Polish American Studies, Autumn 2009, Volume 66, No.2


  • From Peasant to Proletarian: Home Ownership in Milwaukee's Polonia by Suzanne M. Zukowski
  • The Battalion That Never Was: Dr. Teofil Starzynski, the OSS, and the Polish American Special Service Unit Project, 1942 by Robert Szymczak
  • Born a Gypsy: Secondary Migration and Spatial Change in Two Polish Immigrant Communities, 1880-1925 by John Radziowski


Etos niepodleglosciowy Polonii amerykanskiej by Wladyslaw Zacharasiewicz
reviewed by John M. Grondelski

Soldiering for Glory: The Civil War Letters of Colonel Frank Schaller, Twenty-second Mississippi Infantry by Mary W. Schaller and Martin N. Schaller, eds.
reviewed by James S. Pula

Cultures in Contact: World Migrations in the Second Millennium by Dirk Hoerder
reviewed by John J. Bukowczyk

Herodot Polonii amerykaskiej: Mieczysaw Haiman (1888-1949 by Teresa Kaczorowska
reviewed by Anna D. Jaroszyńska-Kirchmann 

Polish American Studies, Spring 2009, Volume 66, No. 1


  • Ethnic Aesthetics: Considering Polish-American Art by Ann Hetzel Gunkel
  • Polite Avoidance: The Story Behind the Closing of Alliance College by Michael T. Urbanski
  • "The Silent One?": The (Absent) Voiceless Mother in Recent Narratives by Leslie Pietrzyk and Ellen Slezak by Grazyna J. Kozaczka
  • A Bibliography on Polish Americans, 2001-2005 by Mark Kulikowski



Testaments: Two Novellas of Emigration and Exile by Danuta Mostwin
reviewed by Anthony Bukoski

Polish Chicago: Our History - 0ur Recipe by Joseph W. Zurawski
reviewed by Thomas J. Napierkowski

Friends of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and Agrippa Hull. A Tale of Three Patriots, Two Revolutions, and a Tragic Betrayal of Freedom in the New Nation by Gary B. Nash and Graham Russell Gao Hodges
reviewed by James S. Pula