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.