Loyola University Chicago

Polish Studies

Resources


Krakow, A Gift Shop at Sukiennice, photo by bnm‌

Course Development Funding for CAS Faculty

Women & Leadership Archives at the Gannon Center

  • Helena Znaniecka Lopata (1925-2003) Polish American sociologist and professor at Loyola
  • Legion of Young Polish Women, 1939, is a Non-for-Profit Organization located in Chicago, IL, focused on charitable, scientific, literary, and educational causes.
  • Polish Women's Alliance of America, 1898 isa fraternal benefit society serving the financial and social needs of the Polish and Polish American communities.
  • Rep. Dan Rostenkowski (1928-2010) Congressman from Chicago's Northwest Side and Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee (1981-1994)

Polish American Alumni Network (PAAN) at Loyola University Chicago, 2010
Founding members:

Americans Try To Pronounce Polish Cities - Challenge yourself and have a good laugh

Bibliography for Polish Experience during WWII

Is Chicago the Largest Polish City in the U.S and Only Second to Warsaw, Poland? - Why Chicago can brag about the size of its Polish population

Transregional Center for Democratic Studies Opportunities List

Poland's Changing Boarders

Polish Dictionaries, Reference Books, & Textbooks

Polish Language Certification Examination - recognized by the European Union member countries

Polish Student Alliance at Loyola University Chicago

PRCUA Polish Language Classes

Tutorials in Polish Pronunciation

US Embassy in Warsaw Speaks Polish

Ustawa o obywatelstwie - Polish language requirement to obtain Polish citizenship