- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
The Polish Studies Program aspires to engage students, scholars and the community whose knowledge and interests center on the Polish experience. The Program’s mission involves a broad approach to the discipline that situates Polish-ness in its historical contexts of cosmopolitanism, transnationalism and diaspora. We seek to provide a contemporary international perspective that reflects the nation’s new position as a member of the European Union, incorporating, at the same time, the Polish experience outside of Poland as reflected in the Polish community in Buffalo. The program offers only a minor (no major). The Minor in Polish Studies consists of two tracks: the Culture and Society track and the Language track. You can choose to do one or the other (or even both).
About Our Facilities
The Department of Transnational Studies is house in 1010 Clemens Hall, and has two dedicated seminar rooms. The department holds classes in centrally scheduled space throughout the campus, which includes traditional classes and lecture halls that can accommodate the program’s teaching philosophies.
About Our Faculty
The Polish Studies program has faculty within the Department of Transnational Studies joined by renowned affiliated faculty from throughout the university and western New York.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the Transnational Studies department website for additional information about our faculty.