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  • 1.
    Korek, Janusz
    Södertörn University.
    Central and Eastern Europe from a Postcolonial Perspective2007In: From Sovietoloty to Postcoloniality: Poland and Ukraine from a Postcolonial Perspective / [ed] Janusz Korek, Huddinge: Södertörns högskola , 2007, p. 5-22Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 2.
    Korek, Janusz
    Södertörn University.
    From sovietology to postcoloniality: Poland and Ukraine from a postcolonial perspective2007Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The idea of applying a postcolonial perspective to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe may seem controversial. Opponents of the idea empha-sise that we are not dealing here with classical colonies, which are distant and lie across the seas, in relation to the imperial centre.

    We can, however, accept the essence of research into imperialism and co-lonialism as an attempt to understand how the imperial centre of authority aims to subordinate to itself or dominate the territories desired by itself.

    Just as with gender theories, which read known canons anew and carry out, for example, new historical analyses while bearing in mind hetero-nor-mative structures, so too postcolonial theorists carry out new readings of known canons from the perspective of the position of authority - the op-pressed : the imperialist. We can look in a similar way at the modern history of Central and Eastern Europe, at the recently fallen Soviet Empire, and research the imperialist discourses of the “West” on the subject of the Eu-ropean “East” as well as re-evaluate the work of Slavonic and Soviet Studies that was deformed by the atmosphere of the Cold War.

    In this book, readers will find analyses of literary, social and political phe-nomena seen through the prism of various aspects of postcolonial theo-ry, albeit with a common denominator. This common denominator is the question of identity: from the question of national identity in the context of contemporary political processes in Ukraine to the problems of individual identity – Otherness, Foreignness, Uniqueness – addressed by Polish litera-ture and analysed from a philosophical perspective.

  • 3.
    Korek, Janusz
    Södertörn University.
    In the Face of the West and the East: the Formation of the Identity of the Polish intelligetsia after the End of World War II2007In: From Sovietoloty to Postcoloniality: Poland and Ukraine from a Postcolonial Perspective / [ed] Janusz Korek, Huddinge: Södertörns högskola , 2007, p. 229-269Chapter in book (Other academic)
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    Korek, Janusz
    Södertörn University, Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES).
    Tajemnice tożsamości: o prozie Michała Moszkowicza /Secrets of identity: about Michał Moszkowicz's novels2013In: Między językami, kulturami, literaturami/: Polska literatura (e)migracyjna w Berlinie i Sztokholmie po roku 1981 /Between Languages, Cultures, Literatures: Polish (E)migration Literature in Berlin and Stockholm after 1981 / [ed] Ewa Teodorowicz-Hellman, Janina Gesche, Stockholm: Slaviska institutionen, Stockholms universitet , 2013Chapter in book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The article discusses the work of the émigré writer Michał Moszkowicz. After a brief presentation of his biografy  and an analysis of his key novels, the author of the article concludes that - contrary to popular opinion expressed by reviewers - the most important issu in this prose is not multiculturalism, not the transcending of language barriers, or the attempt to understand Otherness (with the writer's biografy suggests). Moszkowicz's novels are, however, - as evidenced by the article - very Polish, arch-Polisch. This is not only because Moszkowicz writes in Polish and refers to the tradition of Polish literature but also because he fights with Polishness. Polishness which irritates him, which sometimes hurts, but which is always very important to him. The most important issue in Moszkowicz's novels is not the matter of the social, cultural, or national affiliation of his hero but an analysis of the transformation of his individual identity.

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