Kashubian Bibliography in English

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The below bibliography is an incomplete list of articles/book reviews currently available online via academic digital libraries (mostly JSTOR  http://www.jstor.org/) compiled by using keywords of “Kashubia,” ” Cassubia,” and “Kashub.” The author of this bibliography does not appraise their usefulness nor takes responsibility for the referenced material’s content. It is provided for informational purposes only.

Anderson, M. L. (1982). Prussian Poland in the German Empire, 1871-1900 by Richard Blanke [Book Review].  The American Historical Review, 8 (4), 1119-1120. Published by: American Historical Association.

Betts, R. R. (1949). Slavonic Encyclopædia by Joseph S. Rouček [Book Review]. The Slavonic and East European Review, 28(70), 294-296. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Blanke, R. (1973). Bismarck and the Prussian Polish Policies of 1886.  The Journal of Modern History, 45(2), 211-239. Published by: The University of Chicago Press.

Du Feu, V. (2003).  Languages in Contact by D. Gilbers; J. Nerbonne; J. Schaeken [Book Review]. The Slavonic and East European Review, 81(1), 100-104. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Durham, M. E. (1936). The Cassubian Civilization by Fr. Lorentz; Adam Fischer ; Tafeusz Lehr Spzawiński [Book Review]. Folklore, 47(2), 214-215. Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of Folklore Enterprises, Ltd.

Fisher, S. (2002). Kaszub heartland. Canadian Geographic, 122(6), 112-113. Available at: http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/

Grass, G., Osterle, H. D., & Lanphier, B. F. (1984). Interview with Günter Grass concerning American-German Relations. New German Critique, 31, West German Culture and Politics, 125-142. Published by: New German Critique.

Green, A. (2003). The Federal Alternative? A New View of Modern German History. The Historical Journal, 46(1), 187-202. Published by: Cambridge University Press.

Hannan, K. (1997).  Regionalizm a separatyzm–historia i współczesność by Maria Wanda Wanatowicz. [Book Review]. The Slavic and East European Journal, 41(2) (Summer, 1997), 395-396. Published by: American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages.

Hinz, Y. K. (2011). Exploring open source software localization methods. Assessing business value for localizing software into minor languages: A case for Kashubian Linux. Saarbrücken, DE: Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG.

Ireland, K. R. (1990). Doing Very Dangerous Things: Die Blechtrommel and Midnight’s Children. Comparative Literature, 42(4), 335-361. Published by: Duke University Press on behalf of the University of Oregon.

J. H. R. (1929). Sborník I. Sjezdu Slovanských Geografů a Ethnografů v Praze 1924 [Review]. The Geographical Journal, 73(5), 474-475. Published by: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)

Klymasz, R. B (1993). The Proud Inheritance: Ontario’s Kaszuby [Book review Ottawa: The Polish Heritage Institute-Kaszuby,1991 ]. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 25(2), 159-161. Available: SocINDEX.

Kowalska, E. (2008). Representations of linguistic and ethnocultural diversity in Poland’s education policy, national school curricula and textbooks. Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development, 29, 364-379. EBSCO Host database.

Kurczewski, J. (2007). Self-Identification structure in Opole Silesia and the Kashubia: A comparative analysis. Polish Sociological Review, 1(157).

Magner, T. F. (1971).  A Kashubian idiolect in the United States, by Jan Louis Perkowski [Book Review]. Slavic Review, 30(2), 454. Published by: The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.

MacDonald, G. (1939). The Kashubs on the Baltic. The Slavonic and East European Review,19(53/54), The Slavonic Year-Book (1939 – 1940), 265-275. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Niamh, N. & Hickey, T. (2009). Out of the Communist frying pan and into the EU fire? Exploring the case of Kashubian. Language, Culture & Curriculum, 22(2), 95-119.

Obracht-Prondzyński, C. (2007). Kashubs today. Culture-language-identity. Pelplin, PL: The Kashubian Institute.

Pajakowski, P. (2007). Hundert Jahre Osteuropäische Geschichte: Vergangenheit, Gegenwart, und Zukunft by Dittmar Dahlmann [Book Review]. Slavic Review, 66(2), 343-344. Published by: The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.

Perkowski, J. L. (1966). The Kashubs: Origins and Emigration to the U. S. Polish American Studies, 23(1), 1-7.

Polyakov, V. (1933). The Slavonic and East European Review, 12(34), 36-62. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Praszalowicz, D. (1994). The cultural changes of Polish-American parochial schools in Milwaukee, 1866-1988. Journal of American Ethnic History, 13(4), 24-47. EBSCO Host database.

Preece, J. (2005).  Aus zweierlei Perspektiven…: Zur Rezeption der Danziger Trilogie von Günter Grass in Polen und Schweden in den Jahren 1958-1990 by Janina Gesche [Book Review]. The Modern Language Review, 100(3), 879-880. Published by: Modern Humanities Research Association.

Rekowski, A. J. (2008). The saga of the Kashub people in Poland, Canada, USA. Ontario, CDA: Kaszëbë.

Simpson, C. A. (1993).  Folk Cultures and Little Peoples: Aspects of National Awakening in East Central Europe by Peter Brock [Book Review]. The Slavonic and East European Review, 71(4), 759-760. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Slezkine, Y. (1993). Folk Cultures and Little Peoples: Aspects of National Awakening in East Central Europe by Peter Brock [Book Review]. Slavic Review, 52(4), 893. Published by: The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.

Socha-Borzestowski, B. (1970). A Note on the Folk-Art of Cassubia. Folklore, 81(3), 195-197. Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of Folklore Enterprises, Ltd.

Sterner, R. (1992). The Continental Element in the Flora of South Sweden. Geografiska Annaler, 4, 221-444. Published by: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography.

Stone, G. (1972). The Language of Cassubian Literature and the Question of a Literary Standard. The Slavonic and East European Review, 50(121), 521-529. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Stone, G. (1979). Słownik gwar kaszubskich na tle kultury ludowej by Bernard Sychta, Bernard Sychta’s Dictionary of Cassubian Dialects and Folk-Culture [Book Review]. The Slavonic and East European Review, 57(3), 403-409. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Szulist, W. (2005). Kashubs in America: outlines and materials. Wejherowo, PL: Muzeum Piśmiennictwa i Muzyki Kaszubsko-Pomorskiej.

Taylor, A. (1947). Ainu Riddles. Western Folklore, 6(2), 163-173. Published by: Western States Folklore Society.

Tsitsipis, L. D. (2006). Minority languages in Europe: Frameworks, status, prospects [Review of the book Minority languages in Europe: Frameworks, status, prospects]. Language in Society, 35, 432. Retrieved April 28, 2009, from Research Library database.

Wigzell, F. (1991). The Darkling. A Treatise on Slavic Vampirism by Jan L. Perkowski [Book Review]. The Slavonic and East European Review, 69(3), 546-547. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Wisniewiecka-Bruckner, K.  (2007). The boom in minority languages – Poland’s language policy and Kashubian. Osteuropa, 57(11), 211.

Zaleski, J. (1999). A boy and his tank by Leo Frankowski [Book Review]. Publishers Weekly; Feb 22, 246(8). Source: ABI/INFORM Global.

Zauberman, A. (1962). Das nördliche Westpreussen und Danzig by Ernst Bahr [Book Review]. The Slavonic and East European Review, 40(95), 569-570. Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

Niamh, N. & Hickey, T. (2009). Out of the Communist frying pan and into the EU fire? Exploring the case of Kashubian. Language, Culture & Curriculum 2009, 22(2), 95-119.