02 October 2015
The Polish History Museum has launched a scholarship programme for the ninth time.
The Scholarship Fund endowed by the Polish History Museum is charged with supporting academic research on the history of Poland as well as activities propagating Polish history abroad. The scholarship is addressed...
25 September 2015
The Slavic idea in the philosophical and political thought of John Paul II has not been profoundly investigated yet and its role in shaping the Pope’s attitude toward countries of Central and Eastern Europe has not been clarified enough. Equally, the tradition of debates on the place and role of...
15 September 2015
The Institute of History, University of Warsaw (Poland) is looking for post-doctoral candidates to conduct research in History or related fields, and offers assistance in writing grant proposals in Ancient, Medieval or Early Modern History for the POLONEZ funding programme of the Polish National...
10 September 2015
Hyphenated Identities: Discourses, Questions, and Polemics is a conference sponsored by the Transregional Center of Democratic Studies along with the Columbia University Yiddish Studies and Polish Studies programs and The Memory Group at The New School.
Horace M. Kallen,...
Oral history in Central-Eastern Europe: current research areas, challenges and specificity - conference in Łódź
31 August 2015
The conference (17-18 September 2015) seeks to pose questions regarding the specificity of oral history in our region.
In the past several years, oral history has become increasingly popular in Central and Eastern Europe, both in academia and beyond. It is impossible to overstate the...
26 August 2015
The mission of the Global Education Outreach Program is to promote Polish-Jewish studies internationally by supporting research and scholarly exchange on the history and culture of Polish Jews. POLIN Museum partners with universities and research institutions in Poland, Europe, North America,...
03 August 2015
The extent to which societies come to terms with forced labour under National Socialism still varies widely in Europe. Moreover, in Germany and in the countries occupied by the National Socialist regime or their successor states, there are still groups of victims of National Socialist injustice...
28 July 2015
International workshop-conference organised by the Universities of Basel and Bern September 3-6, 2015
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the history of socialism and communism still presents itself as one of the most polarizing and controversial themes in Europe's culture of...