Memory and Responsibility. The Legacy of Jan Karski

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Memory and Responsibility. The Legacy of Jan Karski

 

Editor: Eugeniusz Smolar

 

The book is a collection of original articles and speeches from the participants of the ‘Jan Karski — Memory and Responsibility’ conference, held in Warsaw in November 2014 as part of the Jan Karski Centenary celebrations. The organizers — the Jan Karski Educational Foundation, Poland and the Polish History Museum — acknowledge with gratitude the support for the conference and the book granted by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. We also wish to thank warmly all Partners and Supporters who, through their generous support, made this project possible.

 

IISBN 978-83-7507-186-3
Size B5, p. 306

Table of Contents

Eugeniusz Smolar, Jan Karski — memory and responsibility

INAUGURATION

Bronisław Komorowski, President of the Republic of Poland

Andrzej Rojek, The Jan Karski Educational Foundation

Robert Kostro, The Polish History Museum

Małgorzata Omilanowska, Minister of Culture and National Heritage

I. JAN KARSKI — THE UNFINISHED MISSION OF A MORAL MAN IN IMMORAL TIMES

Szymon Rudnicki, Jan Karski — the anti‐hero hero. The unusual work of an extraordinary man

Stephen D. Mull, The Jan Karski I knew

Maciej Kozłowski, Was it really a failed mission?

Rabbi Harold White, Memories of Jan Karski. Martin Smith, Meeting a messenger from Poland

II. EUROPE AND THE JEWS: HOLOCAUST — RECONCILIATION — ...?

Jerzy Jedlicki, The Holocaust as a unique experience of European civilisation

Paweł Śpiewak, On the uniqueness and singularity of the Holocaust

Karolina Wigura, The era of forgiveness, the inexcusable and radical syncretism

III. CHRISTIANS AND THE HOLOCAUST

Bp. Grzegorz Ryś, The Holocaust — Nostra aetate — The Church

Fr. John T. Pawlikowski, OSM, The Holocaust. Does it have significance for ethics today

Krzysztof Dorosz, The Jew delusion

Jan Grosfeld, The Christian mourning of the Shoa

IV. THE MEMORIES OF TOTALITARIANISMS — ASYMMETRY OF MEMORY, EAST AND WEST, AND THE HOLOCAUST

Andrzej Nowak, Confession. A few comments on memories of totalitarian crimes

Jaroslav Hrytsak, The history of Ukraine and the Ukrainian history of the Holocaust

Heiko Pääbo, Holocaust and the collective memory in Estonia

Pieter Lagrou, Memories of totalitarianism. The Asymmetry of memory, East and West and the Holocaust

V. THE POLES AND THE JEWS — EVOLUTION OF POLISH IDENTITY

Joanna Tokarska‐Bakir, Against editing of the Jan Karski story

Jan T. Gross, Jews as a Polish problem? And why not a part of Polish history?

Robert Kostro, Jews, Polish identity and Polish disputes

Piotr M. A. Cywiński, Understanding Europe

VI. OVERCOMING THE TABOO — POLISH CULTURE AND THE HOLOCAUST

Jacek Bocheński, Musing and taboo

Dominika Kozłowska, Polish culture facing the Holocaust. Three decades of overcoming the Taboo

Iwona Kurz, Between conflict and kitsch

Weronika Szczawińska, Triumphalism and blockade. A few observations about the most recent Polish theatre

Tadeusz Słobodzianek, Taboo and catharsis

VII. JAN KARSKI’S LEGACY — MEMORY AND RESPONSIBILITY

Eugeniusz Smolar, The legacy of Jan Karski — responsibility for the fate of others

Radosław Sikorski, Memory and responsibility — Jan Karski and Raphael Lemkin

Assumpta Mugiraneza, The genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda. The European roots of the Rwandan story

Anthony Dworkin, The Responsibility to protect: ambitions and challenges

Payam Akhavan, Confronting genocide and the limits of law

Adama Dieng, Memory — responsibility — justice

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