Nauczanie języka polskiego na Uniwersytecie Dyneburskim: przeszłość i teraźniejszość

Acta Baltico-Slavica. 2015;36(0):279-286 DOI 10.11649/abs.2012.018

 

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Journal Title: Acta Baltico-Slavica

ISSN: 0065-1044 (Print); 2392-2389 (Online)

Publisher: Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences

Society/Institution: Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences

LCC Subject Category: Geography. Anthropology. Recreation: Anthropology: Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology | Language and Literature: Slavic languages. Baltic languages. Albanian languages

Country of publisher: Poland

Language of fulltext: Ukrainian, Lithuanian, Belarusian, English, Russian, Polish

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AUTHORS

Diana Rubene (Daugavpils Universitātē [the Daugavpils University], Daugavpils)
Andris Kazjukevičs (Daugavpils Universitātē [the Daugavpils University], Daugavpils)

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Time From Submission to Publication: 24 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

Polish philology at the Daugavpils University – yesterdays and present  In 1991, in the Daugavpils Pedagogical Institute was opened the first group of Polish. This was the beginning of the studies of Polish language not only in Daugavpils, but also in the Second Republic of Latvia. Students of the first groups had possibility to receive a diploma of specialist teaching Polish language from Polish and Russian, as well as Russian literature. In 2005 was created the program “Bachelor of Polish philology with a second foreign language”. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in Polish philology students have possibility to continue their education at two-year master’s degree. Currently, the “Polish Studies” among the universities of Latvia proposes only Daugavpils University. Every year Polish language institution is organizing an international conference “Polish-Baltic cultural associations”, which involved researchers from the Polish and Baltic countries. In 2010 at the Daugavpils University was opened Centre of Polish Language and Culture, which functions as a center for education and research. Polish philology at the Faculty of Humanities of the Daugavpils University support Polish Embassy, Foundations “Semper Polonia” and “Pomoc Polakom na Wschodzie” and the Association “Wspólnota Polska”.