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WHY POLAND? Symposium: Facing the Demons of Polish-Jewish History

WHY POLAND? Symposium: Facing the Demons of Polish-Jewish History


The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs and The Australian Society of Polish Jews and Their Descendants invite you to the symposium on:

WHY POLAND?

Facing the Demons of
Polish-Jewish History

The Keynote Address:

“Lifting the Burden of the Past”
by Professor Martin Krygier

Martin Krygier is Gordon Samuels Professor of Law and Social Theory at the University of New South Wales.
In 1997 he delivered the ABC’s Boyer Lectures titled:
Between Fear and Hope: Hybrid Thoughts on Public Values.
His work spans a number of fields, including legal, political and social philosophy, communist and post-communist studies, and the history of ideas. He is the author of Civil Passions: Selected Writings, a collection of his essays.

Date: Sunday, 28 October 2012,
Time: 3pm
Where: Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd, Toorak (Melways 59 A3)
Donation: $15

Also participating:

Bernard Brzegowski-Korbman- Moderator
Adam Warzel “Why do you hate me, brother?”
Krystyna Duszniak “Why was Poland different?”