National self-identification of students of the Faculty of Orthodox Theology at the University of Warsaw (late 1920s-1930s)


Second Polish Republic, national minority, Orthodox theology, the University of Warsaw


In the article, the data about national structure of students of Faculty of Orthodox Theology of the University of Warsaw in the late1920s-1930s is analyzed. The features of national self-identification of different groups of students are designated. Conclusions are made about the reasons for the disproportionate representation among future theologians of persons self-identifying as Russian and Orthodox Poles.