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Rocznik Historii Prasy Polskiej | 2020 | t. 23 | No 4 |

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Polish scholarly magazines Biblioteka Warszawska [Warsaw Library] (1841–1914) and Ateneum (1876– 1901) devoted a quite a lot of attention to recent discoveries in the field of ancient history, cultural history and descriptions of foreign countries. This article discusses materials on the ancient Middle East published in both of these periodicals.

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Leszek Zinkow
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This article examines the representations of Marshal Józef Piłsudski, his collaborators and political allies in two satirical magazines published in Wielkopolska in the interwar period. While the liberal Pręgierz Poznański [The Poznań Pillory] (1928–1929) took a moderately critical view of Piłsudski, the nationalist Pokrzywy [Nettles], which appeared in the 1930s nineteen thirties, brimmed with vitriol against the whole Piłsudski establishment (collectively dubbed 'The Sanation').

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Olaf Bergmann
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This article analyzes the editoral and thematic structure of Polish school ephemera on the basis of seventeen single-issue publications of this kind published in Poland’s eastern voivodships in the interwar period. The author traces the origin of the texts and the process of its composition (gathering and selection of materials, editorial revisions, technical issues), examines the themes and tries to assesses the participation of students and teachers as well as the cooperation of the local community in each project. Finally, she reassesses of the role and the objectives of such publications.

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Katarzyna Zimnoch
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Over the last three decades the German Bauer Media empire has systematically invested in the Polish media market. Due to a well-devised business strategy Bauer Media Group not only have built up a strong market position but continued to expand despite the global decline of the print industry. While successfully broadening its offer to new readers, the company managed to hold on to its key segments, i.e. women’s press, entertainment and TV magazines, teen and computer magazines. This article examines Bauer Media’s presence in Poland since 1991. It combines an outline history of its Polish operations with a close analysis of the company’s key market expansion decisions, quantitative transformations of its print offer and its response to the new, more digital and more social, media environment.

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Olga Dąbrowska-Cendrowska
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This article examines the process of opening datasets accumulated by public institutions, and its impact on the rise of new types of journalism, in particular data journalism.

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Bogdan Fischer
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Rzeczy Piękne [Beautiful Things] (1918–1932) was a monthly publication of the Adrian Baraniecki Municipal Industrial Museum in Cracow. Among its distinctive features were a sophisticated graphic layout and eye-catching initials. The latter are remarkable for one more reason. While decorative initials are usually associated with of book design, it is rare to find a set of artistic ornaments commissioned specially for a periodical. This study has shown that the initials owe their distinct character not only to the ideas of the arts and crafts association Warsztaty Krakowskie [Cracow Workshops] but also to an original and attractive technique of composition.

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Magdalena Koziak-Podsiadło
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This article attempts to examine and define the functions and character of the periodicals and other press publications of Polish Eastern Borderlands community functioning in the structures of the Polish war refugees and post-war political emigration in the West. The author presents the origins and the various phases of its history, including the phase of its inexorable decline. In a series of concise individual profiles the article covers all printed materials that can be classified as the press publications of the Polish Eastern Borderlands community.

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Paweł Gotowiecki
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The Vladimir Lenin Steelworks and other state-owned enterprises in Nowa Huta, the eastern district of Cracow, ran a number of holiday centres all over Poland and encouraged their staff to spend their leave in those places with their family members and colleagues. This form of organized leisure was also promoted by the press. So for example Głos Nowej Huty, a weekly issued by the Workers’ Council of the VL Steelworks, published articles showing the attractions and, occasionally, problems of individual holiday homes. At the same time readers were encouraged to file in their application in good time. The publicity contributed to the success of this type of organized leisure — the number of people who took up this offer increased year on year throughout that period.

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Agnieszka Chłosta-Sikorska

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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