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June 16, 2021


INVITATIONS

  • 17 June 2021 (Thursday), 11:00 / lecture by Prof. Adam Ziolkowski / “Early Rome between written sources and archaeology: ideal meeting place or battlefield?” / stationary in the Działyński Palace in Poznań, Stary Rynek 78/79 or online


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • We are providing information regarding the place of burial of Prof. Henryk Samsonowicz. The professor was buried in the family grave in the Alley of the Deserved at the Powązki Cemetery in Warsaw, Powązkowska 14 (section Alley of the Deserved, row 1, place 103,104,105).

 

  • The WH Social History Group invites everyone preparing doctoral dissertations, postdoctoral theses and grant projects related to the subject of social history in its broadest sense to submit proposals for papers to be presented at the planned 23 September 2021 Professor Anna Żarnowska Seminar, entitled “The City and the Urbanism in 19th and 20th Century – Socio-Cultural Aspects”. Applications will be accepted until June 30, 2021 by email to: janiak-jasinska@uw.edu.pl / application form

 


PUBLICATIONS

  • Paweł Nowakowski, Ph.D. Dagmara Wielgosz-Rondolino, Ph.D., “Inskrypcje naskalne, graffiti i krzyże z kamieniołomu GO3C w Göktepe, okręg Muğla (Turcja)”, Studia Anatolijskie 71 (2021), 1-36 / link
  • Aleksei Rogozin, M.A., “Tradycja powstań narodowych i oręża polskiego (1794–1864) w polityce pamięci Drugiej Rzeczypospolitej”, The University of Warsaw Publishers, June 11, 2021 / link


IN THE MEDIA (polish)

  • dr hab. Grzegorz Myśliwski, Ze zdaniem prof. Henryka Samsonowicza liczyli się wszyscy / Dzieje.pl, 10 czerwca 2021 / link
  • prof. Tomasz Schramm, Profesor Henryk Samsonowicz – uczony, Polak i Europejczyk / „Więź”, 11 czerwca 2021 / link
  • dr hab. prof. ucz. Marcin Zaremba w rozmowie z prof. Andrzejem Paczkowskim i prof. Pawłem Machcewiczem o powojennych rozliczeniach ze zbrodniami „Zemsta na wroga” / „Polityka” nr 24 / link

 


 

June 9, 2021

Summary information about the funeral of Prof. Henryk Samsonowicz

 

  • OFFICIAL FUNERAL PART will begin tomorrow, June 10, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. with the farewell in the Funeral Home at Powązki Military Park

 

  • PRIVATE FUNERAL PART will begin at 1:00 p.m. with a Funeral Mass at St. Karol Boromeusz Church, Old Powazki, followed by removal to the family grave in the Alley of the Deserved

 

  • TRANSPORTATION – transportation to the funeral ceremony (and back to the UW) is available. The coaches will leave from the courtyard in front of the former Library. Those wishing to use the bus are asked to send an application to: polak@uw.edu.pl

 

  • THE BOOK OF CONDOLENCES is on display in the Gold Room of the Kazimierzowski Palace on June 8 and 9 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on June 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Condolences may also be submitted electronically at: http://kondolencje.uw.edu.pl

 

  • DEAN’S HOURS – On the day of the funeral, the Associate Dean for Student Affairs has scheduled Dean’s Hours in the History Department between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

 


INVITATIONS

  • 9-12 June 2021 / XI Warsaw Archival Picnic in Staszic Palace / online and stationary / invites the Polish Academy of Sciences Archive in Warsaw / link

 

  • 10-11 June 2021 / Knotty problems of archival science. Archival networks. Archival discoveries at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries. / details

 

  • June 11, 2021 / public lectures of candidates for the position of assistant professor with specialization in medieval history / details

 

  • 17-19 June 2021 / IV All-Poland Scientific Conference of the Historians of the 19th Century Iconosphere in the 19th Century: source and methodological challenges in the workshop of a historian of the 19th century (until 1918) / For access to the proceedings please write to: konferencjaxixwiek.ih@gmail.com / conference program


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • The University Library of Warsaw invites to the training on citation issues:
    • Scientometric indicators – a short guide / 21 June 2021, 3 p.m., 90 min / link
    • Citation hit. How to increase the number of citations of scientific papers in 4 steps / June 29, 3 p.m., 60 min. / link

 

  • The Faculty of Historical Sciences and the Institute of History and Archival Studies at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in the scientific conference organised under the auspices of the Head Director of the State Archives on ‘The Archival Stamp Collection. Collection characteristics, processing methods, conservation”. The conference will take place online on 25-26 October 2021, but applications are accepted until 15 June 2021 / link

 


PUBLICATIONS

  • Ryszard Kulesza / “Athens-Sparta 431-404 BC”, Dressler Dublin Publishing Sp. z o.o. / reissue of the book from the “Historic Battles” series by Bellona (1997), Warsaw 2001, limited series ISBN 978-83-11-16284-6


IN THE MEDIA

June 2, 2021


INVITATIONS

  • June 7, 2021 at 6:30 p.m./meeting of the Gender History Seminar, “A Vision of Women’s Work. History of the ideas of the women’s movement at the turn of the 20th century”. Paper: Sylwia Borowska, commentary by Agnieszka Janiak-Jasińska, PhD / link to the meeting / more
  • June 17, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. Warsaw time (4:00 p.m. Kyiv time) / seminar “Cities of Central and Eastern Europe in the 14th-17th centuries” / paper “Considerations on the social functions of the neighborhood in the medieval city” by Prof. Mateusz Golinski (Wroclaw University, Historical Institute) / details / link to the meeting


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Prof. Henryk Samsonowicz passed away on May 28, 2021.
    The funeral of the Professor will be held in the Church of St. Karol Boromeusz in Old Powązki on 10 June 2021 at 13:00.
    On the day of the funeral, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., the Vice Dean for Student Affairs has announced dean’s hours.

 

  • Please be advised that the History Department Library will open to the public on June 1.
    Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 9.00 – 17.45 (warehouse orders are processed until 17.00) / more

 

  • The Scientific Council of the History discipline announces the public defense of the doctoral dissertation of Sebastian Patrick Rajewicz, MA. The defense will take place on June 7, 2021 at 2:00 pm online. Dissertation title: “Scholes in Sparta of the Classical Era” / more

 

  • The National Center for Science invites to the competition MINIATURA 5. The competition is open to scientists with at least one published work or at least one artistic or artistic-scientific achievement, who received their doctoral degree not earlier than 1st of January 2009. Within the competition it is possible to apply for funds for the implementation of a single scientific activity in one of the following forms: preliminary or pilot research, a search, an internship, a research trip or a consultancy trip. The competition is open to grants ranging from PLN 5,000 to 50,000 for the implementation of a scientific activity lasting up to 12 months. Applications should be submitted by September 30 of this year via the ZSUN/OSF system / contest information / ZSUN/OSF system

 

  • On behalf of the Discovery Group, the company wellwell.tv is preparing a TV project devoted to life and social rules prevailing 200 years ago. The film is to be targeted at young people who will learn about the life of their peers 200 years ago. The content consultants will play an important role in the creation of the program. Therefore, the producers would like to invite to cooperation, for a fee, people who have historical knowledge about the realities of life of the Polish aristocratic court in the nineteenth century, about court etiquette, ceremonial, culture, but also about the entertainments that made the court life of that period more pleasant. If any of you would like to get involved – please send an e-mail to: promocja.wh@uw.edu.pl


IN THE MEDIA

  • prof. Michał Leśniewski / Boer Warfare / broadcast in TOK FM Radio / link
  • prof. Michał Leśniewski / Known Unknown – Great Poles / documentary 2021, emission on TVP Polonia / information
  • prof. Michał Leśniewski, Błażej Hrapkowicz talks to Michał Leśniewski about the film “Reconciliation” / link (paid access)

 


 

May 26, 2021


INVITATIONS

 

  • 26 May 2021, 16:30 / presentation by Anna Michałowska-Mycielska, PhD, from the Anielewicz Center, entitled “Editing of manuscript books of Jewish communities (pinkas) in the former Polish Republic” / link to the meeting

 

  • 27-29 May 2021 online / international scientific conference “Border fears in the Baltic, 1918-1991” / link

 

  • 10 June 2021, 4:00 pm / Prof. Mateusz Goliński (Wroclaw University, Historical Institute) speaks on “Social functions of the neighborhood”. “Reflections on the social functions of the neighborhood in the medieval city” / link to meeting

 

  • 10-11 June 2021 online / conference “Major problems of archival science. Archival networks. Archival discoveries of the turn of the XX-XXI centuries” / link


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Applications for the 3rd edition of CRAC Small Grants, aimed at supporting scientific activity of persons engaged in research on antiquity and dissemination of the results of this research, may be submitted until June 15 / link

 

  • We invite you to participate in training courses for academic teachers. The offer includes, among others, “Remote written and oral examinations – preparation for a session”, “Using one’s character strengths in the teaching work”, “Vocal expression”, English for Presenting and Debating, “With Excel through research – basic level” / link

 

  • On behalf of the Warsaw University Library, we encourage you to try (testing period until June 9) a tool that makes writing scientific texts in English easier. Writefull improves grammar, punctuation, spelling and style of scientific texts, suggests corrections in sentence structure, suggests vocabulary characteristic for a given discipline and detects places in the text where citations are missing / link

 

  • We invite you to submit your own publications for the International Rotamaster Witold Pilecki Award competition. The prize will be awarded in the following categories: 1) Academic historical book – the best monograph or synthesis on the Polish experience of confrontation with two totalitarianisms in the twentieth century, 2) Historical reportage – a story about the Polish experience of confrontation with two totalitarianisms in the twentieth century (also included are biographies, collections of accounts, memoirs or correspondence by witnesses of history), 3) Special prize for war correspondents. The competition is open to books published in 2020 (in Polish or English). Each category will be awarded a prize of PLN 75,000 and a commemorative statuette. The deadline for submissions is June 13, 2021 / link

 


PUBLICATIONS

  • Bartłomiej Bednarek, The Myth of Lycurgus in Aeschylus, Naevius, and beyond, Brill, Mnemosyne Supplements 441, Leiden-Boston 2021, pp. 249

 

  • Bartłomiej Bednarek, “Andersen’s code: Aristophanic obscenity in Thumbelina”. Classica et Mediaevalia. Danish Journal of Philology and History 69 (2021): 149-155

 

  • Patrycja Czarnecka, Wojciech Milej, Agata Niedzielska (red. nauk.) Obyczaje i życie codzienne na przestrzeni dziejów – studia przypadków. Wydawnictwa UW 2021

 


IN THE MEDIA

  • Alexander Sarantis / „If you could meet and interview one person from Byzantine history, who would it be and why?” / podcast Byzantium & Friends / link

 

  • Alexander Sarantis / Raiders, marauders, ravagers, and pirates: their impact on Byzantine life / podcast Byzantium & Friends / link

May 19, 2021


INVITATIONS

  • May 20, 2021, 5:00 pm / The Department of Sociology invites you to a seminar at which Stanisław Witecki (IH UJ) will deliver a lecture entitled ‘Catholic clergy in the First Republic – problems and methods of research’. Introductory speaker: Marta Bucholc (WS UW) / details

 

  • May 21, 2021, 12:00 pm / The Institute of Social Studies, University of Warsaw, invites you to a discussion with the participation of Prof. Mirosław Kofta and Prof. Wiesław Baruła, entitled “The Conspiracy Theory of the Round Table”. “Conspiracy theory of the Round Table ’89 and contemporary political divisions in Poland” / link to meeting, abstract of speech (pl) (Zoom, Meeting ID: 820 7467 8603, Passcode: 21ybQc)


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Announcement of the ‘New Ideas’ competition in Priority Research Area IV. Research or research and teaching staff holding at least a doctoral degree and included in the N number may apply for support in the amount of PLN 30 000 to PLN 100 000. An applicant may also be a team of employees, the manager of which has at least a doctoral degree and is counted among the N number. The call for projects falling within the themes of POB IV runs from 18.05 to 17.06.2021. Project duration: until 28 February 2023. Electronic submission of applications / more information

 

  • August Grabski, PhD, has been awarded a teaching grant within the 4EUplus alliance. Out of 47 submitted applications in the second edition of the 4EU+ competition, the Managing Committee decided to finance 30 projects. Among those awarded was Professor Grabski’s project “Jewish Identities in Changing Europe: Challenges, Problems and the Burden of the Past” / link

 

  • The editors of the journal Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Skłodowska, sectio F “Historia” invite you to publish your articles. The journal is an indexed, peer-reviewed, academic yearbook whose articles are available on an open-access basis. The journal aims to solicit high quality, previously unpublished articles, review articles, reviews, and materials in the field of history. The preferred languages of publication are Polish and English. Texts written in congressional languages are also accepted. The journal currently has 70 points on the ministerial list of journals / more


NOMINATIONS, HONOURS

  • Piotr M. Majewski has been honoured by the Czech Academy of Sciences with the highest Czech scientific award, the František Palacký Medal, for services to historical research. Congratulations!

 

  • Łukasz Niesiołowski-Spanò, Ph.D., has been elected to the Board of Directors of the International Cooperation Initiative at The Society of Biblical Literature. Mr Dean has been elected for a second term. Congratulations!

 

  • Grażyna Szelągowska was elected a member of the Scientific Society of Warsaw (TNW). The Society consists of  scholars from the Warsaw scientific community. Congratulations!

May 12, 2021


INVITATIONS

  • May 10-16, 2021 / International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo / sessions under the CRAC UW grant project / paid participation / program / details
  • May 12, 2021, 4:00 pm / lecture by Tadeusz Rutkowski, Ph.D., “Pańska, szlachecka, faszystowska. Poland in Soviet propaganda, culture and historiography 1917-1945” / link to the meeting, more
  • May 13, 2021, 12:00 pm / online paper by Anna Szczepańska titled. “Solidarity, a French perspective, forty years later” / recorded meeting, link to recording
  • May 13, 2021, 7:00 p.m. / “Scholarships for research on the Napoleonic era – a workshop on funding doctoral studies/research in France” / link
  • May 14-15, 2021 / “Remembering the Napoleonic Era Past and Present. A scientific conference on the bicentenary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte (1821-2021)” / details / link to registration


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Among the nominees for the POLITYKA History Awards in the categories: memoirs, sources and debuts were several people connected with our Faculty: Marek Barański, Anna Dobrowolska and our graduates and former students: Andrzej Friszke, Jan Grabowski, Maciej Łubieński, Anna Smółka, Joanna Wawrzyniak, Zofia Zakrzewska. Congratulations! / link
  • Ordinance of the Rector of the University of Warsaw simplifying the employment procedure for the position of University Professor / link to detailed criteria (tab „Konkursy/ awanse/ przeniesienia” – > „Kryteria dotyczące zatrudnienia na stanowisku profesora uczelni” – only in polish)
  • In the 13th edition of the “Patriotism of Tomorrow” competition a grant was awarded to the project entitled “Warsaw Historians in the 20th Century”, submitted by the Friends of the Warsaw Historical Institute Scientific Foundation “Klio”. In the 13th edition of the “Patriotism of Tomorrow” competition a subsidy was awarded to the project “Historians in Warsaw in the 20th Century. Between science and public service. A digital archive of the Warsaw University History Department”. The granted grant amounts to 56 000 PLN / link
  • Piotr Węcowski, PhD, was elected a Corresponding Fellow of the Centre for Medieval Studies in Prague / link
  • The Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw invites you to submit your biographies and articles for the volume “Women and Youth” as part of the project “Bound by History. Polish-Jewish relations in Polish lands” / details



PUBLICATIONS

  • Michał Leśniewski, “The Zulu-Boer War 1837-1840” / link


IN THE MEDIA

  • dr hab., prof. ucz. Robert Wiśniewski / “Celibacy, strange hairstyles, hierarchy – the rise and professionalization of the clergy” / Radio Science / link
  • dr Piotr Okniński / Review of the book by Adam Leszczyński titled “People’s History of Poland”. “People’s history of Poland” / link
  • dr Jacek Kordel / Polish Radio Pr. I
    • “Genesis of liberum veto and history of its application” / link
    • “What did King Stanislaw August stock up on? History of a unique store” / link
    • “Positively accepted by Old Polish society” / link
  • dr hab. Błażej Brzostek / podcast series “Is Warsaw…” / link
  • dr hab. Łukasz Niesiołowski-Spanò / conversation in “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” / link (paid access)

May 6, 2021


ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 5, 2021


INVITATIONS

  • (Reminder) May 6, 2021 6:00 pm / The first meeting of our faculty’s “Historians on Books” series. We will talk about the book entitled. “Humanities at the University of Warsaw. The first century 1816-1915”. The discussion will be led by: Prof. Joanna Schiller-Walicka IHN PAN (author of the book), Prof. Jolanta Sikorska-Kulesza, Prof. Mirosław Filipowicz. The meeting will be hosted by: Artur Markowski, PhD / link to the meeting
  • May 17, 2021, 6:30 pm, the 9th Gender History Seminar “What do we know about wartime families? A critical diagnosis of the state of knowledge and research proposals”. The paper will be given by Barbara Klich-Kluczewska, PhD / link to the meeting (ZOOM, Meeting ID: 862 3777 0537 Passcode: 030517)
  • 27-28 May 2021. IX National Student-Doctoral Conference of Modern Historians “Studies on the Society of Modern Europe” / details


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • On May 8, 2021, at 12:00, there will be an online meeting dedicated to the study of Judaic Studies (master degree). Please pass this information on to all those who might be interested in studying this subject / link to the meeting
  • The National Center for Science invites you to submit proposals in the Opus21 and Prelude20 competitions. Applications can be submitted until June 15 this year at 16:00 (UW until June 7) / details
  • The Open University of the UW begins accepting course applications for the first trimester of the 2021/2022 academic year. Applications will be accepted until June 1, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. / details / submissions
  • The textbook “Europe. Our History” (“Europa. Unsere Geschichte”) nominated for the prestigious Textbook of the Year 2020 award in Germany. The publication is a collective work, but Prof. Grażyna Szelągowska and Prof. Piotr Szlanta contributed to its creation. Congratulations! / details
  • We encourage you to participate in the University Publications Support Program. Its aim is to subsidize scientific publications that may contribute to improving the UW parametric score in the upcoming evaluation / details
  • The Janusz Kurtyka Foundation has extended the deadline for applications for the 5th edition of the Janusz Kurtyka Award. Research papers in the humanities, social sciences or legal sciences whose subject matter corresponds to the theme of “The Hitler-Stalin Pact. Genesis and consequences of the German-Soviet alliance” may be submitted until May 10, 2021 / details


IN THE MEDIA

  • Łukasz Niesiołowski-Spanò, PhD, “Autonomy of universities and science without political and business influence is in everyone’s interest” / Dziennik Gazeta Prawna of 30 April 2021 / link to the article (Polish, paid access)
  • – Prof. Grażyna Szelągowska, “Margaret I (1353-1412) Queen of Denmark, Norway and Sweden” / Polityka’s Historical Aide of 23 February 2021 / link to article (Polish, paid access)
  • – Prof. Grażyna Szelągowska, Prof. Krystyna Szelągowska, “The New Scandinavian Order” / Polity’s Historical Aide of June 2, 2020. / link to article (Polish, paid access)

April 28, 2021

We encourage you to send us (at promocja.wh@uw.edu.pl) latest news about events, publications, achievements and any other information that could be included in the next edition of the service.


INVITATIONS

  • April 29, 2021, 1:25 p.m. / webinar organized, among others, by UOTT UW “Legal aspects of sharing research data” and “ABC of intellectual property during studies” / details
  • April 29, 2021, 5:30 p.m. / lecture by Prof. Marek A. Janicki “Who saved for posterity “Cronica conflictus Wladislai Regis Poloniae cum Cruciferis anne Christi 1410″? The mystery of the 1506 Kórnik Library manuscript” as part of the Brygida Kürbis Seminar / link to meeting Meeting ID: 969 4259 2164, Passcode: mwW3eB
  • May 6, 2021, 6:00 p.m. / first meeting in our faculty-organized “Historians on Books” series. We will talk about the book entitled. “Humanities at the University of Warsaw. The first century 1816-1915”. The discussion will be led by: Prof. Joanna Schiller-Walicka IHN PAN (author of the book), Prof. Jolanta Sikorska-Kulesza, Prof. Mirosław Filipowicz. The meeting will be hosted by: Artur Markowski, PhD / meeting on FB profile of the Faculty of History
  • 21-22 May 2021 / 16th Students’ Conference on Antiquity “Ave atque vale. Greetings and partings in antiquity” / details
  • 30 April 2021, 5:00 p.m. / The Modern History Section of the UW Historians’ Student Research Group and the Modern Art Section of the SHS UJ SC invite you to the student-doctoral conference “Art and Court Life in the Modern Era” / link to the meeting
  • We invite you to participate in the fourth edition of the Karol Modzelewski Historical Book of the Year Competition – Award of the Directors of Historical Institutes in Poland / application and rules


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Lemmermann Foundation Fellowship for faculty, doctoral and graduate students conducting research in the humanities. The research topic must relate to Rome and Roman culture of any period. Applications due May 31, 2021 / details
  • We would like to inform you that the second edition of the IDUB competition within the framework of the activity “Promotion of scientific research” has awarded 12 projects out of 40 submitted. One of the winners is the project led by Dr. Julia Doroszewska from our department, entitled “Different ways to the past”. One of the winners is a project led by Julia Doroszewska, PhD, from our department, entitled “Different Ways to the Past”, which promotes groundbreaking, multidisciplinary research on antiquity. Congratulations to all involved in this project! / details
  • We invite you to familiarize yourself with the current offer of trainings and courses for academic teachers under the ZIP and IDUB programs. Topics include “Designing and conducting classes using the workshop method – train-the-trainer training”, “Remote written and oral exams – preparing for sessions” or “What competence model for teachers at the beginning of their academic career?”. The full offer, along with dates and links to registration, is available under the following link
  • The Janusz Kurtyka Foundation invites you to participate in the 5th edition of the Janusz Kurtyka Award Competition. The theme of this year’s edition is: “The Hitler-Stalin Pact. Origin and consequences of the German-Soviet alliance”. The competition consists of a scientific paper in the humanities, social sciences or legal sciences that corresponds to the theme of this year’s edition. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2021 / details


NOMINATIONS

  • April 21, 2021 the Senate of the University of Warsaw has given a positive opinion on the applications for the employment of our employees: Jacek Rzepka, Ph.D., Piotr Ugniewski, Ph.D., Marek Węcowski, Ph.D., Marcin Zaremba, Ph.
  • Four employees of the Faculty of History have been recognized with the Rector’s Award for research and teaching achievements. They are: Konrad Bobiatyński, PhD, Artur Markowski, PhD, Paweł Nowakowski and Monika Polit, PhD. Congratulations!


IN THE MEDIA

  • Jan Błachnio, MA, How often were weapons of mass destruction used during World War I? / podcast Radio TOK FM
  • Marcin Zaremba, PhD, Willa pana sekretarza, “Polityka” No. 17, 21.04-26.04.2021 / link to article (paid access)


OTHER

  • We encourage you to read the guide on preventing sexual harassment at the University / more / guide
  • We would like to inform you that employees and students of the University of Warsaw going abroad, their family members and accompanying persons can join the insurance on preferential terms for the period of the trip / details

April, 21 2021

We encourage you to send us (at promocja.wh@uw.edu.pl) latest news about events, publications, achievements and any other information that could be included in the next edition of the service.


INVITATIONS


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Trainings for researchers and doctoral students organized by the University Library in Warsaw
  • The latest issue of the semi-annual “Clepsydra” magazine
  • April 24, 2021. History Department will participate in the UW Open Day online / Open Day page / Facebook event
  • Information about the creation of the Digital Archive of the Archdiocese of Cracow, where the most valuable archives related to the Archdiocese of Cracow will be available online
  • We invite you to familiarize yourself with the current offer of trainings and courses for academic teachers under the ZIP and IDUB programs. Topics include “Designing and conducting classes using the workshop method – train-the-trainer training”, “Remote written and oral exams – preparing for sessions” or “What competence model for teachers at the beginning of their academic career?”. The full offer, along with dates and links to registration, is available under the following link

 


NOMINATIONS

  • We are pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Michał Leśniewski has been conferred the title of Professor of Humanities by the President of Poland. Congratulations!


PUBLICATIONS


IN THE MEDIA

  • A conversation between Prof. Robert Wisniewski and Dr. Marta Szada about Peter Brown’s book “The Cult of the Saints. Birth and Role in Latin Christianity” Facebook
  • Conversation with Artur Kula, M.A., Ph.D. student in the PR program “Where is Mr. Cogito”, about the abolition of serfdom on the Polish lands under the Russian partition