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Does the Name Matter? Central Europe and Central‑Eastern Europe in Different Variations and Configurations
This article points at differences and similarities in ways of defining Central Europe and Central‑Eastern Europe found in Polish and Czech academic discourse. The aim of the article is, firstly, to identify these differences and similarities, and secondly, to indicate the probable reasons for their existence. In order to accomplish both goals, the authors analyze selected narratives of Czech and Polish historiography and the terms present in both kinds of discourse under analysis. The analysisdoi:10.12797/politeja.15.2018.57.13 fatcat:qx3mbkgyibhevcnwwknpwrkdam