JOURNEY THROUGH JEWISH POLAND

Roots, Resilience, and Renewal

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Scholar-in-residence:
Dr. Tomasz Cebulski

Co-host: Talli Dippold and Rabbi Judy Schindler

Tuesday, May 10 — Thursday, May 19, 2022

10 days/ 9 nights

ITINERARY

Please read the two tour policy guidelines carefully. In case of any questions, please contact associate director, Aleksandra Makuch at amakuch@taubejewishheritagetours.com 

Double Occupancy

One Person
PLN 25,000 approx. USD 6,500
  • 5-star accommodation in Warsaw, Lublin, and Krakow
  • Full-time scholar-in-residence
  • Private sessions
  • Full-time Tour Manager

Single Occupancy

One Person
PLN 29,800 approx. USD 7,850
  • 5-star accommodation in Warsaw, Lublin, and Krakow
  • Full-time scholar-in-residence
  • Private sessions
  • Full-time Tour Manager

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Pay a 15% deposit per item

the most important sites
of jewish poland

OnlinE genealogy consultations

Small group, space is limited

Optional family heritage journeys

ABOUT SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE

Tomasz was born in Kraków, graduated with his first MA in International Relations from Jagiellonian University, Kraków, with a thesis on “Polish-Israeli Relations after 1989.” His second MA was at the Jagiellonian University in the Department of Middle and Far East Studies with a thesis on “The Role of the Holocaust Memory in Shaping Israeli Identity.” In October 2014, he received his Ph.D. from the Department of Political Relations at Jagiellonian University, with a dissertation on “Political and International Aspects of the Functioning of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in the years 1980-2010.” In 2000 he founded a research and historical interpretation center POLIN TRAVEL (www.jewish-guide.pl). It focuses and morphs history genealogy and guiding into a holistic visit experience in Central Europe. 

Tomasz holds multiple state guiding certificates at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Kraków, and Galicia including the Second World War Museum at Schindler’s Factory in Kraków, Polin Museum in Warsaw. He is an experienced genealogist and licensed tour leader in Poland and Central Europe. 

Cebulski is an author of multiple articles on the history of Polish Jews, genealogy, and politics of memory. Cebulski is the author of a book, “Auschwitz after Auschwitz. History, memory, politics.” The book debates the dynamic of construction of the Holocaust memory, provides an insight into the Auschwitz Museum through analyzing the politics of commemoration and conflict resolution a the side in the last 3 decades.