Dr Charles Karol H. Borowsky rodzōny we 1939 we Elgut von Groeling kole Gleiwitz jako Karl Heinz Borowsky nasōmprzōd godoł po niymiecku. Ôd 1945 jako Karol Borowski we szkole po polskiymu, na szpilpacu po ślōnsku, dōma po niymiycku.
Wandrowoł semnōm po cołkiym Ślōnsku, cobych ujrzoł, co by mi sie ślypia ôzwarły. Ôde Barda i Wambiyrzyc do Bytunia, ôde Paczkowa i Grottkowa do Ôświycimia. Kiejś wleźli my na wieża kościelno we Nysie i ôglōndali, co sie ôstało stego wielce znōnego miasta.
Wojna, wojna, wojna… we kazernie inksze wojska.
We Ôpolu we 1965 pokozoł mi stolica – biyda, biyda, biyda – we kazernie inksze wojska.
We Głogōwku i Głubczycach szukali my na kirhofie jego pradziadkōw. Nic sie niy ôstao. Dōmy stojōm po nich – a grobōw niy ma. Ino w Posucicach staro tabula…
Ôd 1970 Dr. Charles Karol H. Borowsky żyje w Ameryce.
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Dr. Charles Karol H. Borowsky has been internationally acknowledged for his many academic, educational, and leadership achievements. He received distinctions, awards and honorary degrees from professional, social, and cultural organizations both in the USA and abroad, including Honorary Citizenship of Silesia (Poland), Tianjin (China), Beijing (China) and Merhavia (Israel); honorary degrees, medals, and diplomas from The International Sociological Association, International Political Science Association, Harvard University Center for Kibbutz and Communal Studies, The B&B Foundation of Tel Aviv, The Chinese Social Science Academy, The Tianjin Federation of Social Sciences, Heidelberg University, Notre Dame University, Haifa University, Catholic University of Poland, and Yale University.
Dr. Borowsky has authored numerous articles and books in the areas of social movements and change, politics and religion, development and quality of life, sociology of culture, and sociology of youth, published in America, Europe and Asia. He has been on the faculty of prominent universities, including the Catholic University of Poland, Yale University, Massachusetts Institute of Social Studies, and University of Maryland. As Visiting Professor he taught and lectured in 56 countries including Japan, China, Korea, Germany, France, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Spain, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Israel, Jordan, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, Norway, and Canada.
Some results of his research, particularly related to social change and youth have been included in his book Attempting An Alternative Society, published by Harvard University in 1984. From 1994 through 1998, on the request of The B&B Foundation of Tel Aviv, Dr. Borowsky conducted a feasibility study for establishing an interdisciplinary and intercultural institution of higher education in Israel. Dr. Borowsky has conducted joint projects with several academic and cultural institutions in China, Korea, Japan, and Poland.
Currently, Dr. Charles H. Borowsky is the President of the International Institute for Suburban and Regional Studies with centers in 16 countries. He also is the elected President of the International Friends of Music Association and Senior Coordinator of the Asian Center for Society, Culture, and Development. Dr. Borowsky is the editor of the book Innovation and Creativity in Music published by UNESCO.