The third edition of Jewish Culture Days Adloyada regarded an extraordinary cross-cultural communication surface which is economics. The aim of festival debates was to re-interpret classical texts which deal with relations between economics and culture. Speakers from several academic centres in Poland discussed also historical conditions in business activities.

The festival programme included a debate on a handbook entitled Literatura polska wobec Zagłady (1939–1968) [The Holocaust in the Eye of Polish Literature (1939–1968)] participated by the editors and three discussion panels about: a book regarding Tadeusz Borowski and Primo Levi by Paweł Wolski; Marceli Najder's diary (meeting with his son Tomasz Najder); Jael Neeman's autobiography Byliśmy przyszłością [We Were the Future] (discussion with Agnieszka Jawor-Polak, Hebrew literature translator). Besides, there were held a symposium on philosophy and economics and a discussion panel on this subject participated by Paweł Bartnik, Stanisław Flejterski, Jerzy Kochan and Andrzej Przyłębski. In Zachodniopomorskie Centrum Doskonalenia Nauczycieli (The West Pomeranian In-Service Teacher Training Centre) there were held workshops for teachers on interpreting travel literature and in The National Museum in Szczecin art historians' lectures on Judaic tradition in painting and architecture took place. During the festival, musical events took place, including a concert of Szczecin Chór Okręgowej Izby Lekarskiej w Szczecinie “Remedium” (Choir of District Medical Chamber in Szczecin “Remedy”).

 

Program: Adlojada. Ekonomia i kultura (2014) PL

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