A Travel Document – a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room series

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Ewa Herbst left Poland in 1969 as a post-March emigration. She graduated from a university in Sweden and pursued academic career, which she later continued in the United States. A Travel Document is a collection of her poems, written during the first two years of emigration.

  • 28 August, 6 PM, free admission

Remigiusz Grzela, director, writer and playwright, will talk to the author; actress Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieślak will recite selected poems.

The event is part of the Singer’s Warsaw Festival of Jewish Culture organized by the Shalom Foundation.


The program Estranged. March ‘68 and Its Aftermath consists of a series of projects and a temporary exhibition at POLIN Museum. It aims at recalling the memory of the causes, the course and the consequences of the March '68 antisemitic campaign on the 50th anniversary of the events. Follow us on >>

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