Posts Tagged ‘Krakow’

On bookends and parallels

By Alasdair Wilkins On FASPE’s first afternoon in Kraków—also my first day in Poland, the seventh new country I had visited in the previous three weeks—half our group gathered outside the Hotel Campanile to begin our tour of the city with FASPE European director Thorsten Wagner. In the preceding free hour, many of us had […]


Understanding “the Jesus Christ of nations”

by Krzysztof Sadomski May 29 is a day of travel for the FASPE fellows, not only in the literal, factual sense, but in a metaphorical one. It is time to leave Berlin—the capital of Nazi Germany, where the Holocaust was coordinated—and to enter Kraków, one of the most important cities in Poland, the country that […]