Newsletter May 2019

Newsletter in English May 2019  La version française se trouve ici Dariusz Stola has won the contest for Director of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews We are absolutely delighted that Professor Dariusz Stola has been elected as the Director of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. “In accordance with the…

Polish-Israeli Youth Exchange 2019

Below, you will find the first announcement of the call for participations for the latest edition of the Polish-Israeli Youth Exchange (PIYE) See the full information about the 2018 edition by clicking here. PIYE Polish-Israeli Youth Exchange-PIYE 2019 Polish-Israeli Youth Exchange (PIYE) is the oldest program of the POLIN Museum and the Jewish Historical Institute…

Newsletter March 2019

NEWSLETTER March 2019  La version française se trouve ici Dear Friends of the POLIN Museum, This newsletter includes: International political meeting that took place at the POLIN Museum (with Mike Pence and Benjamin Netanyahu) Information regarding political tensions surrounding the POLIN Museum in Warsaw Agreement between Jewish Historical Institute/POLIN and Mémorial de la Shoah Pictures from our London observance of the International Holocaust…

Dariusz Stola, Head of the POLIN Museum, in the midst of a political storm

Updates (last: October 2019) Oct. 3, 2019: a paper in Haaretz, Emilie van Outeren, updates the Israeli audience about recent developments of POLIN’s situation (Is the Polish Government Holding a Jewish Museum Hostage for Being ‘Disobedient’?) Sept 23, 2019: a paper in New Yorker reminds the details of the incomprehensible situation of Prof. Stola. Since…

Sold out: Who Will Write Our History? @ JW3 – London

Who Will Write Our History? – screening in London International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27, 2019 The event is now sold out  – thanks so much for your interest! We are delighted to invite you for the first screening in London of a para-documentary movie by Roberta Grossman about the Oneg Shabbos Archives collected in…

Newsletter January 2019

NEWSLETTER January 2019  La version française se trouve ici The European Association of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews – AEMJP We wish you a wonderful 2019! Dear Friends of the POLIN Museum, We hope you will join us in our upcoming activities – and we are happy to share with you pictures…

Who will write our History? Ringelblum Archives Symposium (Dec. 27, 2018)

Click here to see the pictures of the event cliquez ici pour voir les photos de l’événement Who will write our History? Ringelblum Archives Symposium Tel Aviv University, December 27, 2018 In November 1940, days after the Nazis sealed 450,000 Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, a secret band of journalists, scholars and community leaders decided…

Newsletter Autumn 2018

NEWSLETTER Autumn 2018  La version française se trouve ici European Association of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN Closing of the exhibition on March 68, sponsored by the AEMJP, at the POLIN Museum Reminder: all the events organized by the AEMJP to accompany the exhibition Polish Politics News from the POLIN Museum In…

Newsletter Summer 2018

NEWSLETTER Summer 2018  La version française se trouve ici The European Association of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews The extraordinary Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow, Poland Three recent conferences organized by the AEMJP News from the POLIN Museum A view on political situation in Poland Memory: project of a new Jewish museum in Lithuania and in Memoriam The Jewish Culture Festival…

“Holocaust law” amended

La loi sur la responsabilité des Polonais dans la Shoah modifiée en urgence Dans la matinée du 27 juin 2018, le Premier ministre polonais Mateusz Morawiecki a demandé de compléter l’ordre du jour de la Diète par un amendement à la loi sur l’Institut de la mémoire nationale, en d’autres mots: la loi controversée sur…

Dariusz Stola @ Gazeta Wyborcza

  Le directeur du musée POLIN Dariusz Stola a été élu « Personnalité de l’année 2017 » dans le domaine de la culture par les lecteurs du journal d’opinion le plus lu en Pologne, « Gazeta Wyborcza ». La décision a été motivée, selon le journal, par son choix d’expositions et d’autres actions du Musée relatives à l’histoire…