About the Authors
Volume XXVI, No. 2
Jolanta W. Best holds a doctorate in philosophy from UJ and teaches humanities at the Houston Community College.
Marek Jan Chodakiewicz is Professor of History at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC.
Piotr Konieczny is a graduate student in political science at the University of Pittsburgh.
Jennifer J. Day is Assistant Professor of Russian at Bard College.
Jaroslaw Kaczyński is an MP in the Polish Sejm. He heads the Law and Justice Party that won a plurality in 2005 elections to the Parliament.
Steven Kaminski is a marketing director for a Michigan financial company.
Jacek Koronacki is Professor of Statistics at the Polish Academy of Sciences. He writes on political and social affairs for the Polish bimonthly Arcana: Kultura, Historia, Polityka.
Edward J. Rozek is Professor of Comparative Governments Emeritus at the University of Colorado. His student, former U.S. Senator Hank Brown of Colorado, played a significant role in the process of Poland’s admission to NATO.
Justyna Sempruch is Postdoctoral Researcher in the School of Social Sciences, University of York, Canada.
Cary M. Zdziebko Sheremet is a retired Senior Associate at the Detroit firm of Alfred Kahn & Associates. He is also a 1984 graduate of Rice University.
Janet Tucker is Professor of Russian at the University of Arkansas.
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