Marcin Szerle an EEGA visiting fellow participated at AHA conference in Washington D.C.

»Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism in Global Perspective«: was the thematic focus of the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (about 1500 participants) which took place at the beginning of Janurary in Washington D.C..

Marcin Szerle, currently EEGA postdoc, participated at the conference and presented a paper with the following title: Difficult beginnings in a new land – social and ethnic relations in the Americas in memoirs of immigrants from Polish territories, part of the panel Daily Lives in the Polish American Communities, organized by a Polish American Historical Association.

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