The Copernicus Center for Polish Studies (CCPS) at the University of Michigan is pleased to host the 4th Annual Polish Jewish Workshop, organized on the theme of "Generations and Genealogies." The workshop will meet in Ann Arbor on April 2-4, 2017, and will include presenters from universities and organizations in the U.S., Poland, and Israel.

Workshop panels will be held during the day on Monday, April 3 and Tuesday, April 4 in the Vandenberg Room at the Michigan League. Two special events relevant to Polish Jewish studies will also be presented. On Sunday, April 2, Agata Tuszynska will give a reading from her latest book, Family History of Fear: A Memoir. Following the reading, she will sign books that will be available for purchase from Literati Bookstore. On Monday, April 3, Adam Michnik will deliver the Annual Copernicus Lecture, "The Glory and Poverty of the ’68 Generation."

The 2017 Polish Jewish Workshop is organized by Genevieve Zubrzycki, CCPS director, associate professor of sociology, and faculty affiliate at the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan. Visit the workshop webpage for the full program, paper abstracts, and registration.