Middle Grounds, Ambiguous Frontiers, and Intercultural Spaces



Edited by Aleksander Posern-Zieliński, Lech Mróz



Poznań, Instytut im. Oskara Kolberga, 2014, ss. 264



ISBN 978-83-932586-1-1
ISBN 978-83-62298-50-1




Introduction, Aleksander Posern-Zieliński, 7

Agnieszka Szczepaniak-Kroll, German Businessmen in Poznan as the Example of Transnational Environment, 11

Łukasz Kaczmarek, Paweł Ładykowski, When the City Flows Abroad: Transnational Imaginaries of Resurging Borderland, 41

Ewa Baniowska-Kopacz, Cultural Transgression in Local Context. Reflections from the Beskid Area on the Silesian-Little Polish Borderland, 63

Roman Chmełyk, Lech Mróz, The Identity of the Poland-Ukrainian Borderland People in the Context of the European Aspirations, 77

Dagnosław Demski, The Other and/or Us: The Interdependence of Lithuanians and Poles from the Vilnius Region, 99

Rafał Beszterda,  Trans-border Trade Between India and Tibet (China) through Shipki Pass, Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh, India, 117

Natalia Bloch, Constructing Borders within Diaspora. „Born Refugees”. Newcomers and Bargaining Tibetan Identity, 135

Zbigniew Szmyt, New Year's Party at Café Lion. The Post-socialist Tribalization in Ulan-Ude, 155

Elżbieta Kostowska-Watanabe, A Foreigner in a Culturally Different Society: Boundaries of a European's Strangeness in Japan, 173

Katarzyna Majbroda, Between Science and Literature: The Literary Turn in Socio-cultural Anthropology, 193

Magdalena Zowczak, Anthropology, History and the Ukrainian Issue: about the Tactics of the Bordeland, 215

Iwona Kabzińska, About the Mixed World, Migrations and the Bible Story of the Tower of Babel, 245