Announcements and Notes

Summer 1995 Study at the Catholic University of Lublin
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee sponsors a five-week program in historic Lublin, with an intensive course in Polish language (125 hours of classroom time) at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. Time: July 12-August 15, 1995. Price: $2,365 for five weeks, all inclusive (air fare Chicago-Warsaw, group travel in Poland, accommodations and meals in Poland, university classes and entertainment). Graduates of this course are eligible for five credit hours at UWM.
Also available is a three-week course in Polish language and two-week course in business Polish.
For more information call Professor Michael Mikos, 414-229-4948, or write: Department of Slavic Languages, U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, P.O.Box 413, Milwaukee, WI 53201.

Mikos Receives NEH Grant
Michael J. Mikos, Professor of Polish at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the academic year 1995/96, to prepare for publication a comprehensive anthology of Polish Renaissance literature.

Polish Genealogical Society of Texas Thrives The Society publishes a huge Newsletter and is seriously engaged in genealogical research. Those interested should write to PGST, 15917 Juneau, Houston, Texas 77040-2155.

We would like to thank the following persons and institutions for their contribution to the Sarmatian Review Publication Fund between December 15, 1994 and March 15, 1995: Mr. & Mrs. Stanley & Maria Garczynski, Mr. & Mrs. J. George & Irena M. Gumulka, Mr. & Mrs. Jan & Hanna Karon (twice), Dr. & Mrs. Jonathan Keyes, Professor & Mrs. Marek & Barbara Kimmel, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard M. & Diane Krazynski, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony & Maria Rudnicki, Dr. Kenneth Walpuck.
The present issue is sponsored in part by a grant from the Burzynski Research Institute, Inc., Houston, Texas.

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