About The Sarmatian Review
Vol. XX, No. 3
The Sarmatian Review (ISSN 1059-5872) is a triannual publication of the Polish Institute of Houston. The journal deals with Polish, Central, and Eastern European affairs, and their implications for the United States. We specialize in the translation of documents.
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Editor: Ewa M. Thompson (Rice University).
Editorial Advisory Committee: Janusz A. Ihnatowicz (University of Saint Thomas), Marek Kimmel (Rice University), Alex Kurczaba (University of Illinois), Witold J. Lukaszewski (Sam Houston State University), Michael J. Mikos (University of Wisconsin), James R. Thompson (Rice University), Andrzej Wasko (Jagiellonian University), Piotr Wilczek (University of Silesia-Katowice and University of Illinois-Chicago).
Web Pages: Lisa Spiro (Rice University).
Web Address: <http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~sarmatia>.
Sarmatian Review Council: Marla K. Burns (Burns & Associates), Boguslaw Godlewski (Diagnostic Clinic of Houston), Iga J. Henderson, Danuta Z. Hutchins (Buena Vista University), Joseph A. Jachimczyk (J .A. Jachimczyk Forensic Center of Harris County, Texas), Leonard M. Krazynski (Krazynski & Associates), Aleksandra Ziólkowska-Boehm.