April 2, 2020



100 Years of Polish Independence: Zakopane 1918

Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts, Manistee

Featuring Dr. Kate Wroblewski, lecturer & assistant director of undergraduate studies in the University of Michigan history department. Kate wrote her dissertation on "Migration to the Self: Education, Political Economy, and Religious Authority in Polish Communities, 1880-1929." This lecture is an event that takes place within the art exhibit "100 Years of Polish Independence: Zakopane 1918." The exhibit opens on Feb. 15 at 1pm, with the lecture at 2pm & the reception from 3-5pm. Exhibit runs Feb. 10 - March 27 from 10am-5pm on Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., with the exception of Feb. 15.

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