CHICAGO (Apr. 13, 2018) — Governor Bruce Rauner went to Europe on Friday on jobs mission that will take him to major cities in Poland and in Germany to meet with leaders in business, government, higher education, and […]
Members of the 1961 Wayne State Baseball team in their classic flannels. The WSU Sesquicentennial fashion event will showcase how pop-culture branding can be used to merchandise a product or service. Photo courtesy of Wayne State University Athletics DETROIT– On Wednesday, […]
by Robert John Zagar PhD MPH and Agata Karolina Szkotak Zagar MBA During the American Revolutionary War a French speaking foreigner appeared before Benjamin Franklin bearing introductory letters asking to join George Washington’s Army. Andrzej […]
Historical Essay Contest THE STRUGGLE OF POLAND FOR INDEPENDENCE 1918-1920 After 123 years of partition and occupation, Poland regained its independence in 1918. However, the Polish state had to struggle for two more years on […]
Prof. Gary Nash to give a Special Lecture at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia Kosciuszko, Jefferson, and History’s Forgotten Man from Stockbridge an untold story from the American Revolution UNESCO (United Nations Educational, […]
The Book of Joseph
One family’s remarkable story spanning occupied Poland to present-day America
featuring Chicago favorite Francis Guinan
Sean Fortunato as Joseph in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s world premiere production of The Book of Joseph, a new play written by Karen Hartman and directed by Barbara Gaines, in the theater Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare, January 29–March 5, 2017. Photo by Bill Burlingham.
By: Javad Mofrad from Sweden
Europa (Greek: Ευρώπη) was a Phoenician princess in Greek mythology. She was the daughter to king Agenor (heroic) or in certain other myths to king Phenix of Phoenicia. Being a young girl she was seduced and abducted by Zeus, then in a bull´s disguise. (Wikipedia)
LINE AND LAND: ESSAY. IMAGE. FICTION. Friday, January 16, 2015 at 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Reading from DAY ON EARTH: Traveling Prose at 7:00pm, accompanied by a conversation with the author, and followed by a book signing and exhibition reception.