The list of winners of the XIX edition of the Thesaurus Poloniae programme

The list of winners of the XIX edition of the Thesaurus Poloniae programme has been announced. The recruitment committee examined 40 applications submitted from 16 countries: Belarus, Brazil, Czech Republic, Fiji, Georgia, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Ukraine, and the USA.

The committee made a decision to select the following candidates:
  • Dr. Katarzyna Konczewska, Belarus, Grodno, independent scholar. Senior Programme: project involving research on museum objects and archive materials from Belarus, forming part of the collection of the Museum of Ethnography in Krakow for publication on the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of western Belarus.
  • Ass. Prof. Erica Lehrer, Canada, Montreal, Concordia University. Senior Programme: project consisting in research on archive materials for a monographic study on culture of memory of the victims of the Holocaust.
  • Dr. Henadz Sahanovich, Belarus, Minsk, European Humanities University in Vilnius. Senior Programme: research on the role of religion and language as factors integrating the national community in multicultural areas of former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
  • Dr Robert Pyrah, Great Britain, Wolfson College, Oxford. Senior Program: the aim of the project is to prepare the final version of a monograph devoted to selected aspects of the history of Lviv.
  • Cristian Antim Bobicescu, Romania, Bucharest, Romanian Academy of Sciences. Junior Programme: research on the Polish-Lithuanian-Moldovan relations at the turn of the 16th and 17th century.
  • Pavel Veljanoski, Macedonia, Skopje, SS Cyril and Methodius University. Junior Programme: project on the Polish traces in architecture and urban planning in Skopje with particular focus on the impact of Polish urban planners on its restoration after the earthquake in 1963.
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