The Balkans Transformed – new issue of the HERITO quarterly
Do the Balkans still have, as Churchill suggested, “more history than they can stomach”? Are they still the “European Orient”, or a noble buffer zone? What is the condition of literatures of Balkan “smaller languages” and wherein lie their hopes? Or perhaps the old Balkans are no longer there, while its nations are merely stronger or weaker narratives? These are among the leading questions posed in the 30th issue of “Herito” quarterly.
The opening of the exhibition Years of Disarray in Olomouc
A delegation from the ICC, and Barbara Ćwioro, the Polish Ambassador to the Czech Re-public, are taking part in the opening of an exhibition in Olomouc. The show is part of long-running project, and a testament to the close cultural cooperation within the framework of the Visegrad Group.
Mine, yours – ours. Let's use a heritage together!
At the International Cultural Center, we have been disseminating and researching heritage for 27 years. We believe that it is at your fingertips and in many forms...
The 19th edition of Thesaurus Poloniae has started
Thesaurus Poloniae is a three-month fellowship programme of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland...
The Turkey, Great Steppe and Central Europe
How did Turkish words enter the Swedish language? Is Poland located on the East-West or rather North-South axis? Was Lviv the gate to the Orient or the outpost of Europe...
The changing of the guard
A selection of essays by one of the greatest living heritologists (and founding fathers of this discipline), which is also the first Polish-language presentation of the unique contribution of John Tunbridge to international research on world heritage.
05.10.2018, 09:30 a.m. - 05.10.2018, 4:00 p.m.
Culture as the prime mover of urban development. A seminar
Modern cities are increasingly open to new‑model policy where culture is the key mechanism of development that penetrates into other forms of urban activity.
20.10.2018, 11:00 a.m.
The architecture of authorities in interwar Krakow
A walk in the city