The Kosciuszko Foundation is excited to partner with the Project on Poland Past and Present to bring you Studying Poland Today – a new webinar series aiming to promote a broad vision of both Poland’s heritage and of Polish Studies in English-speaking universities.
Norman Davies first visited Poland in March 1962, when he was still a student in his final year at Oxford. Fascinated by what he learned and by what the authorities did not want him to know, he made the study of Polish history the starting point of his academic career.
Today, he is perhaps the world’s most renowned historian of Poland writing in English, best-selling author, and recipient of the highest distinctions in both Poland and Great Britain.
On September 23, in the KF webinar, Prof. Davies, Foundation’s grant recipient, will speak about the six decades of studying Poland in a conversation with Prof. Robert Frost, his former student and a preeminent scholar of history.
Join The Kosciuszko Foundation for the series’ first episode featuring distinguished scholars and specialists in Polish history Professors Norman Davies and Robert Frost as they discuss Sixty Years of Studying Poland.
Free and open to the public. Spots are limited. Registration required.
Q&A session with an audience will follow the presentation.
WHEN: 23 SEPTEMBER 2021 AT 17:00 London time
REGISTRATION & MORE INFO: here