Monthly Archives: September 2012

New Book by Marsha Robinson, M.A. Program Graduate

Matriarchy, Patriarchy, and Imperial Security in Africa: Explaining Riots in Europe and Violence in Africa Marsha Robinson Lexington Books, 2012  From the Amazon.com book page: “The uniqueness of this book lies not only in its eclectic themes and scope of … Continue reading

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New Article by Dr. Donald W. Rogers

“The Summit Women’s Center Protest of 1989:  Connecticut’s Modern Clash over Women’s Rights” in Connecticut History, Spring Issue, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp. 16-39.

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Prof. Biskupski Delivers Plenary Session Paper

At the 70th Annual Conference of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America, held in Boston on September 7-8, Prof. Biskupski gave one of the Plenary Session papers entitled “Piotr Wandycz,” dedicated to one of the outstanding historians of … Continue reading

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Prof. Emeagwali’s Video Documentaries

Prof. Gloria Emeagwali has published a series of video documentaries on Africa and the African Diaspora. You can view the documentaries on this site.

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Another New Book by Prof. Biskupski

The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918 M. B. B. Biskupski Republic of Letters Publishing, 2012 From the publisher site: “By the end of World War I, an independent Polish state had re-emerged on the map after an … Continue reading

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New Book by Prof. Biskupski

Independence Day:  Myth, Symbol, and the Creation of Modern Poland M. B. B. Biskupski Oxford University Press, 2012 From the Oxford University Press site: “The 11th of November 1918, Polish Independence Day, is a curious anniversary whose commemoration has been only … Continue reading

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