A Jew as a stranger, a thing about Jewish incompatibility

Sławomir Grabias

A third-year undergraduate Sociology student of KUL, holder of Interdepartmental Individual Studies in the Humanities (University of Warsaw) of The “Artes Liberales” Academy scholarship, former participant of the Student Exchange Programme MOST at the Jagiellonian University (two semesters in the academic year 2009/2010), volunteer for The International Center for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust in the Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oświęcim, The Museum of the History of Polish Jews and The "Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre” Centre in Lublin.


Teren nieistniejącego (The Site of the Defunct )

Anna Dobranowska-Filipczuk

The graduate of the Jagiellonian University, Institute of Sociology. In 2007, awarded the British Chevening Scholarship. The co-organizer of 1st Summer School “Teaching about Holocaust”. The Beskidy Mountains guide and a member of Studenckie Koło Przewodników Górskich (student association of mountain guides) in Kraków. Currently working at the Dział Programów Badawczych UJ (her alma mater's department of research programs) and as a volunteer at the library of Regionalna Pracownia Krajoznawcza (a regional tourist lab) in Kraków.



Remembrance – Awareness – Responsibility


Publisher: International Center for Education about Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust (ICEAH) at the National Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau, Oświęcim 2008

Polish-English version

Editors: Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, Krystyna Oleksy

Editor of English language version: Michael Jacobs

403 pages, 24 x 17 cm

ISBN: 978-83-60210-64-2



Internet Guide to Tolerance Education

An Internet Guide entitled “Tolerance Education” was created in cooperation with OSCE, within the framework of the activity of CHS JU. This contains descriptions of over 300 institutions dealing with the problems of: tolerance education, freedom of religion and faith, human rights, minorities, intercultural education, citizenship, anti-Semitism, the Holocaust, racism, interfaith dialogue, conflict, humanitarian aid, gender equality and the Sinti and Roma.




Picking and Choosing: Preening the Polish Past

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Magdalena H. Gross, PhD candidate, School of Education, Stanford University.
From Warsaw on 23 July, 2010.

Picking and Choosing: Preening the Polish Past.

Summer is the season of commemoration in Poland. Last month, thousands of grown men clad in heavy armor gathered at the field of Grunwald to reenact the 1410 battle between the knights of Teutonic Order and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. In early August, one may stumble upon WWII-era German tanks in the Warsaw streets. A week-long commemoration of the August 1, 1944 Warsaw Uprising is about to be launched.



The Holocaust: Voices of Scholars

Okładka "The Holocaust: Voices of Scholars"
edited by Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs
Kraków 2009

The Centre for Holocaust Studies at the JagiellonianUniversity
The International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust at Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.



Thinking after Holocaust. Voices from Poland

Dlaczego należy uczyć o Holokauście? "Thinking after Holocaust. Voices from Poland"

Ed. Sebastian Rejak

Warsaw-Cracow 2008

ISBN 978-83-7495-584-3



Why Should we Teach about the Holocaust?

Dlaczego należy uczyć o Holokauście?Why Should we Teach about the Holocaust?”

Eds. J. Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, Leszek Hońdo

Krakow, 2005, second edition (extended)

Centre for Holocaust Studies, Jagiellonian University

ISBN 83-7188-619-5



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