JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF LATVIAN HISTORY

2011

CONTENTS

 

No. 1

 

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

Guntis Zemītis. Meinard’s Choice: Ikšķile – Coincidence or Causality? – P. 5–18.

Ēriks Jēkabsons. Latvia and the United States of America: the First Contacts in 1918–1919. – P. 19–47.

Ainārs Lerhis. An Issue of the Latvian Government’s Emergency Powers of 17 May 1940. – P. 48–79.

Juris Pavlovičs. Change of Occupying Powers in Latvia: Source Material, Historical Writings, Theory. – P. 80–90.

Aija Jansone. The Strivings by the Society of Latvian Artists and Applied Artists in England to Maintain Latvian Identify in the Country of Refuge, 1949–2006. – P. 91–116.

SOURCES OF HISTORY. – P. 117–142.

SCIENTIFIC LIFE. – P. 143–156.

REVIEWS. – P. 157–180.

SURVEY OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS. – P. 181–194.

NOMINA. – P. 195–204.

IN MEMORIAM. – P. 205–207.

 

No. 2

 

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

Elīna Guščika. Research History of the Barrow Cemeteries with Stone Circle in the Territory of Latvia and Lithuania. – P. 5–57.

Tatjana Berga. Byzantine Coins in Latvia. – P. 58–64.

Antonija Vilcāne. The Department of Archaeology of the Institute of the History of Latvia at the University of Latvia from 1995 to 2011: reorganization, change of generations, researches. – P. 65–87.

Mariusz Balcerek. The Birth of the Polish Livonia. The Battles of Daugavpils in the Years 1625–1627. – P. 88–100.

Jānis Bērziņš. Participation of Vidzeme Society in the Second State Duma. – P. 101–124.

SOURCES OF HISTORY. – P. 125–134.

SCIENTIFIC LIFE. – P. 135–163.

REVIEWS. – P. 164–188.

SURVEY OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS. – P. 189–196.

NOMINA. – P. 197–200.

IN MEMORIAM. – P. 201–207.

 

No. 3

 

INSTITUTE OF LATVIAN HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LATVIA – 75. – P. 5–8.

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

Jānis Stradiņš. The Transformation of the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of the Latvian SSR to the Institute of the History of Latvia, 1988–1993 (the Recollections of a Contemporary). – P. 9–33.

Rasa Pārpuce. The Activities of the Repository of History during World War II (at the time of Nazi occupation). – P. 34–65.

Sergejs Tsoya. The Problem of the Identity of the Author of CHRONICON LIVONIAE (Henricus de Letti) in the Russian Historiography. – P. 66–83.

Edvīns Evarts, Juris Pavlovičs. Everyday Life in the “Cauldron of Courland”, 1944–1945. – P. 84–111.

Leo Dribins. Historiography of Latvian Minorities Policy (1920–1940 and 1990–2010). – P. 112–123.

SOURCES OF HISTORY. – P. 124–172.

SCIENTIFIC LIFE. – P. 173–183.

REVIEWS. – P. 184–194.

SURVEY OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS. – P. 195–204.

NOMINA. – P. 205–207.

 

No. 4

 

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

Eva Eihmane. Crisis in a Historical Perspective: The 14th Century – First Half of the 15th Century in Western Christendom. – 5.–36. lpp.

Guntis Gerhards. Epidemic in Riga during the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times. – 37.–65. lpp.

Konrad Bobiatyński. The Battle for Dünaburg between the Polish-Lithuanian State and the Muscovite State in the 1660s. – 66.–77. lpp.

Jānis Bērziņš. Activities of Kurzeme Society during Election for the 2nd State Duma. – 78.–94. lpp.

Māris Zunde. On the Radiocarbon (14C) Dating Method and its Application in Archaeology. – 95.–119. lpp.

BRIEFS. – P. 120–133.

SOURCES OF HISTORY. – P. 134–149.

SCIENTIFIC LIFE. – P. 150–175.

REVIEWS. – P. 176–178.

SURVEY OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS. – P. 179–188.

NOMINA. – P. 189–198.

IN MEMORIAM. – P. 199–201.



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