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Poland in Europe in the 20th Century

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Kod przedmiotu: IPHSS-PE20 Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Poland in Europe in the 20th Century
Jednostka: Ośrodek Międzyobszarowych Indywidualnych Studiów Humanistycznych i Społecznych
Grupy: Kursy do wyboru programu Study Abroad API
Program interdyscyplinarny w humanistyce i naukach społecznych w j. angielskim
Punkty ECTS i inne: 6.00
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Język prowadzenia: angielski
Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Briggs Asa, Clavin Patricia, Modern Europe 1789-1989, London 1997.

Crampton R.J., Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century, Routledge 1994.

Crampton Richard and Ben, Atlas of Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century, London, New York 1996.

Davies Norman, Europe, Oxford 1996.

Di Scala, Spencer M., Twentieth Century Europe, Politics, Society, Culture, McGraw Hill 2004.

Held Joseph, ed. The Columbia History of EE in the Twentieth Century, New York 1992.

Lewis Paul G., Central Europe since 1945, London 1994.

Okey Robin, Eastern Europe 1740-1980, Minneapolis 1982.

Prażmowska A., Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Second World War, MacMillan Press 2000.

Rothschild Joseph, East Central Europe between the Two World Wars, Washington 1974.

Rothschild Joseph, Return to Diversity, Oxford 1989.

Walters G., The Other Europe,

Wandycz P., The Price of Freedom, London - New York 1993.

REFERENCE:

Agnew, Hugh, Documentary Readings in European Civilization since 1715, Kendall/Hunt 2000.

Berend I., Central East Europe 1943-1993.

Berend I., Decades of Crisis. Central Eastern Europe before World War II.

Berend I., From the Soviet Block to the European Union, CUP 2009.

Gibianski N., The Establishing of Communist Regimes in East Europe 1944-49.

Griffin A., The Nature of Fascism, 1991.

Heineman, John L., Readings in European History 1789 to the Present, Kendall/Hunt 1994.

Held Joseph, Dictionary of East European History since 1945, Westport 1994.

Janos A., East Central Europe in the Modern World.

Leitz Ch., The Third Reich, Blackwell 1999.

Magocsi Paul, Historical Atlas of East Central Europe, Seattle-London 1993.

Miller M., The Russian Revolution, Blackwell 2001.

Metody i kryteria oceniania: (tylko po angielsku)

Student decides to submit written work and hence can acquire 6 ECTS points. In this case requirements are as follows:

1. Participation - 10%.

2. A 1500 word essay on a Polish historical figure - 40%.

3. A final written take-home exam - 50%.

Ad 1. Participation means meeting all deadlines and preparing the presentation.

Ad 2. Any historical person having some importance for CEE history in the 20th century will be described in a brief, encyclopedia-like entry. The essay should be about 1500 words, academic quality, with a reading list, but without footnotes. A PLAGIARISED essay may result in failing the course. The instructor must approve the person, whose biography will be written.

Ad 3. A take-home exam of 3 answers out of 12 questions will be written in January. Each essay will be about 1500 words and of academic quality, albeit without footnotes.

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2020/2021" (zakończony)

Okres: 2020-10-01 - 2021-01-28
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Typ zajęć: Wykład, 30 godzin, 42 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Jakub Basista
Prowadzący grup: Jakub Basista
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Egzamin
Cele kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) The aim of the course is to provide students with an overview of Poland's history in the 20th century. Starting with the beginning of the century, when Poland did not exist as a state, we will investigate the first World War, Treaty of Versailles, interwar period, World War II and Communist times.


Efekty kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) Students should have a braod picture of what strutured Poles' and Poland's identity before 1990.

Students should understand the various historic phobias which are shared by many Poles.

Students should be able to locate Polish history within the broad framework of European/world history.

Wymagania wstępne:

(tylko po angielsku) None, except for good command of the English language in listening and writing.

Forma i warunki zaliczenia:

(tylko po angielsku) Students submit written work and acquire 6 ECTS points.

The requirements are as follows:

1. Participation - 10%.

2. A 1500 word essay on a Polish historical figure - 40%.

3. A final written take-home exam - 50%.


Ad 1. Participation means attendiing at least 75% of all lectures and meeting all deadlines.

Ad 2. Any historical person having some importance for Polish history in the 20th century will be described in a brief, encyclopedia-like entry. The essay should be about 1500 words, academic quality, with a reading list, with footnotes. A PLAGIARISED essay may result in failing the course. The instructor must approve the person, whose biography will be written.

Ad 3. A take-home exam of 3 answers out of 12 questions will be written in January. Each essay will be about 1000 words and of academic quality.




Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

(tylko po angielsku) Written essays and written exam

Metody dydaktyczne:

(tylko po angielsku) Lecture; discussion; presentation; powerpoint

Bilans punktów ECTS:

(tylko po angielsku) 6 ECTS points:

breakup of points

1.0 ECTS points for 30 hours of classes

2.0 ECTS point for written essay about historical figure

3 ECTS points for final take-home exam

Wymiar, zasady i forma odbywania praktyk:

(tylko po angielsku) None

Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The course discusses the history of Poland against European background in the 20th Century.

It will consist of 30 teaching hours divided into ten three hour meetings.

Course will be conducted online using the MSTeams software.

Classes will be held on Thursdays 10:00-12:30

If a class is cancelled students will be informed in advance. Classesmay be moved due to other activities, or the sickness of the instrutor. We do have a reserve of 5 free Thursdays in the semester.

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

Session 1.

Course discussion - requirements.

Polish lands in Europe at the turn of the 19th to 20th centuries.

Polish lands and Poles in the First World War: the Eastern versus the Western front.

Session 2.

Peace settlements after the First World War - the Versailles system. Poland at the Paris Peace talks. The forming of Polish state after World War I.

Session 3.

Poland’s neighbours in the years 1918-39

Poland in Europe in the years 1918-1939: analysis of statistical data.

Session 4.

Poland in the European international politics in the years 1918-1939.

Poland and the coming of the Second World War.

Session 5.

The Second World War - Poland. The occupied territories.

The Second World War – Poland. Between London and Warsaw.

Session 6.

The Second World War – Poland. Between London, Moscow and Washington DC. The international dimension of Poland’s war - meetings in Teheran, Yalta, Potsdam and their impact on Poland.

Session 7.

The establishment of Communist regime in Poland 1944-1948.

The outbreak of the Cold War. The Marshall Plan; the two camp policy, the Berlin Blockade, NATO, Warsaw Pact, the forming of FRG and GDR.

Eastern Europe and reconstruction. Stalinism and the age of terror 1948-1956.

Session 8.

The "Thaw" of 1956. XX Congress of the CPSU. Polish October. Europe and the world in 1956.

Gomułka's Poland.

Session 9.

Gierek's Poland. The emerge of democratic opposition. Role of the Catholic Church. The Solidarity Revolution of 1980/81. Solidarity Poland in Europe.

Session 10.

The Martial Law in Poland. Crisis of the Communist system.

Poland in the 1980s. Europe In the 1980s.

The 'Velvet' Revolution of 1989/1990.

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Crampton Richard and Ben, Atlas of Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century, London, New York 1996.

Di Scala, Spencer M., Twentieth Century Europe, Politics, Society, Culture, McGraw Hill 2004.

Rothschild Joseph, East Central Europe between the Two World Wars, Washington 1974.

Rothschild Joseph, Return to Diversity, Oxford 1989.

Briggs Asa, Clavin Patricia, Modern Europe 1789-1989, London 1997.

Crampton R.J., Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century, Routledge 1994.

Davies Norman, Europe, Oxford 1996.

Held Joseph, ed. The Columbia History of EE in the Twentieth Century, New York 1992.

Lewis Paul G., Central Europe since 1945, London 1994.

Okey Robin, Eastern Europe 1740-1980, Minneapolis 1982.

Paczkowski A., The Spring Will Be Ours, The Pennsylvania State University Press 2003.

Prażmowska, Poland. A Modern History, IB Tauris 2012.

Prażmowska A., Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Second World War, MacMillan Press 2000.

Walters G., The Other Europe,

Wandycz P., The Price of Freedom, London – New York 1993

Agnew, Hugh, Documentary Readings in European Civilization since 1715, Kendall/Hunt 2000.

Berend I., Central East Europe 1943-1993.

Berend I., Decades of Crisis. Central Eastern Europe before World War II.

Gibianski N., The Establishing of Communist Regimes in East Europe 1944-49.

Griffin A., The Nature of Fascism, 1991.

Heineman, John L., Readings in European History 1789 to the Present, Kendall/Hunt 1994.

Held Joseph, Dictionary of East European History since 1945, Westport 1994.

Janos A., East Central Europe in the Modern World.

Leitz Ch., The Third Reich, Blackwell 1999.

Magocsi Paul, Historical Atlas of East Central Europe, Seattle-London 1993.

Noakes J., Pridham G., Nazism, 1919-1945: A Documentary Reader, Exeter 1984.

State University Press 2003.

Schopflin G., Politics in Eastern Europe (1948-1992)

Stokes G., The Walls came tumbling down; The Collapse of Communism in East Europe.

Stokes Gale, ed., From Stalinism to Pluralism, Oxford 1996.

Uwagi: (tylko po angielsku)

Classes are held every Thursday at 10:00-12:30 via MS Teams

Team code is: keqkun6

OFFICE HOURS: Thursdays: 9:00-10:00 on MS Teams

Team code: 26z2nri

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