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Free online course: European Culture and Politics

The refugee crisis, the economic crisis, the Greek crisis, the Schengen crisis, the Ukraine crisis, the Brexit crisis, the identity crisis … Europe seems to be in trouble and on the verge of disintegration. But what is “Europe” exactly? And why does it seem to be in a constant state of crisis?   European Culture … Continue reading

13th edition of English language summer school in Colca Valley, Peru

DO YOU ENJOY TRAVELLING AND ADVENTURE? ARE YOU PROFICIENT IN ENGLISH? HOW ABOUT TEACHING ENGLISH? WOULD YOU LIKE TO VISIT AN AMAZING ANDEAN REGION WITH PRE-INCAN ROOTS IN PERU? The “Eng. Ernest Malinowski” Polish – American Educational Foundation, Inc. invites you to participate in the 13th edition of the Colca English Language Summer School from 21.06 to 22.07.2016. For … Continue reading

JOTFORM is just amazing!

I have been using JOTFORM in multiple websites and all my clients and myself have been satisfied with the online service this product provides. I will always recommend it and will continue to use it in several of my own projects. The fact that integrations with other online tools is available, makes my work easier … Continue reading

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Self-determination Processes: Threat or Opportunity for the EU

Self-determination Processes: Challenge or Opportunity for the EU? Thursday, 10 December 2015 | Auditorium Maximum, Conference Room ul. Krupnicza 33. Jagiellonian University in Krakow PROGRAMME print PDF ONLINE REGISTRATION 9:00 Welcome  Zdzisław Mach, Vice-Rector’s Proxy for Internationalisation, Full Professor of Sociology, Director of Studies at the Centre for European Studies, Jagiellonian University in Krakow Albert Royo, … Continue reading

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ROMEK MARBER. Graphics – exhibition opening

ROMEK MARBER. Graphics – exhibition opening 18.11.2015, 18:00 | Galicia Jewish Museum An exhibition of graphic works by Romek Marber, a distinguished Polish-Jewish artist who has been living and working in Great Britain since 1946. Romek Marber was born in 1925 in Turek, Poland. After the outbreak of the Second World War he was deported … Continue reading

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CES-Euroculture OPEN LECTURE: Does the freedom of expression include the right to insult? Wednesday, Oct.21 | 17-18:30, Auditorium Maximum, conference roomAs part of the Open Lecture series the Centre for European Studies and the Euroculture programme are proud to host Constantijn BAKKER, who will address this controversial and essential topic. Don’t miss it! Constantijn BAKKER was born in Arnhem (Holland) in … Continue reading

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ONLINE OPEN RESOURCES | An Introduction to Central and Eastern Europe

Check out the Jagiellonian University’s online course focused on Central and Eastern Europe. Here you will find 10 lectures given by a range of our top academic instructors, dedicated to diverse topics which are organized into three thematic categories: CEE in Context: Identity, History, CEE in the World, CEE: Politics and Economy, CEE: Culture, Heritage … Continue reading

Research Grants at the Foundation for Peace Sciences

The Foundation for Peace Sciences (Stichting Vredeswetenschappen) is offering two research grants for graduates with a Masters degree to develop a PhD proposal. The International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam will offer feedback during the process of proposal development. Proposal development will have to take place between 1 November 2015 and … Continue reading

Erasmus+ Master Loans

Erasmus+ Master Loans NOW YOU CAN APPLY FOR A LOAN TO SUPPORT YOUR STUDIES. MA IN EUROCULTURE IN KRAKOW The Student Loan Guarantee Facility will begin operation in mid-2015, with a gradual roll-out across the Erasmus+ programme countries. Students should apply directly to participating banks or student loan agencies, a list of which will be … Continue reading

Why do Pogroms Occur in Some Localities and not Others? | Prof. Wittenberg

Why do pogroms occur in some localities and not others? We investigate this question through a focus on a wave of pogroms in Poland’s eastern borderlands in summer, 1941. We find that some common explanations for why certain places got targeted– the presence of non-Jewish nationalist sympathies or Jewish communist sympathies– explain the pattern of … Continue reading

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Krakow Post issue #116

Krakow Post issue #116 The new issue of the Krakow Post is out. Check it out! You can download it in your iPhone, iPad or iTunes.

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