About the Authors
Volume XXV, No. 1
Halina Ablamowicz is an Assistant Professor of English at Tennessee Technical University.
Marek Jan Chodakiewicz is a Research Professor at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC. His most recent book is Between Nazis and Soviets: Occupation Politics in Poland, 1939-1947 (2004).
Kevin Christianson is Professor of American and world literature at Tennessee Technical University. In 1999/2000 he was a Fulbright Fellow at the University of Toruń, Poland. His poems have been published by numerous small presses, and his teaching includes creative writing.
Agnieszka Gutthy is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Southeastern Louisiana University.
Raymond Gawronski, SJ, is Professor of Theology at Marquette University. His most recent book is A Closer Walk with Christ (2003).
Kevin Hannan teaches English literature at the University of Łódź.
Richard J. Hunter, Jr., is Professor of Legal Studies at Seton Hall University. He and Leo V. Ryan have published widely on Polish economics and politics, including From Autarchy to Market: Polish Economics and Politics, 1945-1995 (1997).
Wojciech Kajtoch obtained his PhD in Russian literature from the University of Warsaw. He is a Lecturer in the College of Journalism at Jagiellonian University.
Danuta Künstler-Langner is Professor of Polish Baroque Literature at the University of Toruń and the author of numerous books on the Baroque period.
Michael J. Mikoś is Professor of Polish Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the author of a multi-volume English-language anthology of Polish literature from the Middle Ages until the present time.
Jerzy Narbutt is a contemporary Polish essayist and the author of, among others, Ostatnia twarz portretu where the meditation published in this issue first appeared.
Edward Rozek is Professor of Political Science Emeritus at the University of Colorado and the author of, among others, Allied Wartime Diplomacy: A Pattern in Poland (2nd ed., 1989).
Leo V. Ryan, C.S.V., is Professor Emeritus at DePaul University.
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