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PGSA 22nd Annual Conference
Prussian Poland, 1772-1918 by John Kulczycki
...John J. Kulczycki
- is a Professor in the History Department at the University of Illinois, Chicago.He
has an MA & PhD from Columbia University in History.He
also attended the University of Vienna and is well versed in Polish, German, French and Russian.Dr. Kulczycki
also served as professor, instructor at Northwestern University, Columbia University, University of Vermont, Brooklyn College and University Extension Center in Ethiopia.He
also was associated with the US Department of State and an Interpreter in Polish.He
has written many articles and books and chapters in books and has given many lectures around the country.
Jan Lorys - a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago with a BA in Political Science and an MA in East European History, is the Director of the Polish Museum of America and a bilingual history teacher.As a United States Army Reserve Officer, his
last assignment was as a Foreign Area Office - Reserve Component for Poland, assigned to the Pentagon.While born in England, he
grew up in Chicago, attended Polish Saturday schools and was active in Harcestwo, the Polish Scouting Organization in Exile.
prof. John J. Kulczycki - ...
prof. John J. Kulczycki - University of Illinois at Chicago
Season Salon | Remy Bumppo Theatre Company | Remy Bumppo Theatre Company - Chicago Theater
JOHN J. KULCZYCKI, Speaking on Our Class (Pictured with Polish President Bronislav Komorowski)
John J. Kulczycki is professor emeritus at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he taught courses in Polish and East European history and nationalism for 23 years.
has published several books and many articles about the history of Poland, mainly on topics related to modern Polish-German relations.
is currently working on a book concerning ethnic changes in Poland, 1939-1951.
participated in a Polish-Jewish dialogue sponsored by the American Jewish Committee and the Polish National Alliance
following the screening of the film "Shoah" in the late 1980s.
He received a Ph.D. "with distinction" from Columbia University in 1973.
From 1963-1965 he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia and more recently has worked with an Ethiopian NGO to provide vocational training for homeless girls in Addis Ababa.
Written by and reprinted with permission of: John J. Kulczycki, Professor of History, University of Illinois at Chicago; Published by the Polish Museum of America, 984 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60622;