|Humanities and Social Studies Volume 10|
|Wednesday, 29 June 2016 00:00|
The initiators of the creation of “Humanities and Social Studies” were research workers and academic teachers of the Kielce Higher Pedagogical School further transformed into the Jan Kochanowski Świetokrzyska Academy. From 1992 till 1996 the first three volumes of the magazine, whose title was then “Kielce Social Studies” (Polish “Kieleckie Studia Społeczne”, ISSN 1230-5049), were issued. Following its resumption, the first and second volume – from 2005 and 2007, were published under the title “Humanities and Social Studies of the Świetokrzyska Academy” (Polish “Studia Humanistyczno-Społeczne Akademii Świętokrzyskiej”, ISSN 1734-4689). Starting from the third volume of 2009 the journal has been published under the current title “Humanities and Social Studies” (Polish “Studia Humanistyczno-Społeczne”, ISSN 2081-2493). The name is often abbreviated to “SHS”.
As far as the substantive approach is concerned the journal is a periodical devoted to history, political science, security, international relations, administration and law, including in particular the history of administration and law and constitutional law. Apart from essays, also source materials, reviews and reports are published in the magazine.
“Humanities and Social Studies” is issued in print by the University Press the Jan Kochanowski in Kielce (Polish: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach). Until 2013, the journal was issued annually. Since 2014 it has been issued as a biennial.
We invite historians, political scientists and lawyers to submit their papers to be published in the subsequent volumes of “Humanities and Social Studies”.
Radosław Kubicki, Wojciech Saletra (The Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland)
Marek Florek (The Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland)
Horn and Bone Arrowheads from Sandomierz. Contribution to the Study of Mongol-Ruthenian Raids on Sandomierz Region in the Middle Ages
Mariusz Nowak (The Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland)
Public Controversies over Zygmunt Wielopolski's Voluntary Service in the Tsarist Army (1849-1855) during the Congress Kingdom of Poland
Aneta Morąg (Warsaw, Poland)
Zofia Nałkowska and Liberals of Kielce
Marek Jedynak (The Institute of National Remembrance, Delegation in Kielce, Poland)
Fulfilling “The Testament of the Polish Underground State” by the Members of the Community of the Home Army Świętokrzyskie Partisan Groups “Ponury” and “Nurt”
Piotr Swacha (The Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland)
Model of Athletes’ Political Commitment in “Przegląd Sportowy” (1948-1956)
POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Radosław Kubicki (The Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland)
Man from Kielce. Academic and Political Activity of Wojciech Saletra
Lucyna Rajca (The Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland)
Searching for Local Model of Electoral System
Joanna Grzela (The Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland)
The UK Policy towards the High North at the Background of Transformations and Growing International Interest in the Region
Roman S. Czarny (The Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland)
Public Diplomacy and Its Current Practice
Mateusz Kijewski (Kielce, Poland)
Analysis of the Labour Market in the City of Kielce in Q3 and Q4 2014 on the Basis of Job Offers Posted on the Website of the Municipal Labour Office in Kielce
Piotr Kardyś (Society of Friends of Diocesan Archive in Kielce, Poland)
Inventory of the Old Prints from the Library of Basilica Minor of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Wiślica
Paweł Brzegowy (The Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland)
Robert Aldrich, John Connell, France's Overseas Frontier Départements et territoires d'outre-mer, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2006, pp. 368