Profesor Michael J. Mikoś - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee



Profesor Michael J. Mikoś - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Department of Foreign Languages and Literature
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53201

Tel.  (414) 229-4151 (or 4948)
Email: mikos@uwm.edu
Webpage: www.uwm.edu/Dept/FLL/faculty.html
Fax: (414) 229-2741

   BOOKS by Michael J. Mikoś

            POLISH LITERATURE  

 

Medieval Literature of Poland.  An Anthology.  New York and London:

Garland Publishers, 1992.  223 pages (hard cover), illustrated.  ISBN 0-81 53-0408-0.  $22.95   OUT OF PRINT

 

Polish Renaissance Literature.  An Anthology.  Columbus: Slavica

Publishers, 1995.  275 pages (hard cover), illustrated.  ISBN 0-89357-257-8.  $29.95

 

POLISH BAROQUE AND ENLIGHTENMENT LITERATURE.  AN ANTHOLOGY.

            Columbus: Slavica, 1996.  382 pages (hard cover), illustrated.  ISBN0-89357-7.  $39.95

 

JAN KOCHANOWSKI.  TRENY.  LAMENTS.  Warsaw: Constans, 1995. 102 pages,

bilingual edition.  2nd ed. Lublin: Norbertinum 1998.  ISBN 83-901014-2-4. $7.95

 

W POGONI ZA SIENKIEWICZEM.  Z ODNALEZIONYCH DZIENNIKóW ALMY

CURTIN.  Warsaw: Constans, 1994.  301 pages, illustrated.  ISBN 83-901014-1-6.  $11.95

OUT OF PRINT

 

ADAM MICKIEWICZ.  THE SUN OF LIBERTY.  A BILINGUAL ANTHOLOGY. Warsaw:

Energeia, 1998.  223 pages (hard cover), illustrated.  ISBN 83-85118-74-8.  $18.00

OUT OF PRINT

 

POLISH LITERATURE FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO THE END OF THE

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.  A Bilingual anthology.  Warsaw: Constans,

1999.    683 pages (hard cover).  ISBN 83-901014-3-2.  $39.95

 

JULIUSZ SŁOWACKI.  THIS FATEFUL POWER.  A BILINGUAL ANTHOLOGY.

            Lublin: Norbertinum, 1999.  148 pages, illustrated.  ISBN 93-7222-041-7.  $11.95

 

POLISH ROMANTIC LITERATURE.  AN ANTHOLOGY.  Bloomington: Slavica

Publishers, 2002.  273 pages (hard cover), illustrated.  ISBN 0-89357-281-0.  $29.95

 

KORONA DZIEWICY MARYI.  THE VIRGIN MARY’S CROWN.  A BILINGUAL

ANTHOLOGY OF MEDIEVAL POLISH MARIAN POETRY (with Roman Mazurkiewicz).  Kraków: Collegium Columbinum, 2002.  85 pages, illustrated.  ISBN 83-87553-52-2.  $9.95

 

POLISH LITERATURE FROM 1864 TO 1918.  REALISM AND YOUNG POLAND.  AN

ANTHOLOGY.  Bloomington: Slavica Publishers, 2006.  388 pages (hard cover), illustrated.  ISBN 0-89357-325-6.  $39.95

 

POLISH LITERATURE FROM 1918 TO 2000.  AN ANTHOLOGY.  Bloomington:Slavica

Publishers, 2008.  490 pages (hard cover), illustrated.   ISBN 978-0-89357-352-2.  $39.95



Curriculum vitae

 

Michael J. Mikoś

               

 

Address:          2513 E. Shorewood Boulevard

                         Shorewood, WI  53211

                         Telephone: (414) 332-1728

 

Education:     M.A. in English, 1963, Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski, Lublin (Poland)

                        Diploma in Applied Linguistics, 1966, University of Edinburgh

                        Ph.D. in Linguistics, 1977, Brown University

 

Awards:          1965 British Council Scholarship

                        1976 Brown University Research Assistantship

                        1981 University of Wisconsin-System American

                                   Ethnic Studies Coordinating Committee grant

                        1982 NEH Summer Institute grant

                        1982 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graduate

                                    Research Incentive Program grant

                        1982 Amoco Foundation Award for excellence in teaching

                        1985 University of Wisconsin Faculty Development grant

                        1987 University of Wisconsin Faculty Development grant

                        1988 The Kosciuszko Foundation grant

                        1992 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graduate

                                    Research Incentive Program grant

                        1995-96 NEH Research grant

                        1995 AATSEEL Award for Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship

                        1995 Polish PEN Club Translation Prize

                        1996 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Faculty/Staff

                                    Development Award

                        1997 Polish Ministry of Culture and Art Publication grant

                        1997 The Kosciuszko Foundation Publication grant

                        1997 The Polish Women's Club of Milwaukee Publication grant

                        1996-97 Turzański Foundation Award, Toronto, Canada

                        2002 NEH Summer Stipend

                        2008 Order of Merit from the John Paul II Catholic University of

                                   Lublin, Poland.

 

Experience: 1963-1967, Maria Curie University, Lublin (Poland)

                        Instructor, Department of English

 

                        1968-1974, Ricker College

                        Assistant Professor, Department of English

 

                        1976-1977, Brown University

                        Research Assistant, Department of Linguistics

 

                        1977, Brown University

                        Instructor, Department of Slavic Languages

 

                        1978-1984 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                        Assistant Professor, Department of Slavic Languages

 

                        1982-1983 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                        Assistant Coordinator of the Language Laboratories

                                   and the Simultaneous Interpretation Facility

                 

                        1984-1990 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                        Associate Professor, Department of Slavic Languages

 

                        1985-1989  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                        Chairman, Department of Slavic Languages

                 

                        1988  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                        Acting Director, Language Resource Center

 

                        1990-2008  Director, Language Resource Center

                                   and the Simultaneous Interpretation Facility

 

                        1990- Professor, Department of Slavic Languages

 

 

 

Membership in    American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East

Associations:              European Languages (AATSEEL) (1978-)

                              American Association for the Advancement

                                   of Slavic Studies (AAASS) (1987-)

                              The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of

                                    America (PIASA) (1981-)

                              International Association for Learning Laboratories

                                   (IALL) (1990-2008)

                              The Kosciuszko Foundation (1997-)

 

Membership of     The Sarmatian Review (1996-), The Polish Review (2000-2008),

Editorial Boards:      Etnolingwistyka (2006-), Milwaukee History (1987-1995),

Slavic and East European Journal (1989-1992)

                       

                                   Board member, International Committee of Slavists (2003-)

                       

                                   National Screening Committee, Institute of International

Education (2000-2003)

                                   Milwaukee County Historical Society Board

                                   of Directors (1986-1994)

 

 

Publications

 

Books:

 

1978.   Problems in Polish Phonology.  Ph. D. dissertation.  Ann Arbor, Michigan,

University Microfilms International.

 

1982.   Early Maps of Poland (1508-1772) in the American Geographical Society

Collection.  Milwaukee, American Geographical Society Collection.

 

1992.   Medieval Literature of Poland. An Anthology.  New York,Garland Publishing.

 

1994.   W pogoni za Sienkiewiczem.  Z odnalezionych dzienników Almy Curtin.  Warsaw,

Constans.

 

1995.   Polish Renaissance Literature.  An Anthology.  Columbus, Slavica Publishers.

 

1995.  Treny.  Laments by Jan Kochanowski.  Warsaw, Constans.  2nd ed. Lublin,

Norbertinum, 1998.

 

1996.   Polish Baroque and Enlightenment Literature.  An Anthology.  Columbus, Slavica

Publishers.

 

1998.   Adam  Mickiewicz.  The Sun of Liberty.  Warsaw, Energeia.

 

1999.   Polish Literature from the Middle Ages to the End of the Eighteenth Century. 

A Bilingual Anthology.  Warsaw, Constans.

 

1999.   Juliusz Słowacki.  This Fateful Power.  Lublin, Norbertinum.

 

2002.   The Virgin Mary's Crown.  A Bilingual Anthology of Medieval Polish Marian

Poetry.  Cracow, Collegium Columbinum (with Roman Mazurkiewicz).

 

2002.   Polish Romantic Literature.  An Anthology. Bloomington, Slavica Publishers.

 

2006.   Polish Literature from 1864 to 1918.  Realism and Young Poland. 

      An Anthology.  Bloomington: Slavica Publishers.

 

2008.  Polish Literature from 1918 to 2000.  An Anthology.  Bloomington: Slavica

Publishers.

 

 

Textbooks:

 

1986.   Polish Vocabulary and Grammar I.   Milwaukee, Language

             Resource Center, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

 

1988.    Polish Vocabulary and Grammar II.   Milwaukee, Language

             Resource Center, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

 

Chapters in books:

 

1980.   Polish in the United States: a study in language change. 

      In Studies in Ethnicity: The East European Experience in America,

      C. Ward et al. (eds.), Columbia University Press, 15-26.

 

l984.   Język polski w Stanach Zjednoczonych: Studium przemian języka. 

           In II Kongres Uczonych Polskiego Pochodzenia.  Zbiór Materiałów,

           H. Kubiak and J. Wróbel (eds.), Wrocław, Ossolineum, 259-266.

           

1984.   Wpływ Chłopów Reymonta na Pożądanie w cieniu wiązów O'Neilla. 

      In II Kongres Uczonych  Polskiego Pochodzenia.  Zbiór Materiałów,

            H. Kubiak and J. Wróbel (eds.), Wrocław, Ossolineum, 405-417

            (with David Mulroy).

 

1990.   Komputer w nauczaniu języka polskiego.  In O język i kulturę polską

      w środowiskach  polonijnych, E. Kantor and J. Rokicki (eds.), Warsaw,

      Biblioteka Narodowa, 139-142.

 

1990.   Historia nauczania jezyka polskiego w Stanach Zjednoczonych. 

      In Język polskiw świecie, W. Miodunka (ed.), Warsaw,  PWN, 335-340. 

      Also in: O język i kulturę polską w środowiskach polonijnych,

            R. Kantor and J. Rokicki (eds.), Warsaw, Biblioteka Narodowa, 143-148.

 

1992.   Monarchs and Magnates: Maps of Poland in the Sixteenth and

            Eighteenth Centuries.  In Monarchs, Ministers, and Maps.  The

            Emergence of Cartography as a Tool of Government in Early Modern Europe.     

            Ed. by David Buisseret. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 168-181. 

 

1993.   The Reception of the Prus's The Pharaoh in the United States.   In

      Bolesław Prus. Twórczość i recepcja.  Ed. by Eugenia Łoch and Stanisław

             Fita.  Lublin, Lubelskie Towarzystwo Naukowe, 1993, 229-247.

 

1997.   Nauczanie języka polskiego za pomocą nowych systemów technicznych oraz

perspektywy na przyszłość.  In Oświata polskojęzyczna za granicą.  Stan obecny i

perspektywy rozwoju.  Ed. by Jan Mazur.  Warszawa, Stowarzyszenie "Wspólnota Polska," 1997, 25-256.

 

2003.   On faithful translations.  In Workshop on Translation III.  Ed. by Richard

            Sokoloski, Henryk Duda, and Konrad Klimkowski.  Lublin—Ottawa:    

      Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego—Slavic    

      Research Group University of Ottawa, 141-148.

 

2005.   Confessions of a Polish translator.  In Workshop on Translation IV.  Ed. by

Richard Sokoloski, Henryk Duda, Konrad Klimkowski, and Jolanta Klimek.  Lublin—Ottawa: Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego—Slavic Research Group University of Ottawa, 2007, 265-279.

 

2007.  Henryk Sienkiewicz.  In Dictionary of Literary Biography.  Vol. 332.  Nobel

Prize Laureates in Literature.  Part 4.  Ed. by Tracy Bitonti.  Farmington Hills, MI: Thomas Gale, 2007, 234-250.

 

2007.  Zarys historii polonistyki w Ameryce Północnej.  In: Literatura polska w świecie. 

Vol. II.  Ed. by Romuald Cudak.  Katowice: Wydawnictwo Gnome, 207, 206-222.

 

2009.  Odbiór Sienkiewiczowskiego Quo vadis w Stanach Zjednoczonych.   In: Słowa i

metody.  Ed. by Alina Kochańczyk et.al.  Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS, 369-

377.

 

2010.  Synowie Hermesa: północnoamerykańscy tłumacze literatury polskiej.  In:

Literatura polska w świecie.  Ed. by Romuald Cudak (forthcoming). 

 

Articles:

 

1965.   Swift's World Comedy. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Sklodowska, XVII, 3,

27-38.

 

1965.   Gry językowe jako ćwiczenia wdrażające i utrwalające (Language games as

drills).  Języki Obce w Szkole, IX, 5, 298-301.

 

1966.   Konsultacje w szkole wyższej (Tutorial system  in the University).  Życie Szkoły

Wyższej, XIV, 2, 34-37 (with Adam Sozański).

 

1967.   Nauczanie programowane języków obcych (Programmed instruction in teaching

foreign languages).  Języki Obce w Szkole, XI, 1, 12-16.    

        

1967.   Laboratorium językowe w szkole (Language laboratory in school). Języki Obce w

Szkole, XI, 4, 225-228.

 

1967.   ćwiczenia z kontekstem sytuacyjnym za pomocą language master (Context-of-

situation drills with the aid of language master), Języki Obce  w Szkole, XI, 4, 229-231.

 

1976.   Intonation of questions in Polish. Journal of Phonetics, 4, 247-253.

 

1976.   Two problems in Polish phonology.  Brown University Student Working Papers,

42-51.

 

1976.   Tennis slang.  American Speech, 3-4, 292-295 (with Louis Shea).

 

1977.   Identification by adults of vowel sounds produced by an infant. 

      Brown University Working Papers, II, 19-27 (with Karen Landahl).

 

1978.   The roots of common tennis terms.  Tennis, 13, 10, 42-45.

 

1978.   Aspect, word-order and intonation: a study in linguistic coaction. 

      International Review of Slavic Linguistics, 3, 1-2, 183-208.  Abstracted in

Language and Language Behavior Abstracts, October 1979, 13, 664 (with

Henry Kučera and Cathy Scarborough).

 

1979.   Phonological rules of consonants in Polish.  International Review of

     Slavic Linguistics, 4, 1-2, 31-47.  Abstracted in LLBA, April, 1981, 13, 52.  

 

1979.   Phonological rules of vowels in Polish.  International Review of Slavic

Linguistics, 4, 1-2, 183-192.  Abstracted in LLBA, April 1981, 13, 52. 

 

1981.   A cross-language study of range of voice onset time in the perception

       of initial stop voicing.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,

             70, 5, 1261-1271 (with Patricia Keating and William Ganong).

 

1982.   The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Summer Study in Poland

            (1979-1980).  Resources in Education, 17, 3, 11 p.

 

1982.   The name of the game.  A tennis etymology.  Racquet Quarterly, Winter, 19-25.

 

1983.   Polonia w Milwaukee.  Studia Polonijne, VI, 313-316.

 

1984.   Joachim Lelewel: Polish scholar and map collector.  Map Collector, 26, 20-24.

 

1984.   Karol Buczek (1902-1983).  Map Collector, 27, 46.

 

1985.   Selected bibliography of Karol Buczek writings on the history of cartography. 

Imago Mundi, 37, 85-86.

 

1985.   The alternative forms of the future imperfect tense in Polish.  Slavic and

      East European Journal, 29, 4, 448-460.

 

1985.   The history of teaching Polish in the United States.  Polish Review, XXX, 4, 405-

411.

 

1985.   Polska na mapie świata Giovanniego Leardo.  Polski Przegląd Kartograficzny 17,

1, 18-23.

                                                             

1986.   Reymont's The Peasants: A probable influence on Desire Under the Elms. 

     Eugene O'Neill Newsletter, X, 1, 4-15 (with David Mulroy).

 

1986.   Lelewel Joachim.  Lexikon zur Geschichte der Kartographie. I. Kretschmer et al.              (eds.).  Wien, Franz Deuticke, 445-446. 

 

1986.   Sienkiewicz i Curtin.  Pamiętnik Literacki, LXXVII, 3, 189-201.

 

1986.   Moving clitics in Polish and some crosslinguistic generalizations. 

Studia Slavica Hungarica, 32, 1-4, 327-336 (with Edith Moravcsik).

 

1987.   Computer assisted teaching of Polish.  Polish Review, XXXII, 3, 287-291.

 

1987.   Sienkiewicz w oczach Curtinów.  Roczniki  Humanistyczne Towarzystwa

Naukowego  Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego, XXXV, 1, 77-128.

 

1988.   Nauczanie komputerowe języka polskiego.  Wisełka, 1/22, 41-42.

 

1988.   Erik Dahlbergh and his views of Polish towns.  Polish Review, XXXIII, 2, 143-

155.

 

1989.   The Polish Kings and Cartography.  Imago Mundi, 41, 76-86.

 

1990.   Alma Cardell Curtin, the Woman Behind Jeremiah Curtin.  Milwaukee History. 

13, 2, 53-68.

 

1990.   Amerykańskie tłumaczenie Faraona Prusa i echa jego recepcji.  Pamiętnik

Literacki, LXXXI, 2, 244-257.

 

1991.   New Light on the Relationship Between Henryk Sienkiewicz and Jeremiah

      Curtin.  Slavic Review, 50, 2, 422-432.

 

1991.   Sienkiewicz's Trilogy According to Jeremiah Curtin: Materials from the       

      Milwaukee County Historical Society.  Polish Review, XXXVI, 4, 421-434.

 

1992.   The Polish Shout: Circus, Film, Opera and Theatre Posters: 1960s-1980s.   

      Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Art History Gallery (with   

      Stanley Mallach and Susan Mikoś).

 

1993.  The Reception of Prus's The Pharaoh in the United States.  Polish

     Review, XXXVI, 1, 41-55.

 

1993.  Jeremiah Curtin and his translation of Sienkiewicz’s Trilogy.  Zgoda, Vol. 112, 7,

April 1, 16.

 

1994.   Bibliography of English language anthologies of Polish literature. 

           Polish Review, XXXIX, 3, 371-380. 

 

1995.   Computer enhanced teaching of Polish vocabulary and grammar.

            AATSEEL Newsletter, 37, 6, 7-8.

 

1995.   Translating the canon.  To Be.  3, 5-6, 46-48.

 

1997.   Recepcja Quo vadis w Ameryce.  Nowy Dziennik, January 30, 10.

 

1998.   Words, words, words: On translating Mickiewicz's Crimean Sonnets.  Polish

Review, XLIII, 4, 387-395.

 

2000.   Łukasz Górnicki.  Jan Kochanowski.  Mikołaj Rej.  In Renaissance and

           Reformation 1500-1620.   A Biographical Dictionary.  Ed. by J.E. Carney.          

           Westport and London, Greenwood Press, 169-170, 217-218, 295-296.

 

2001.   Polonistyka na University of Wisconsin w Milwaukee.  Postscriptum 1-2 (37-38),

            74-78.

 

2001.  Studia polonistyczne i Polonia w Milwaukee.  In Polonistyka na świecie.  Ed. by 

Stanisław Dubisz, Alina Nowicka-Jeżowa, and Jerzy Święch.  Warszawa: Wydział Polonistyki Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 225-227.

 

2002.   The inspiring waters of the Niemen in Mickiewicz's poetry.  Polish Review,

XLVII, 1, 11-21.

 

2002.   My Soul Became Enamored: Kasprowicz's Book of the Poor as his confession of

faith.  Polish Review, XLVII, 3, 245-254.

 

2003.   Juliusz Słowacki.  In Reference Guide to World Literature.  Ed. by Tom

            and Sara Pendergast.  Snohomish, WA: St. James Press, 945-947.

 

2005.   In Memoriam: Zygmunt Kubiak.  April 20, 1929-March 19, 2004.  Sarmatian

            Review, XXV, 1, January, 1093-1094.

 

2005.   Rej w Ameryce.  Teraz, 6 (18), 10-13.

 

2005.   Polak w oczach studentów amerykańskich.  Etnolingwistyka, 17, 233-240 (with

Bożena Tieszen).

 

2008.  Towards a history of polonistyka in the United States and Canada.  Polish

           Review, LIII, 2, 217-233.

 

Reviews:

 

1983.   Polish Renaissance in its European Context by Samuel Fiszman.  Bloomington,      

            Indiana University, 1982.  In Current Geographical  Publications, 46, 3, 382.

 

1984.   The History of Polish Cartography.  From the XVth to the XVIIIth Century

             by Karol Buczek.  Amsterdam, Meridian Publishing Co., 1982.  In Current

            Geographical Publications, 47, 4, 382 and in Map Collector, 30, 1985, 48.

 

1985.   Katalog zbiorów kartograficznych w Polsce.  Vol. V by Teresa Paćko and

            Wojciech Trzebiński.  Wrocław, Zakład Narodowy Imienia Ossolińskich, 1983. 

            In Imago Mundi, 37, 113.

 

1987.   Guide to the American Ethnic Press.  Slavic and East European Newspapers and

            Periodicals by Lubomyr R.Wynar.  Kent State University, Ohio: Center for the

            Study of Ethnic Publications, School of Library Science, 1986.   In Polish  

           Review, XXXII, 2, 227-229.

 

1988.   Intermediate Polish by Oscar E. Swan.  Columbus, Ohio, Slavica Publishers,

            Inc., 1986.  In Slavic and East European Journal, 32, 1, 167-169. 

 

1990.   The Beautiful Mrs. Seidenman by Andrzej Szczypiorski.  New York, Grove,

Weidenfeld, 1990.  In Choice, June 1990, 210.

 

1991.   The Island by Gustaw Herling.  New York, Dufour Editions Inc., 1990. 

            In Choice, January 1991, 198.

 

1991.   Charcoal Sketches and Other Tales by Henryk Sienkiewicz.  Chester Springs,

            Dufour Editions Inc., 1991.  In Choice, September 1991, 239.

  

1992.   With Fire and Sword by Henryk Sienkiewicz.  Fort Washington, PA,

           The Copernicus Society of America, 1991.  In Choice, January 1992, 211.

 

1992.   The Deluge by Henryk Sienkiewicz.  Fort Washington, PA,

            The Copernicus Society of America, 1991.  In Choice, March, 1992, 1084-1085.

 

1992.   The Deluge by Henryk Sienkiewicz. Fort Washington, The Copernicus

            Society of America, 1991.  In Polish Review, XXXVII, 2, 253-257.

 

1995.   The Little Trilogy by Henryk Sienkiewicz.  New York, Hippocrene Books, 1995.          

 In Polish Review, XL, 4, 481-482.

 

1996.   Współczesny język polski by Jerzy Bartmiński (ed.).  Wrocław, Wiedza

            o Kulturze, 1994.  In Polish Review, XLI, 2, 241-243.

 

2003.   Imago Poloniae.  Dawna Rzeczpospolita na mapach, dokumentach i

            starodrukach by Tomasz Niewodniczański. Warszawa, Agencja

            Reklamowo-Wydawnicza Andrzej Grzegorczyk, 2002.  In Polish

            Review, XLVIII, 1, 123-126.

 

2004.   Polskie średniowieczne pieśni maryjne.  Studia filologiczne by Roman   

      Mazurkiewicz.  Kraków: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Akademii Pedagogicznej,     

      2002.  In Sarmatian Review, Vol. XXIV, 1, January 2004, 1017.

 

2007.   The Black Seasons by Michał Głowiński.  Evanston, IL: Northwestern University

Press, 2005.  In Slavic and East European Journal, 51, 1, 2007, 171-173.

 

2008.  Po co Sienkiewicz?  Sienkiewicz a tożsamość narodowa: z kim i przeciw komu.       

            [Why Sienkiewicz?  Sienkiewicz and National Identity: With Whom and Against Whom?].  Ed. by Tadeusz Bujnicki and Jerzy Axer.  Warsaw-Kiejdany-Łuck-Zbaraż-Beresteczko: Wydawnictwo DiG, 2007.  In Sarmatian Review, Vol. XXVIII, 2, April 2008, 1395-1396.

 

2008.  Bruno Schulz a kultura pogranicza: Materiały dwóch pierwszych edycji

Międzynarodowego Festiwalu Brunona Schulza w Drohobyczu.  Ed. by Wiera

Meniok. Drohobycz: Instytut Polski w Kijowie i Polonistyczne Centrum Naukow-

Informacyjne im. Igora Menioka Państwowego Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego im.

Iwana Franki w Drohobyczu, 2007.  In Slavic and East European Journal, 52, 2,

2008, 145-146.

 

2009.   Henryk Sienkiewicz.  Listy. Tom 3.   Ed. with an introduction and notes by

Maria Bokszczanin.  Warszawa: PIW, 2008.  In Sarmatian Review, Vol. XXIX, 2,

April 2009, 1481,

 

 

Translations:

 

1981.   "You who have wronged," translation of Czesław Miłosz "Który

skrzywdziłeś".  Polish Review, XXVI, 2, 3.  Also in Introduction to

            Modern Polish Literature.  2nd ed.  Ed. by A. Gillon, L. Krzyżanowski and

            K. Olszer.  New York, Hippocrene Books, Inc., 1982, 484.

 

1984.   "I walked today through the garden," translation of Czesław Miłosz

            "Szedłem dzisiaj przez ogród".  Polish Review, XXIX, 1-2, 3-4.

 

1985.   "Elegy of little Jewish towns," translation of Antoni Słonimski

"Elegia miasteczek żydowskich".  Wisconsin Society for Jewish Learning

             Newsletter, March, 4.

 

1987.   "Hymn of the Falcons," translation of Stanisław Lem "Hymn Sokołów".  In

One Hundred Years Young: A History of the Polish Falcons  of America,

            1887-1987 by Donald E. Pienkos, Boulder, East European Monographs,

            1987, 290 (with Susan Mikoś).

 

1989.   "Scattered Shadows", translations of: "On the  Linden Tree," Jan Kochanowski

            "Na lipę," "Nocturne," Zbigniew Miciński "Nokturn," "In my Homeland,"

             Czesław Miłosz "W mojej ojczyźnie," and "A Tree," Tadeusz Różewicz      

             "Drzewo.”   Mr. Cogito, IX, 1, 1989, 13-15.

 

1989.   "Christ Is Risen from the Dead," translation of "Krystus z martwych wstał je."

             Language Bridges Quarterly, 2, 5, 1989, 3.

 

1991.   "Over the Water Grand and Clear," translation of Adam Mickiewicz

             "Nad wodą wielką i czystą." Language Bridges Quarterly, 3, 9, 1990/91, 11.

 

1991.   "I was wading through that dream," translation of Tadeusz Różewicz

            "Przedzierałem się przez ten sen."  In A Laboratory of Impure Forms. 

The Plays of Tadeusz Różewicz by Halina Filipowicz. Westport, Ct.,

Greenwood Press, 1991, 17.

 

1994.   “The Holy Cross Lament,” translation of “Lament świętokrzyski.”  Gwiazda Polarna, 12, April 1994, 6.

 

1998.   Ten poems by Adam Mickiewicz in Treasury of Love Poems by Adam

Mickiewicz in Polish and English.  Compiled and edited by Krystyna

S. Olszer.  New York, Hippocrene Books, 1998.

 

2002.   "The Hymn to Amor Patriae," translation of Ignacy Krasicki "Hymn

do miłości ojczyzny."  In: The Hymn to Amor Patriae.  Ed. by Wacław

Walecki.  Kraków: Collegium Columbinum, 2002, 11.

 

2002.   Three fragments of Andrzej Zbylitowski żywot szlachcica na wsi, two

fragments of Sebastian Klonowic Flis, and one fragment of Szymon

Szymonowic żeńcy, in  "Steppe and Sea in Polish literature and Art"

by Maria Zadencka, in Place and Location.  Ed. by Virve Sarapik et al. 

Tallinn: Eesti Kunstiakademia, Estonian Academy of Arts, 2002, 511-528.

 

2004.   Two poems by Adam Mickiewicz, To a Polish Mother and Song of the Bard in

The Longman Anthology of World Literature.  Vol. E.  The Nineteenth Century. 

Ed. by Marshall Brown and Bruce Robbins.  New York: Longman, 2004, 354-

356.

 

2006 .  “Elegy VII About Myself to Posterity” by Klemens Janiciusz in Klemens Janicki

(1516-1543).  Ed. by Jędrzej Małecki.  żnin, Starostwo Powiatowe, 2006, 30-35.

 

2006.   “The Song of the Polish Legions in Italy” by Józef Wybicki and “Hymn” by  

            Alojzy Feliński in Discourses on Collective Identity in Central and Southeast

Europe (1770-1945).  Texts and Commentaries.  V. I.  Ed. by  Bálazs Trencsényi

and Michal Kopeček.  Budapest and New York: Central European University Press, 2006, 139-140 and 295-296.

 

2007    “A Poem on Bison” by Mikołaj Hussowski in Pieśń o żubrze.  Supraśl:

Uroczysko, 2007, 317-330.

 

2008.  ”To the Same Lady” by Jan Andrzej Morsztyn.  In Chaim Horowitz, The Song of

Songs.  Two Millennia of Influence on World Culture, 2007,

 

2009.   “Cantilena vulgaris” by Andrzej Gałka. In The Polish Review, LIV, 1, 26-29.

 

 

 

Papers read at conferences:

 

1978.   The perception of voice onset time in Polish.   95th Meeting of the

Acoustical Society of America, Providence, Rhode Island, May 16

(with Patricia Keating and Barbara Moslin).

 

1979.   Intonation and the source-filter theory: an acoustic study.  Conference

on West Slavic Languages and Literatures, Chicago, March 15.

 

1979.   Polish language use in America.  Conference on Aspects of East

European Experience in Europe and America, Milwaukee, May 5.

 

1979.   Wpływ Chłopów Reymonta na Pożądanie w cieniu wiązów O'Neilla.  Second

Congress of Scholars of Polish Descent, Kraków (Poland), July 18 (with

David Mulroy).

 

1979.   Język polski w Stanach Zjednoczonych: studium z historii języka. 

Second Congress of Scholars of Polish Descent, Kraków (Poland), July 18.

 

1979.   Contrastive studies of intonation and their applications to teaching:

Polish, Russian, English.  Wisconsin Chapter Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic Languages (AATSEEL), Madison,

October 20.

 

1979.   Polish in the United States.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting, San Francisco,

December 27.

 

1980.   The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Summer Study in Poland. 

Conference on American Programs Abroad, Omaha, November 14.

 

1980.   The Polish August.  Institute of World Affairs, Milwaukee, November 15.

 

1980.   Production and perception of voice onset time in Polish and English. 

AATSEEL Annual Meeting, Houston, December 27 (with Patricia Keating).

 

1980.   The Influence of Reymont's Peasants on O'Neill's Desire under the Elms. 

AATSEEL Annual Meeting, Houston, December 27 (with David Mulroy).   

 

1981.   Cartographic evidence for changing boundaries of Poland.  Summer Institute

in Cartography, The Newberry Library, Chicago, June 29, 1981.         

 

1981.   The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Summer Study Programs in

Poland.  Wisconsin Chapter Meeting of AATSEEL, Madison, October 24.

 

1981.   Alternative forms of the future tense in Polish.  AATSEEL Annual

Meeting, New York, December 28.

 

1982.   Unpublished documents of Jeremiah Curtin.  Wisconsin Chapter Meeting

of AATSEEL, Madison, April 24.

 

1982.   Czesław Miłosz - the life of the mind.  32nd Mountain Interstate

Foreign Language Conference, Winston-Salem, October 7.

 

1982.   Moving enclitics in Polish and some crosslinguistic generalizations. 

AATSEEL Annual Meeting, Chicago, December 29 (with Edith Moravcsik).

 

1983.   Joachim Lelewel and his collection of maps.  Tenth International

Conference on the History of Cartography, Dublin (Ireland), September 1.

 

1983.   The history of teaching Polish in the United States.  AATSEEL Annual

Meeting, New York, December 28.

 

1985.   Joachim Lelewel's contribution to the history of cartography. 

43rd Annual Meeting of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of

America, New York, May 18.

 

1985.   Maps of Poland from 1452 to 1772.  Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin

Council for Geographic Education, Milwaukee, October 5.

 

1985.   Monarchs and magnates: maps of Poland in the 16th and 18th centuries.  Kenneth

L. Nebenzahl, Jr., Lectures in the History of Cartography.  Eighth Series.  The

Newberry Library, Chicago, November 8.

 

1985.   Cartographic exhibitions.  5th Annual Meeting of the North American

Cartographic Information Society, Chicago, November 10.

 

1986.   The art of Polish posters.  American Association for the Advancement

of Slavic Studies (AAASS) Midwest Conference, Madison, April 18.

 

1986.   Mapping of Poland in the XVIth and the XVIIth centuries.  AAASS Midwest

Conference, Madison, April 18.

 

1986.   Historia nauczania języka polskiego w Stanach Zjednoczonych.  The II Round

Table Conference on the Dissemination of Polish Language and Culture Among

Polish Communities Abroad.  Łańcut (Poland), July 27. 

 

1986.   Komputer w nauczaniu jezyka polskiego.  Dni Nauczyciela Polonijnego. 

Warszawa, Poland, August 5.

 

1986.   Computer in the teaching of Polish.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting, New York,

December 28.

 

1987.   Contemporary Polish posters.  Wayne State University, Detroit, April 25.

 

1987.   The Polish literary milieu in the diaries of Alma Cardell Curtin. 

AAASS Midwest Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 26.

 

1987.   Rola komputera w nauczania języka polskiego.  II Conference of the

Teachers of Polish, Cambridge Springs, PA, May 24.

 

1987.   Les rois polonais et la cartographie.  12e Congres International d'Histoire

de la Cartographie, Paris (France), September 8.

 

1987.   Teaching of the Polish language through culture.  AATSEEL Annual

            Meeting, San Francisco, December 28.

 

1988.   The Trilogy according to Jeremiah Curtin.  AAASS Midwest Conference,

Bloomington, Indiana, March 25.

 

1988.   Sienkiewicz's Trilogy according to Jeremiah Curtin.  46th Annual Meeting of the

Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America.  Washington, D.C., June 17.

 

1988.   Lexicon in Polish Vocabulary and Grammar.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting,

Washington, D.C., December 28.

 

1989.   Polish maps and views by Erik Dahlbergh, artist and military engineer.  13th

International Conference on the History of Cartography, Amsterdam (Holland), June 30.

 

1989.   Henryk Sienkiewicz i Jeremiasz Curtin w świetle dzienników Almy Cardell

Curtin.  Third Congress of Scholars of Polish Descent, Warsaw (Poland), July 18.

 

1989.   The reception of Prus's The Pharaoh in the United States.  21 National

Convention of AAASS, Chicago, November 4.

 

1990.   Alma Cardell Curtin, the woman behind Jeremiah Curtin.  The Annual

Conference of AATSEEL-Wisconsin, Madison, April 28.

 

1990.   Sienkiewicz and Curtin: A literary relationship.  IV World Congress

on Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate (England), July 21.

 

1990.   Contractual and financial agreements between Henryk Sienkiewicz and Jeremiah

Curtin.  22 National Convention of AAASS, Washington, D.C., October 18.

 

1990.   Teaching Polish intonation.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting, Chicago, December 29.

 

1991.   Planning for the language laboratory of the future.  Midwest

Association for Learning Laboratories Meeting, Madison, October 19.

 

1992.   The reception of Prus's  The Pharaoh and the Priest in the United States.  50th

Anniversary Congress of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America,

Yale University, June 20. 

 

1992.   Computer programs for first and second-year Polish.  International

Symposium on the Technology and Language Learning: The State

            of Art, Maastricht (Holland), August 13.

 

1993.   Language laboratories of the future: Applications.  Annual Convention of

AAASS, Honolulu, November 23.

 

1994.   Computer laboratories and their role in teaching foreign languages.  2nd

Conference of Authors of Textbooks for Teaching Polish.  Jagiellonian

University, Kraków (Poland), July 20-24.

 

1994.   Recent Borrowings from English into Polish.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting, San

Diego, December 30.

 

1995.   Teaching Polish with the aid of new technological systems.  Conference of the

Society for the Poles Abroad, Pułtusk (Poland), July 27.

 

1995.   Technological advances in the teaching of Polish.  V World Congress for Central

and East European Studies in Warsaw (Poland), August 7.

 

1998.   Words, words, words: On translating The Crimean Sonnets.  56th Annual Meeting

of PIASA, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

 

1999.   Subterranean streams: On translating Mickiewicz. Conference "At the Brink of

the Modern: In Commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Adam

Mickiewicz" at the University of Chicago, October 23.

 

2000.   The inspiring waters of the Niemen: On translating Mickiewicz's poetry.  58th

Annual Meeting of PIASA, Jagiellonian University, Kraków (Poland), June 16.

 

2002.   "My Soul Became Enamored": Kasprowicz's Book of the Poor as his confession

of faith. 60th Annual Meeting of PIASA,Georgetown University, Washington,

D.C., June 8.

 

2002.   Reading, interpretation, and transference in the process of translation.  Fourth

Workshop on Translation, Catholic University, Lublin (Poland), December 13.

 

2004.   Confessions of a Polish translator.  Fifth Workshop on Translation, Catholic

University of Lublin (Poland), February 27.

 

2006.   From a canon to an anthology: Polish literature from 1945 to 2000.  International

Conference “In Search of (Creative) Diversity,” University of Toronto, February 3.

 

2006.   Panelist “Issues in Translation,” International Conference “In Search of

      (Creative) Diversity,” University of Toronto, February 3.

 

2006.   Hermes and his disciples.  On faithful translations.  64th Annual Meeting

      of PIASA.  New York, June 4.

 

2007.   Zarys historii polonistyki w Ameryce Północnej.  2nd International Conference:

      Polish Literature in the World.  Uniwersytet śląski, Katowice (Poland), May 21.

 

2007.   Towards the history of polonistyka in the United States.  65th Annual Meeting of

PIASA, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., June 15.

 

2009.   Workshops.  II World Congress of Translators of Polish Literature.  Kraków,

Instytut Książki, June 4-6.

 

2009.   Synowie Hermesa: północnoamerykańscy tłumacze literatury polskiej.  3rd

International Conference Polish Literature in the World.  Uniwersytet Śląski,

Cieszyn, June 8.

 

 

Panel chairman at conferences:

 

1981.   Symposium on Czesław Miłosz.  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, April 3.

 

1982.   The Art of Czesław Miłosz.  32 Mountain Interstate Foreign Language

Conference, Winston-Salem, October 7.

    

1984.   13th Linguistic Symposium on Current Approaches to Second Language

Acquisition.  Milwaukee, March 29.

 

1984   West Slavic Linguistics.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.,

December 28.

 

1985.   14th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Language Typology and Universals. 

Milwaukee, March 30.  

 

1985.   Polish Language Teaching: Methods and Materials.  AATSEEL Annual

Meeting, Chicago, December 27.

 

1985.   The Art of Czesław Miłosz.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting, Chicago,

December 28.

 

1986.   15th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Morphology.  Milwaukee, March 30.

 

1986.   Polish Literature: In Search of a National  Identity.  AAASS Midwest Slavic

Conference, Madison, April 19.

 

1987.   16th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Linguistic Categorization. 

Milwaukee, April 11.

 

1988.   17th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Literacy and Linguistics. 

Milwaukee, April 9.

 

1988.    Polish Language Teaching: Methods and Materials.  AATSEEL Annual Meeting,

Washington, D.C., December 28.

 

1989.   18th Annual Linguistics Symposium on Second-Language Acquisition and

Speech Pathology.  Milwaukee, April 21.

                    

1990.  19th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Explanation in Historical

Linguistics.  Session A and Session B.  Milwaukee, April 20-22.

 

1991.   20th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Word Order in Discourse. 

Milwaukee, April 13.

 

1993.   22nd Annual Linguistic Symposium on Second Language

Acquisition Theory and Pedagogy.  Milwaukee, October 9.

 

1995.   Conference of the Society for the Poles Abroad, Pułtusk (Poland), July 26.

 

1996.   Henryk Sienkiewicz Anniversary Panel.  28 National Convention of

AAASS, Boston, November 16.

 

1998.   Adam Mickiewicz Bicenntenial Perspectives.  56th Annual

Meeting of PIASA, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.,

June 12.

 

2000.   Cultural Cross Currents; Polish Theatre and Drama.  58th Annual

Meeting of PIASA, Jagiellonian University, Kraków (Poland), June 17.

 

2002.   Co-chairman of the Fourth Workshop on Translation, Catholic

University, Lublin (Poland), December 9-13. 

 

2004.   Co-chairman of the Fifth Workshop on Translation, Catholic University,

Lublin (Poland), February 23-27.

 

2005.   Co-chairman of the Sixth Workshop on Translation, Catholic University,

      Lublin (Poland), December 5-9.

 

2007.   2nd International Conference: Polish Literature in the World, Uniwersytet śląski,

            Katowice (Poland), May 22.

 

2007.  65th Annual Meeting of PIASA.  Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.,

     June 15.

 

2009.  3rd International Conference: Polish Literature in the World, Uniwersytet Śląski,

           Cieszyn, June 8. 

 

 

Exhibits:

   

1982.   Early maps of Poland (1508-1772) in the American Geographical

Society Collection, Golda Meir Library, University of Wisconsin-

Milwaukee, October 8 -  November 30.

 

 1986.   Polish posters.  1986 AAASS Midwest Slavic Conference,

 Madison, April 18-19.

 

 1987.   Contemporary Polish posters.  Wayne State University,

             Detroit, April 25 - May 25. 

     

1987.   The art of Polish posters.  Saginaw Valley State College,

Michigan, October 5-12.

 

1987.   The art of Polish posters.  International Institute of Minnesota,

Minneapolis, October 17-25.

 

1991.   Polish posters.  University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, May 5-25.

 

1992.   The Polish Shout: Circus, Film, Opera and Theatre Posters:

1960's-1980's.  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Art History

Gallery, September 13- November 1.

 

1994.   The Posters of Poland: 1960s-1980s.  The University of

            Illinois at Chicago.  January 10-21.

 

International activities:

 

1979, 1980.  Director of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                     Summer Study in Poland, a one-month program at the

                     Jagiellonian University in Kraków (Poland).

 

1980.          Director of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                    Soviet Seminar in Moscow, Leningrad and Tallin.

             

1981, 1984, 1985,    Director of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

1986, 1987, 1988,    Summer Study in Poland, a five-week program at the

1989, 1990, 1991,    Catholic University of Lublin (Poland).

1992, 1993, 1994,

1995, 1996, 1997,

1998, 1999, 2000,

2001, 2002, 2003,

2004, 2005, 2006,

2007, 2008, 2009,

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