About the Authors
Vol. XXI, No. 2
Anna M.Cienciala is Professor of History at the University of Kansas and author (with Titus Komarnicki) of From Versailles to Locarno: Keys to Polish Foreign Policy 1919-1925 (1984). Her WWWeb textbooks on the history of East Central Europe can be found at http://www.ukans.edu/kansas/cienciala/.
Steven Kaminski is Assistant Director for the Society for College and University Planning, an affiliate of the School of Education at the University of Michigan.
Peter Lesniewski has recently completed his PhD thesis titled "Britain and Upper Silesia, 1919-1922" dealing with the misinformation and manipulation practiced by the British and German Governments over the Polish claim to Upper Silesia.
Miroslaw Skibniewski is Assistant Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Civil Engineering at Purdue University.
Bohdan Vitvitsky is a lawyer, writer, and lecturer residing in New Jersey. He is the author of The Other Holocaust: Many Circles of Hell (1980).
Malgorzata Warchol-Schlottmann is lehrbeauftragte Dozentin at the Institut für Slavische Philologie at Ludwig-Maximilians Universität in München and at the Institut für Slavistik, Universität Regensburg in Ratisbona.
Rodi Wout is a consultant in deep sea fisheries and trawler building, and his historical specialty is deep sea fishery and trade back to 3000 BC.
In the January 2001 issue, we failed to identify one of our authors, John Radzilowski, in About the Authors. He is Program Associate at the Center for Nations in Transition, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute, University of Minnesota.