About the Authors
Volume XXIII, No. 3
Maria Szonert Binienda is an attorney in Akron, Ohio.
Anna Czarnowus is an ABD in Polish literature at the University of Silesia-Katowice.
Adam Fitas received his doctorate from the Catholic University of Lublin in 2002 for his dissertation on Karol Ludwik Koninski's intimate diaries. He is the author of Józef Mackiewicz's Model of the Novel (1996).
Patricia A. Gajda is Professor of History at the University of Texas-Tyler.
Danusha Goska completed her PhD dissertation on Polish-Jewish relations at Indiana University in May 2002. She is an Associate at the Folklore Institute in Bloomington, Indiana.
Kevin Hannan received his doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin. He teaches at the University of Lódz.
Alex Kurczaba is Associate Professor of Polish at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Theresa Kurk McGinley is Professor of History at North Harris College in Houston, Texas.
Joseph A. Kotarba is Professor of Sociology at the University of Houston.
Joanna Nizynska received her PhD in Comparative Literature from UCLA in 2002. Her dissertation on Miron Bialoszewski is being readied for publication. She is affiliated with the University of Chicago.
Zofia Ptasnik was a Polish housewife deported by the Soviets to slave labor in Kazakhstan in 1940. She died of malnutrition and overwork in 1941.
James R. Thompson is Noah Harding Professor of Statistics at Rice University. His twelfth book, Models for Investors in Real World Markets, was published by John Wiley in 2003.
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