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People

The conference is an event organised by practitioners for practitioners. The conference program was developed in collaboration with a number of institutions and partners who work in the area of Jewish culture, in particular the beneficiaries of the Norway and EEA Grants funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. We would like to encourage all participants to join us in creating the program of the meeting, to share their experience by responding to the open call and participating in the project village.

Program Director
 

Prof. Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett – Chief Curator of the Core Exhibition of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw. Researcher, author of many publications in the area of Jewish studies. Professor emerita of Performance Studies at the New York University. The winner of the Foundation for Jewish Culture award and The Mlotek Prize for Yiddish and Yiddish Culture. Member of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, Jewish Museum in Vienna, Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre in Moscow.

Organisational team:
 

  • Kristine Bjørndal – The Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities (HL-Senteret)/ – Norwegian coordination of the project
  • Małgorzata Owczarska, POLIN Museum – Polish coordination of the project
  • Łucja Koch, POLIN Museum – consultant
  • Karol Kwiatkowski, POLIN Museum – promotion
  • Melanie Święcicki, POLIN Museum – organisational support

Consultants and co-authors of the program
 

  • Lena Bielska – HerStory Foundation (Poland)
  • Stein Bjørnbekk – The Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities (HL-Senteret) (Norway)
  • András Borgula – Gólem Theatre, KIBIC Alliance of Hungarian Jewish NGO's (Hungary)
  • Claudia de Santos Borreguero – the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Department of the Town Hall of Segovia (Spain)
  • Ewa Chomicka - POLIN Museum (Poland)
  • Iván Fernández Cebreiro – the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Department of the Town Hall of Segovia (Spain)
  • Matte Green – The Jewish Culture Festival of Trondheim (Norway)
  • Pavol Hudák – Bardejov Jewish Preservation Committee (Slovakia)
  • Peter Hudák – Bardejov Jewish Preservation Committee (Slovakia)
  • Kamila Jasiak – District Museum in Tarnów, Committee for the Protection of the Jewish Heritage in Tarnów (Poland)
  • Natalja Jupatova – Rezekne City Council, the project of restoration of the Green Synagogue in Rezenke (Lithuania)
  • Bente Kahan – Bente Kahan Foundation (Poland)
  • Monika Krawczyk – Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland (Poland)
  • Joanna Król – POLIN Museum (Poland)
  • Aina Loseviča – Museum of Regional Studies in Ludza, Restoration of the Great Synagogue in Ludza (Latvia)
  • Rafał Pankowski, PhD – ”Never Again” Association, lecturer in Colegium Civitas (Poland)
  • Indrė Rutkauskaitė – Jewish Community of Lithuania (Lithuania)
  • Ana Umbelino – The Portuguese Network of Jewish Quarters Association, Rede de Judiarias de Portugal (Portugal)
  • Mindaugas Veliulis – Pakruojis District Municipality, the project of reconstruction of the Pakruojis Synagogue (Lithuania)
  • Nárcisz Vida – Zachor Foundation for Social Remembrance (Hungary)
  • Linas Vinickas – Joniškis History and Culture Museum, project of reconstruction of the Red Synagogue in Joniškis (Lithuania)
  • Katarzyna Zabratańska – HerStory Foundation (Poland)

Partners

Patronage

     

 
Supported from the Norway and EEA Grants by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

 

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