POLISH STUDIES ENDOWMENT COMMITTEE

Author: Krystyna Untersteiner

Fall Bazaar

Enjoy traditional Polish food: pierogi, sausage, cabbage rolls, pickle soup, borsch, and Polish beer. Finish your dinner with homemade desserts and pastries. After the culinary feast, go upstairs where you will find Polish crystal, Bolesławiec pottery, amber and silver jewelry, crafts, books, as well as information about Polish organizations in the Seattle area. This is…
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Polish 401

FALL QUARTER POLISH 401

Call for Family Photos: Polish Festival Seattle Community Exhibit

At this year’s Polish Festival Seattle, we would like to celebrate members of our Polish community in a photo collage project. We are asking any and all people of Polish heritage to provide photos of themselves or family members currently living or have lived in the Pacific Northwest. You may have just moved here, or…
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POLISH FESTIVAL SEATTLE

July 13, 2019 Polish Festival Seattle website To volunteer at the Festival, sign up here

Pierogi Fest

Additional parking at Mt. Zion Baptist Church gravel lot at 19th Ave. & E Madison Str.

Meet the Author Dominika Wrozynski

May 29, 2019 at 7:00PM at Polish Cultural Center Dominika Wrozynski, an Assistant Professor of English at the Manhattan College in New York, will be reading from her poetry collection American Accent published in 2018. Book signing to follow. Free admission About the author. About the book.

EXHIBIT: Code Name Inka: a Schoolgirl in the Polish Resistance, 1944-1946. Condemned, Suppressed, Unbroken, Rediscovered

Allen Library UW Campus May 3-31, 2019 UW Polish Studies Endowment Committee and UW Libraries present an exhibition about Danuta Siedzikówna (nom de guerre: Inka), a Polish national hero. She was a nurse in the 4th Squadron of the 5th Wilno Brigade of the Polish Home Army, which she joined in late 1943 or early…
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RECEPTION WITH ALEX STOROZYNSKI AND OLEK KRUPA

MAY 24, 2018 at 6:30 PM At a private residence You are invited to a private reception with Alex Storozynski and Olek Krupa, director and actor of the documentary Kosciuszko: A Man Ahead of His Time. The reception will be held at a private residence in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood. The $50 ($30 tax-deductible) suggested donation…
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KOSCIUSZKO: A MAN AHEAD OF HIS TIME, Documentary film with Alex Storozynski, director and Olek Krupa, actor

  MAY 23, 2018 at 7:00PM Thomson, Room 101 on UW campus Thaddeus Kosciuszko, a Polish-American national hero, was a true man ahead of his time. In XVIII century he fought for universal liberty and equality for all, including native people and slaves, Polish peasants and Jews, and also women. He was one of George…
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J. Howard Miller We Can Do It!, 1943

American Realism and Soviet Propaganda in Poster Art

Exactly how different is Social Realism from Socialist Realism? Are there any similarities between these seemingly distant genres? Dr. Gabrielson will explore the nuances of American Realism from Norman Rockwell to the Works Progress Administration, and compare it with Socialist Realism, which was imposed on poster art throughout the former Eastern Bloc. Dr. Izabela Gabrielson…
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Jan Karski

The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission For Humanity

The exhibit presents the story of Jan Karski and the events that led to Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel’s assertion that “Thanks to him, more than one generation continues to believe in humanity.” During World War II, as a courier of the Polish Underground State and emissary of the Polish government-in-exile, Jan Karski traveled undercover to…
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John Paul II

John Paul II’s Pilgrimage to Poland in June 1979: How Poland’s Communists Interpreted It

The dramatic visit of Pope John Paul II to his native Poland in June 1979 was one of the most significant events of the twentieth century. Professor James Felak will draw from his research at the Archiwum Akt Nowych (The Central Archives of Modern Records) and Instytut Pamięci Narodowej (The Institute of National Remembrance) in…
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