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hindered by either the unavailability to scholars of, or their unwillingness to
tackle, secondary sources in the relevant foreign languages. Despite this ethnic group having comprised, at one time, the largest representation of the Scottish diaspora in a foreign state, this article demonstrates that, since Poland–Lithuania’s partition, historiographical coverage has been compartmentalised along linguistic and national lines. The article is tripartite, outlining work in the German, Polish and English languages, albeit highlighting the detrimental effects caused, until recently, by the frequent isolation of these, and other linguistic traditions of historiographical significance, from one another.
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David Worthington (Invited speaker)23 Jan 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk
David Worthington (Advisor)3 Apr 2019 → 23 Jan 2020
Activity: Other › Types of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition