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Biograf
journal for qualitative research

ISSN 1211-5770
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Published by the civil association Casopis Biograf
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Biograf 2018/67

Whose landscape is this?

Ludmila Wladyniak

Whose landscape is this?

The review discusses the book “Zapamiętane w krajobrazie. Krajobraz kulturowy czesko-niemieckiego pogranicza w czasach przemian” by Karolina Ćwiek-Rogalska, a Polish ethnologist and bohemist, published in Poland last year. The book is an analysis of the borderland landscape of Western Bohemia (both in its material and non-material aspects). The review focuses on the parts of the book, that according to the reviewer, might be the most inspiring for the Czech audience – the layers of memory behind the landscape, Czech-Jewish-German perspective, the view from the outside (a Polish researcher), and how to deal with the loss that is an essential component of the Czech-German borderland landscape.

Review:

ĆWIEK-ROGALSKA, K. (2017): Zapamiętane w krajobrazie: Krajobraz czesko-niemieckiego pogranicza w czsach przemian. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe SCHOLAR. 215 stran. ISBN 978-83-7383-915-1

Biograf themes:

Social history and oral testimonies; Media and communication

Citation:

WLADYNIAK, L. (2018): Komu patří krajina? [Whose landscape is this?]. Biograf, 67-68: . Available at http://www.biograf.org/clanek.html?id=1035 [last access11. 12. 2019]

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