Stosunki polsko-litewskie w dyskursie publicznym na przykładzie Wspólnoty Kulturowej "Borussia" w Olsztynie oraz Ośrodka "Pogranicze - Sztuk, Kultur, Narodów" w Sejnach

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Lenkų kalba / Polish
Stosunki polsko-litewskie w dyskursie publicznym na przykładzie Wspólnoty Kulturowej "Borussia" w Olsztynie oraz Ośrodka "Pogranicze - Sztuk, Kultur, Narodów" w Sejnach
Alternative Title:
Polish-Lithuanian relations in the public discourse on the example of the Wspólnota Kulturowa „Borussia” from Olsztyn and Ośrodek „Pogranicze - Sztuk Kultur, Narodów” from Sejny
20 amžius; Klaipėda. Klaipėdos kraštas (Klaipeda region); Lenkija (Poland); Lietuva (Lithuania); Etninės religinės grupės / Ethnic religious groups; Kultūros paveldas / Cultural heritage; Etninės mažumos / Ethnic minorities.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Borussia; Diskusija; Lenkija (Lenkijos karalystė. Kingdom of Poland. Poland); Lenkijos ir Lietuvos santykiai; Lenkų mažuma Lietuvoje; Nacionalinis diskursas; Nacionalizmas; Projektas; Regioninis identitetas; Rytprūsiai; Vokietija (Germany); Borussia; Discussion; Eastern Prussia; Lithuania; National discourse; Nationalism; Polish minority in Lithuania; Polish-Lithuanian relationship; Project; Regional identity.

ENThe current debate on the Polish-Lithuanian relationship is mainly focused on the direct reason of the Polish-Lithuanian dispute and the causes which have contributed to a deterioration in relations between the two countries. Controversial issues include education for the Polish minority in Lithuania which is constantly limited by Lithuanian authorities, the spelling of Polish surnames and implementation of a Polish National’s Identity Card in Lithuania. In the atmosphere of mutual accusations (on the one hand, an attempt to "lithuanize" Poles living in Lithuania and, on the other, the "disloyalty" of Polish citizens of the Republic of Lithuania) projects and ideas which were conceived as a way of overcoming the legacy of communism in Polish-Lithuanian relationships as well as the threat of nationalism whose principles divide all nations, even those connected by common history, were forgotten. Two such projects are recalled in this article - both set in the concept of the new eastern policy of Jerzy Giedroyc and Juliusz Mieroszewski, and for this reason rewarded in 1996 by Parisian "Culture" for promoting "the idea of cooperation between border regions".The first project was carried out by the "Borussia" Cultural Community from Olsztyn and it consisted of renewal of the memory of East Prussia as the common heritage of Poles, Russians and Lithuanians, residents of the Warmia and Mazury Voivodship, the Kaliningrad Oblast and the Klaipėda region. The second project of the Polish-Lithuanian community was based on the myth of Central-Eastern Europe as a utopia of a great borderline between nations and cultures searching for new forms of community over ethnic borders. [From the publication]

2018-06-20 23:57:10
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