Poland - an autonomous form or an imitation of the West?

Łukasz Galusek, Deputy Director for Programme Policy at the International Cultural Centre in Krakow, will be one of the guests of the meeting "Poland - an autonomous form or an imitation of the West?", which will be held on 16 March as part of the Joseph Conrad Fellowship programme.

Today, when the crisis has become not only a point of reference for the diagnostics of the spiritual condition of the Old Continent, but a permanent experience of European societies, we need to understand anew the system of references and dependencies in which Poland functions. The war in Ukraine unleashed by Russia is deconstructing the world order - but is it an opening for a new European order? What role will Poland play in this conflict, which is sometimes referred to as a "clash of civilizations" by hasty publicists? How will the European world change the next wave of migration?
Łukasz Galusek and sociologist Łukasz Moll will talk about identity, culture, and geographic transformations of Poland and Europe. Moderated by Michał Strachowski.
The meeting will take place on March 16, 2022 at 6 p.m. stationary: Marzyciele i Rzemieślnicy, 25 Bracka St. in Warsaw, 3rd floor. (admission free) and on-line. Transmission will be available on FB profile of De Republica Institute, organizer of the event.
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