Today at NEIU presentation about European musicians in US around 1900

Today at NEIU presentation about European musicians in US around 1900

The lecture will take place today (on Thursday, November 10, 2016) at 4:15 pm in Lech Walesa Hall 4006. NEIU is located at 5500 N. St. Louis Ave., Chicago.

Department of World Languages and Cultures and PEACER (Polish and European Academic Center for Exchange and Research) at Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) and the Chicago Chapter of the Kosciuszko Foundation invite to presentation „In the search of glory, money and new experience – Central and Eastern European Music Artists in the US around 1900” by Dr. Tomasz Pudlocki from Institute of History, Jagiellonian University, Poland.

About the speaker:

Tomasz Pudłocki, dr hab., Associate Professor in the Institute of History, Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland). Specializes in the history of Galicia from socio-cultural point of view, as well as the history of women and intellectual history. Last year pubilshed his latest book on Polish-British intellectual connection in the interwar period (Ambasadorzy idei. Wkład intelektualistów w promowanie pozytywnego wizerunku Polski w Wielkiej Brytanii w latach 1918-1939, Historia Iagellonica, Krakow, 2015). Member of the Commision on History of Women (Polish Academy of Science in Warsaw), the Commision on History of Science (Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Krakow). President of the Society of Friends of Learning in Przemyśl (2011-2013), The Kosciuszko Foundation Grentee (2012-2013), Fulbright Scholar and Daemen College, Amherst, NY, Visiting Professor (2015/2016), and Grantee of Polish Ministry of Higher Education for best young scholar (up to 35) (2013-2016).

(PEACER, CCKF, NEIU)

 

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