The Solidarity Center in Gdansk. Photo credit to Connor Arneson

Poland’s Government is Winning the Battle for the Internet

By Connor Arneson Throughout our travels in Poland, we…
A view of the fresco “The Revenge.” This piece depicts the Prussian victory in Paris in 1871

Historical Politics: An Enduring Dilemma

By Sophie Creager-Roberts On November 12, 1989 --three days…
Map of the Eco-Tourist District of Dobków, from: https://media.villagreta.pl/m/2015/09/ekomuzeum.jpg
Photo of the layout of Treblinka at the Treblinka memorial

Treblinka: The Invisible Extermination Camp

By Capriana Cormier When people learn about the Holocaust,…
“Michael Rubenfeld selling his ‘lucky Jew’ portraits around Krakow. Photo credit FestivALT website httpswww.festivalt.comen-lucky-jew .”

The Fallacy of Jewish History in Contemporary Poland

By Anna Sebree Poland is a beautiful and complicated country.…
Gdansk's Museum of the Second World War. Photo credit Connor Arneson

Poland’s Government Preaches Flawed History… and so Did I

By Connor Arneson Like most other right-wing governments, nationalism…
Interior view of the White Synagogue in Sejny, Poland

The Significance of the Sejny Synagogue

By Ella Farrell The decision to spend a semester in Poland…
Bikes propped up against the entrace to former Płazów concentration camp. Photo by Max Goldberg.

Guarding Memory through Ecology

By Sophie Creager-Roberts Since the end of World War II, Poland…
Street Art in Kazimierz

“Jewish-themed Restaurants,” the Jewish Mafia, and Other Reasons Why I’m Upset

By Max Ditchek Goldberg Preface: I first began writing this…