Academic conferences, symposiums, seminars and lectures regarding Polish history.
21 March 2017
The opening on 5 April will present the exhibition by the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews at the Polish Consulate, with a lecture by Dariusz Stola, director of POLIN.
Director Stola’s lecture will be part of opening ceremonies at the Polish Consulate for the exhibition „They...
Conceptualizations of the Holocaust in Germany, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine since the 1990s. Historical Research and Public Debate
28 November 2016
International Conference at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw
Venue: Aleje Ujazdowskie 39
Time: 5-7 December 2016
Program available here
28 September 2016
In the interview that begins below, Basil Kerski, director of the European Solidarity Center [ESC] in Gdansk, discusses his institution’s development and aims, and how its elaborate, site-specific presence reflects the profound influence and the active, complex historical memory of Solidarity...
20 May 2016
23, 24, 25 May, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, New Conference Hall The Enlightenment is an intellectual and philosophical high point of European historical development. It created powerful ideas and ideals – such as freedom, moral law, empowered, autonomous...
Dr. Aleksander Smolar - "Poland: Internationalism, Nationalism and Challenges of the International Environment"
30 April 2016
The talk by Dr. Aleksander Smolar on 5 May will be held in the University of Oxford's Harold Lee Room, Pembroke College, OX1 1DW, at 17:30.
For the second of four seminars in the 2016 Fulbright Seminar Series held at Pembroke College, Dr. Smolar will speak on "Poland:...
Polonica in foreign institutions – research on the history of the Polish political emigration 1939-1990 - Conference in Warsaw
18 April 2016
The international conference: „Polonica in foreign institutions – research on the history of the Polish political emigration 1939-1990” organized by the Institute of National Remembrance and the Head Office of the State Archives will take place in Warsaw, at the Janusz Kurtyka IPN...
31 March 2016
Time: Thursday, April 7, 2016, 6:30 p.m.
Venue: New York Public Library
Mid-Manhattan Library, The Corner Room
Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz (1885-1939), known as "Witkacy," may have been Europe's most radical novelist, dramatist, painter, and philosopher, in an era when...
30 March 2016
The conference will explore issues related to Jewish cultural heritage in contemporary Europe – preservation, animation, engagement, and impact.
For whom is Jewish cultural heritage being preserved and interpreted? What is its role in the renewal of Jewish life and memory? What is its impact on...