European Jews between Globalization and Deglobalization
Tara Zahra's lecture will examine the history of Jewish as emblems of globalization, as a lens on both the history of Jews and the history of globalism in the 20th century.
A Different Kind of Courage: Jewish Civilians in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Prof. Barbara Engelking's keynote lecture will be devoted to people not usually mentioned in the history of the uprising – Jewish civilians.
Martín Caparrós: Hunger now
We encourage you to watch the broadcast of Martín Caparrós' lecture "Hunger Today".
"Aktion Reinhardt": Research in the 21st century
We invite you to listen to the lecture by Prof. Dieter Pohl, opening the international conference: Operation "Reinhardt" and the Destruction of Polish Jews, held in November 2022 at the POLIN Museum.
Concealed Objects: Material Culture of Jewish Life in HidingNatalia Aleksiun's lecture will examine the experience of hiding in eastern Galicia (Western Ukraine) through the lens of material culture.
Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival. Interdisciplinary Research
Natalia Romik will talk about the research that forms the basis of her exhibition "Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival".
Falafel Nation: Food, Art and the Making of Israeli National Identity
Yael Raviv's lecture moves beyond the simply territorial to divulge the role food plays in the Jewish nation
Series of lectures "A Dream Come True. Polish Jews and the Founding of the State of Israel"
Due to 70th anniversary of the proclamation of Israel’s independence we will discuss the circumstances that made the founding of Israel possible