23 June 2017
Director Mieczkowska discusses the remarkable Russo-Byzantine frescos in Lublin and present research being conducted on them, as well as her museum's current exhibitions and major renovation plans for 2018.
Alan Lockwood: It will be important to discuss your museum's history and its current...
21 June 2017
The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was a nation of equal ethnic and religious identities, a characteristics frequently applied to the First Republic before partitions.
In talking and writing on this topic, religious tolerance is emphasized as a phenomenon of the Europe of the 16th and 17th...
03 June 2017
Poland's Security Policy. The West, Russia, and the Changing International Order examines how the changing post-Cold War order affected Poland's security policy and particularly how the West's weakening position and Russia's revisionist policy reinforced the traditional view of security in...
31 May 2017
The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America organizes in Kraków the Sixth World Congress on Polish Studies together with the Polska Akademia Umiejętności and the University of Gdańsk.
PIASA has organized annual conferences since 1942. Their main purpose is to convene experts from the...
30 May 2017
Exhibition about the Gusen camp history with discussion at the University of Vienna
On Monday, 29 May, at the University of Vienna the exhibition “Gusen: Granite, Death, Remembrance and Oblivion” was open. The opening was accompanied by an academic seminar at the Institute of the Eastern...
29 May 2017
Alan Lockwood: Where was to original site of your institution, on this city map, before the new building opened?
Agata Adamowicz: Here – on Starowiejska Street.
Jacek Friedrich: It was a small house [Domek Abrahama], where Antoni Abraham had lived. He was the Kasubian Polish leader before...
29 May 2017
The headquarters of the Museum of Warsaw in the Old Town Market Square was re-open to the public, with its new core exhibition "The Things of Warsaw". The grand opening took place on 26-28 May 2017.
The core exhibition"Things of Warsaw" consists of three...
28 May 2017
At age 89, Zbigniew Brzeziński has died, one of the most influential political thinkers and strategists of US foreign policy, the former national security adviser in the administration of President Jimmy Carter. Brzeziński used to say he’s an American whose heart remained in Poland.