Discussions and lectures - Instytut Pileckiego

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  • Poland as a Playground of Cold War Struggles 1981-1989

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    Poland as a Playground of Cold War Struggles 1981-1989

    Don’t miss the chance to listen to a fascinating discussion on the 40th anniversary of imposing martial law in Poland! The discussion will deal with the general context of the 1980s in an international context of politics with Poland as the main focus.

  • 1956 De-stalinization; Before and After

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    1956 De-stalinization; Before and After

    Was it a turning point in the Cold War? What events during the 1956 had an impact on course of the world history? What was the meaning of the Hungarian Revolution? Join us online for a unique chance to listen to a brilliant discussion on the year 1956.

  • Did they risk their lives? Diplomats as Righteous Among the Nations | debate

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    Did they risk their lives? Diplomats as Righteous Among the Nations | debate

    When considering the actions of diplomats during the Holocaust, should we use the same criteria that are applied to other rescuers? The debate will begin with a lecture by E. Saul, who's spent years researching the involvement of diplomats in aiding Jews.

  • Facing Evil: The Aftermath of the Second World War

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    Facing Evil: The Aftermath of the Second World War

    Join us online for a unique chance to listen to a brilliant discussion on the aftermath of the Second World War and the consequences that were awaiting Poland and Central Eastern Europe.

  • World War II: Witnesses and Memory | Part 3: Memory Wars

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    World War II: Witnesses and Memory | Part 3: Memory Wars

    The third and last instalment of the “World War II: Witnesses and Memory” series organized jointly by the Pilecki Institute and the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.

  • Strides Towards Liberty | webinar

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    Strides Towards Liberty | webinar

    In 2021 we celebrate the 230th anniversary of the Constitution. The Institute would like to contribute to nation-wide festivities with a strong academic roundtable aiming at an international popular audience.

  • World War II: Witnesses and Memory | Part 2: Witnessing the Outbreak

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    World War II: Witnesses and Memory | Part 2: Witnessing the Outbreak

    We invite you to the second part of new series of international webinars organized by the Pilecki Institute of Warsaw, Poland and and the National World War II Museum of New Orleans, USA.

  • Duty and Compassion. Polish Diplomacy Working Against the Holocaust | webinar

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    Duty and Compassion. Polish Diplomacy Working Against the Holocaust | webinar

  • Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century

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    Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century

    We invite you to attend our online meeting, “Europe’s suburbs or a distinct region: Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century” with four renowned historians on the subject of a new synthesis of economic and social history in our part of the continent.

  • World War II: Witnesses and Memory – Liberators and Liberated

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    World War II: Witnesses and Memory – Liberators and Liberated

    We invite you to a new series of international webinars organized by the Pilecki Institute of Warsaw, Poland and and the National World War II Museum of New Orleans, USA.

  • "Wola 1944. An Unpunished Crime and the Notion of Genocide” | debate

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    "Wola 1944. An Unpunished Crime and the Notion of Genocide” | debate

    The discussion will be held as part of the conference “The New Dawn of Europe after the Great War: The Theory of the State and Genocide in the 20th Century”.

  • The values and moral norms of the societies of occupied Europe – a debate on the book “An Iron Wind: Europe Under Hitler”

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    The values and moral norms of the societies of occupied Europe – a debate on the book “An Iron Wind: Europe Under Hitler”

  • Lemkin und das Zeitalter des Genozids | Vortrag und Diskussion

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    Lemkin und das Zeitalter des Genozids | Vortrag und Diskussion

    Im Rahmenprogramm des Internationalen Karlpreises zu Aachen findet ein Vortrag mit anschließender Diskussion mit besonderen Gästen aus Polen: Prof. Marek Kornat und Eryk Habowski aus dem Pilecki-Institut in Warszawa, statt.

  • Holocaust Angst | a discussion on the book by Jacob S. Eder

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    Holocaust Angst | a discussion on the book by Jacob S. Eder

    The Pilecki Institute’s most recent publication – Jacob S. Eder’s book about the history of the influence the Federal Republic of Germany strove to wield over the structure of the exhibition at the Holocaust Memorial Museum and over American Holocaust Memo

  • An unknown resistance story from Auschwitz | lecture at Humanity House

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    An unknown resistance story from Auschwitz | lecture at Humanity House

    Polish Professor Mared Kornat will give a lecture on the story of Pilecki and confront the audience with the choices people had to make during the horrors of the Second World War.

  • Why Lemkin? | debate

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    Why Lemkin? | debate

    The debate „Why Lemkin” is intended to bring to the attention of wide audiences the significance of the concept of genocide – a new crime under international law.

  • Exercising modernity | open lectures

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    Exercising modernity | open lectures

    We invite you to all open lectures in Bernau bei Berlin as part of the project Ćwiczenie nowoczesności / Exercising modernity / Modernität üben.