Neal Pease’s Rome’s Most Faithful Daughter: the Catholic Church and Independent Poland, has been named co-winner of the 2010 ASEES/Orbis Book Prize for Polish Studies.
2010 Vol. 2 No. 3 — Fall
The event attracted an audience of academics, parliamentarians, students & a large general audience.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Poland Victor Ashe was the keynote speaker at the Poland in the Rockies 2010 official banquet, & spoke about the history & future of Poland.
Born in Toledo, Ohio, Leonard Kress grew up in and around Philadelphia and graduated from Temple University with a degree in Religious Studies. Cecilia Woloch was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and grew up there and in rural Kentucky, one of seven children of a homemaker and an airplane mechanic.
The 4th edition of the biennial Poland in the Rockies (PitR) symposium in Polish Studies, held in Canmore, Canada, hosted a dozen speakers & 40 students – incl. former US ambassador Victor Ashe & President of Kosciuszko Foundation Alex Storozynski.