The culmination of events commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Jewish Historical Institute – and a complementary event to the opening of the permanent exhibition – will be an academic session 70 years of the Jewish Historical Institute planned for 15 November 2017. The session will take place under a honorary patronage of the President of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Professor Jerzy Duszyński.
We cordially invite you to take part in our anniversary celebrations.
PROGRAMme of the celebrations in the emanuel ringelblum jewish historical institute
15 november 2017
Jewish historical institute building, Tłomackie 3/5, Warsaw
Languages: Polish and English. We provide simultaneous translation.
15th november, wednesday
Admission free (all persons wishing to attend the session are asked to send a confirmation e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Session „70th years of Jewish Historical Institute” with the honorary patronage of The President of Polish Academy of Science, Professor Jerzy Duszyński.
Leader: Andrzej Żbikowski
Welcome adress: the Director of Jewish Historical Institute, professor Paweł Śpiewak.
- the representative of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland, Piotr Wiślicki
- the representative of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Jarosław Sellin
- the representative of the UNESCO, Getachew Engida
- the representative of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, Irene Pletka
- the representative of the Yad Vashem, Haim Gertner
- the representative of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Sara J. Bloomfield
- the representative of the Jewish Historical Institute Programme Board, Piotr M. A. Cywiński.
Leader: Jan Doktór
- Stephan Stach (Institute of Contemporary History, Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague) — Political and social history of the Jewish Historical Institute – key moments.
- Andrzej Żbikowski – (Jewish Historical Institute) – Scientific research in the Jewish Historical Institute and throughout the years.
Nicolas Berg (Simon Dubnow Institute, Leipzig) — In German for the Germans: How Józef Wulf brought the legacy of Emanuel Ringelblum and the founding idea of the JHI into the west.
- Joanna Nalewajko-Kulikov (Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw) – „Bleter far Geszichte” — outlines of the history of the paper.
- Mikołaj Getka-Kenig – (Institute of Art, Jagiellonian University, Krakow) – The Jewish Historical Institute Museum in the times of the Polish People’s Republic and the issues of the history of the Polish Jews public discourse.
Commentators: Daniel Grinberg, Renata Piątkowska, Andrzej Rykała.
Questions and discussion.
The exhibition is one of the key events of the Oneg Szabat program – a multiannual program of events commemorating the Ringelblum Archive and the Oneg Shabbat group, launched by the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute and the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland.
The Oneg Szabat program is implemented by the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute and the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland, within a public-private partnership