The area of positive reception – a meeting with Adam Boniecki in the POLIN Reading Room series
What is death and afterlife? – a meeting in the Jewish ABC series
Rabin ortodoksyjny oraz rabinka konserwatywna pomogą nam zrozumieć mniej znane obszary judaizmu
Video: In the Wake of Catastrophe: Jewish Refugees and the Reconstruction of Jewish Life after Chmielnicki uprising 1648
Work and Passion. Warsaw architects build modern Gdynia, 1920–1939 – a lecture
Grzegorz Mika opowie o warszawskich architektach modernistycznych, którzy tworzyli Gdynię
Poles-Jews-Holocaust or the Polish-Polish disputes on the Genocide - a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room cycle
What is Jewish education about? - a meeting in the Jewish ABC series
Meeting with the representatives of Jewish education in Poland
Anne Frank's Diary - a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room series
A meeting with Ari Folman. The meeting will be hosted by Michał Nogaś.
Let’s read memoirs – meeting in the POLIN Reading Room series
The meeting is intended to open the series titled Jews. Poland. Autobiographies and promote the first volume – the memoirs of Jezechiel Kotik.
Children Didn’t Cry - meeting in the POLIN Reading Room series
In the story about Alfred Trzebiński, Natalia Budzyńska faces up to her family’s secret.
Modernity: The YIVO Institute and Modern Jewish Culture in Interwar Poland
A lecture about YIVO’s history delivered by Cecile E. Kuznitz, Associate Professor of History and Director of Jewish Studies at Bard College (New York).
Through Ruins and Rubble. A tour of one hundred exterminated Jewish communities - a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room
What does the Land of Israel and the diaspora mean to the Jews? - a meeting in the Jewish ABC series
History of tomorrow: a dispute over memory, facts and fiction in the Internet era
A debate on the 60th anniversary of the ZNAK publishing house
In King Matt’s Poland. In what sort of a country do we want to live in? – a debate of the youth
Anti-Jewish violence and social mythology. The 1906 Białystok pogrom – a meeting in the Jewish ABC series
POLIN Reading Room: The Holocaust. A New History
The event marks the International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Video recording: Two Fatherlands? Right-Wing Zionism and the Politics of National Belonging in Interwar Poland
Mystery Play at the Gate. Anthropology of Memory – a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room series
The Catalogue of Works by Polish Artists and Jewish Artists from Poland in the Museums in Israel – a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room series
Podcast: Equality: in law and in life. The question of equal rights for women in the Second Polish Republic
Heaven’s Gates. Masonry synagogues in the territories of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth – a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room series
Not just March... How to talk about a difficult history – a debate
A debate accompanying the exhibition Estranged: March ’68 and Its Aftermath
Theodor Herzl and his vision of a Jewish state: ideas and the reality
Wykład z cyklu "Spełnione marzenie. Żydzi polscy i powstanie Izraela"
How could I possibly leave them alone? On Jewish carers during the war – discussion in the POLIN Reading Room series
Attitudes of Witnesses to the Holocaust – meeting with Halina Birenbaum
The Meetings with Witnesses to History series.
Indifference – a discussion accompanying the Estranged. March ’68 and Its Aftermath exhibition
Zionism in Poland, Poland in Zionism
Lecture in the series A Dream Fulfilled. Polish Jews and the Establishment of the State of Israel
Podcast: How Did We Negotiate Peace for Israel?
Lecture within "A Dream Come True. Polish Jews and the Founding of the State of Israel" series
Podcast: A Budding State: Aliyah, Kibbutz, Urbanization
The lecture in the series "A Fulfilled Dream. Polish Jews and the Establishment of the State of Israel".
My blood. Identity and biology – a discussion forming part of the Challenges of the 21st century series
A Man of the Future – debate in the series Challenges of the 21st Century
Jak zmieni się społeczeństwo w nadchodzącym stuleciu?
Confronting blood. Jews versus Christians
A debate in the series On Polish Jews: Whispering and Shouting
Video: Zionist is spelled with ‘J’. Antisemitic campaign 1967-1968 and March ’68
A lecture in the series A Life Severed
6 Million Polish Citizens. Political history of memory of the Holocaust
A lecture in the series “A Life Severed”. .Jews in Poland 1944-1968
Is it Possible for all People to Speak the Same Language? The Story of Ludwik Zamenhof and Esperanto
The Zookeeper’s Wife. History of the ark which saved people and animals – a meeting in the series POLIN Reading Room
Traces of the Holocaust in the imagery of Polish culture – a meeting in the POLIN Reading Room
Researcher – Witness – Storyteller. Preserving the local memory of the Jewish Holocaust – a lecture in the series The Old and New Questions
Cykl "Dzieje Żydów. Stare i nowe pytania"
Fighting for the souls. Social and religious life of Jews 1950-1968
Lecture in the series A Life Severed. Jews in Poland in Years 1944-1968
How many Jews lived in postwar Poland?
A lecture in the series A Life Severed. Jews in Poland in Years 1944-1968
The Lost Dream: post-war Jewish settlement in Lower Silesia – a lecture
A lecture forming part of the A Life Severed. Jews in Poland in Years 1944-1968 series
New life in New Poland. Jewish institutions and organizations 1944-1950
Lecture in the series A Life Severed. Jews in Poland 1944-1968
Old and new questions: "What is Jewish music?"
Lecture by Prof. Judah Cohen from Indiana University Bloomington
From the ashes. On Holocaust and resurrection of Jewish life after the war – lecture forming part of the A Life Severed. Jews in Poland in the Years 1944-1968 series
POLIN Reading Room series. Promotion of the book "Multidirectional Memory. Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization"
POLIN Reading Room series
Blasphemy/vilification of religious feelings – a discussion in the Between the Faiths series
Spotkanie i dyskusja z cyklu "Między religiami"
The Pepper Forgers. A Family History – book promotion in the POLIN Reading Room series
Book promotion in the POLIN Reading Room series
Jews and Psychoanalysis – lecture forming part of the On the Interface of Two Worlds series
Lecture forming part of the On the Interface of Two Worlds series
"Jew" in the language - Discussion
Jerzy Bralczyk, Andrzej Markowski, Bela Szwarcman–Czarnota, Sergiusz Kowalski
The Polish and Yiddish Cinema in the Interwar Period: a Personal Union
Lecture by Dr Iwona Kurz forming part of the Between Two Worlds series
“Judeo-Communism”: A Jewish or Polish phenomenon?
Lecture in the "At the boundary of two worlds" series
Seminar with representatives of the March of the Living from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom
Politics of History—What Does it Stand For?
A lecture by Prof. Jan Kubik, University College London
A People That Dwells Alone? Jewish History and the Culture of a Minority
A lecture by Prof. David Biale
4th edition of the Daffodils campaign
Thousand volunteers distributed paper daffodils in the streets of Warsaw
How did Hebrew become an everyday language?
A lecture by Prof. Tsvia Walden, a psycholinguist at Ben-Gurion University
Meeting with Frank Stella
POLIN Museum will have the pleasure to host the world-renowned abstractionist