Labyrinth of History

Labirynt Historii

It’s an exceptional educational project, aimed above all at young people, dedicated to presentation of important phenomena and events in the history of Poland, especially its relations with neighbouring countries. Its goal is to teach and propagate the culture of peace and to introduce modern historical education, which should allow the young people to develop the openness to dialog, mature patriotism and deeper understanding of historical processes. Up to this point our Foundation in cooperation with Lesser-Poland’s Cultural Centre SOKÓŁ has organized twelve “Labyrinth of History” programmes. Additionally, each year also other Nowy Sącz institutions engage in the organization of the Labyrinth.

Labyrinth of History is conveying historical knowledge of the highest academic level in an exceptional cultural and artistic packaging. Within the programme lectures, panel discussions, conferences, meetings, performances, concerts, workshops, contests and more take place. Among our guests every year there are expert researchers of history, culture, professional artists, both Polish and from abroad. We encourage the young people themselves to take active, not only passive, part in the Labyrinth.

www.labirynthistorii.pl

Visit the programme’s website, where you can find recorded lectures, articles, details about previous Labyrinths and more!

13TH LABYRINTH TOOK PLACE FROM 21ST TO 26TH OCTOBER 2018 IN NOWY SĄCZ AND IT WAS DEDICATED TO THE HISTORY OF REGAINING OF POLISH INDEPENDENCE

PROGRAMME:

• 21.10.2018 /SUNDAY/ 12.30 & 15.00
The Main Building of the Regional Museum
visiting the PERMANENT EXHIBITION
guides: Bartosz Lorek, Jakub Antoniak

• 22.10.2018 /MODNAY,
9.30–10.30

MCK SOKÓŁ – R. Sichrawa Auditorium
lecture: INDEPENDENCE IN NOWY SACZ
dt Łukasz POŁOMSKI (Nomina Rosae Foundation, Nowy Sącz)
10.45–11.45
lecture: WHITE EAGLE – COAT OF POLISH STATE
prof. dr hab. Zenon PIECH (Jagiellonian University, Kraków)
17.30–18.30
first evening with history: ABOUT SĄCZ CITIZENS WHO SERVED INDEPENDENCE
meeting with the descendants of families: Barbacki, Flis, Aleksander, Kosterkiewicz, Celewicz and Ritter, Małecki

• 23.10.2018 /TUESDAY/
9.30–10.30
MCK SOKÓŁ – R. Sichrawa Auditorium
lecture: POLISH JEWS AFTER REGAINING OF INDEPENDENCE AND IN THE SECOND POLISH REPUBLIC
prof. Konrad ZIELIŃSKI (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University , Lublin)
10.45–11.45
lecture: PROVIDERS, CARE-GIVERS, SOLDIERS… WOMEN’S CONTRIBUTION IN REGAINING OF INDEPENDENCE
dr hab. Katarzyna SIERAKOWSKA (History Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa)
12.30–14.00
MCK SOKÓŁ – B. Barbacki auditorium (dance room)
workshops: NATIONAL DANCES – POLONAISE AND MAZURKA
Maja ZAWADA (Jane Austen Dance School, Kraków)
18.00–19.00
MCK SOKÓŁ – R. Sichrawa Auditorium
second evening with history: A STORY ABOUT ROMAN SICHRAWA – PRESENTATION OF UNKNOWN PHOTOGRAPHS FROM FAMILY ARCHIVE
Hosted by: dr Łukasz POŁOMSKI
• 24.10.2018 /WEDNESDAY/,
9.00–10.00

MCK SOKÓŁ – R. Sichrawa Auditorium
lecture: WARRING IMAGES. POLISH CAUSE IN PROPAGANDA OF FIGHTING SIDES 1914–1918
prof. Piotr SZLANTA (Warsaw University)
10.15–11.15
lecture: GALICIAN PROVINCE IN 1918 – BETWEEN THE MYTH AND REALITY
dr Konrad MEUS (Pedagogical University, Kraków)

• 25.10.2018 /THURSDAY/
9.30–12.00

MCK SOKÓŁ – R. Sichrawa Auditorium
lecture: VARIOUS VISIONS OF INDEPENDENCE
dr Marcin JARZĄBEK (Jagiellonian University, Kraków)
10.45–11.45
lecture: BOLESLAW BARBACKI – A HERO FOR INDEPENDENCE
dr Maria MOLENDA (Nomina Rosae Foundation, Nowy Sącz)
18.00–19.00
third evening with history in the artistic atmosphere: INDEPENDENT HEART
music, literature, multimedia
directed by: dr Maria MOLENDA
piano music of Chopin and Szymanowski performed by Maja SŁYSZ and Radoslaw GOŹDZIKOWSKI
Period source texts read by: Aleksandra POWĘZKA and Grzegorz RACOŃ
multimedia: Maciej WALASEK

• 26.10.2018 /FRIDAY/
10.00–12.00
Voivodeship Pedagogical Library
PEOPLE OF INDEPENDENCE
joint conference of historians and youth
1st segment: “Men of independence” part 1.
2nd segment: “Men of independence” part 2.
3rd segment: Women, culture and society

accompanying event
exhibition: FASHIONABLE IN INDEPENDENCE
(replicas of garments, photographs, press, accessories, years 1905–1939)

Organizers: Nomina Rosae Foundation Early Culture Garden, SOKÓŁ Lesser Poland Cultural Centre, Voivodeship Pedagogical Library in Nowy Sącz.

The Labyrinth of History was organized thanks to financial support of the Marshal’s Office of the Lesser Poland Voivodship, the Nowy Sącz City Hall, and also by the patron of the Nomina Rosae Foundation’s –ERBET company

Visit the programme’s website, where you can find recorded lectures, articles, details about previous Labyrinths and more: www.labirynthistorii.pl

Labirynths of History

Independent Heart – Polish paths to Independence

13th Labyrinth – 2018

Between obedience and searching.. The history of religion

12th Labyrinth – 2017

Women's History – Women in History

11th Labyrinth – 2016

Political Games. Congress of Vienna 1815

10th Labyrinth – 2015

Family in the Face of War 1914–1918

9th Labyrinth – 2014

To capture. To record. To not forget. 150th Anniversary of the January Uprising

VIII edycja – 2013

Moscow 1612

7th Labyrinth – 2012

Magnates

6th Labyrinth – 2011

Rulers of 1410

5th Labyrinth – 2010

Cossacks

4th Labyrinth – 2009

Premyslids

3rd Labyrinth – 2008

Turks

2nd Labyrinth – 2007

Teutonic Order

1st Labyrinth – 2006