Lecture: “To Be or Not To Be a Professional Interpreter”

“To Be or Not To Be a Professional Interpreter”
Wednesday, May 30 at 6:30pm

Join the Polish Museum of America for this special lecture by Dr. Witold Skowronski, internationally renowned conference interpreter, and Director and Lecturer at the School of Translation, Interpreting and Languages at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. Dr. Witold Skowronski, will tell his compelling story of what it is like for a man to have spoken the thoughts of some of the greatest world leaders of our times, including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and Pope John Paul II, and will take a look at some of the most significant years of Polish-American relations through the eyes of the man who was at the very heart of where the world leaders were talking.

Cost: FREE

Location: Polish Museum of America, 984 N. Milwaukee Ave

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