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    The pen and the scythe: the peasant question in the 18th-century Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth in the writings of contemporary French Littérateurs
    [Plunksna ir dalgis – valstiečių klausimas XVIII a. Abiejų Tautų Respublikoje tuometinių prancūzų literatų kūryboje.]
    research article
    Lithuanian Historical Studies., p. 1-27.
    In the 18th century, people in Western Europe knew very little about the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, which was perceived as an odd and anarchic regime, where not only did serfdom make agriculture inefficient, it was also a pretext for neighbouring powers to interfere in its domestic affairs. Nevertheless, Enlightenment ideas, spreading little by little, raised the question of the status of the peasants in the Commonwealth. Displaying observations made by French travellers or residents (Chappe d'Auteroche, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Linguet, Jaucourt, Dubois de Jancigny, Caraccioli, Vautrin, Gilibert) on the Commonwealth's peasantry, and reflections by thinkers (Mably, Rousseau, Baudeau, Le Mercier de la Rivière), the article intends to show how these authors contributed to raising the issue of serfdom in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the public sphere, and evaluates their influence on readers both in the Commonwealth and abroad. Although the social and political conditions were not yet there for the complete liberation of the serfs, the littérateurs' reflections were food for thought for the Polish-Lithuanian elite. Had the Commonwealth not been partitioned, progressive ideas would have taken root, little by little, and the peasants would have gained personal and civic rights, becoming full citizens of their country. Our survey aims to set forth little-known authors, expanding the knowledge of French literature devoted to the 18th-century Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and broadening the historiography on the peasant question in the Commonwealth. The article encompasses: I. French travellers and residents' accounts of the peasantry of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; II. French educators' intervention in the debate on serfdom in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; III. The reflections of Philosophes and Physiocrats on serfdom in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; IV. The reception of French littérateurs' writings on serfdom in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
      4WOS© IF 0WOS© AIF 0.2Scopus© SNIP 0.401
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    XVIII amžiaus antros pusės – XIX amžiaus antros pusės Lietuvos palivarko ir Lotynų Amerikos hasjendos ūkio sistemos kapitalistinės pasaulio sistemos kontekste
    [The experiment of comparative analysis of Lithuanian manorial-serf economy and hacienda economic system of latin america of the second half of the 18th – the second half of the 19thcenturies in the context of capitalist world system]
    research article
    Lietuvos istorijos studijos. Vilnius : VU l-kla, 2016, t. 37., p. 106-124
    Straipsnyje pirmą kartą istoriografijoje lyginamos XVIII a. antros pusės–XIX a. antros pu - sės Lietuvos palivarko ir Lotynų Amerikos hasjendos ūkio sistemos kapitalistinės pasaulio sistemos (KPS) kontekste. Pagrindinis dėmesys bus skiriamas šių sistemų struktūrų bei raidos tendencijų panašumams ir skirtumams eksplikuoti makrolygmeniu. Tiriamas laikotarpis – tiek palivarkinio ūkio vyravimo bei inten - syvėjimo Lietuvoje, tiek hasjendinio ūkio įsivyravimo ir intensyvėjimo Lotynų Amerikos šalyse etapas – nulemtas to paties pramonės revoliucijos veiksnio. Tyrimas patvirtina tezę, kad šios ūkio sistemos pri - klausė tipologiškai artimam ūkio tipui (buvo orientuotos į baudžiavinį gamybos būdą) pasauliniame darbo pasidalijime. Atskleidžiama, jog tiek Lietuvos palivarkinis ūkis, tiek Lotynų Amerikos hasjendos ūkis nebuvo tipinės feodalinės įmonės, bet pasižymėjo periferinio kapitalizmo bruožais.
  • review article
    Lietuvos istorijos studijos : mokslo darbai = Studies of Lithuania's history : research papers / Vilniaus universitetas. Vilnius : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2014, t. 33., p. 261-265
  • review article
    Selenis, Valdas
    Istorija : Lietuvos aukštųjų mokyklų mokslo darbai. , 2013, [T.] 89., p. 72-73
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    The Structure and scope of the foreign trade of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth in the 16th to 18th centuries: the case of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
    [XVI-XVIII a. Abiejų Tautų Respublikos užsienio prekybos struktūra bei mastas: Lietuvos Didžiosios kunigaikštystės atvejis]
    research article
    Žiemelis, Darius
    Lithuanian historical studies. [Vilnius : Lietuvos istorijos institutas], 2012, Vol. 17., p. 91-123
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    Lietuvos tautinės mažumos, valstybė ir visuomenė XX - XXI amžių sandūroje
    [Ethnic minorities, state and society in Lithuania in the late 20th and early 21st century]
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    Kasperavičius, Algis Povilas
    Lietuvos istorijos studijos /Vilniaus universitetas. Vilnius : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2012, t. 30., p. 150-170
    The interethnic and intercultural dialogue should be cultivated through education and a deeper understanding of cultural life of ethnic minorities, particularly emphasising the crimes of holocaust and mass terror carried out by totalitarian regimes, and explaining the complex problems of Lithuania’s history and relationships with the neighbouring countries.
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  • review article
    Istorija : Lietuvos aukštųjų mokyklų mokslo darbai. Vilnius : Vilniaus pedagoginio universiteto leidykla, 2011, [t.] 83, [Nr.] 3., p. 59-63
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    Vidurio Rytų Europa XX amžiaus antrosios pusės lenkų išeivijos federalistinėse regioninėse koncepcijose
    [East Central Europe in the federalist-regional concepts of the Polish emigrants of the second half of the 20th century]
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    Lietuvos istorijos studijos = Studies of Lithuania's history : mokslo darbai. Vilnius : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2011, t. 27., p. 125-143
    The most prominent representatives of the federalist concept among Polish emigrants of the second half of the 20th century are considered to be historian Oskar Halecki (1891–1973) and editor / politician Jerzy Giedroyc (1906–2000). They made a tremendous influence on the Polish historiographical and geopolitical thought. The present article is dedicated to their activities and has formulated the concepts meant for the substantiation of the federal past of East Central Europe and the independence of the region. The developments of World War II and post-war periods conditioned a half-century long dualistic division of Europe into the democratic West and the Communist East, which left a deep imprint in the world historiography. Disagreeing with the dualistic representation of Europe, O. Halecki suggested his own concept: he summarized the discussions of historians and politicians of the first half of the 20th century concerning such concepts as Eastern Europe, Slavic Europe, Central or East Central Europe. This was reflected in his publication “The Limits and Divisions of European History”. In it, he suggested dividing Europe not into two or three but into four parts – Western, Eastern, West Central and East Central.
  • research article
    Zgodovinski časopis = Historical review. Lubljana : Zvezda Zgodovinskih Društev Slovenije, 2011, [Vol.] 65, [Nr.] 1-2(143)., p. 88-103
  • review article
    Žiemelis, Darius
    Lietuvos istorijos studijos : mokslo darbai = Studies of Lithuania's history : research papers / Vilniaus universitetas. Vilnius : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2011, t. 27., p. 190-194