Jews, violence, the revolution of 1905 — an international conference

17.01.2015 The History Institute of the University of Warsaw, The Column Auditorium (Sala Kolumnowa)

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The plan of the conference:

10.00 – starting the debate: prof. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk, Director of the HI UW 10.15 – introduction: dr Artur Markowski (Warszawa)

First Session 10.30 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.

The year 1905 in Warsaw
Lead by Prof. Tomasz Kizwalter (Warszawa)

Scott Ury (Tel Aviv)
Fear and Loathing on the Streets of Warsaw: Violence, Revolution and the Rise of Political Antisemitism, 1905–1907

Aleksandra Jakubczak (Warszawa/Jerozolima)
The pogrom of public houses in Warsaw in light of the trilingual Jewish press 

Commentary: prof. Daniel Grinberg (Warszawa/Białystok)

12.00 p.m. — 12.15 p.m. Break


Second Session II 12.15 p.m. – 1.45 p.m.

Literary context

Lead by: dr hab. Katarzyna Błachowska (Warszawa)

Валерий Дымшиц (Санкт-Петербург)
Революция 1905 г. и погромы в произведениях русских и русско-еврейских писателей

Piotr Laskowski (Warszawa)
Violence and revolution in a Jewish town — the literary image: „A shtetl” I.M. Weissenberga

Commentary: prof. Monika Adamczyk – Garbowska (Lublin) 

1.45 a.m. – 3 p.m. — Break

Third Session 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Ideas and ideologies

Lead by: prof. Andrzej Szwarc (Warszawa)

Waldemar Potkański (Szczecin)
The attitude of left-wing parties in the Kingdom of Poland towards the violence directed at Jews in 1905

Maria M. Przeciszewska (Warszawa)
Constitutional-democrats and the Anti-Jewish violence in the Russian Empire: victims or manipulators? 

Małgorzata Domagalska (Łódź)
Whose and whose work? “Rolars” (connected to the “Rola magazine) and the revolution. 

Commentary: prof. Tomasz Kizwalter (Warszawa)
17.00 – closing: prof. Andrzej Szwarc (Warszawa)

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