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60 2015 3
Shoshana Ronen: Post-Holocaust Representations of Polandin Israeli Literature; Rui Alfonso and Fabio Koifman: Sousa Mendes, Sousa Dantas, and the Flight of Polish Refugees from France; Oscar E. Swan: Oboje (both-collective): Normative Grammar, the Polish National Corpus, Google, and Contemporary Standard Polish; Elzbieta Kawecka-Wyrzykowska: Proposal for Changes in the Finansing System of the EU Budget: Poland's Position; Jan Lencznarowicz: The Imageof the FDR in the Post_World War II Polish Emigrant Press (1945-1956); John M. Grondelski: Interview with Professor Zbigniew Stawrowski on the Clash of Civilizations or Civil War; Book Reviews.
60 2015 2
Daniel Pratt: Narrative and Form: Gombrowicz and the Narrative Conception of Personal Identity; Klara Lutsky: "I know What I Am Not": The Problem of the Marginal Self in Gombrowicz's Novels; Daniel Balderston: Rex Cafe, Buenos Aires, 1947: On the Spanish Translation of Gombrowcz's Ferdydurke; Zofia Stasiakiewicz: Witold Gombrowicz in Spain; Silvana Mandolessi: Gombrowicz and the Monster; Allen J. Kuharski: Witold Gombrowicz: Diary of a Playwright; Aleksander Fiut: Some Remarks on Gombrowicz's Kronos; Jerzy Jarzebski : Kronos and Literature; Lukasz Tischner: Was Gombrowicz the First Postsecularist?Nikolas Hochman: Gombrowicz, A Slippery LiarSilvia G. Dapia Two Ways of Thinking About Crime: Gombrowicz's "A Premeditated Crime" (1953) and Borges's "Emma ZUnz" (1948). Book Reviews.
60 2015 1
Paul J. Radzilowski: Sources, Problems, and Prospects for a History on the Piety of Jan Dlugosz, with Special Reference to Liturgy; Piotr Szczypa: Heroes and the Monstrous Event of the Holocaust in Schindler's List and Korczak; Kristina Sabaliauskaite: Silva Rerum I, Silva Rerum II, and Silva Rerum III - Between Facts and Fiction: Recreating the Early Modern Culture of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth in Contemporary Literature; Lucyna Aleksandrowicz-Pedich: Paul Auster's Poland-Related Constructs of Death in Timbuktu and Oracle Night; Donald E. Piekos: The Polish American Congress and the Organized Polish American Community Since 1999: Defining a New Mission After Poland's Entry to NATO; Jolanta Wrobel: The Other Heroine is Memory (A Conversation with Agata Tuszynska); Book Reviews.
59 2014 4
Beth Holmgren: Collecting the Show on the Road: Spotlight on Anna Mieszkowska and the Polish Cabaret Archive; Robert Blobaum: A City in Flux: Warsaw's Transient Populations During World War I; Henry J. Gwiazda II: The Nazi Racial War: The First Stage in Building the New Order in Poland; Michael Szporer: OJan Karski: Personal Reflections on the Life of a Saint; Malgorzata Mizia: Architecture as an Art of Understanding; Grzegorz Szelwach: Gaszynski's Letters to Friends; Book Reviews.
59 2014 3
James Pula: Kosciuszko's Influence as an American Military Leader; Michal Burczak: The Creation of an Enduring Legend of the National Hero: A Comparison of Tadeusz Kosciuszko and George Washington; Graham Russel, Gao Hodges: Kosciuszko and African-American History; Anna A. Rosner: Jewish Participation in the Kosciuszko Uprising; Jaroslaw Czubaty: A Republican in a Changing World: The Polistical Position and Attitudes of Tadeusz Kosciuszko, 1798-1817; Joanna Wojdon and Jakub Tyszkiewicz: The Image of Tadeusz Kosciuszko in Postwar Polish Eductaion; Book Reviews.
59 2014 2
Paul W. Knoll: Working for the King (and the Queen): Krakovian Scholars in the Royal Service in Late Medieval Poland; Paul W. Knoll: Class War or Ethnic Cleansing? Soviet Deportation of Polish Citizens from the Eastern Provinces of Poland, 1939-1941; Cindy Bylander: Charles Ives and Poland's Stalowa Wola Festival: Inspirations and Legacies; Elzbieta Wrobel: Rafal Malczewski and Wiadomosci Book Reviews.
59 2014 1
Halina Filipowicz: "Am I That Name?" Feminism, Feminist, Criticism, and Gender Studies; Ursula Phillips: Narcyza Zmichowska's Novel frm LIfe: Czy to powiesc? (Is This a Novel?) (1876); Renata Ingbrant: In Search of the New Man: Changing Masculinities in Late Nineteenth- Century Polish Novels; Joanna Kot: Non-Recognition and Mourning: A Means of Change in a Few Interwar Polish Dramas; Bozena Karwowska: Exile in Postwar Polish Women's Prose; Lynn Lubamersky: Unique and Incomparable: The Exceptional Life of the First Female Doctor in Poland, Regina Salomea Pilsztynowa Book Reviews
58 2013 4
Pawel Styrna: Defense of Western Civilization or "Polish Imperialism"? Opinions on the Kiev Expedition in the American, British, Belgian, Polish, and Soviet Press: A Sample from April-May 1920; Antoni Sulek: Tracing de Tocqueville: Ludwik Krzywicki's 1893 Journey to "Modern" America; Natalia Romuzga: Diffusing Global Medical Knowledge in Poland and Ukraine: A Qualitative Study of the Children's Medical Care Foundation; Katarzyna Balzewska: Losers, Winners and Their Crimes in the Context of the Themes of Jozef Mackiewicz's Selected Works; John Z. Guzlowski: Antoni Gronowicz: Con-man, Postmodernist, or Polish American Patriot?; John Grondelski: A Talk with Halik Kochanski; Book Reviews.
58 2013 3
Sebastian P. Bartos: Post-Gregorian Episcopal Authority and the Struggle for Ducal Krakow, 1177-1210; Patrice M. Dabrowski: Multiple Visions, Multiple Viewpoints: Apparitions in Polish-German Borderland, 1877-1880; Clair M. Anderson: In Search of the Origins of the Oplatek; Book Reviews.
58 2013 2
Magdalena Kubow: The Solidarity Movement in Poland: Its History and Meaning in Collective Memory; Ewelina Szczech-Pietkiewicz: Poland's Urban Competitivness in the European Context; Gerald J. Beyer: The Catholic Church and the Ethic of Solidarity in Poland After 1989: An Update; John Grondelski: A Talk with Janusz Wrobel; Book Reviews.
58 2013 1
Oscar Swan:The Polish Duel and Its Last Apologia: Wladyslaw Boziewicz's Polski kodeks honorowy (The Polish Code of Honor); Kinga Kosmala:Olga Stanislawska's Charles de Gaulle Roundabout: Raw Facts and the Danger of Finalizing Narratives; Anna M. Cienciala: A Tribute to Andrzej Przewoznik on the Seventieth Anniversary of the Discovery of the Katyn Crime; In Appreciation: PIOTR WANDYCZ: Piotr S. Wandycz: The Second Republic, 1921-1939; Antony Polonsky : Piotr Wandycz; M.B.B. Biskupski: Reflections on Piotr Wandycz; Neal Pease: Lessons Learned> Lessons Relearned: Piotr S. Wandycz on Recent East Central European History. Book Reviews.
57 2012 4
Tomasz Grusiecki: Going Global? An Attempt to Challenge the Peripheral Position of Early Modern Polish-Lithuanian Painting in the Historiography of Art; Gracjan Kraszewski: Catalyst for Revolution: Pope John Paul II's 1979 Pilgrimage to POland and Its Effects on Solidarity and the Fall of Communism; Anna Peck: The Polish Contribution to the Development of European Democracy: Interpretations in American Textbooks; Ann Hetzel Gunkel: Global Gorale and Postmodern Polskosc: Polish Roots Music and the Post-Communism Recovery of Folk; Wojciech Jerzy Muszynski: The Polish Guards Companies of the U.S. Army After World War II; Alan Lockwood: "In the Footsteps of Krakow's European Identity": The Rynek Underground Archaeological Exhibit. Book Reviews.
57 2012 3
Marek Sroka: "Nations will not Survive Without Their Cultural Heritage": Karol Estreicher, Polish Cultural Resititution Plans and the Recovery of Polish Cultural Property from the American Zone of Occupation; Christopher Vened:Playinh Dionysus: An Interview with Myself; Theodore L. Zawistowski: Essays in Honor of Joseph Wieczerzak: An Introduction; Donald E. Pienkos: Brother Against Brother: COnfllict in the Polish National Alliance, 1900-1940; James S. Pula: "A Passion for Humanity": Founding the New England Hospital for Women and Children. Book Reviews.
57 2012 2
Krystyna Lukasiewicz: Deceptive Practices in Fifteenth Century Europe: The Case of Wladyslaw III Jagiellon (Varnensis); Eva Plach:The Animal Welfare Movement in Interwar Poland: An Introductory Sketch; Timothy F. Kearney: Democracy's Long March Through the Institutions of a People's Republic; Helena M. Pycior: Beyond the Symbol of the Woman Scientist: Marie Sklodowska Curie from the Standpoints of Presidents Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover.. Book Reviews.
57 2012 1
Marek Payerhin: Singing Out of Pain: Protest Song and Social Mobilization; Tomasz Kamussela: Central Europe in the Distorting Mirror of Maps, Languages and Ideas; Panayot Karagyozov: Prometheism Degenerated: On Material from Ancient Greek and Polish Literature. Book Reviews.
LVI 2011 4 Purchase on Kindle
Charles S. Kraszewski: At Year’s End; Magdalena Kay: Assessing the Anglo-American Legacy of Czesław Miłosz; John T. Pawlikowski: Czesław Miłosz in the Context of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America; Bożena Shallcross: Outside the Frame: Wisława Szymborska on Photography; Michał Kasprzak: Buying a New Identity: Polish-Americans and Mass Consumerism in the Interwar Years; Christopher Garbowski: The Analogical Imagination and the Past and Present of Popular Religion in Poland; Kazimierz Braun: Norwid and John Paul II; Program of the 69th Annual Meeting; Thaddeus V. Gromada: Annual Report of PIASA’s President and Executive Director; Thaddeus V. Gromada: Farewell Remarks. Book Reviews.
LVI 2011 3 Purchase on Kindle
Thomas M. Prymak:Rembrandt’s “Polish Rider” in its East European Context; John J. Bukowczyk:Making Polonia From Many One? Or Many? Or None? Problematizing Polish-American Identity; John T. Pawlikowski: Poles, Jews, and the Holocaust: Some Reflections; Donald E. Pienkos: An Effort at Understanding: the Janusz Korczak Lecture Series in Milwaukee, 1979-1989. Background, Accomplishments, Significance; Aleksandra Ziółkowska-Boehm: A Better Day Hasn’t Yet Come (reportage); Tomasz Kamusella: A Novel Approach to the Study of Nationalism in Poland? (reviewarticle); Paul Best: World War One in the Carpathian Mountains (notes on books). Book Reviews.
LVI 2011 1-2 (Special Double Issue on Marshal Piłsudski)
Patrice M. Dabrowski (Guest Editor): Editor’s Introduction. Commemorating Józef Piłsudski; Thaddeus V. Gromada: Józef Piłsudski: A Bibliographical Sketch; Robert A. Rothstein: Piłsudski in Song; Jacek Lubecki: Piłsudski’s Influence on the Polish Armed Forces of the Interwar Period; Neal Pease: The Marshal and the Almighty: Piłsudski and Religion; Natalia Aleksiun: Regards from my Shtetl: Polish Jews Write to Piłsudski, 1933-1935; Patrice M. Dabrowski: Uses and Abuses of the Polish Past by Józef Piłsudski and Roman Dmowski; Anna M. CIenciala: The Foreign Policy of Józef Piłsudski and Józef Beck, 1926-1939: Misconceptions and Interpretations.
LV 2010 4 Purchase on Kindle.
Teresa G. Wojcik: The Role of School-Based Civic Education in Poland’s Transformation; Oscar E. Swan: Symbolic Play in Kieślowski’s Dekalog III; Tomasz Sommer: Execute the Poles: The Genocide of Poles in the Soviet Union, 1937-1938. Documents from Headquarters; Teofil Lachowicz: The Polish Army Veterans Association of America (a Historical Outline); Janusz A. Ihnatowicz: Bolesław Taborski: A Poet Pledged to Poland; Bolesław Taborski: Three Poems; Anna M. Cienciala: What did Roosevelt and Churchill Really Aim to Achieve for Poland at Yalta? Was Yalta the Price of Peace? A Discussion of S.M. Plokhy, Yalta: the Price of Peace; Book reviews.
LV 2010 3 Purchase on Kindle.
Laura Miller-Purrenhage, “Born Under a Black Star,” Living with Happy Thighs: Anna Świrszczyńska’s Jestem Baba Collection. Andrew Kier Wise, Postcolonial Anxiety in Polish Nationalist Rhetoric. Zbigniew Andres: Secrets of Being: Man and His Problems in the Poetry of Tadeusz Chabrowski. Donald E. Pienkos: An Interesting if Less than Startling Presidential Election. Jarek Garliński: “The Poles Alone.” Review Article of books by Jonathan Walker, David G. Williamson, and Kenneth K. Koskodan.
LV 2010 2 Purchase on Kindle.
Bartłomiej Międzybrodzki, “‘Mission Accomplished: Crowds Dispersed’ Clashes Between Polish Citizens and Zomo on the Streets of Polish Cities as Seen Through the Eyes of Participants (December 13, 1981 — December 31, 1982)”; Jan Chroboczek, “Jan Brożek: Mathematician, Astronomer and Biographer of Copernicus (1585-1652)” R. C. Raack, “His Question Asked and Answered. Stalin on ‘Whither Poland’” ; Thaddeus V. Gromada, “Annual Report of Piasa's President and Executive Director” Paul W. Knoll (Review Article), “Krzysztof Oźóg. The Role of Poland in the IntellectualDevelopment of Europe in the Middle Ages; Michael Alfred Peszke (Review Article), “The Demise of the Polish Armed Forces in the West, 1945-1947. Mieczysław Nurek. Gorycz zwycięstwa. Los polskich sił zbrojnych na zachodzie po II wojnie światowej, 1945-1949 [Bitter Victory, The Fate of the Polish Armed Forces in the West after the Second World War, 1945-1949]; Jerzy Adam Radomski. Demobilizacja polskich sił zbrojnych na zachodzie w latach 1945-1951 [The Demobilization of the Polish Armed Forces in the West in 1945-1951]”
LV 2010 1 Purchase on Kindle
J.Marek Haltof, Return to Auschwitz: Wanda Jakubowska’s The Last Stage (1948); Zbigniew Andres, Kazimierz Wierzyński — An Emigrant’s Fate (translated by Agnieszka Maria Gernand); Beata Dorosz, Kazimierz Wierzyński and PIASA (translated by Agnieszka Maria Gernand); John Foster Leich, Foreign Service: A young U.S. Foreign Service Officer in Gdańsk and Warsaw, 1947-48; Aleksandra Gruzińska, Children Remember the War: Polish Children in Barcelona (1946-1956); Anna M. Cienciala review article: Another Look at Poland and Poles During World War II: Laurence Rees, World War II: Behind Closed Doors. Stalin, the Nazis and the West.
LIV 2009 4 Purchase on Kindle
Krystyna Łukasiewicz, Dagome Iudex and the First Conflict over Succession in Poland; Magdalena Kay, Travel and the Liminal Subject: O, the Poetry of Julia Hartwig; Minton F. Goldman, Polish Policy Toward Ukraine: the Impact on Polish-Russian Relations in 2008-2009; Jan S. Plachta, Bridges of Ralph Modjeski; Fr. Janusz A. Ihnatowicz, Pavanne for Friends Departed (translated by Charles S. Kraszewski); Charles S. Kraszewski, review article: Jacek Chmielnik’s Giewont, utwory sceniczne [Giewont: Dramatic Works]. Book Reviews
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David Tompkins, Composing for and with the Party: Andrzej Ponufnik and Stalinist Poland; Daniel Stone, Cepelia and Folk Arts Industries in Poland, 1949-1956; Thaddeus V. Gromada, Annual Report of PIASA’s President and Executive Director, June 2008-June 2009; Program of the 67th Annual Meeting of PIASA; Tadeusz Kantor, Tadeusz Kantor at PIASA, May 21, 1982 (transcription and translation by Charles S. Kraszewski). Book Reviews.
LIV 2009 2 Purchase on Kindle
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Bezond Illusions and Indifference; Daniel Fried, Poland, America and the Arc of HIstory; M.B.B. Biskupski, The Origins of a Relationship: the United States and Poland, 1914-1919; Piotr S. Wandycz, The Second Republic, 1921-1939; Anna M. Cienciala, The United States and Poland in World War II, an Overview; John Davis, Postwar Relations: the Long Climb from Yalta and Potsdam to Gdańsk and the Round Table; Andrew A. Michta, Polish Security Policy: Keeping Priorities in Balance; Anna M. Cienciala, review article: Marek Kornat’s Polish Foreign Policy and the Czechoslovak Crisis of 1938 as Reflected in Polish Diplomatic Documents.
LIV 2009 1 Purchase on Kindle
Paul W. Knoll, The Worst Heretic: Andrzej Gałka of Dobczyn in the Academic and Ecclesiastical Context of Mid-15th Century Kraków and Poland; Lawrence Klippenstein, Four Letters to Susanna from Johann Bartsch, a Danzig Menonnite Land Scout, 1786-87; Joseph Gigliotti, The Role of High Inflation in the Decline of Sixteenth Century Poland/Lithuania’s Economy; Frank Hadler, Germany and the Czech Republic: Getting Away from the Past; Silvia Dapia, The First Poststructuralist: Gombrowicz’s Debt to Nietzsche. Book Reviews.
LIII 2008 4
Robert Szymczak, The Vindication of Memory: the Katyn Case in the West, Poland and Russia 1952-2008; M.B.B. Biskupski, Polish Historiography in Post World War II Great Britain; John J. Kulczycki, Polish Historians in the United States and Canada; Rafał Stobiecki, Polish Historians in Western Europe; James S. Pula, Fact vs. Fiction: What Do We Really Know About the Polish Presence in Early Jamestown?; Agata Brajerska-Mazur, Ten Commandments for the Translation of the Works of Cyprian Norwid (and What Came from Them, or, on the Translations of Danuta Borchardt) (translated by Agnieszka Maria Gernand). Book reviews.
LIII 2008 3
Francis J. Ryan, Revisiting Frances Bradshaw’s 1918 Ethnographic Study of the Philadelphia Polish Catholic Schools: a Ninety-Year Retrospective; Robert L. Cohn, Early Postwar Travelers on the Future of Jewish Life in Poland; Thaddeus V. Gromada, Annual Report of PIASA’s Executive Director, June 2007-June 2008; Vernon Dobtcheff, A Film by Jerzy Kawalerowicz; Charles S. Kraszewski, review article: Harold B. Segel’s Columbia Literary History of Eastern Europe Since 1945. Book Reviews.
LIII 2008 2
Inessa Jaźborowska. Russian Historical Literature on the Katyn Massacre (translated by Anna Cienciala); James S. Pula, Tadeusz Kościuszko: a Case Study in Constructed Historical Symbolism; Michael J. Mikoś, Towards a History of Polonistyka in the United States and Canada; George Gömöri , Montaigne’s Praise of Stefan Batory: a Note on His Source. Book Reviews.
LIII 2008 1
Michael Guzik, S.J. From Soldier to Saint: Ignatian Spiritual Elements in Quo Vadis?; Władysław Roczniak, Power in Powerlessness: The Strange Journey and Career of Regina Salomea Pilsztynowa; George Gasyna, The Poetics of the Borderlands: Ryszard Kapuściński’s Poland; Serhij Bilenky, The Clash of Mental Geographies: Poles on Ukraine, Ukrainians on Poland in the Time of Romanticism; Anna M. Cienciala, review article: Poland in Two Recent Histories of WWII. Book Reviews.
LII 2007 4
Ryszard Zajączkowski, Christ’s Witness: Among Meanings and Contexts of Roman Brandstaetter’s Writings; Grażyna J. Kozaczka, Century’s Child: W.S. Kuniczak’s Unfinished Novel of Polish Immigrants in Post World War II America; Marek Payerhin, Damming It. Why Environmentalists Doomed an Environmental Project; Sherman W. Garnett, Austerity and Insight. Zbigniew Herbert’s “Transformations of Livy;” Rimma Garn, The Implied Author in Kieślowski’s White. Book Reviews.
LII 2007 3
Gregory F. Domber, The AFL-CIO, the Reagan Administration and Solidarność; Idesbald Goddeeris, Western Trade Unions and Solidarność: a Comparison from a Polish Perspective; Ashby Crowder, Romanian Reactions to Independent Unionism, East European Labor and State Socialism; Michael Alfred Peszke, A Paradigm to the History of the Polish Military History of World War Two? A West Point Museum Exhibit; Bożena Leven, Reforms and Emigration: Poland’s Medical Sector; Joanna Rostropowicz-Clark, The Re-Claimed Homeland in Anna Frajlich’s Poetry. Book Reviews.
LII 2007 2
Grażyna Kubica, A Real Krakauer: Feliks Gross and His Cracovian Roots; Jerome Krase, Feliks Gross: Between Assimilation and Multiculturalism; Joseph W. Wieczerzak, Sociology 75 and Afterwards: Some Reminiscences about Feliks Gross; Charles S. Kraszewski, The Harmonic Bell-Jar: Wierzyński, Barańczak and the Poetics of Anti-Heroic Dissent; Luke B. Howard, Henry Górecki’s Symphony No. 3 (1976) as a Symbol of Polish Political History; Thaddeus V. Gromada, Annual Report of PIASA’s Executive Director, June 2006-June 2007; Program of the 65th Annual Meeting of PIASA. Book Reviews.
LII 2007 1
Jacek Lubecki and Lech Szczegóła, Polish Exceptionalism. What Explains the Low Turnout in Polish Post-Communist Elections? Władysław Roczniak, Piotr Skarga, Philanthropist of the Counter-Reformation; Hanna Gosk, Narrating Everyday Life in Polish Prose of the Late Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Century; Anna M. Cienciala, review article: A Forgotten Minister of Interwar Poland. Book Reviews.
LI 2006 3-4
Robert D. Ubriaco, Jr., Giving Credit where Credit is Due: Cold War Political Culture, Polish American Politics, the Truman Doctrine and the Victory Thesis; Władysław Roczniak, Clashing Functions/Clashing Elites. Negotiating Hospital Functions in Pre-Modern Poland (13th-18th Centuries); T. David Curp, The Revolution Betrayed? The Poznań Revolt and Polish Road to Nationalist Socialism; Marga Napiorkowska, The Perduring Grotesque in Dorota Masłowska’s Wojna Polsko-Ruska pod flagą Biało-Czerwoną; Anne Swartz, Moniuszko’s Halka and the Revival of the Noble Traditions at the Teatr Wielki; Donald Pienkos, A Look Back: Poland and the Historic Events of 1976; Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, review article: Historians on Historians. Book Reviews.
LI 2006 2
Kevin Hannan, Borders of Identity and Language in Silesia; Richard J. Hunter, Jr. and Leo V. Ryan, A Retrospective Analysis and Future Perspective: Why was Poland’s Transition so Difficult?; Paul Radzilowski, Poland Never Defeated: The Diplomatic Uses of Legend in the 15th Century; Jerzy B. Krzyżanowski, Growing Up Polish American in New England: From the Memoirs of Leon Twarog; Donald Pienkos, A Fresh Start? Poland’s 2005 Elections. Book Reviews.
LI 2006 1
Saulius Sužiedėlis, Poland and Her Easter Neighbors (a Lithuanian Perspective); Charles S. Kraszewski, Maciej Kazimierz Sarbiewski: the Christian Horace in England; Halina Stephan, Polish Émigré Writers in New York in the Files of the FBI: Lechoń, Wierzyński, Wittlin; Andrzej Niewiadomski, review article: Zbigniew Andres and Jan Wolski, Poezja polska na obczyźnie [Polish Poetry Abroad]; Michael Alfred Peszke, review article: Michael Hope’s The Abandoned Legion: a Study of the Background and Process of the Post War Dissolution of Polish Forces in the West; Jerzy Borzęcki, review article: Paul Robert Magocsi’s Historical Atlas of Central Europe. Book Reviews.