About the Authors

Anthony Bukoski is Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. His book, Children of Strangers, won the Oskar Halecki Prize from the Polish American Historical Association.

John J. Bukowczyk is Professor of History at Wayne State University and editor of Polish Americans and Their History: Community, Culture, and Politics (1996).

Anna Cienciala is Professor of History at the University of Kansas.

Danuta Z. Hutchins holds a PhD from the University of Minnesota. She is an independent scholar and translator.

Joseph A. Kotarba is Professor of Sociology at the University of Houston.

Zygmunt Krasinski (1812--1859) is a Polish Romantic poet, playwright and essayist.

Bogna Lorence-Kot is Professor of History at the California College of Arts & Crafts.

Wieslaw Janusz Mikulski, M.A., is a high school teacher in Ostroleka, Poland. His poetry appeared in numerous Polish publications including W drodze,Wiez and Znak. He is the author of several collections of poetry.

George Rapall Noyes (1873--1952) was an American Slavicist and translator from the Polish. He was Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Southern California.

John Radzilowski received a doctorate in History from the University of Arizona in 1999. He is a ranking member of several Polish American organizations.

Suzanna Strempek Shea is the author of Lily of the Valley (reviewed in this issue of the SR). Her other novels are Hoopi Shoopi Donna and Selling the Lite of Heaven.

James R. Thompson is Professor of Statistics at Rice University. His most recent book is Simulation: A Modeler's Approach (John Wiley 2000).


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