About the Authors
Volume XXVI, No. 3
James E. Bjork is Lecturer in the History Department of King’s College in London.
Agata Brajerska-Mazur is Assistant Professor of Polish at the Catholic University of Lublin. One of her publications is a book on translating C. K. Norwid into English.
Bogdan Czaykowski is a Polish poet. He is also Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures Emeritus at the University of British Columbia.
Mary Ann Furno did her postgraduate work in psychoanalysis in the Lenox Hill Hospital Psychotherapy Program in New York City.
Patricia A. Gajda is Professor of History at the University of Texas at Tyler.
Jonathan Z. Ludwig is Senior Lecturer in Russian at Rice University. He teaches courses on Russian language and literature, Slavic Cultures, and Central Asian history and politics.
Helena Modjeska [Modrzejewska] (1840-1909), the great Shakespearian actress of the nineteenth century, spent her early years in Poland before moving to the United States.
Dariusz Skórczewski is a Kosciuszko Foundation Teaching Fellow at the University of Illinois-Chicago. He is also Associate Professor of Literary Theory at the Catholic University of Lublin.
James R. Thompson is Noah Harding Professor of Statistics at Rice University. He is the author of, among others, Models for Investors in Real World Markets (Wiley, 2003) and Simulation: A Modeler’s Approach (Wiley, 2000).
Louis E. Van Norman was a writer and editor, in addition to serving as Commercial Attaché of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, US Department of Commerce, in the first decade of the twentieth century.
Piotr Wrobel is Associate Professor of History and Konstanty Reynert Chair of Polish History at the University of Toronto.
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