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Membership in the Polish American Historical Association is open to anyone with an interest in ethnic studies or the Polish experience in America. Members are eligible to vote or run for office, serve on committees, and participate in the annual meetings. Members receive our newsletter, the biannual scholarly journal Polish American Studies, and discounts on PAHA publications. Membership levels include: individual, family, institutional, and student/senior. PAHA also occasionally grants Honorary Membership to the most distinguished scholars.

Please note that since 2013 our Journal (Polish American Studies) has been published by the University of Illinois Press and, therefore, the UIP also manages our membership dues. The link below will take you to the UIP site - you may use it to join PAHA and to subscribe to the Polish American Studies, since it is the same thing.

If you would like to join PAHA or renew your membership click here or copy the link to your browser: https://www.press.uillinois.edu/journals/pas.html 


  MEMBERSHIP / SUBSCRIPTION RATES


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Individuals:
1 Year
Students/Seniors:
1 Year
Institutions:
1 Year
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$40.00
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$25.00
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$112.00
Print + Electronic
$55.00
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$40.00
Electronic Only
$112.00
Print + Electronic
$133.00
Households:
1 Year
Patron:
1 Year
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$50.00
Print + Electronic
$300.00
Print + Electronic
$65.00
Lifetime:
Print + Electronic

$600.00



Non-U.S. Postage: Canada/Mexico, $10.00; Other Non-U.S. Locations, $15.00

Single Issues: $22.00 for individuals, $52.00 for institutions.

Online access is provided via the JSTOR Current Scholarship Program.





HONORARY MEMBERSHIP

In addition to the various awards, the Polish American Historical Association has also recognized its supporters and eminent members by bestowing Honorary Memberships and Certificates, as follows.


2013: Honorary PAHA membership was conferred upon Victor Greene.


Victor R. Greene, was a historian and educator, born Nov. 15, 1933, Newark (NJ), U.S. he passed away in 2014 at the age of 80. A graduate of Harvard University (Bachelor of Arts, 1955) University of Rochester (Master of Arts, 1960) he received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, in 1963.  He served as a professor at Kansas State University, 1963-71, and the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Milwaukee, since 1971 until retirement. His doctoral dissertation was recognized by an award from the Kosciuszko Foundation, 1965; he held a Fulbright scholarship to Germany, 1980-81, and another Fulbright scholarship to the United Kingdom, 1990-91. His research awards and grants include two National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) fellowships, in 1977, 1987. 

Professor Greene was one of the founders of immigration and ethnic history as a discipline and a recognized scholar of labor and urban history, and popular culture. He authored books which challenged and re-defined the scholarship on working class ethnicity and culture. They included such classic studies as The Slavic Community on Strike: Immigrant Labor in Pennsylvania Anthracite (1968); For God and Country: The Rise of Polish and Lithuanian Consciousness in America, 1860-1910 (1975); American Immigrant Leaders, 1800-1910: Marginality and Identity (1987); A Passion for Polka: Old-Time Ethnic Music in America (1992); A Singing Ambivalence: American Immigrants between Old World and New, 1830-1930 (2004); and co-edited with Margo Anderson, Perspectives on Milwaukee's Past(2009). Victor Greene was also active in a number of scholarly organizations, including Polish American Historical Association, the Immigration and Ethnic History Society, the History Committee of the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Centennial Commission, Wisconsin Society for Jewish Learning, and Wisconsin Labor History Society. In 2009, the Immigration and Ethnic History Society honored Professor Greene with its Lifetime Achievement Award.

A longer biography may be found on the website of the American Historical Association:
https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/january-2015/in-memoriam-victor-r-greene



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