Places

The Hidden History of the Holocaust

By Ella Farrell On our bus ride to Treblinka, I remember not…
25 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

Minyan Man

By Max Goldberg A week before I was set to arrive in Wrocław,…
25 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

Life After War: The Bad, the Bad, and the Worse

By Anna Sebree There are no two ways about it: life after war…
25 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

Poland’s Government is Winning the Battle for the Internet

By Connor Arneson Throughout our travels in Poland, we…
24 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

Historical Politics: An Enduring Dilemma

By Sophie Creager-Roberts On November 12, 1989 --three days…
20 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

How Eco-Tourism Provides a Framework to Keep-Out Extractive Industries: Dobków, Poland’s Case for Protecting the Environment

By Harrison Vogt The tale of an industry entering a town, extracting…
20 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

Treblinka: The Invisible Extermination Camp

By Capriana Cormier When people learn about the Holocaust,…
15 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

The Fallacy of Jewish History in Contemporary Poland

By Anna Sebree Poland is a beautiful and complicated country.…
8 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

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

By Connor Arneson Like most other right-wing governments, nationalism…
6 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

The Significance of the Sejny Synagogue

By Ella Farrell The decision to spend a semester in Poland…
6 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

Guarding Memory through Ecology

By Sophie Creager-Roberts Since the end of World War II, Poland…
6 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

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

By Max Ditchek Goldberg Preface: I first began writing this…
6 November 2021/by Anita Jakubik

Roma Persecution Across Time

By Aaron Alonso The Roma people have long faced persecution…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The Jewish Auschwitz Center: Putting Oshpitsin Back on the Map

By Jacqueline Murrer The town of Oshpitsin sits in the…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Germany Needs to Make Amends with Its Past Beyond Nazism: The Fight to Shed Light on Colonial History

By April Dvorak Throughout my studies in Central Europe, the…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Multifaceted Remembrance of Communism–The Good and the Bad

By Luke Burke Soviet domination of Eastern and Central Europe…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Memorializing the Marginalized Groups Within the Holocaust

By Hannah Gavin As we are coming to the end of our travels abroad,…
13 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Don’t Judge Poland Before You’ve Walked Centuries in its Shoes, and Don’t Judge an Uprising by its Museum

By Esmé Rummelhart An anthropologist-in-training, I am eager…
13 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik
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