Międzynarodowa konferencja

15 maj, 2019; Aktualności
Poland’s Kin-states Policies: Opportunities and Challenges

program konferencji (pdf)
THURSDAY – 23 May 2019
9.00 – 10.30 // OPENING SESSION
UW Old Library: Hall (Central Campus)
Maciej Duszczyk, Prorector of the University of Warsaw
David Smith, Principal Investigator of the Research Project ‘Poland’s Kin-state Policies: Opportunities and Challenges’ (University of Glasgow)
Karl Cordell (University of Plymouth)
Poland Kin-state Politics: Some Observations

10.45 – 12.00 // SESSION 1: Poland’s Kin-state Policies: Opportunities and Challenge (ROUNDTABLE)
David Smith (University of Glasgow)

Radosław Markowski (SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities/ CEU)
Ewa Nowicka-Rusek (Collegium Civitas)
Aleksandra Maatsch (University of Wrocław)

13.00 – 15.00 // Session 2: The Polish Charter in a Broader Context
UW Library: Room 256 (Campus Powisle)

Dorota Pudzianowska (Warsaw University)
Karta Polaka in Context
Discussant: Andreea Udrea (University of Glasgow)

Ireneusz Paweł Karolewski (University of Wrocław)
Polish Charter: Soft Power through Extraterritorial Citizenship
Discussant: Myra Waterbury (Ohio University)

David Smith (University of Glasgow) and Andreea Udrea (University of Glasgow)
The Polish Charter in the European Legislation on Kin-minorities: A Comparative Perspective
Discussant: Zsuzsa Csergő (Queen’s University of Canada)

15.30 – 17.30 // Session 3: (Kin-) Minority Agency
UW Library: Room 256 (Campus Powisle)

Myra Waterbury (Ohio University)
Divided Nationhood and Multiple Membership: A Framework for Comparing Polish and Hungarian Kin-State Policies
Discussant: David Smith (University of Glasgow)

Zsuzsa Csergő (Queen’s University Canada) and Alexandra Liebich (Queen’s University Canada)
Kin-state engagement and minority political agency in the sphere of education
Discussant: Zoltán Kántor (Pázmány Péter Catholic University/ Research Institute for Hungarian Communities Abroad)

Sławomir Łodziński (Warsaw University)
Beyond history? The “Round Table” meetings on the situation of German minority in Poland and Poles in Germany in 2010-2018
Discussant: Karl Cordell (University of Plymouth)

FRIDAY – 24 May 2019
9.00 – 11.30 // Session 4: The Institutionalisation of Poland’s Kin-state Support
UW Library: Room 256 (Campus Powisle)

Dorota Pudzianowska (Warsaw University)

Paweł Hut (Warsaw University/ Department of Culture, Education and Heritage of the Ministry of National Defense)
Polish Authorities and Society towards Poles living abroad: The Example of ‘Central’ and ‘East’ European Polish Communities from 1918 to 2018
Zoltán Kántor (Pázmány Péter Catholic University/ Research Institute for Hungarian Communities Abroad)
What is between the goals and the outcome of diaspora policy?

Roundtable Discussion

The Association ‘Polish community’ – TBC
Myroslava Keryk (Foundation ‘Our Choice’)
Pablo Rojas Coppari (OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights)
Robert Wyszyński (University of Warsaw)

12.30 – 13.30 // UW Library: Room 256 (Campus Powisle)

Keynote lecture:

Bernard Gaida (Association of German Socio-Cultural Societies in Poland)

13.45 – 14.45 // Session 5: Kin-Minorities and Poland – Germany Relations (ROUNDTABLE)
UW Library: Room 256 (Campus Powisle)

Ireneusz Paweł Karolewski (University of Wrocław)

Magdalena Lesińska (Warsaw University)
Michał Nowosielski (Warsaw University)
Grzegorz Janusz (Maria Curie – Skłodowska University)

15.00 – 16.30 // Session 6: Poland’s kin-state policies and the Poles from the East
UW Library: Room 256 (Campus Powisle)

Zsuzsa Csergő (Queen’s University Canada)

Bastian Sendhardt (Bundeswehr University Munich)
Kin-state legislation and the model of the nation-state: The Karta Polaka in the Context of Global Political Order
Hanna Vasilevich (International Centre for Ethnic and Linguistic Diversity Studies)
The Effect of the Polish Charter on Belarus-Polish Bilateral Relations
Diana Janušauskienė (Institute of Sociology, Lithuanian Social Research Centre)
Polish National Minority in Lithuania: Integrated or Isolated?
Karolis Dambrauskas (Lithuanian Social Research Centre)
Lithuanian Polish Minority and One and a Half Kin State

Magdalena Dembinska (University of Montréal) (via Skype)

17.00 – 18.00 // UW Old Library: Hall (Central Campus)

Keynote lecture:

Jan Zielonka (University of Oxford)
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