Events by Month

December 4, 2018 Late Socialist Morality On December 4, at 4 pm, there will be an Urban Seminar by the Center's scholarship holder Andrei Tcacenco, with his research on different ways to shape a new Soviet person in Brezhnev’s Soviet Union. Read more
December 7, 2018 Digital History Project. What Makes It Work On December 7, an international workshop on needs and goals in the digital history projects will be held. It will also highlight the collective nature of such projects and the institutional roles, its maintenance, interdisciplinary approach, technical framework and visual language, digital skills of authors and audiences. Read more
December 7, 2018 The Great War in Luxembourg On December 7, at 6.30 pm, Sandra Camarda will present her lecture on the digital exhibition project on the complex and ambiguous history of Luxembourg during WW1 addressing multiple audiences in the rediscovery of an era still largely unexplored and neglected. Read more
December 8, 2018 City Walk along Literary Lviv On December 8, at 12.00 am, welcome to the city walk about the women writers of the interwar and Soviet periods in Lviv conducted by literary scholars Iryna Frys and Ostap Slyvynskyi. The walk will uncover the history of literary milieu through the urban space. The walk will be in Polish. Attendance is free. Read more
December 8, 2018 Zuza i Lusia On December 8, at 4 pm, welcome to the film screening on "Zuza i Lusia" (2016) about the poetess Zuzanna Ginczanka, and her friendship with Lusia Stauber. The film is an epic panorama of a tragic life of Jewish population retold from the perspective of microhistory of bonds between the two women. Read more
December 9, 2018 Curator’s Guided Tour On December 9, at 2 pm, Joanna Pogorzelska and Sylvia Szymaniak will tell about the concept for the exhibition "Zuzanna Ginczanka. Only Happiness is Real Life." Also, they will present the link of Ginczanka’s legacy with the visions of present-day art creators, both male and female. Read more
December 9, 2018 The Women Writers’ Lviv On December 9, at 4 pm, the Franko House will host a discussion about Zuzanna Ginczanka and other women writers through the lens of literary milieus of the 1920/40s in Lviv, and also about their literary legacy in Ukraine and Poland. Read more
December 12, 2018 Interactive Map "The Year 1943" On December 12, at 6.30 pm, welcome to the presentation of an interactive map that employs digital tools to visualize the history of the Holocaust related sites in Lviv, as well as to mark the mechanisms of terror within space, and practices of survival and resistance in the occupied city. Read more