Workshop on historical and commemorative policies in cooperation with Warsaw Museums

On 24 October 2020, the European Civilization Chair, in cooperation with Warsaw Museums, organized a workshop for Natolin students at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the Warsaw Uprising Museum.

Upon a special invitation by the Chair, Professor Dariusz STOLA joined the visit and presented the origins of the POLIN Museum and engaged in a lively debate with Natolin students. The discussion was truly interesting and the students expressed their great satisfaction with the Workshop on historical and commemorative policies built upon the example of these Warsaw Museums.

Photo by Magda Starowieyska/Muzeum POLIN
Photo by Michał Szlaga / Warsaw Rising Museum

The Warsaw Uprising Museum was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in Warsaw. The Museum is a tribute of Warsaw’s residents to those who fought and died for an independent Poland and its free capital. Learn more by visiting the website of the Museum:

The POLIN Museum is a modern institution of culture. It is a historical museum which presents the 1000 years of Jewish life in the Polish lands. It is also a place of meeting and dialogue among those who wish to explore the past and present Jewish culture, those eager to draw conclusions for the future from Polish-Jewish history, and finally those who are ready to face the stereotypes and oppose xenophobia that threaten today’s societies. Learn more by visiting the website of the Museum: