Etnografia historyczna w ujęciu Bohdana Baranowskiego
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Bohdan Baranowski (1915–1993), a prominent Polish historian, doctor honoris causa of the University of Łódź who had a great track record in creating a separate school of historical ethnography. Having overcome a methodological stereotype of classical ethnography he managed to integrate it with classical history. Thanks to that numerous works of Professor and his students were created and they transferred folk culture studies to the deep past, to modern times and even to medieval times, whereas scientific value of these publications significantly rose due to using written sources (historical ones).