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Polish Studies at Temple University
Temple University, based in Philadelphia, is a comprehensive public research university
with more than 30,000 students.
Polish Studies Courses
- Slavic 0149 Slavic Literature to the 19th Century in Translation @
- COURSE DESCRIPTION: Survey of Slavic Literature;
reading of representative works from Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Polish, Russian,
Serbian, and Ukranian literature.
- Slavic 0150 Modern Slavic Literature in Translation @
- COURSE DESCRIPTION: Survey of East, West,
and South Slavic literature; reading of representative works from Bulgarian,
Croatian, Czech, Polish, Russian, Serbian, and Ukrainian literature.
- Swiecicka-Ziemianek, Maria, Associat
Professor of Slavic, Temple University @
- Ph.D., University of Pensylvannia
Phone: (215) 204-1768 / Fax:...... / E-Mail: MSZ1768@aol.com
MAJOR INTERESTS:Polish literature and language instruction
POLAND RELATED SCHOLARSHIP:
- Memoirs of a Space Traveler by Stanislaw Lem, Northwestern University Press, 2000
- Memoirs of a space traveler : further reminiscences of Ijon Tichy by Stanislaw Lem, with Joel Stern, New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1982
- Readings and Conversations in Polish, Audio & Paperback, Jeffrey /Audio-Forum, 1998
META-FACULTY - Faculty who have studied and/or taught at Polish institutions of higher education
- Marcinkiewicz, Cezary, Research Assistant Professor of
Biotechnology, Temple University @
- Ph.D., Medical School of Bialystok, 1992
Phone: (215) 707-4419 / Fax:...... / E-Mail: email@example.com
MAJOR INTERESTS: Disintegrins and C-lectin
type proteins isolated from snake venoms as inhibitors of integrins important
in development of human diseases.
- Oleszak, Emilia L., Associate Professor, Anatomy and Cell
Biology, Temple University
- Ph.D., Polish Academy of Sciences, Wroclaw, 1979
Phone: (215) 707-7657 / Fax:(215) 707-2102. / E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAJOR INTERESTS: Molecular basis of demyelinating
disease of the CNS
Last updated 10/14/05