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Rocznik Historii Prasy Polskiej | 2020 | t. 23 | No 3 |

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Popular science magazines published in Poland between 1758 and 1939 are an important resource for all kinds of research including interdisciplinary analysis as well testing new methodological approaches. They provide insights into the changing understanding of science and its social functions, the status of the scientist, models of popularization of science, the channels and forms of communications, techniques of construction of the popular science text enhanced with graphics and illustrations.

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Grażyna Wrona
Agnieszka Cieślikowa
Dorota Kamisińska
Ewa Wójcik
Renata M. Zając
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This is a critical profile of Wiadomości Bibliograficzne Warszawskie [Warsaw Bibliographical News], a learned journal with a mission to keep a systematic record of current Polish publications and provide bibliographic information about their contents, published in 1882–1886 Teodor Paprocki, a leading Warsaw bookseller. The article outlines the history of the journal; analyzes its structure, layout, contents, editorial techniques, and its functioning in the bookselling trade and the academic community; and, finally, assesses its role in the development of professional bibliography writing in Poland.

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Alicja Matczuk
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This article discusses the role of the illustrated women's magazine Bluszcz [Ivy] in shaping and stimulating its readers' social and political engagement throughout the interwar period, from its relaunch in 1921 until 1939. Addressed to educated, middle-class women, it strove to raise their awareness in the wake of the women's enfranchisement act of 1918 and inspire them to participate in public life, to energize the local community, and to organize and promote various forms of social work.

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Robert Kotowski
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This is a profile of Ateneum Wileńskie, an annual published by the Society of the Friends of Science in Wilno in 1923–1939 with the financial support of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Public Education. It featured articles on the history of the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania and played an important role in the popularization of research in the field of political history, law, culture, social and economic history and historical sources of Lithuania in the 16th–19th century. Ateneum Wileńskie was one of the leading academic periodicals in Poland, and most of the materials that were published by it have retained their value.

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Paweł Sierżęga
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Hanna Krall is an acclaimed journalist and author, whose books were translated into multiple languages. However, relatively little critical attention has been given since her rise to world fame to her early work as a journalist. This article revisits this unjustly neglected part of her biography, when she made her name by reportages portraying the realities of life in Poland in the 1970s (the Edward Gierek's decade) and registering the tensions that led to the political earthquake of 1980 and culminated in the collapse of the communist system in 1989.

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Andrzej Kaliszewski
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This article attempts to show the importance of newspaper advertisements as a factual source which offers valuable insights into past events. The study of advertisements helps the researcher to complement and verify what has been gleaned from the usual documents, and sometimes can even provide a corrective to conclusions reached by other means. In particular, the advertisements in Lwowskie Tygodniowe Wiadomości [Lwów Weekly News], published 1786–1788 show how much information about property from the monasteries of Galicia, dissolved by Emperor Joseph II in 1782–1788, can be found in the local press. It is a source which not only contains important clues about the history and the scale of the dissolution but also a wealth of minor details that it would be hard find anywhere else.

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Halina Rusińska-Giertych
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This article examines three aborted publishing projects involving popular science magazines from the early 19th century, two of them in Cracow, one in Kalisz. Their history has been reconstructed thanks to the publishers' prospectuses found in collections of the Jagiellonian Library.

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Danuta Hombek
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While in the United States Polish newspapers and magazines began to spring up in the late 19th century, in Russia the Polish diaspora did not produce their own press until the early 20th century. This article surveys the contents of three periodicals and other publications produced by Polonia associations in Krasnodar, Zheleznovodsk and Stavropol in Southern Russia.

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Dariusz Kuźmina
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The article contains a bibliometric analysis and a concise review of the achievements of Marian Gierula (1955–2020). In the period 1981–2019, the author published 164 original scientific publications, including 85 articles and monographs in Polish, English and German, 42 in Russian and 37 research reports and expertises.

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Władysław Marek Kolasa

Editorial office

Redaktor naczelna: Grażyna Wrona


Redaktor honorowy: Jerzy Jarowiecki


Redaktor wersji elektronicznej: Władysław M. Kolasa


Redaktor odpowiedzialny i sekretarz redakcji: Michał Rogoż


Sekretarz techniczny rady naukowej: Ewa Wójcik



Kolegium redakcyjne:


Grażyna Wrona

Jerzy Jarowiecki

Michał Rogoż

Władysław M. Kolasa

Krzysztof Woźniakowski

Łukasz T. Sroka

Ewa Wójcik



Rada naukowa


Adina Bar-El (Nir-Israel, Israel),

Grażyna Gzella (Toruń, Poland),

Lars Jockheck (Hamburg, Germany),

Kazimierz Karolczak (Kraków, Poland),

Urszula Kolberova (Ostrava, Czech Republic),

Lidiya Lazurko (Drohobycz, Ukraine),

Susanne Marten-Finnis (Portsmouth, United Kingdom),

Tomasz Mielczarek (Kielce, Poland),

Jerzy Myśliński (Warszawa, Poland),

Grzegorz Nieć (Kraków, Poland),

Myroslav M. Romaniuk (Lwów, Ukraine),

Andrzej Romanow (Gdańsk, Poland),

Bogusław Skowronek (Kraków, Poland),

Irena Socha (Katowice, Poland),

Vitalij Telvak (Drohobycz, Ukraine),

Jiří Trávníček (Brno, Czech Republic),

Mariusz Wołos (Kraków, Poland).


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Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. KEN

Instytut Nauk o Informacji

ul. Podchorążych 2/356

30-084 Kraków

e-mail: rocznikp@up.krakow.pl

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  1. Oryginalne artykuły i książki do recenzji można przesyłać pod adresem redakcji: Rocznik Historii Prasy Polskiej, Instytut Bibliotekoznawstwa i Informacji Naukowej Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego w Krakowie, ul. Podchorążych 2, 30-084 Kraków.

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