H-Poland is sponsored by the Polish Studies Association, an organization of scholars who specialize in the history, culture, art, politics, economics, and society of Poland. We hope that this list will serve as a discussion forum dealing with all aspects of Polish studies, as well as a place to post announcements of upcoming events or new publications. Although this is not a requirement, we encourage all those who participate in H-Poland to join the PSA.

Seeking Titles of History Courses with a Polish Element

Dear colleagues,

I am trying to get a better sense of how American scholar-teachers incorporate Polish subjects into their teaching at American colleges and universities.  I'd be most grateful if you could send me the titles of courses you teach in which there is some Polish element. If you wish to add a sentence on what part of Polish history you cover (for courses where that may not be obvious), that would be terrific, but it is not necessary. 

Peripheries at the Centre. Schooling in the Polish-German and Belgian-German Borderlands Compared

I wanted to invite you to my upcoming ASEEES Roundtable Session on Friday, December 3 at 5 pm CET. The panel will be discussing my newest monograph Peripheries at the Centre. Borderland Schooling in Interwar Europe in which I compare primary schooling in the Polish-German and Belgian-German borderlands. The book was published earlier this year by Berghahn Books. 

Re: Short-term residence scholarships at the Prof. Richard Pipes Laboratory of the Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences

Dear Sir/Madam,
I am interested in the scholarship, but I wonder if I am eligible. My interests are history and contemporary issues in Polish military defense policies, and issue of Polish political culture.
Sincerely.
Jacek Lubecki

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