Announcing a new course!
Taught by Dr. Tomasz Markiewka, our 2015 CSU Visiting Polish Scholar and Kosciusko Fellow
8-Week Class || Beginning Wednesday, October 14, 6:00-9:00 pm
Classes meet at the Polish American Cultural Center in Slavic Village
This is a non-credit course that will meet weekly on Wednesdays for 8-weeks. (No class on Wednesday, Nov. 25.)
The course will explore contemporary Polish cinema with a different film shown each week. There will be an introduction to the film by Dr. Markiewka (and special guests) and discussion will follow after the film.
This course is a wonderful complement to the series of Polish films currently being shown at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque.
There is a fee for this course.
Further details coming soon!
For further information about CSU Polish Studies, contact Dr. Edward Horowitz, director, at 216-687-4511 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taught by Dr. Tomasz Markiewka
2015 CSU Visiting Polish Scholar and Kosciuszko Fellow
Tuesdays and Thursdays
12:30 – 1:45 pm
Fenn Tower, Room 10
Fulfills a General Education Requirement in "Arts and Humanities"!
This course will analyze and discuss recent European movies—with an emphasis on Polish films—to understand national identity and culture.
For more information, please contact Dr. Edward Horowitz, Director of Polish Studies, at email@example.com or 216-687-4511.
Are you age 60 or older? If so, did you know that you are eligible to take for-credit courses at CSU as a "Project 60" student for no cost--including this one. If you have taken a course as a "Project 60" student in the past few years, you should be able to enroll online for Dr. Markiewka's class. If you would like to become a "Project 60" student, there is a short application form to fill out. Please contact Dr. Edward Horowitz for more information about "Project 60" and enrolling in this Polish film class.
To make tax-deductible contributions to the
Cleveland State University Polish Studies, contact:
Paul Wolansky Director for Advancement, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
216-875-9838 || e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
To donate online, please click here and select "other" then type CLASS Polish Studies.