22 February 2018
GERMAN NAZI CRIMES AGAINST JEWS WHO ESCAPED FROM THE GHETTOES
The situation of Polish Jews in German Nazi-occupied Poland has been the subject of thousands of research projects and interpretations. One of the fundamental texts to which many scholars refer is the article by Szymon Datner, German...
28 November 2017
On 28 November 1918, Polish Chief of State Józef Piłsudski signed an electoral law allowing women to vote, which they did for the first time in parliamentary elections in January 1919.
This happened the same month that the country regained independence, after 123 years spent under...
27 November 2017
Call for Papers/Presentations for academic/practitioner workshop at the History Department, Central European University, Budapest, on December 8 - 9, 2017
From the Baltics to the Black Sea and back the legitimacy of critical civic institutions, organisations and movements of civil society is under...
24 November 2017
Images as witnesses to history, materialised memories or their active co-creators? The multi-faceted relationship between the past and its visual representations will be the main focus of the seventh edition of the international Genealogies of Memory conference to be held in Warsaw on 6-8...
Convention and Revolution. Life writing by women in the 1800s and 1900s: archives, critiques and methods
22 November 2017
Long hours in the archives. Raise your hand if you have never yawned over letters of journals written by women of the centuries past. (No hands go up.) The thoughts creep in: this is so boring, so conventional, so predictable – and there's another pile of pages to read…Fighting sleep, we still...
15 November 2017
This book offers an extensive introduction and 13 diverse essays on how World War II, the Holocaust, and their aftermath affected Jewish families and Jewish communities, with an especially close look at the roles played by women, youth, and children.
Focusing on Eastern and Central Europe, themes...
15 November 2017
On 14 November, President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda and his Wife took part in the official opening of the permanent exhibition „What we were unable to shout out to the world”, presenting original documents from the Underground Archive...
"Museums and their Publics at Sites of Conflicted History." International conference, 13-15 March 2017
08 November 2017
Divided memories are characteristic of post-communist Europe and in other regions that have experienced totalitarian regimes, wars, mass violence (ethnic cleansing, population transfers), radical border changes, and other disruptions. The present day brings additional tensions: liberal...