- Oct 07 2022
- 15:00 - 16:00
Bogdan Osadczuk “The advocate of the Polish-Ukrainian dialogue”
Prof. Iwona Hofman, PhD – Director of the Institute of Social Communication and Media Sciences, Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin (Poland)
Basil Kerski – director of the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk (Poland)
Prof. Andrzej Stanisław Kowalczyk, PhD – University of Warsaw (Poland)
Sławomir M. Nowinowski, PhD – University of Lodz (Poland)
Paweł Kowal, PhD – Member of Parliament, Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw (Poland)
A panel is devoted to the profile and publications of professor Bohdan Osadczuk combined with the promotion of the book “Confessions of the Ukrainian Polonophile”, which is the 28th volume of the series “In the circle of the Parisian CULTURE” published jointly by the Literary Institute in Paris and the Literary Research Studio of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin.
The texts were selected and edited by Basil Kerski. He wrote the introduction and the epilogue was written by Prof. Iwona Hofman.
The volume contains the author’s most important and up-to-date texts written for the ‘’Paris-based Kultura”, divided into two chapters: Cold War Time and Time of Revolutionary Changes in Europe after 1989. Readers will also find in the book two interviews that Kerski conducted with B. Osadczuk in 2003 and 2007.
The author, one of the pillars of the Ukrainian point of view in the political thought and journalistic style of “Kultura”, created a surprisingly accurate analysis of the relations between Poland, Ukraine, Russia and Germany, very relevant at the present time of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
Simultaneous translation into PL-EN-UA;
live broadcast on a streaming platform