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  • Martin Votruba
    Slovak Studies Program, University of Pittsburgh, invites you to the Thomas Kukucka Memorial Lecture Gregory Ference The Making of a State: The American
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      Slovak Studies Program, University of Pittsburgh,
      invites you to the Thomas Kukucka Memorial Lecture

      Gregory Ference

      The Making of a State:

      The American Creation of Czecho-Slovakia
      with the
      Cleveland Agreement and the Pittsburgh Pact


      Sunday, March 28, 2004, 2 p.m.

      1P-56 Posvar Hall (formerly Forbes Quadrangle, next to Hillman Library)
      University of Pittsburgh Oakland Campus

      You are cordially invited to a reception that follows

      Dr. Gregory Ference is Professor of History at Salisbury University,
      received his BA in history from the University of Pittsburgh, and holds an
      MA, MLS and Ph.D. in East European History from Indiana University. Prof.
      Ference has published and lectured extensively on the history of Slovaks
      in North America. He teaches courses in Central and Eastern European
      history, and in the histories of Russia, and East Asia. He has received
      Salisbury University's Distinguished Faculty Award. His lecture will focus
      on the role of Slovak-Americans in the efforts to establish Slovakia as a
      political unit after World War I, which culminated in the historical
      Pittsburgh Pact.
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