Conferences

The Department of Jewish Studies organizes academic conferences on a regular basis:

  • 2017 Yiddish Egodocuments as a Source for Interdisciplinary Research on Socio-Historical, Cultural and Literary Issues
  • 2016 The Cultural Heritage of the Diaspora. Yiddish and Judeo-Spanish: Contrast, Comparison, Contact
  • 2015 Jewish Book Culture in East-Central Europe in the XIX i XX Centuries
  • 2014 Czech-Jewish and Polish-Jewish Studies: (Dis)Similarities
  • 2014 Graduate Student Workshop on the History and Culture of Polish Jews
  • 2013 Profesor Jerzy Woronczak (1923-2003). Works, Inspirations, Continuity
  • 2012 Jews in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815-1914
  • 2011 The Mikvah – Space, Function, Rules and Motifs
  • 2010 Religion and Beyond: Jewish Religious Life in Breslau/Wrocław
  • 2009 Converts and Jews
  • 2008 Modern Jewish Culture: Diversities and Unities
  • 2007 Women in Yiddish Culture
  • 2006 Haskalah in Transition. Time, Place and People in the Jewish Enlightenment
  • 2005 Jews in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
  • 2004 Hasidism in Poland: A New Perspective
  • 2000 The Jews of Silesia
  • 1998 Biblical Inspirations