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Anna Muller

Anna Muller is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. She is the author of If the Walls Could Speak. Inside a Women’s Prison in Communist Poland.
From 2010-13, she worked for the Museum of the Second World War (in Gdansk) as a curator responsible for the sections devoted to the Holocaust, the concentration camps, and eugenics. Continuing some curatorial work, she collaborated with the Emigration Museum in Gdynia on a project titled the People of Hamtramack that included a series of interviews with the Hamtramck Polonia. Most recently she coordinated an exhibit on contemporary masculinities and femininities in Eastern Europe, titled she, he, me. The exhibit was on display at the Harn Museum in Gainesville, Florida and the Oloman Café in Hamtramck.
She is also the president of the Polish American Historical Association.
She considers her work as a book editor for h-net Poland an important service that helps h-net subscribers to learn more about fascinating new books that appear in our field often.


Patrice M. Dabrowski

Patrice M. Dabrowski is a historian with degrees from Harvard University (A.B., A.M. and PhD) and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (M.A.L.D.).  She has taught at Harvard, Brown, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and recently finished a three-year stint at the Doktoratskolleg Galizien at the University of Vienna. Dabrowski is an Associate of the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. Grants and postdocs held include the following: Fulbright Scholar (Ukraine, 2005-6); IREX (Poland, 2006-7); Eugene and Daymel Shklar Fellow, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute (2008-9); and Senior Grant, Thesaurus Poloniae Fellowship Program, International Cultural Center (Cracow, Poland, 2011).  Her research and teaching interests lie in Polish and Central/East European history; nation-building and nationalism; festivals and commemorations; the history of tourism; urban history; environmental history; and the intersection of politics and culture. Dabrowski is the author of two books: Poland:  The First Thousand Years (2014/2016) and Commemorations and the Shaping of Modern Poland (2004).  Several of her articles have garnered awards, including the inaugural (2007) Biennial Article Prize of the Polish Studies Association (now renamed the Aquila Polonica Prize).  Her current book project is tentatively titled "'Discovering' the Carpathians:  Episodes in Imagining and Reshaping Alpine Borderland Regions."  In 2014 Dabrowski was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland. On H-Poland, she compiles a monthly list of recent publications of members of the Polish Studies Association and/or H-Poland.

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