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Lista wydań / nr 1 (14) 2020
A People’s Biography: Ada El’evna Raichonak and Her Hermanavichy
(Biografia narodu: Ada Elewna Raichonak i jej Hermanowicze)

Autorzy: ANIKA WALKE ORCID
Washington University, St. Louis
Słowa kluczowe: Białoruś Hermanowicze historia żydowska Holocaust biografia
Rok wydania:2020
Liczba stron:22 (123-144)
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Niniejszy artykuł poddaje analizie doświadczenie Żydów w dawnej Strefie Osiedleńczej przez pryzmat indywidualnej biografii osadzonej w XX wieku i rozpatrywanej w szerszym kontekście kulturowym i historycznym. Analiza ta, oparta na różnorodnych źródłach, w tym na wywiadach, pokazuje, jak bardzo opis jednostkowych losów wymyka się łatwej kategoryzacji, a badania biograficzne wymagają zniuansowanego podejścia do ich przedmiotu.
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