern of dissent, exemplified by the Workers' Defense Committee KOR, which finally triumphed in Poland.
He examines the rise of the opposition in Poland, a country which has experienced more. Book Reviews Zuzowski, Robert. Political Dissent and Opposition in Poland. The Workers' Defense Committee "KOR". Praeger, Westport [etc.] ix, pp. £ Despite its relatively short lifespan (September September ), Komitet Obrony Robotników (KOR), the Workers' Defense Committee, had a profound.
Your first book is Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell, which you describe as a prehistory of dissent. Generally when people talk about Orwell in this context, they start with Animal Farm because it’s a retelling of Soviet history, or with because it’s an account of what a totalitarian society would look like, at a time when communism was spreading to Eastern Europe.
Marshall Berman ▪ J In Warsaw (Magdalena Roeseler / Flickr). I had always wanted to go to Poland, but I couldn’t imagine how. When I was twenty, I thought maybe I’d meet a girl on a train, and well, see the delicious plot of the movie Before that was a long time ago, in the days of what turned out to be the false dawn of “The Thaw.”.
books based on 44 votes: God's Playground: A History of Poland, Vol. 2: to the Present by Norman Davies, White Eagle, Red Star: The Polish-Sovie. But the book it was based on, long suppressed in Poland, is notable for its lucidity and lack of sentimentality.
Ghettostadt: Lodz and the Making of a Nazi City, by Gordon J. Horwitz. Dissent and Authority in Early Modern Ireland: The English Problem from Bale to Shakespeare examines the problems that beset the Tudor administration of Ireland through a range of selected 16th century English narratives.
This book is primarily concerned with the period between and This bracket provides a framework that charts early modern Irish history from the. From the KARTA Center Foundation Archives in Warsaw, Poland. Published: Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Microfilm, Description: reels ; 35 mm.
The KARTA Center was founded in Warsaw in and serves as the archive of record for documenting the history of opposition and dissent in post-World War II Poland. Justyna Dąbrowska is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Studies in Drama and Pre English Literature at the University of Łódź, Poland.
Her academic interests include modern and contemporary Irish and British drama, especially the works of Oscar Wilde, W.B.
Yeats, Brian Friel and Marina Carr, as well as visual culture studies. This book will lead to renewed controversy on what civil society is and what its role - if any - was in late-Communist societies. Professor Leslie Holmes. Matt Killingsworth's exploration of dissent in communist Czechoslovakia, the GDR and Poland offers a fundamental reconceptualisation of .The book examines some of the ways in which contemporary forms of political dissent are situated within processes of global ordering.
Grounded in analysis of concrete practices of discipline and dissent in specific contexts, it explores the ways in which resistance can be shaped by dominant ways of thinking, seeing or enacting politics and by Missing: Poland.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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