Media Mentions archive
XXVIth Tischner Debate: Religious Tolerance?
Institute of Human Sciences in Vienna, University of Warsaw, and Kultura Liberalna are pleased to invite you to the XXVIth Tischner Debate devoted to the problem of contemporary religious tolerance. Should…
Has Poland managed to deal with its past? “Kultura Liberalna” in Oxford [WATCH ONLINE]
“Kultura Liberalna” and “Programme on Modern Poland”, founded by the Oxford Noble Foundation, warmly invite you to the exceptional international conference devoted to dealing with a difficult past in Poland after 1989.
Jarosław Kuisz in BBC 2 (video)
Jarosław Kuisz, Liberal Culture editor-in-chief, talks on Polish politics in BBC Newsnight.
Membership and Identity (23rd Tischner Debate)
Intellectuals and politicians will participate in the 23rd Tischner Debate, the latest event in a well-known series of public discussions. It will take place in the Column Hall of the Faculty of History of the University of Warsaw (26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, Warsaw) on 18th November 2015 at 6 pm.
[Live Streaming] Cracking borders, rising walls. European perspectives on the Ukrainian Crisis
The debate will take place on the 8th of September at 5.00 pm in Warsaw.
Karolina Wigura in Osteuropa on Polish presidential elections
An article by Karolina Wigura, Liberal Culture political section chief, has been published in Osteuropa 4/2015. In ‘Die ausgebrannte Generation’ she analyses the social context of Polish presidential elections…
Piotr Kieżun in Le Magazine Littéraire
An article by Piotr Kieżun of Liberal Culture has been published in No. 555 / May 2015 of Le Magazine Littéraire. ‘Le fil renoué’ concerns the influence of French literature on Polish intellectual life in…
Democracy, the Internet and Transparency. 22nd Tischner Debate
Leading experts in the fields of democracy and digital technologies will participate in the 22nd Tischner Debate, the latest event in a well-known series of public discussions. It will take place on 12th March 2015 at 6:00pm in the auditorium of the University of Warsaw’s Old Library (26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, Warsaw).