Humanities Research: Volume XVI. No. 3. 2010

Humanities Research: Volume XVI. No. 3. 2010

The Solidarity Decade 1980-1989: An Australian Perspective

Edited by: Stefan Markowski, Jan Pakulski
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Humanities Research is an internationally peer-reviewed journal published by the Research School of Humanities at The Australian National University. The Research School of Humanities came into existence in January 2007 and consists of the Humanities Research Centre, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, National Europe Centre and Australian National Dictionary Centre. Launched in 1997, issues are thematic with guest editors and address important and timely topics across all branches of the humanities.


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Nov 2010
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  1. The Solidarity Decade in Eastern Europe, 1980–1989: An Australian perspective (PDF, 188KB)Jan Pakulski and Stefan Markowski doi

Part 1: Reminiscences

  1. Poland, 1980–1984: A witness to history (PDF, 141KB)John Burgess doi
  2. My Solidarity Memories from Gdańsk (PDF, 147KB)Andrzej Snarski doi
  3. 1989–2009: ‘In Poland everything is possible, even changes for the better’ (PDF, 150KB)Martin Krygier doi
  4. The Solidarity Days: A short reminiscence (PDF, 106KB)Nicolas Rothwell doi
  5. The Solidarity Decade (PDF, 116KB)Jan Zubrzycki doi

Part 2: Analysis

  1. The Solidarity Decade: 1980–1989 (PDF, 255KB)Jan Pakulski doi
  2. One Summer in Gdańsk: Poland’s leadership in transition from the socialist legal model (PDF, 316KB)Murray Raff doi
  3. The Contribution of the Polish Intelligentsia to the Breakthrough of 1989 (PDF, 215KB)Tracey Rowland doi
  4. The Breakthrough: Polish elections in June 1989 (PDF, 254KB)Jan Pakulski doi
  5. The ‘Cooperative’ Mode of Dismantling Communism: From groundbreaking to ordinary (PDF, 382KB)Antoni Z. Kamiński and Bartłomiej Kamiński doi
  6. The European Union’s Politics of Identity and the Legacy of 1989 (PDF, 264KB)Stefan Auer doi

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