Kategorie: DHI Warschau

Call for Papers: Adel im Grenzraum. Transkulturelle Verflechtungen im Preußenland vom 18. bis zum 20. Jahrhundert [DHI Warschau]

Bewerbungsschluss: 28.02.2017 Tagung, 22.06.2017 – 24.06.2017, Danzig, organisiert vom Deutschen Historischen Institut Warschau in Zusammenarbeit mit der Universität Danzig und dem Kaschubischen Institut, Danzig. Im Blickfeld der geplanten Tagung liegen die transkulturellen Verflechtungen innerhalb…

Call for Papers: Praktika am DHI Warschau

Bewerbungsschluss: 15. März 2017 Das Deutsche Historische Institut in Warschau bietet Interessenten die Möglichkeit, in seinen Arbeitsbereichen Praktika zu absolvieren. Diese Möglichkeit besteht sowohl im wissenschaftlichen Bereich als auch in der Bibliothek des Instituts….

Call for Papers: Leerstelle(n)? Der deutsche Vernichtungskrieg 1941-1944 und die Vergegenwärtigungen des Geschehens nach 1989 [DHI Warschau]

Bewerbungsschluss: 01. April 2017 Workshop, 23.09.2017 – 24.09.2017, Geschichtswerkstatt Minsk Veranstalter: Dr. Alexandra Klei (Berlin), Dr. Katrin Stoll (DHI Warschau), Dr. Alexander Dalhouski (Geschichtswerkstatt Minsk) Der deutsche Vernichtungskrieg in der Sowjetunion (1941-1944), der insbesondere…

Call for Papers: „Homo academica“? Geschlecht und Geschlechterordnung in mittel- und osteuropäischen akademischen Kulturen des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts [DHI Warschau]

Bewerbungsschluss: 30. Januar 2017 Internationale Tagung, 19.–21. April 2017, Deutsches Historisches Institut Warschau Bedingen Geschlechterordnung und Wissenschaftsorganisation einander? Wie verändern Geschlechterforschungen unser Bild von der Wissenschaftsentwicklung zwischen 1850 und 1950? Das Deutsche Historische Institut…

Call for Papers: Stepping Back in Time. Living History and Other Performative Approaches to History in Central and South-Eastern Europe [DHI Warschau]

Deadline: October, 30 2016 International Workshop, February 20-21, 2017, German Historical Institute Warsaw Action, experience and emotion are the focus when it comes to performativity. In cultural studies, the performative turn has shifted the focus away from texts and structures … Weiterlesen

Call for Papers: Remembrance of the First World War in Interwar Europe. In search for new analytical categories

Deadline: November 30, 2016 International Conference, Thomas Mann Cultural Centre in Nida, 21.09.2017 – 24.09.2017 Conveners: Dr. Tomas Balkelis (Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, Stanford University, United States), Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz (German Historical Institute in…

Call for Applications: Stipendien für Nachwuchswissenschaftler/innen [DHI Warschau]

Bewerbungsschluss: 30. September 2016 Das Deutsche Historische Institut in Warschau vergibt im Rahmen seiner Aufgaben und nach Maßgabe der ihm zur Verfügung stehenden Haushaltsmittel Stipendien zur Unterstützung solcher Forschungsarbeiten auf dem Gebiet der polnischen, deutsch-polnischen und polnisch-ostmitteleuropäischen Geschichte, die einen … Weiterlesen

Children’s Competition Prize-Giving in Warsaw

Children's Competition Prize-Giving in Warsaw
Monday 13 June 2016

On 4 June 2016 at 11 am the prizes in the Children’s Competition Królewskie Pary (‘Royal Couples’) were presented in the Muzeum Historii Polski. About 40 parents with their children from all over Poland came to Warsaw to celebrate the winners.

The winners

 

After a stage play for children the certificates were handed to the prizewinners. All the award-winning works were exhibited on the terrace of the museum.

Part of the exhibition on the terrace

 

Bianka Hasiak with her award winning work (first prize classes 1-3)

 

After a buffet lunch all participants went on a guided walking tour through Łazienki Park to see the summer residence of King Stanisław August.

In front of the Old Orangery

 

Palace on the Island

 

Winners of the Royal Couples Children’s Competition

'Bona Sforza and Zygmunt I' by Aleksandra Krasniewicz
Tuesday 24 May 2016

The Winners of the Children’s Competition Królewskie Pary (‘Royal Couples’) have been announced!

Alongside the exhibition Royal Marriages of Princes and Princesses in Poland and Lithuania c. 1500-1800 in the courtyard of the Royal Castle in Warsaw, the works of the winners of the children’s competition ‘Królewskie Pary / Royal Couples’, organised by the Museum of Polish History, our official partner in the HERA project, were shown from 21 April to 20 May 2016.

In the competition primary school pupils were asked to create a picture in A3 size depicting a king of the Jagiellonian dynasty or one of the Polish elected kings together with his consort coming from outside Polan. The response was outstanding: it brought in 1,820 applications from all over Poland. Therefore it was not an easy task for the jury, of whom Marrying Cultures PI Almut Bues was a member, to make a selection. The jury took into account the ingenuity, accuracy and originality of the depiction, as the attractiveness of the design and the selection of appropriate technics.

Prizes were awarded in two groups: group I (1-3 class) and group II (4-6 class).


 

In the first (younger) group the prizes were won as follows:

First prize for Bianka Hasiak, class1, Primary School in Biłgoraj for her portrait of Marysieńka and Jan III Sobieski.

 

The royal couple is seen in a rich and elaborate coronation dress typical for the period. The intense colours of the paint are highlighted effectively by means of cut paper elements.

Second prize for Judyta Kuduk, class 3, Culture House in Zamość, with Соф’я Гальшанская (Sońka) and Jogaila (Władysław Jagiełło).

 

Third prize for Anastazja Gromacka, class1, Integration School in Hajnówka, with Marysieńka and Jan III Sobieski.

 

Special prize for Oliwia Barcewicz, class 1, Integration School in Mrzeżyno, with ‘In the Queen’s Bedroom’.

 

Special prize for Wiktoria Urszulak, class 2, Primary School in Żary, with ‘Wedding Ceremony’.

 


 

In the second (older) group the prizes were as follows:

First prize for Aleksandra Krasniewicz, class 5, Integration school in Mrzeżyno, with Bona Sforza and Zygmunt I.

 

The successful chalk drawing emphasizes the basket with the vegetables that Queen Bona introduced to Poland from Italy which the royal couple are holding jointly.

Second prize for Agata Asztemborska, class 5, Primary School in Gorzów Wielkopolski, with Anna Habsburg and Zygmunt III.

 

Second prize for Aleksandra Kubicz, class 5, Primary School in Pogwizdów Nowy, with Eleonora Habsburg and Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki.

 

Third prize for Oliwia Budzisz, class 6, Primary School in Rumia with Elisabeth Habsburg and Zygmunt II August.

 


 

37 prizes in total were awarded. Congratulations to all winners! The presenttion of the prizes will take place in the Muzeum Historii Polski on 4 June 2016.

Read more: http://muzhp.pl/pl/c/1669/konkurs-krolewskie-pary-rozstrzygniety.

Winners of the Royal Couples Children’s Competition

'Bona Sforza and Zygmunt I' by Aleksandra Krasniewicz
Tuesday 24 May 2016

The Winners of the Children’s Competition Królewskie Pary (‘Royal Couples’) have been announced!

Alongside the exhibition Royal Marriages of Princes and Princesses in Poland and Lithuania c. 1500-1800 in the courtyard of the Royal Castle in Warsaw, the works of the winners of the children’s competition ‘Królewskie Pary / Royal Couples’, organised by the Museum of Polish History, our official partner in the HERA project, were shown from 21 April to 20 May 2016.

In the competition primary school pupils were asked to create a picture in A3 size depicting a king of the Jagiellonian dynasty or one of the Polish elected kings together with his consort coming from outside Polan. The response was outstanding: it brought in 1,820 applications from all over Poland. Therefore it was not an easy task for the jury, of whom Marrying Cultures PI Almut Bues was a member, to make a selection. The jury took into account the ingenuity, accuracy and originality of the depiction, as the attractiveness of the design and the selection of appropriate technics.

Prizes were awarded in two groups: group I (1-3 class) and group II (4-6 class).


 

In the first (younger) group the prizes were won as follows:

First prize for Bianka Hasiak, class1, Primary School in Biłgoraj for her portrait of Marysieńka and Jan III Sobieski.

 

The royal couple is seen in a rich and elaborate coronation dress typical for the period. The intense colours of the paint are highlighted effectively by means of cut paper elements.

Second prize for Judyta Kuduk, class 3, Culture House in Zamość, with Соф’я Гальшанская (Sońka) and Jogaila (Władysław Jagiełło).

 

Third prize for Anastazja Gromacka, class1, Integration School in Hajnówka, with Marysieńka and Jan III Sobieski.

 

Special prize for Oliwia Barcewicz, class 1, Integration School in Mrzeżyno, with ‘In the Queen’s Bedroom’.

 

Special prize for Wiktoria Urszulak, class 2, Primary School in Żary, with ‘Wedding Ceremony’.

 


 

In the second (older) group the prizes were as follows:

First prize for Aleksandra Krasniewicz, class 5, Integration school in Mrzeżyno, with Bona Sforza and Zygmunt I.

 

The successful chalk drawing emphasizes the basket with the vegetables that Queen Bona introduced to Poland from Italy which the royal couple are holding jointly.

Second prize for Agata Asztemborska, class 5, Primary School in Gorzów Wielkopolski, with Anna Habsburg and Zygmunt III.

 

Second prize for Aleksandra Kubicz, class 5, Primary School in Pogwizdów Nowy, with Eleonora Habsburg and Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki.

 

Third prize for Oliwia Budzisz, class 6, Primary School in Rumia with Elisabeth Habsburg and Zygmunt II August.

 


 

37 prizes in total were awarded. Congratulations to all winners! The presenttion of the prizes will take place in the Muzeum Historii Polski on 4 June 2016.

Read more: http://muzhp.pl/pl/c/1669/konkurs-krolewskie-pary-rozstrzygniety.