11.02.2021 History

What’s New, What’s Next? Book Talks by Prof. Antony Polonsky

Meeting from the series What's New, What's Next? Book Talks by Prof. Antony Polonsky will discuss the history of the Jewish community in Poland and it`s the research

Another meeting from the series What’s New, What’s Next? Book Talks by Prof. Antony Polonsky will be held on February 11th. 

The series which is led by the Polin Museum in Warsaw is discussing the history of the Jewish community in Poland, the research and the ways to teach it`s roots. 

The meeting will be hosted by the chief historian of the Global Education Outreach Programme of Polin Museum, Prof. Antony Polonsky. 

The conversations bring together renowned international scholars to discuss the new books on the history of the Polish Jews.
 
The monthly meetings will be leading to an academic conference What’s New, What’s Next? Innovative Methods, New Sources, and Paradigm Shifts in Jewish Studies in the Autumn of 2021.

For the event on POLIN Museum`s Facebook page.  

Zoom platform.
Discussion in English.
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