Adrian Fiedler, Stefan Daute
Adrian Fiedler; Stefan Daute (eds.)

Slavische nationale Minderheiten im Ostseeraum

Beiträge zu einer Exkursion nach Polen und ins Baltikum vom 23. September – 6. Oktober 2006



ISBN: 978-3-940793-63-8
102 pages
Release year 2008

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This collection contains six articles composed by participants of the excursion “Slavic national minorities in the Baltic region”, which took place in autumn 2006. The articles deal with different aspects of the current state of selected Slavic national, linguistic and partly religious minorities in Poland and the Baltic states, as well as the historic circumstances leading to the current situation. The topics of the constituent essays are: “The Ukrainian minority in the Polish voivodship West Pomerania 60 years after the Operation ‘Wisla’” (Adrian Fiedler), “The Polish minority as an example of multilingualism in Lithuania” (Alicja Fiedler), “Minority media – Ukrainians in Poland, Polish in Lithuania” (Georg Jähnig), “Political participation of the Russian minority in Estonia” (Magdalena Noffke), “Linguistic policies and language usage in the Baltic states: Russian language in Estonia – insight into historic developments and current tensions” (Katrin Rimbach), and ”Old believers in the Estonian region of Prichudye” (Stefan Daute).

This collection contains six articles composed by participants of the excursion “Slavic national minorities in the Baltic region”, which took place in autumn 2006. The articles deal with different aspects of the current state of selected Slavic national, linguistic and partly religious minorities in Poland and the Baltic states, as well as the historic circumstances leading to the current situation. The topics of the constituent essays are: “The Ukrainian minority in the Polish voivodship West Pomerania 60 years after the Operation ‘Wisla’” (Adrian Fiedler), “The Polish minority as an example of multilingualism in Lithuania” (Alicja Fiedler), “Minority media – Ukrainians in Poland, Polish in Lithuania” (Georg Jähnig), “Political participation of the Russian minority in Estonia” (Magdalena Noffke), “Linguistic policies and language usage in the Baltic states: Russian language in Estonia – insight into historic developments and current tensions” (Katrin Rimbach), and ”Old believers in the Estonian region of Prichudye” (Stefan Daute).