2010 Vol. 2 No. 3 — Fall / Books

Neal Pease Wins 2010A SEES/Orbis Book Prize for Polish Studies

RomesMostFaithfulNeal Pease’s marvelous book, Rome’s Most Faithful Daughter: the Catholic Church and Independent Poland, 1914-1939 has just been named co-winner of this year’s ASEES/Orbis Book Prize for Polish Studies. The prize is sponsored by Orbis Books, London, England and is awarded annually by the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies for the best book in any discipline, on any aspect of Polish affairs and will be presented during the annual convention for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, to be held in Los Angeles on November 20th.

The award comes as no surprise to Cosmopolitan Review, which ran a rave review in its spring issue. In case you missed it, here’s the link.


Irene Tomaszewski
Irene Tomaszewski is a writer and editor of CR. She is the co-author, with Tecia Werbowski, of "Codename Żegota: The Most Dangerous Conspiracy in Occupied Europe," published by Praeger in 2010, and translator /editor of "Inside a Gestapo Prison: The Letters of Krystyna Wituska" published by Wayne State University Press in 2005.
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