Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena

Activities

Polish Cinema in Jena 31: Córki dancingu (Sirenengesang, The Lure)

Vielfach prämiert, erhielt „Córki Dancingu“ u.a. 2015 in Gdynia den Preis für das beste Regiedebüt und 2016 den Spezialpreis der Jury des Sundance Filmfestivals für sein außerordentliches Filmdesign.

30. January 2020 - 19:30
Venue: Kino am Markt, Markt 5, Jena

PL 2015, director: Agnieszka Smoczyńska, 92 Min., Original w/ subtitles

Die Schwestern Srebna und Złota, zwei Meerjungfrauen, landen mitten im pulsierenden Warschauer Nachtleben der 80er. Zusammen mit der Band „Figi i Daktyle“ treten sie in einem Nachtclub auf und werden schnell die Sensation der Stadt. Dadurch kommt einiges durcheinander: Während die eine Schwester sich verliebt, entdeckt die andere ihren Heißhunger auf Blut.

„Sirenengesang“, das Spielfilmdebüt der Regisseurin Agnieszka…

poster Córki Dancingu movie

24. October 2019

Kulczycki Book Prize in Polish Studies‘ Association of Slavic and Eastern European Studies (ASEEES)

We are happy to announce that Jochen Böhler’s new book „Civil War in Central Europe. The Reconstruction of Poland 1918–1921“ – the result of his long-term project as research fellow at the Imre Kertész Kolleg – just won the ‚Kulczycki Book Prize in Polish Studies‘ Association of Slavic and Eastern European Studies (ASEEES) as one of two books, which are considered the best in any discipline, on any aspect of Polish affairs published in 2018.

Kulczycki Book Prize in Polish Studies‘ Association…

23. October 2019

2018 Hont Prize for Best Book in Intellectual History - Holly Case for The Age of Questions (Princeton UP, 2018)

We are pleased to announce that Holly Case, Professor of History at Brown University, has been honoured with the Hont Prize for Best Book in Intellectual History.

The Kolleg is delighted to congratulate Professor Case, one of our advisory board members, on this great honour!

BookcoverThe Age of Questions

02. October 2019

First Karol Modzelewski Book Prize Awarded to Włodzimierz Borodziej & Maciej Górny

We are delighted to announce that Włodzimierz Borodziej, professor for Contemporary History at the Historical Institute of the University of Warsaw and Maciej Górny, professor at the Historical Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, received the 2019 Karol Modzelewski book prize of the Polish Historical Society for their book "Nasza wojna. Tom II, Narody 1917-1923".
The book prize, which was awarded for the first time, is named after one of the key figures of Poland’s Solidarity movement,…