On January 27th, Wednesday, on the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust in the House of History a meeting “Women as the victims of the Holocaust”.
Martyna Grądzka (born 1986) historian, Judaist and educator. Graduate of the Institute of History of the Pedagogical University of Kraków and Cathedral of Judaistics of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Employee of Department of Academic Research of the Bureau of Public Education of the Institute of National Remembrance in Kraków. Her research interest oscillate around problems related to Jewish community on the territory of Poland. She conducts research on the subject of Holocaust, with particular reference to the extermination of Jews from Kraków. In the Department of 20th Century History of Poland of the Pedagogical Univeristy, under supervision of prof. Jacek Chrobaczyński she is working on a doctoral thesis concerning the war histories of Jewish women staying in the occupied Kraków. She is an author of journalistic and academic articles concerning the Karków ghetto, Płaszów camp, the trial of the commanding officer of the Płaszów camp – Amon Göth – and others. Participant of scientific conferences and international educational projects concerning Polish-Jewish relations and teaching about the Holocaust and Antisemitism.