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Loyola University Chicago

Department of History

William Galush

William Galush
Title: Emeritus 
E-mail: wgalush@luc.edu 

 


Personal Information

Degree:
Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Specialization:
American History

Research Interests:

Publications:

A History of the Poles in America to 1908. Part III. Poles in the Eastern and Southern States : An article from: The Catholic Historical Review - Amazon

A History of the Poles in America to 1908, Part IV: Poles in the Central and Western States : An article from: The Catholic Historical Review - Amazon

Opposite Poles: Immigrants and Ethnics in Polish Chicago, 1976-1990 : An article from: Social Forces - Amazon

For More Than Bread: Community and Identity in American Polonia, 1880-1940 (Boulder, CO: East European Monographs, 2006).

"What should Janek Learn? Staffing & Curriculum in Polish American Parochial Schools, 1870-1940," History of Education Quarterly 40 (Winter, 2000).

"Theophila Samolinski," Women Building Chicago, 1790-1990 (2001).

"City Societies & Commerical Clubs: Embourgoisment Among Second Generation Polish Americans," Polish American Studies 56 (Autumn, 1999).

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