Polish Towns? Jewish Towns?: Urban Development in Eastern Poland on the Eve of the Holocaust

Kathryn Ciancia

Assistant Professor, Department of History, UW-Madison

Friday, April 8, 2016
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Banquet Room, University Club

Kathryn Ciancia is an assistant professor in the History department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She received her PhD in History from Stanford University in 2011 and went on to work as a postdoctoral lecturer in two of Stanford’s liberal arts programs before moving to Madison in 2013. She is currently completing her first book manuscript, Civilizers in Their Own Backyard: Interwar Poland and Its Eastern Borderlands; an article based on part of the book, entitled “Borderland Modernities: Poles, Jews, and Urban Spaces in Interwar Volhynia,” will appear this year in the Journal of Modern History. She is also beginning work on a second book project, which will explore the everyday role of Polish consulates in Western Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas between the wars.

Attendance is by reservation only, and space is limited. To reserve a space, send an email including your UW-Madison affiliation to rsvp@humanities.wisc.edu. The reservation deadline is noon on Monday, April 4th.