• Bringing the Notion of “Ethclass” to Life: Victor Greene’s Contributions to the History of American Industrial Workers, by Ewa Morawska
  • Victor Greene, the Immigration and Ethnic History Society, and Urban Studies, by Ronald Bayor

  • Victor Greene: Colleague, Friend, and Mensch, by Dominic A. Pacyga

  • Victor Greene, the Polish Immigrant Miner, and the Origins of the New Labor History, by James R. Barrett

  • Remembering Victor Greene, by James S. Pula

  • Victor Greene as Immigration Historian: Themes and Contexts, by Dorothee Schneider


  • Were There Really Poles in New-Netherland? by James S. Pula and Pien Versteegh

  • Crossing the Boundaries of Modernity: The Post-Abolition Journey of Polish Peasants to the United States, by Marta Cieslak

  • Nationally and Religiously: Commemorations in the Life of the Polish Diaspora in Sweden, 1945-1989, by Arnold Klonczynski