As every year, the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute would like to invite humanities teachers of gymnasiums and high schools to participate in JHI’s Summer Academy dedicated to the history and culture of Polish Jews.
The training course targets humanities teachers, especially those who did not participate in previous editions of JHI’s Summer Academy.
The classes of JHI’s Summer Academy will take place on 20–23 July, 2014.
This year’s JHI’s Summer Academy will be dedicated to the history of Polish Jews from the beginning of their settlement on Polish territories through the following centuries.
The topics will include: place of the Jews in social, religious, daily and cultural life. Particular focus will be on the period of the Second World War and, on the occasion of the Year of Emanuel Ringelblum, we will present the founder of the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto. The program includes also a tour of all exhibitions in the JHI and the Jewish cemetery; a walk following the footsteps of Jewish writers; film screening; and above all annual March of Remembrance, this year dedicated to our Patron Emanuel Ringelblum.
If you are interested in participating in the Academy, please fill in the application form available here till 15th July, 2014.
You will be notified of the admission decision up to 16th July, 2014.
For additional information, please call (22) 827–92–21 ex.120, or e-mail us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
The classes will take place in the Jewish Historical Institute.
Lectures, handouts, books, lunches and group travels are free of charge.
However, the JHI does not return travel costs nor does it provide accommodation.
See you at JHI’s Summer Academy!