Polish Studies Association

  • Ann Arbor, United States

The Polish Studies Association (PSA) is an international organization of scholars, publishers, librarians, archivists, and journalists who specialize in the history, culture, art, politics, economics, and society of Poland. We sponsor an on-line discussion forum (H-Poland), an article prize, a travel subvention for young Polish academics, and more. Please explore our website for a directory of our members, information about our activities, and a collection of useful links about Poland. 

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  • Job or scholarship

    Polish Studies Association in Ann Arbor, United States in , PolandP

    CfA: the Polish Studies Association Travel Grant

    • Archaeology, Architecture, Economics, Ethnology, Philosophy, Gender Studies, Geography, History, Jewish Studies, Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Literary Sciences, Musicology, Jurisprudence, Natural Sciences, Pedagogy and education, Political Sciences, Psychology, Social Sciences, International Relations, Art and Art History, Theater and Film Studies, Theology, Translation Studies, other
    • 13.01.2016
    • by Aleksandra Wągrodzka

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  • Job or scholarship

    Polish Studies Association in Ann Arbor, United States in , United StatesU

    Travel Grant

    • Cultural Studies, Economics, Ethnology, Gender Studies, Geography, History, Jurisprudence, Linguistics, Literary Sciences, Musicology, Philosophy, Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Theater and Film Studies, Theology, Translation Studies, other
    • 02.01.2015
    • by Prof. Brian Porter-Szucs

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  • Job or scholarship

    Polish Studies Association in Ann Arbor, United States in , United StatesU

    Polish Studies Association Travel Grant

    • Cultural Studies, Economics, Ethnology, Gender Studies, Geography, History, Jurisprudence, Linguistics, Literary Sciences, Musicology, Philosophy, Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Theater and Film Studies, Theology, Translation Studies, other
    • 15.11.2014
    • by Prof. Brian Porter-Szucs

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