Nicolaus Copernicus University to offer Holocaust education 

Uniwersytet Mikołąja Kopernika w Toruniu

The Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń has received a grant from the University Partnership Program in Holocaust Studies. The funds awarded by the Claims Conference. The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany from New York is intended to provide courses on the Holocaust for one year, with the possibility of extending the programme for a further three years.

The University of Toruń was one of three academic institutions to receive a grant in this year’s competition. Thanks to the funding, the following classes were added to the offer of university-wide lectures in the winter semester: Introduction to the History of the Holocaust, The Holocaust of the Jews during World War II and Sources for the History of the Holocaust.

In the summer semester of the 2022/2023 academic year, the following courses have been scheduled: The World after the Holocaust. The image of the Holocaust in literature and film, and Holocaust – memorial sites and research institutions,”.

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