The Rise of Poland

Three segments about Poland on ABC Radio National Saturday Extra presented by the well known journalist Geraldine Doogue. An interview with the Foreign Minister of Poland Radoslaw Sikorski The Rise of Poland An interview with Adriano Bosoni, a Europe Analyst with the geopolitical intelligence firm Stratfor The Economic and Regional Outlook for Poland Guests Beata […]

Professor Norman Davies in Melbourne

Invitation to meetings with distinguished historian and author of many critically acclaimed books, professor Norman Davies. Professor Davies is scheduled to give two public lectures in Melbourne, followed by discussion: Lecture 1 - “East is Beast, West is Best” or “Poland – A Normal Country?” Saturday, 5th April, 4.00pm. Venue: Armagh House, 226 Kooyong Road Toorak. Refreshments will be served. Lecture 2 - “Ukraine between the EU and Russia”. Monday 7th April, 6.00pm Venue: Monash University, Caulfield Campus. European and EU Centre. Building H.

Forthcoming visit of Professor Norman Davies. Save the date.

I am delighted to announce that AIPA’s next guest will be the distinguished historian Professor Norman Davies, author of many critically acclaimed books including God’s Playground. A History of Poland (OUP, 1981), Europe: A History (OUP, 1996), Europe at War 1939-1945: No Simple Victory (Macmillan, 2006), Vanished Kingdoms: The History of Half-Forgotten Europe (Allen Lane, 2011).

Genealogy of Memory, an informal meeting with Dr. Joanna Wawrzyniak

Dear AIPA Members and Friends, The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs invites you to an informal meeting with a distinguished Polish young scholar Dr Joanna Wawrzyniak, that will take place on 26th February at 6.00 pm,  Armagh House, 226 Kooyong Road,Toorak, Melbourne, VIC 3142. Dr Wawrzyniak will share information about her research into the subject […]

Public Seminar Presented by the Monash European and EU Centre. Coming to Terms with the Communist Past: The Institute of National Remembrance in Poland

Coming to Terms with the Communist Past: The Institute of National Remembrance in Poland Monday 17 February: 6:00-8:00pm Room H237, Building H, 900 Dandenong Road, Monash University Caulfield Campus RSVP by 13 February 2014 to Dealing with the Communist Past: The Polish Experience Dr Łukasz Kamiński, President of the Institute of National Remembrance (since 2011), author and […]
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