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Professor Halina Parafianowicz Lectures
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3.00 – 4.00pm Higher Education in Poland: approaches and challenges
4.30 – 5.00pm Multiculturality and Multicultural Education: perspectives from the Bialystok region of Poland
Halina Parafianowicz is Professor and Rector, University of Bialystok, Poland, and a former Dean in the Faculty of History and Sociology. She is an historian who has published extensively on diplomatic and cultural relations between the United States and Poland. Some of her most recent writing includes Inter-War America through Immigrants’ Memoirs: Between Expectations and Experience: “We” and “the Others”: Modern European Societies in Search of Identity. Studies in Comparative History and The American Myth in Poland and Central Europe after the First World War.
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