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History and Philology
ПОЛЬСКИЕ КОРНИ РУССКО-АМЕРИКАНСКОЙ ЭМИГРАЦИИ: СУДЬБА И ТВОРЧЕСТВО Н. БИРСКОЙ-ОКУНЦОВОЙ Print E-mail
Анна А. Арустамова
Пермский государственный национальный
исследовательский университет, Пермь, Россия
 
 
 
Key words: Perm, Russian émigré literature, poetry, poetics, motifs, images, Polish culture.
Summary: The paper investigates the meaning of “Perm period” in the artistic progress and in the way of life of the Russian émigré poet of Polish origin Nadezhda Birskaya, who moved to the USA in 1924. The paper proves, that years of attending the University of Perm were formative for her ideological position. Her identity contaminated traces of Russian and Polish culture practices, as well as her deep experience of poetic self-representation and public activity in the years of Russian Revolution. 

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ПАТОПИСОТ „БЕЛЕШКИ ОД МОЕТО ПАТУВАЊЕ ОД ТЕТОВСКО“ ОД 1891/92 ГОДИНА НА АНДРЕЈ СТОЈАНОВ Print E-mail
Славчо Ковилоски
Институт за македонска литература, Скопје,Македонија
 
 

Key words: travel literature, travel, Andrej Stojanov, Tetovo, Polog

Summary:Andrej Stojanov is the author of the great travel literature on Tetovo and the Tetovo area, titled Notes on My Travel in the TetovoArea (Бøлøжки по птуванието ми изъ Тетовско), published as a series in the daily newspaper “Novini” („Новини“) 1891/92. 
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ФИЛАРХ, ПОЛИБИЈ И РАЗВОЈОТ НА ХЕЛЕНИСТИЧКАТА ИСТОРИОГРАФИЈА ВО III ВЕК ПР. Н. Е. Print E-mail
Стефан Пановски
Институт за национална историја, Скопје, Македонија
 
 
 
 
 
Keywords: hellenistic historiography, tragic history, Phylarkhos, Polybiоs
Summary: The subject of this paper is the development of the historiography in the early Hellenistic period, with a brief recapitulation of the problem of the so-called tragic history and the influence of rhetoric and philosophy on the 3rd century historiographers. 
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ЗА ПРОСВЕТНИТЕ ВЛИЈАНИЈА ВО МАКЕДОНИЈА (1878-1903) Print E-mail
Силвана Сидоровска-Чуповска
Институт за национална историја, Скопје, Македонија
 
 
 
 
Key words: Macedonia, education, propaganda, Balkan states, governments, politics
Summary: This paper explores the educational influences in Macedonia after the Eastern Crises (1875-1881). Namley, for a long period of time, the Ottoman Turkish government supported Greek religious and educational propaganda on the territory of Macedonian. Even so, after 1878, Macedonia was the country where the propaganda interests, at the level of education, were mostly Bulgarian and Serbian in nature. These, in turn, had a different success in the field during their twenty-five year span. 

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