TRAINING SEMINAR ON 20TH CENTURY JEWISH HISTORY IN
MEDIA AND LITERATURE FOR EDUCATORS FROM UKRAINE, MOLDOVA, THE VISEGRAD COUNTRIES AND GERMANY

From 16-18.09.2022 Centropa and the Galicia Jewish Museum hosted a training seminar on Twentieth-Century Jewish History in Media and Literature. Funded by the Federal Foreign Office and the Visegrad fund.

30 participants from Ukraine, Moldova, Germany, and the Visegrad countries attended the three-day program in Tarnów, Poland to learn from experts and each other in various activities ranging from lectures to city walks to workshops and discussions. Olha Kravchuk from Gedankendach hosted a workshop on “The reception of Jewish authors from Czernowitz in today’s Chernivtsi”
and “Rose Ausländer’s exceptional life and work: how it can be conveyed through graphic novels”. Victoria Godik and Joanna Ufnalska from UUJS gave a workshop on ““How to make a film with your students”.
In Tarnow’s city hall: Centropa presented the new Jewish history audiowalk of Tarnów,which is funded by the Visegrad fund and based on the story of Gizela Fudem. Participants tested the audiowalk on site. To access the audiowalk free of charge online, click here: https://audiowalks.centropa.org/tarnow/

We were pleased with the results of the many fruitful discussions and hope to see all the participants again soon!

We thank our partners: Galicia Jewish Museum, Gedankendach and UUJS