Spring 2022


Teacher Workshop

Jewish Childhood in KrakowJewish Childhood in Krakow
Wednesday, February 2, 4:30 PM

Virtually through Zoom


Historian, Dr. Joanna Silwa, discusses her new book, Jewish Childhood in Kraków. The book illuminates Holocaust history from the perspective of Jewish children’s experiences. A focus on children, the symbol of hope and future for the Jews, and a threat to the Nazi racial community, reveals what this age group witnessed and how the Holocaust affected young Jews.

Educators: 

Joanna SliwaDr. Joanna Sliwa, Historian and Archivist, Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany; Veteran MTI instructor and faculty advisor; Author of Jewish Childhood in Kraków (Rutgers University Press, 2021).

Listen to the author’s brief introduction to the book - 2021 AJS Honors Its Authors - Joanna Sliwa

Colleen TambuscioColleen Tambuscio, Founder and President, New Jersey Council of Holocaust Educators; Award-winning teacher and pedagogical consultant to the MTI for nearly twenty years.



Register by January 26.

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For more information contact Sarah Portilla at 848-932-4166 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..