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In Honor of Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski

New Scholarship on the History and Memory of the Holocaust in Poland

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The new Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity at the Graduate Center—City University of New York launches its public programming with “In Honor of Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski: New Scholarship on the History and Memory of the Holocaust in Poland.” Chaired by Dr. Joanna Sliwa (winner of the Fraenkel Prize, 2020), the program showcases a wave of outstanding young historians: Miranda Brethour, Alicja Podbielska, and Jonathan Zisook. Professors Engelking and Grabowski will offer remarks in response.

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Panelists

Chair and moderator: Dr. Joanna Sliwa, author of Jewish Childhood in Kraków: A Microhistory of the Holocaust, awarded the 2020 Fraenkel Prize

Featuring a new wave of scholars:

Miranda Brethour, “Life and Death in the Shadow of Sobibór: Economic Dimensions of Jewish-Gentile Relations in the Town of Włodawa, 1939-1944”

Alicja Podbielska, “The Righteous or Szmalcowniks?! Narrative of Rescue vs. Holocaust Scholarship”

Jonathan Zisook, “'Polityka Historyczna' and the Instrumentalization of the Holocaust in Contemporary Poland”

Responses by Profs Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski

About the Center

The Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity at the Graduate Center—City University of New York serves as a hub for a vibrant community of scholars from many fields with convergent interests, providing a forum for innovative research, graduate student mentoring, and public programming. Its website has just gone live here. Follow the Center on Twitter to keep posted @cshgcah on news, events and developments.

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