Slavic Review: Third Europe
This engrossing work deals with political activists who worked to promote a federalist solution for the states in east centralRead more.
Foreword Review’s Review of Comrade Baron
Jaap Scholten has done an extraordinary job of recording and presenting the stories of a persecution almost forgotten.Read more.
The New Criterion Review: Comrade BaronRead more.
Review: Third Europe: Polish Federalist Thought in the United States, 1940–1970s
Reviewed by Marcus E. Ethridge University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Emeritus)Read more.
Polish American Studies Vol. 74, No. 1, Spring 2017: White and Red Umbrella: The Polish American Congress in the Cold
Polish American Studies Vol. 74, No. 1, Spring 2017: Reviewed by Dominic A. Pacyga Columbia College, ChicagoRead more.
White and Red Umbrella: The Polish American Congress in the Cold War Era, 1944–1988
Reviewed by: Jakub Tyszkiewicz University of WrocławskiRead more.
Reviewed by: Jost Dülffer, Köln Neue Historiche Literatur / Buchbesprechungen 19.–21. (written in German) : The Inauguration of “Organized Political
Reviewed by: Jost Dülffer, Köln Neue Historiche Literatur / Buchbesprechungen 19.–21. (written in German)Read more.
Reviewed by Gergely Tóth University of Utah, Salt Lake City: Review: 21st Century Hungarian Language Survival in Transylvania.
This volume offers a fresh, comprehensive description of the current state of affairs of Hungarian as an endangered minority languageRead more.
Slavic and East European Journal, vol. 59, no.3 (Fall 2015), page 454: Review: Night and Fog: The Collected Dramas andRead more.
Slavic Review, vol. 74, no. 2 (Summer 2015): In Search of the Budapest Secession: The Artist Proletariat and Modernism’s Rise
Slavic Review, vol. 74, no. 2 (Summer 2015) Lee Congdon James Madison UniversityRead more.