Book awards: Kulczycki Book Prize in Polish Studies

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The Jews in Poland and Russia, Vol. 1: 1350 to 1881 by Antony Polonsky2011
The Holocaust object in Polish and Polish-Jewish culture by Bożena ShallcrossHonorable Mention, 2011
Faith and fatherland : Catholicism, modernity, and Poland by Brian Porter-Szücs2012
Starring Madame Modjeska : on tour in Poland and America by Beth Holmgren2013
Kith, kin, and neighbors : communities and confessions in seventeenth-century Wilno by David Frick2014
Auschwitz, the Allies and Censorship of the Holocaust by Michael Fleming2015
The rise and fall of Belarusian nationalism, 1906-1931 by Per A. Rudling2015
Three Minutes in Poland: Discovering a Lost World in a 1938 Family Film by Glenn KurtzHonorable Mention, 2015

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The Kulczycki Book Prize in Polish Studies (formerly the ASEEES Orbis Books Prize), sponsored by the Kulczycki family, former owners of the Orbis Books Ltd. of London, England, is awarded annually for the best book in any discipline, on any aspect of Polish affairs, published in the previous calendar year. The Kulczycki Book Prize carries a cash award. The award is presented at the ASEEES Annual Convention.



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