Posts Tagged ‘Zdzisław Mach’

Between narratives: my Polish cultural upbringing and the Holocaust

By Joanna Plucinska The FASPE fellowship is designed to train us reporters to think more ethically about our jobs. I hoped that this trip would remain for me in the purely professional realm: it was going to be about journalism, not about my Polish identity. But as we discussed Jewish identity in Poland before World […]


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 […]