"Roaring Twenties and Entangled History of Polish Americans in Brooklyn, 1918-1939" by prof. Tomasz Pudlocki - Lecture in Greenpoint, NY
Pilsudski Institute of America, New York I
Polish-American and Polish Organizations
June 14, 2023
PILSUDSKI INSTITUTE OF AMERICA invites you for a lecture - "Roaring Twenties and Entangled History of Polish Americans in Brooklyn, 1918-1939" by prof. Tomasz Pudlock.
June 22nd (Thursday) at 5.30 pm
Brooklyn Public Library - Greenpoint Branch, 107 Norman Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222.
Tomasz Pudłocki, Ph.D., is an associate professor at the Institute of History, Jagiellonian University, Kraków (Poland), and the director of the Archives of Science in Krakow. He is a recipient of many scholarships e.g., Fulbright, The Kosciuszko Foundation, the Pilsudski Institute of America, and The Dobrovsky Fellowship of the Czech Academy of Science. He has taught also at Daemen University, Amherst, NY, and the College of Europe in Warsaw (the EU educational institution in Poland).
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