Memory and Collective Identity: How Do Societies Construct and Administer Their Past?

Jerzy Topolski
, Myths in Research into the Past.
Henryk Samsonowicz
, The Origin of Poland, or Images of Our Own Beginnings.
Roman Wapiński
, Gdańsk in Polish Political Mythology -- the Formation of Political Consciousness.

Family, Marriage and Property Rights

Tomasz Jurek
, Married to a Foreigner. Wives and Daughters of German Knights in Silesia During the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Century.
Maria Bogucka
, Marriage in Early Modern Poland.
Teresa Zielińska
, Noblewomen's Property Rights in 16th-18th c. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

The Baltic Area in History

Jerzy Trzoska
, Gdańsk on the Economic Map of Early Modern Europe.
Stanisław Salmonowicz
, The Culture of Eastern Pomerania at the Threshold of the Modern Era.

The History of Disease

Anna Rutkowska-Płachcińska
, The "Fire" Disease and the Anthonites in Medieval Western and Central Europe.
Andrzej Wyrobisz
, "Misericordia pestis tempore". Attitudes and Behaviour During Pestilences in Early Modern Poland (16th-18th Centuries).

The Openning of Archives and the History of Communism

Wojciech Materski
, Polish Issues in Newly Opened Resources of Post-Soviet Archives.


"Studia Judaica" (Stefan Gąsiorowski); Christopher March, Popular Religion in Sixteenth-Century England. Holding Their Peace (Tomasz Wiślicz); Henry Phillips, Church and Culture in Seventeenth-Century France (Tomasz Wiślicz); Jerzy Jedlicki, A Suburb of Europe. Nineteenth-Century Polish Approaches to Western Civilization (Magdalena Micińska); Diana Siebert, Bäuerliche Alttagsstrategien in der Belarussischen SSR (1921-1941). Die Zerstörung patriarchalischer Familienwirtschaft (Włodzimierz Mędrzecki).


Residences in Medieval and Modern Times (Edward Opaliński).