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September 2001

Volume XXI, No. 3

Dave Buck is a sophomore at Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights, Illinois.

Marek Jan Chodakiewicz received his doctorate in history from Columbia University in 2001. He teaches at Pierce College in California. In Summer 2001, he held a visiting appointment at the University of Virginia.

Alicja Jankowska, Tomasz Krowka, Anastazja Lubecki, Sebastian Szafranski, Tamara Zielinska are undergraduate students at the University of Illinois in Chicago.

Andrzej Karcz is an Assistant Professor of Polish at the University of Kansas.

Leonard Kress is an Assistant Professor in the Communication/Humanities Department at Owens College in Toledo, Ohio.

Helen Bajorek MacDonald is a poet residing in Canada and a co-organizer of a conference on the Sybiraki, or Poles who survived Soviet deportations to Siberia.

W. Martin is a doctoral student of Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago, fiction editor of Chicago Review, and guest editor of the special issue of Chicago Review (2000, nos. 3-4) devoted to "New Polish Writing (1989-2000)."

Maria Rubins, a recent Ph.D. from Brown University, is a Lecturer in Slavic Studies at Rice University.

Piotr Wilczek is Visiting Assistant Professor of Polish Literature at the University of Chicago and a Kosciuszko Foundation Teaching Fellow at the University of Illinois-Chicago.

Aleksandra Ziolkowska-Boehm is a Polish journalist and writer.

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