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Marjorie Hayes leaves IWP $1 million bequest
Longtime supporter and friend of IWP Marjorie Hayes (known to her friends as Margie) recently passed away, leaving IWP a bequest of $1 million.
"Margie was almost reckless in her spirit of adventure," remembers IWP founder and president John Lenczowski.
Her adventures began at a young age. Margie arrived at the scene of the Hindenburg disaster an hour after it happened; she was attending school nearby at the time. Later, towards the end of the Second World War, she attended the Sorbonne in Paris. Read more
IWP to offer two new courses
This spring, IWP is launching two new courses, "Diplomacy: Challenges of the 21st Century" (IWP 661), taught by Professors Jack Tierney and Juliana Geran Pilon with Ambassador Louise V. Oliver, and "Surprise, Warning, and Deception: An Introduction" (IWP 662), taught by Professors David L. Thomas and Robert W. Stephan. Read more
IWP faculty's writings, lectures paved way for new reforms to Smith-Mundt Act
IWP research on Iranian influence in the Americas synchronous with new law requesting that State Department assess Iranian actions in the Western Hemisphere
"Constitutional Coups: A Threat to Private Property," By Prof. Alberto Piedra
"Cuba behind the wheel: Fulton Armstrong & Co.," by Prof. Tania Mastrapa
Dr. Chodakiewicz discusses the two Yaltas
Prof. Mastrapa contributes to the Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice
"A Chinese Puzzle," by Prof. Norman Bailey
"A Book for All Seasons: Golden Harvest or Hearts of Gold?" by Prof. Juliana Pilon
"French Secularism, At Home and Abroad," by Prof. Joseph Wood
Dr. Chodakiewicz reviews new book on Piłsudski
Prof. Juliana Pilon reviews The State of the Jews: A Critical Appraisal
"Israel navigates choppy international waters," by Prof. Norman Bailey
Events at IWP
AUDIO: Amb. Igor Munteanu discusses "The EU and its Neighborhood in 2013"
VIDEO: James Farwell discusses his book Persuasion and Power: The Art of Strategic Communication
Also of Note
IWP receives gift of statue of Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan
A fitting legacy: Noted scholar's final lecture, given at IWP, is published in the journal Society
Welcome to the new website for the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies, www.kosciuszkochair.com!
Other Upcoming Events
The Smolensk Plane Crash: Recent Developments
Wednesday, January 30
Salafist Movements Threaten World Cultural Heritage
Monday, February 4
Open House for Prospective Students on Capitol Hill
Tuesday, February 5
Africa and International Terrorism
Friday, February 8
Book Forum: Applebaum, Hetherington, Kunicki
Wednesday, February 13
New Documents about the Holocaust: Focus on Romania
Friday, February 15
Islamisation of Europe: The Origin, Process, Objections and Implications
Monday, February 25
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