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Post-Communist Poland - Contested Pasts and Future Identities
Introduction Part 1 1. Poland in Transition and Reckoning with the Past 2. National Mythologies and the Re-shaping of Memorial Landscape 3. European Memory and Common History Projects Part 2 4.Expand
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Memory of War and Cosmopolitan Solidarity
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Soviet war memorials and the re-construction of national and local identities in post-communist Poland
  • E. Ochman
  • Political Science
  • Nationalities Papers
  • 23 June 2010
This article proposes to look afresh at the legacies of communism in urban spaces in post-1989 Poland. Specifically, it investigates the fate of Red Army monuments and explores how these publicExpand
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Municipalities and the Search for the Local Past
In administratively decentralized Poland it is the self-governing and revived municipality that is in charge of historical memory. While urban centers need to respond to a historical heritage thatExpand
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[Susceptibility to selected chemotherapeutics of Staphylococcus aureus strains resistant to methycyline isolated from clinical materials in the years 1991-1992 and 1997].
The susceptibility to selected chemotherapeutic agents was determined in 100 strains of Staphylococcus aureus methicillin-resistant (MRSA) isolated from clinical materials in 1991-1992 (50 strains)Expand
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Spaces of Nationhood and Contested Soviet War Monuments in Poland: The Warsaw Monument to the Brotherhood in Arms.
Memorial landscapes typically reflect the state’s ideological positions. However, it has been convincingly argued that in the last few decades, in democratic systems, we have witnessed a decline inExpand
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Malassezia furfur sepsis in a cancer patient
We present the case of a patient with cancer of the cardia treated surgically at The Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Centre and Institute of Oncology in Warsaw. Surgery comprised totalExpand
Polish Witnesses to the Shoah
resources in the country” (97). At this point, Mautner shifts gears, and Chapter 5 (nearly three times as long as any other chapter in the book) focuses on the political and cultural conditions that,Expand
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Anamik Saha, Race and the Cultural Industries
to ‘the repeated appearance of scenes showing the partial or complete destruction of New York City in American cinema’ (p. 57). Sergei Zhuk then turns his attention in Chapter 6 to the consumption ofExpand