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Programs and Departments of Global Studies, History, Modern Languages and Literatures, Music and Dance, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Theater.
From the event's website: In recent weeks Poland has welcomed a greater number of refugees from Ukraine than any other country, often with striking warmth and generosity, although the relationship between the two nations has been complex over time.
Swarthmore College faculty members Allen Kuharski* and Barbara Milewski will speak about the cultural, historical, and diplomatic context for the extraordinary outpouring of grassroots support for Ukrainian refugees in Poland over the last month and about the other complexities of these current events.
Bob Weinberg, Isaac H. Clothier Professor of History and International Relations, will host the event; there will be a chance to ask questions after the presentations, in person or via the Zoom “chat.”
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* Allen Kuharski has strong Madison connections: A Madison native, UW-Madison grad and son of former PHC treasurer. He was "... born in Madison, Wisconsin, on May 9, 1958. He is a fourth-generation Polish American on his father’s side, and a descendent of the mid-nineteenth-century Polish immigration from Poznan and Wielkopolska (then under Prussian rule) to central Wisconsin, where they homesteaded beginning in the 1850s in Green Lake County. His paternal grandparents were both American-born and spoke and wrote Polish as their first language as a result of the bilingual parochial schools that long existed in the Wisconsin towns of Princeton and Berlin... " see the rest of his biography here.