Afryka między tradycją a współczesnością, Tom 2: Wybrane przykłady kontynuacji i zmian w języku, stylu życia, sztuce i religii
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Instytucja
Wydział Orientalistyczny (Uniwersytet Warszawski)
Informacje podstawowe
Rok publikacji
2013
Główny język publikacji
pl
Książka z rozdziałami
Przekład językowy
Ocena KEN
Edycja naukowa
Strony
280
Numer tomu
2
Seria wydawnicza
Numer w serii wydawniczej
Numer wydania
Wydawca
Polskie Towarzystwo Afrykanistyczne
Miejsce wydania
Warszawa
ISBN
9788374014298
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ISSN
Mapa
Identyfikator DOI
Liczba arkuszy
17,4
Autorstwo oznaczone
Słowa kluczowe
polski
kultura afrykańska
języki Afryki
Redaktorzy
Streszczenia
Język
english
Treść
Scientific researches on Africa in Poland in the years 1945–1956 had been de- veloped in archaeology, physical anthropology, egyptology, ethnology, ethnography, history, linguistic, papyrology, Oriental and Ethiopic studies. These disciplines had their structures at the universities and at the Polish Academy of Science. Some scholars (J. Czekanowski, T. Henzel, T. Manteuffel, K. Michałowski, R. Stopa, R. Taubenschlag) had continued their studies, which had started before the Second World War. Others came back to work in Poland after their studies in England (A. Waligórski) and France (S. Strelcyn). In the early fifties a new generation of young scientists was educated at Polish universities – T. Andrzejewski, J. Bielawski, T. Dzierżykraj-Rogalski, S. Jakobielski, T. Kotula, J. Lipińska, J. Mantel-Niećko, A. Świderek – started their African studies. African researchers were mostly members of Polish Ethnological Society and Polish Oriental Society, which have organized seminars, published books and edited periodicals. The weaknesses of studies of this period were lack of field researches in Africa, difficulties in scientific contacts with abroad (especially with western countries) and state pressure in adopting Soviet methods and Marxist ideology. In the new system of public museums organized after year 1945, the most important African collections were present in Warsaw (at National and Ethno- graphic Museums) and Cracow (at National, Ethnographical and Archaeological Museums). Soon after the War Warsaw have gathered African items which had been partly taken from different museums and private collections in the country. It was the result of the new system of centralization introduced by communist state. In that system Warsaw’s museums mentioned above should play the main role in Poland in collecting and exhibiting extraeuropean (African) items. A few exhibition on African traditional and ancient art. were organized in Warsaw in the years 1949, 1950, 1953.
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PBN-R:500993