Events

13May2021

Invitation to a lecture - 18 May 2021

AIPA is inviting to an on-line presentation by Prof. Jan Pakulski, titled: “Elite divisions and populist politics in Poland - their causes and consequences”. Tuesday 18 May 2021, at 7.00pm AEST (40min + questions) Please, feel free to join us on this zoom link: https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/85182500206?pwd=d3I1dm9ycVd2Wk12REJQekV1SVNWZz09 Password: 433971
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29Mar2021

Presentation by Prof. Barbara Engelking

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) held an on-line event with Professor Barbara Engelking from the Centre for Holocaust Research at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Bio: Professor Barbara Engelking is the author of many books related to the issues of the Holocaust. Her research focuses on […]
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29Dec2020

Elite schools in Poland - AIPA seminar

Dr Alexandra Dunwill presented the findings from her PhD thesis on elite schools in Poland. Poland's elite school options have expanded during its post-communist transformation. It is a relatively new phenomenon in the post-communist space, and research in this area is limited. New elite schools emerge and adjust to changing global and national circumstances, embracing […]
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16Oct2020

Counter-Elites and Populism in Poland, a lecture by Dr. Stanley Bill

Dear AIPA supporters, The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) is pleased to invite to a lecture titled: Counter-Elites and Populism in Poland, by Dr Stanley Bill, the Director of Polish Studies Programme at the University of Cambridge. Thursday, 22 October at 7.15pm On-line (the zoom link will be sent before the lecture) Register at Eventbrite. This […]
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20Mar2020

Symposium postponed

Dear AIPA supporters, We are sad to announce that our Symposium to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Solidarity Migration wave from Poland has been postponed until further notice due to the Coronavirus crisis. Please watch this space for any upcoming updates.
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