On December 18, Biuro Literackie will publish Grzegorz Kwiatkowski’s book “Zagadka”.
On November 16, at the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” at the University of Warsaw, a panel “Commemorating the History, Culture and Tradition of Jews” will be held.
Die polnische Band Trupa Trupa spielte im Wiener Chelsea. In Liedtexten geht es auch um die Internierung von Marta und Józef Kwiatkowski, Großtante und Großvater des Sängers Grzegorz Kwiatkowski, im Todeslager Stutthof. Seinen Gedichtband »brennend« sieht er als Signal »that history is still alive«.
„This is one of the best Polish bands. Their music is also appreciated outside our country, e.g. in the United States. I know how they perform at concerts in the West and what specialized, respected music magazines write about them.
CNN commentator and New York University Professor Ruth Ben-Ghiat asked me to comment on the Polish elections:
“This was one of the most brutal political campaigns in Polish history. Hate speech was present in this campaign almost every day.”
The “More light” university tour comes to Los Angeles! Please feel invited to a meeting at the University of California at the Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies on the 6th of December.
The next stop on the university’s “More light” tour is Tennessee. Please feel invited to a meeting at Middle Tennessee State University on November 2 as part of the Holocaust Studies Program.
Die polnische Rockband Trupa Trupa fertigt in Triobesetzung eine Mischung aus Postpunk und Psychedelik, die Joy Division ähnlich viel verdankt wie den Beatles.
Yale University invites for the Human Rights Workshop: Grzegorz Kwiatkowski, “More Light – Art Against Hate”. The first zoom meeting will take place on September 21, while the second in-person meeting will take place in April 2024 in New Haven.
“The Green Border” by the Polish director received a special award at the 80th Venice Film Festival. The film’s soundtrack included a song by the Gdańsk band Trupa Trupa, which Holland called “her favorite band.”