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Polish scholar and museum director to visit WVU, give 2018 Pi Lambda Phi Lecture

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WHO: Professor Dariusz Stola, director of the Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews

WHAT: The 2018 Pi Lambda Phi lecture, titled, “Polin: A Museum of Jewish Life at a Site of the Holocaust”

WHERE: White Hall (Room G09), West Virginia University Downtown Campus (a downloadable map is available in the WVUToday Media Center)

WHEN: Thursday, September 6 at 7 p.m.

The lecture, co-sponsored by WVU alumni of the former Jewish fraternity Pi Lambda Phi and the Office of the Provost, references the museum’s location within the walls of the former Warsaw ghetto.

A distinguished historian, Stola is a professor of history at Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Political Studies. His prior publications include works on 20th century human migrations, the Holocaust, Polish-Jewish relations and the history of the communist regime in post-war Poland.



CONTACT: Donna Pancoast
Assistant to the Associate Provost for Academic Personnel
Office of the Provost

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