W cieniu Białowieskiej Puszczy. Studium z antropologii ekologicznej (Eunice L. Blavascunas, The peasant and communist past in the making of an ecological region: Podlasie, Poland, Santa Cruz 2008)

Agata Agnieszka Konczal

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