Piętno Zagłady: Wojenna i powojenna historia oraz pamięć żydowskich dzieci ocalałych w Polsce by Joanna Beaty Michlic
Prof. Michael Fleming and dr Wojciech Rappak invite on 8th December 2021 at 6.15 PM GMT, as part of the seminar in cycle “Twentieth Century Polish History”, a book launch by Joanna Beata Michlic
In Piętno Zagłady Wojenna i powojenna historia oraz pamięć żydowskich dzieci ocalałych w Polsce, the author Joanna Beata Michlic explores how Polish Jewish children adapted to and remembered wartime traumas, how they dealt with the loss of childhood and with the destruction of their families, their peer groups, and their entire pre-war worlds. She draws a map of a wide range interactions between the children and adults not only during the war, but also in the immediate post-war period – the turbulent, short era during which the children’s future had been shaped. The immediate aftermath did not bring out necessarily a sense of joy and freedom amongst the Jewish child survivors, but, instead, was marked by major complexities and contrasts between the hopes expressed and the actual opportunities open to the child survivors. The children’s lives at that time were filled with a multitude of uncertainties, fears and anxieties, as they were confronted with fundamental existential questions of “Who Am I?”, “Who are my family?” ‘Where do I come from?” “What should I do next?” and “Who should I trust?”
Michlic presents and discusses her book on child Holocaust survivors with Dariusz Stola and Michael Fleming. Meeting is hosted by dr Wojtek Rappak. More details: here | To register, e-mail: email@example.com
Cultures of Dissent in Eastern Europe (1945-1989): Research Approaches in the Digital Humanities
This 7-day seminar in digital humanities research methods is designed to expose a new generation of scholars in Cold War history and culture to methods of analysis and discovery involving computational techniques. Designed and run by NEP4DISSENT (New Exploratory Phase in Research on East European Cultures of Dissent), COST Action 16213, the inspiration for the course is built around the transfer of knowledge from technologists and data scientists to humanists.
International Conference "Convention and Revolution. Life writing by women in the 1800s and 1900s: archives, critiques and methods"
Organizers: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Digital Humanities Laboratory of the University of Warsaw, Institute of Slavic Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences
The Visual Management of Mobility - International scientific conference
The ways in which people engage with their environment and with each other have changed as a result of transformations in communication, mobility and ways to access information.
Traumatic Modernities: From Comparative Literature to Medical Humanities / International Conference and Seminars