Research Group

Jerzy BARANKIEWICZ
Jerzy BARANKIEWICZ, Biochemist / Biophysicisit.
Member since 2011. Ph.D. in the Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Director of Clinical Research at Molecular Research Center, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio. Author of papers presented at PAES/PATE Anthropological Seminars and Native American craft exhibitions. He is also journalist and ceramic artist, and founder of the Polish Arts and Culture Society of San Diego, California (Polski Salon Artystyczny w San Diego), and Polish Art Society of Cincinnati, OH.
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John J. BEATTY
John J. BEATTY, Anthropologist.
Member since 1999. Professor at the Film Department of the Brooklyn College CUNY. Lives in Brooklyn, NY, USA.
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Ewa BORSUKIEWICZ
Ewa BORSUKIEWICZ, MA in History of Cultures.
Member since 2011. Student of Archaeology at the Jagiellonian University, Krakow. Lives in Walbrzych, Poland.
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Anna M. DOBROWOLSKA
Anna M. DOBROWOLSKA, Biologist, Musicologist.
Member since 1995. Specializing in American Indian music. Lives in Wilmington, DE, USA.
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Ewa DZURAK
Ewa DZURAK, Anthropologist.
Member 1993-1998, 2011 until present. Librarian at the College of Staten Island CUNY. Former Director of PAES/PATE Research Council. Author of eight presentations at PAES/PATE Anthropological Seminars. Lives in Staten Island, NY, USA.
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Aleksandra JANOWSKA
Aleksandra JANOWSKA, Polish Linguist, Ethnologist.
Member since 2010. Involved in a study of various aspects of Indian spirituality. The Author of several scholarly texts on North American Indians. Doctorate student at the Dept. of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun. Organizer of the International Conference "To be Indian, it's...", Torun, Oct. 28/29, 2011. Lives in Torun, Poland.
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Marek MACIOLEK
Marek MACIOLEK
Member since 2001. Editor-in-Chief of the TIPI Publishing House, Wielichowo, Poland. Editor of the written materials of PAES/PATE, highly valued for his expert work. Lives in Wielichowo, Poland.
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Leszek MICHALIK
Leszek MICHALIK, North American Indian Religions Specialist.
Member since 2010. Lector at the University of Łódź, Poland. The Author of the several books on the Northamerican Indian sprituality. Candidate for the position of Executive Director of the Polish-American Ethnological Society, Branch in Poland. Lives in Sztum, Poland. Since 2010 Election the Executive Director of PAES/PATE for the EU.
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Radoslaw PALONKA
Radoslaw PALONKA, Archaeologist.
Member since 2010. Assistant Professor at the Institute of Archaeology of Jagiellonian University, Krakow. Doctor of Humanistic Sciences of the Jagiellonian University. Reasearch worker at the sites of Mississippi and Pueblo Cultures in USA. Lives in Krakow, Poland.
see: webpage www.sandcanyon.pl
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Adam PIEKARSKI
Adam PIEKARSKI, Economist. Anthropologist.
Member since 2011. Graduate of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun. Author of several scholarly texts on North American Indians. Organizer of the International Conferences: “In the Spirit of Crazy Horse?” (Oct. 19, 2007) and “The Trail of Broken Treaties” (Oct. 21, 2009). Lives in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
www.walker.org.pl
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Aleksander POSERN-ZIELIŃSKI
Aleksander POSERN-ZIELIŃSKI, Anthropologist.
Member since 1976. Professor at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland. Conducts Ethnological Field Research in Ecuador, Bolivia and Chile. Honorary President of the Polish-American Ethnological Society. Lives in Mosina, Poland.
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Andrzej J.R. WALA
Andrzej J.R. WALA, Historian.
Founder and member of the Society since 1976. Executive Director of PAES/PATE from 1985 until present. Author of 15 presentations at the seminars. Co-editor (with Krystyna Baliszewska) of the Anthropological Papers and both books containing the seminar papers. Since 1988 licenced Notary Public in the State of New Jersey. Author of the book of poems "Cały mój grzech", a collection of satirical rhymes "Rymiki bluźniercze i bezwstydne", a collection of radio speeches "Z Atlantic City mówi do Państwa..." and "Z Atlantic City mój śpiew łabędzi". Lives in Ventnor, NJ, USA.
Contact (609)487-8999, (609)892-8967
Jaroslaw ZRALKA
Jaroslaw ZRALKA, Archaeologist.
Member since 2002. Director of the Nakum Archaeological Project, Guatemala. Doctor of Humanistic Sciences of the Jagiellonian University. Assistant Professor (Adjunct) at the Archaeological Institute of Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. Lives in Karniowice, Poland. Since 2010 Election the Director of PAES/PATE Research Council for the next four years: 2011-2014.
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