O studiach
judaistycznych

Tradycja badań judaistycznych w Instytucie Historycznym jest dość dawna i wiąże się z powstałym w 1990 Centrum Badania i Nauczania Dziejów i Kultury Żydów w Polsce im. Mordechaja Anielewicza, którego pierwszym kierownikiem był prof. Jerzy Tomaszewski (1930-2014). Od początku swej działalności Centrum prowadziło zajęcia o tematyce żydowskiej, oferowane studentom całego Uniwersytetu.

Obecnie w Instytucie Historycznym od roku akademickiego 2014/15 działają trzyletnie studia licencjackie „Historia i kultura Żydów”, a od roku 2017/18 ruszyły dwuletnie studia magisterskie.

Na Wydziale Historycznym funkcjonuje również studium doktoranckie, którego studenci przygotowują doktoraty także o tematyce żydowskiej.

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Call for Papers 7th International Student Workshop Judaism and Jewish Studies in the Modern World: The Student Voice

Call for Papers 7th International Student Workshop Judaism and Jewish Studies in the Modern World: The Student Voice 7–9 October 2018, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic Keynote Speaker: Prof. Michael L. Miller (Central European University, Budapest) Kurt and Ursula Schubert Centre of Jewish Studies at Palacký University Olomouc and Prague Centre for Jewish Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, now invite applications for 7th international student workshop “Judaism and Jewish Studies in the Modern World: The Student Voice” which will be held at the Kurt and Ursula Schubert Centre of Jewish Studies in Olomouc on 7–9 October 2018. The aim of the workshop is to bring together graduate and excellent undergraduate students of Jewish studies from different universities and countries, to give them an opportunity to present their work and to develop their debating skills. Participants are expected to give a 20–25 minute paper presenting their research. The paper will be followed by a comment from a senior scholar and open discussion. The presentations will be circulated in advance and may be based on expanded seminar papers, theses or their drafts. All topics connected to Jewish history, literature, and culture are welcome. This year we particularly encourage presentations touching on different aspects of rural and small-town Jewry in Central  Europe. Participation in the workshop is free of charge. Accommodation in student dormitories will be provided by the organizers. A limited number of travel stipends is available. The number of participants is limited; candidates will be selected on a competitive basis. The workshop will be held in English. Applications including the title of the proposed paper, an abstract (no longer than 200 words), and a short curriculum vitae should be sent to lenka.ulicna@upol.cz by 30 June 2018. Successful candidates will be informed by 15 July 2018. Papers must be handed in via e-mail by 16 September 2018. For further information, please contact: Dr. Lenka Uličná lenka.ulicna@upol.cz

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Statystyki rekrutacyjne 2017/2018 r.

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