Uncovering Jewish heritage has multiple meanings here–it refers to my process of discovery about my own Jewish roots, the history of Jews in Poland, memories of Poles about Jews and Jews about Poles, commemorations of Jewish life in Poland, the remnants of Jewish culture in Poland, the murder and death of Jews and Jewish culture, and the return/revival/reinvention of Jewish life in Poland. Posts are written by Marysia Galbraith, cultural anthropologist, professor at New College and the Department of Anthropology at The University of Alabama, and Fulbright scholar in Poland for the 2014-2015 academic year. Guest posts are welcome. Contact me if you are interested.
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Thaddeus Bereday said:
Your work is amazing and inspiring! Thank you for sharing.
Marysia Galbraith said: