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

iNTERSTUDENT – Best International Student Cadidate in Poland

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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.

Euroculture Krakow | NEW WEBSITE

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Conrad Festival at Massolit Books & Cafe

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 Event Europe in Translation – The Schwob/Finnegan’s List Project Place Massolit Books & Café Time 17:00, October 21 Description Europe in Translation – The Schwob/Finnegan’s List ProjectTranslating Europe – The Schwob/Finnegan’s List Project Guests: Gabriela Adameşteanu, György Dragoman, Dimitri Verhulst  Meeting will be modereted by: Tomasz Pindel Every year, the European Society of Authorspublishes a list … Continue reading

Conrad Festival (Krakow 20-26 Oct.)

The Conrad Festival is a large-scale project by the City of Krakow, “Tygodnik Powszechny” foundation, Krakow Festival Office and a number of institutions and supporters. Why Joseph Conrad? The Conrad Festival is not devoted to the creative works of Joseph Conrad! The author of Heart of Darkness lends his name as patron of the World Literature Feast. … Continue reading

unsound festival (Krakow 12-19 Oct.)

The theme for Unsound 2014 is The Dream. On the one hand, this theme explores music that is surreal, dream-like and tranceinducing – be it through drone, rhythm or the juxtaposition of unexpected elements. But there is also a wider cultural context. The Dream is a symptom of a world where self-expression and experience are … Continue reading

STUDY IN KRAKOW, LIVE IN POLAND & DISCOVER EUROPE | APPLY NOW!

STUDY IN KRAKOW, LIVE IN POLAND & DISCOVER EUROPE APPLY NOW! THE 2016-18 INTAKE IS NOW OPEN! APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS  CONSORTIUM ONLINE APPLICATION TOOL 

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Ed Vulliamy in Cracow

up to 19 SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE for the 2014/15 academic year!!

  APPLY NOW!   Write to us at: visegrad@uj.edu.pl Deadline for Applications June 24     The best candidates accepted to the programme are offered prestigious scholarships for the period of study abroad. Scholarships will be available for the Visegrad Group and EU Eastern Partnership nationals: READ MORE

Krakow Post – March edition – View it in iTunes now!!

KRAKOW POST – March 2014  

Meeting with the Ambassador of Turkey to Poland. Acknowledgements.

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TEDxKraków@Students | October 25

This year, for the first time in the history of TEDxKraków we will be holding an accompanying event aimed at students called TEDxKraków@Students, organized by All In UJ and supported by Aon Hewitt. This year’s conference centers on the word Make!, so we’ll be presenting students that are also makers. All In UJ’s Viewing Party will consist … Continue reading

World Press Photo 2013: tragic stories & cute animals?

Once again World Press Photo has visited Krakow at Bunkier Sztuki. This year’s edition is not without a controversy surrounding the 1st prize winner and putting into question the professionalism of the contestants and aim of the whole competition. After perusing the images and walking out of the exhibition a friend asked me how was … Continue reading