This series revisits the historical and contemporary experience of one of America’s largest ethnic groups and the history of a European homeland that has played an important role in twentieth century world affairs. The Polish and Polish-American Studies Series publishes innovative monographs and more general works that offer new, critical, revisionist, or comparative perspectives in the field. Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary in profile, the series recruits manuscripts on Polish immigration and ethnic communities and on their country of origin and its various peoples.
John J. Bukowczyk, General Editor
Professor of History
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48202
313 577 2799
The Polish and Polish-American Series is made possible by:
The Polish American Historical Association and the Stanley Kulczycki Publication Fund of the Polish American Historical Association, New Britain, Connecticut,
The Stanislaus A. Blejwas Endowed Chair in Polish and Polish American Studies, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut, and
The Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professorship in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies at the University of Michigan, Dearborn.
Support is also provided by the following individuals:
Thomas Duszak (Benefactor),
George Bobinski (Contributor),
Alfred Bialobrzeski (Friend),
William Galush (Friend),
Col. John A. and Pauline A. Garstka (Friend),
Jonathan Huener (Friend),
Grazyna Kozaczka (Friend),
Neal Pease (Friend),
Mary Jane Urbanowicz (Friend), and
Maria Swiecicka-Ziemianek (Friend).