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Lecture “Borders and Bordering in the Polish Second Republic”

As of October 2022, Professor Keely Stauter-Halsted is visiting the Faculty of History under a 6-month grant from the Fulbright Foundation.

Ms. Stauter-Halsted is a historian at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she teaches courses on modern Eastern European history, gender and sexuality, Jewish culture, and migration and mobility. Issues that interest her academically revolve around topics related to peasant nationalism, Polish-Jewish relations, prostitution and human trafficking.

Prof. Stauter-Halsted is currently working on a project that focuses on the collapse of European land empires and the formation of a new Polish state in the aftermath of World War I (border formation, refugees).

Prof. Keely Stauter-Halsted give a lecture entitled “Borders and Bordering in the Polish Second Republic: Refugees and the Shaping of Modern Citizenship” to which you are cordially invited.

The discussion after the lecture will be moderated by Prof. Dariusz Stola (ISP PAN).

The meeting will be held on March 16, 2023 at 4:30 pm in room 125 at our Department.

Admission is free, you are welcome!