The Polish workers' movement: A select list of PhD dissertations

 
The following dissertations were harvested from WorldCat and the database "Proquest Dissertations & Theses A&I."
 
Carragee, Kevin M. "A content analysis of ABC news and Newsweek's coverage of Poland, 1980-1981."
     University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1985.
Crago, Laura Ann. "Nationalism, religion, citizenship, and work in the development of the Polish working class
     and the Polish trade union movement, 1815-1929: A comparative study of Russian Poland's textile workers
     and Upper Silesian miners and metalworkers." Yale University, 1993.
Dalecki, Jacek. "The political evolution of Polish dissident Adam Michnik." Indiana University, 1997.
Kenney, Padraic Jeremiah. "Building people's Poland: Resistance and transformation in working-class
     communities and the coming of stalinism to Poland, 1945 - 1949." Univ. of Michigan, 1992.
Lewis, Richard Donald. "The labor movement in Russian Poland in the revolution of 1905-1907." University of
     California, Berkeley, 1971.
Long, Kristi Suzanne. "We all fought for freedom: Gender and historical consciousness among female activists of
     Poland's Solidarity." University of Chicago, 1995.
Lukasik, Gregory A. "Between the global and the local the rise and decline of Solidarity in Poland, 1980-2008."
     Florida State University, 2009.
Majkowski, Wladyslaw. "Marx' [sic] theory of social classes in view of the Polish workers' movement after
     World War II." Loyola University of Chicago, 1982.
Plomien, Ania. "Gender and the labour market in Poland: Domestic barriers to Europeanisation." Universität,
     Bremen, 2010.
Stefancic, David R. "Robotnik: A history of two trends in the Polish labor movement, 1944-1981." University of
     Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1990.
Sucharczuk, Gregory. "A free trade union in a totalitarian society: Towards understanding the Solidarity
     movement in Poland, August, 1980-December, 1981." McGill University, 1994.
Zajicek, Anna M. "Labor activism and industrial relations in the coal-mining industries of the United States,
     Great Britain and Poland." Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1995.