Henryk Samsonowicz, The Baltic Zone: Homogeneous or Diversified?

Jerzy Pysiak, The Monarch's Gesture and Visualisation of Rituals Associated with the Cult of Relics

Ferdinand Opll, Aspects of Daily Life in Medieval Vienna

Anna Ziemlewska, The "Calendar Upheavals" in Riga (1584-1589)

Natalia Królikowska, Muslim Women in the Local Social Life of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th-18th Centuries

Idesbald Goddeeris, Dutch Reactions to the Polish National Insurrections (1830-70)


Jan Pomorski, Was Scientism Definitely Passe‚ in Historiography at the End of the 20th Century?

Patryk Pleskot, Marxism in the Historiography of "Annales" in the Opinion of Its Creators and Critics

Maria Bogucka, Reflections on Art in History REVIEWS

Poland's History in Figures, vol. I, II (Andrzej Wyrobisz)

Karol Modzelewski, Barbarian Europe (Roman Michałowski)

Maciej Michalski, Women and Sainthood in the Lives of Polish 13th Century Duchesses (Grzegorz Pac)

Wojciech Iwańczak, To the Limits of Imagination. Nuremberg as Centre of Geographical and Cartographical Knowledge
in the 15th and 16th Centuries (Maria Bogucka)

Grzegorz Motyka, Ukrainian Partisan Warfare 1942-1960. The Activity of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN)
and the Ukrainian Insurrection Army (UPA) (Włodzimierz Mędrzecki)

U. Backes, E. Jesse (eds.), Gefuehrdungen der Freiheit. Extremistische Ideologien im Vergleich (Jerzy W. Borejsza)

ABSTRACTS NEWS Migrants, Nomads, Scientists, Flaneurs: Participant Observation in Historical Research,
Warsaw University, l5-16 March 2007 (Tomasz Wiślicz)