• Statute
  • Founder
  • Board and Council
  • Discussed books
  • Summary of meetings

The aim of the Foundation is to restore the values of the civil society rooted in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. We hope that together we will manage to revive the civic space severely compromised by the partitions of Poland.

These excerpts from a lecture given by Prof. Andrzej S. Kaminski — the Founder of the Foundation — as part of the seminar “Memory – Identity – Responsibility. The Heritage of the Commonwealth” of 11-12 September 2006 in Warsaw, guide the activities of our Foundation:

"... In a system without civic-mindedness, where citizens have no sovereign power, the concept of “they” arises. “They” do something, everything happens “because of them”. Conversely, in a civil society, whatever happens is “ours”, “because of us”, and it is “us” who are proud or ashamed.

Civil societies have never been created other than through the struggle of local communities with the authorities, because no power allows real, though obviously controlled, local governments to develop.

It is quite right to promise things to people when one needs them. Noble citizenship was thus created, too — quid pro quo. But it was more than just that — a sense of what I call the civic space. It is a cry to defend freedom, a cry to defend the motherland. This cry could only reach an inhabitant of the civic space. But civic space was severely compromised during the time of the partitions and has never returned to its former vitality”.

Founder of the Foundation — Prof. Andrzej S. Kamiński

Professor Andrzej S. Kaminski, a graduate of the Faculty of History at the Jagiellonian University, in 1970-1982 a professor at Columbia University in New York, he has been a professor of history at Georgetown University in Washington since 1982. Professor Kaminski specializes in the history of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, East-Central Europe and Russia in the 16th-18th centuries. He completed seminars at Stanford University and Oxford University, and was a guest lecturer at the University of California at Berkeley, Fordham University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, University of Pittsburgh and University of Warsaw. He has been a foreign member of the Polish Academy of Sciences since 1997.

At the beginning of the 1980s, he was delivering public lectures on the history of Poland for the Polish intelligentsia newly arrived in the US, first at Columbia University, and subsequently at the Józef Piłsudski Institute in New York. Professor`s best-known activity for the benefit of Poland and, more broadly, the post-Soviet space, was his activity in the “East Central European Scholarship Program”.

After 1989, he joined the process of transformation in Poland and the mission of educating its youth. Since 2004, he has been lecturing at the Summer School at the Centre for East European Studies at the University of Warsaw, where students from post-communist countries are educated.

Since 2006, the Professor has been in charge of the project “Recovering Forgotten History. The Image of East-Central Europe in English-Language Academic Text Books”, which he initiated.

In recognition of his achievements, on 3 March 2008, Professor Kaminski was awarded the Commander`s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta by President Lech Kaczynski.

 Read more:

James B. Collins. A Tribute to Andrzej Kaminski (Georgetown University History, News Magazine, Fall 2015)

Foundation’s Board

Eulalia Łazarska — President
Spasimir Domaradzki
Małgorzata Gałązka-Sobotka
Bogna Gawrońska-Nowak


Foundation’s Council

Andrzej S. Kamiński — Chairman
Adam Jankiewicz
Joanna Konieczna-Sałamatin
Barbara Pendzich
Maria Pryshlak

Summary of sixteen annual meetings „Recovering Forgotten History. The Image of East-Central Europe in English-Language Academic Textbooks” (2006-2019)

  1. Eliyana Adler, Exile and Survival: Polish Jewish Refugees in the Soviet Union During World War II, Harvard University Press
  2. Gabor Agoston, The Ottomans in Europe, Princeton University Press
  3. Gershon Bacon, The Jews of Modern Poland, 1772-2000, University of California Press
  4. Fritz Bartel, The Privatization of the Cold War: Oil, Finance, and the Fall of Communism, Harvard University Press
  5. Wilson Bell, Stalin's Gulag at War: Forced Labour, Mass Death, and Soviet Victory in the Second World War, University of Toronto Press
  6. Vanya Bellinger, Von Clausewitz’s Last Campaign: Cholera, the Campaign of 1831, and the Lessons Never Written Down, Oxford University Press
  7. Doris Bergen, War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust, Rowman & Littlefield
  8. Serhiy Bilenky, Imperial Urbanism in the Borderlands: Kyiv, 1800-1905, University of Toronto Press
  9. Jadwiga Biskupska, Edge of Destruction: Warsaw Intelligentsia under Nazi Occupation, 1939-1944, Oxford University Press
  10. Eunice Blavascunas, Of Forests and Time: An Ethnography of the Bialowieza Forest, Indiana University Press
  11. Nicholas Breyfogle, Eurasian Environments: Nature and Ecology in Imperial Russian and Soviet History, University of Pittsburgh Press
  12. Paul Brykczynski, Primed for Violence: Murder, Antisemitism, and Democratic Politics in Interwar Poland, University of Wisconsin Press
  13. Roger Chickering, Imperial Germany and the Great War , 1914-1918, Cambridge University Press
  14. Anna Cichopek-Gajraj, Beyond Violence: Jewish Survivors in Poland and Slovakia, 1944-1948, Cambridge University Press
  15. Denis Clark, Passions and Policies: Poles and Poland in Western Diplomacy, 1914-1921, McGill-Queen's University Press
  16. Joshua Cole, Carol Symes, Western Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture, W.W. Norton
  17. Clare Crowston, Joe Perry, A History of Western Civilization, Bedford/St. Martin's Press
  18. Patrice Dabrowski, Poland: The First Thousand Years, Northern Illinois University Press
  19. Chris Davis, Hungarian Religion, Romanian Blood: AMinority's Struggle for National Belonging, 1920-1945, University of Wisconsin Press
  20. Robert A. Divine, T.H. Breen, George Fredrickson, R. Hal Williams, Ariela J. Gross, Randy Roberts, H. W. A. Brands, America Past and Present, Longman
  21. Zachary Austin Doleshal, In the Kingdom of Shoes: Bat’a, Zlín, and Globalization, 1894-1945, University of Toronto Press
  22. Siobhan Doucette, Books Are Weapons: The Polish Opposition Press and the Overthrow of Communism, University of Pittsburgh Press
  23. Catherine Evtuhov, Portrait of a Russian Province: Economy, Society, and Civilization in Nineteenth-Century Nizhnii Novgorod, University of Pittsburgh Press
  24. Catherine Evtuhov, Richard Stites, A History of Russia: Peoples, Legends, Events, Forces— Since 1800, Houghton Mifflin
  25. James Felak, John Paul II’s Pilgrimages to Poland, 1979 to 1991, University of Pittsburgh Press
  26. Gregory Freeze, Russia: A History, Oxford University Press
  27. Karin Friedrich, The Other Prussia: Royal Prussia, Poland and Liberty, 1569-1772Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh
  28. Robert Frost, The Oxford History of Poland-Lithuania, Volume I: The Making of the Polish-Lithuanian Union, 1385-1569, Oxford University Press
  29. Mary Fulbrook, History of Germany 1918-2008: The Divided Nation, Wiley-Blackwell
  30. David Goldfrank, Lindsey Hughes, Catherine Evtuhov, Richard Stites, A History of Russia: Peoples, Legends, Events, Forces, HoughtonMifflin
  31. Maciej Gorny, Science embattled: Eastern European Intellectuals and the Great War, Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh
  32. Mark von Hagen, Wars, Revolutions, Peace Talks and the Politics of National Self-Determination: Ukraine and Its Borderlands, University of Pittsburgh Press
  33. William W. Hagen, Ordinary Prussians: Brandenburg Junkers and Villagers, 1500-1840, Cambridge University Press
  34. William W. Hagen, German and Polish Anti-Semitism, Cambridge University Press
  35. Geoffrey Hosking, Russia and the Russians: A History, Harvard University Press
  36. Jonathan Huener, The Polish Catholic Church under German Occupation: The Reichsgau Wartheland, 1939-1945, Indiana University Press
  37. Adam Izdebski (ed), An Environmental History of Krakow, University of Pittsburgh Press
  38. Matthew Jefferies, Contesting the German Empire 1871-1918, Blackwell
  39. Matthew Jefferies, Imperial Culture in Germany, 1871-1918, Palgrave Macmillan
  40. Erik Jones et al., Europe Today: A Twenty-first Century Introduction, Rowman & Littlefield
  41. Pieter Judson, The Habsburg Empire: A New History, Harvard University Press
  42. Jesse Kauffman, Elusive Alliance: The German Occupation of Poland in World War I, Harvard University Press
  43. Frank L. Kidner, Maria Bucur, Ralph Mathisen, Sally McKee, Theodore R. Weeks, Making Europe: People, Politics, and Culture, Houghton Mifflin
  44. Valerie Kivelson, Joan Neuberger, Picturing Russia: Explorations in Visual Culture, Yale University Press
  45. Arpad Klimo, Remembering Cold Days: The 1942 Massacre of Novi Sad and Hungarian Politics and Society, 1942-1989, University of Pittsburgh Press
  46. Anna Krakus, No End in Sight: Polish Cinema in the Late Socialist Period, University of Pittsburgh Press
  47. Rita Krueger, Maria Theresa: A Dynastic Life, Oxford University Press
  48. Lukasz Krzyzanowski, Ghost Citizens: Jewish Return to a Postwar City, Harvard University Press
  49. David Clay Large, Felix Gilbert, The End of the European Era: 1890 to the Present, W.W.Norton
  50. Brian Levack, Edward Muir, Meredith Veldman, The West: Encounters & Transformations, Pearson-Longman
  51. Paul Robert Magocsi, A History of Carpahtian-Rus’ and Carpatho-Rusyns, University of Toronto Press
  52. John P. McKay, Bennett D. Hill, John Buckler, Clare Haru Crowston, Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks, Joe Perry, History of Western Society Since 1300 for Advanced Placement, Bedford/St. Martins
  53. Catherine McKenna, Liberty’s Double Edged Sword: The Liberum Veto and the Destruction of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, University of Pittsburgh Press
  54. David Mason, A Concise History of Modern Europe: Liberty, Equality, Solidarity, Rowman & Littlefield
  55. Michael Meng, Erica Lehrer, Jewish Space in Contemporary Poland, Indiana University Press
  56. John Merriman, A History of Modern Europe: From Renaissance to the Present, W. W. Norton
  57. John McNeill, History of the World, W. W. Norton
  58. John McNeill, William McNeill, The Human Web: A Bird's-Eye View of World History, W.W.Norton
  59. Helga Mitterbauer, Carrie Smith-Prei, Central Europe: Continuities & Transformations, 1900-2000, University of Toronto Press
  60. Jo Ann Moran Cruz, Medieval Worlds. An Introduction to European History: 300-1492, Houghton Mifflin
  61. Anna Muller, If the Walls Could Speak: Inside a Women's Prison in Communist Poland, Oxford University Press
  62. Alexander B. Murphy, The European Culture Area: A Systematic Geography, Rowman & Littlefield 
  63. Curtis Murphy, From Citizens to Subjects: City, State, and the Enlightenment in Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus, University of Pittsburgh Press
  64. David Painter, The Cold War: An International History, Routledge
  65. Jaroslaw Piekalkiewicz, Dance with Death: A Holistic View of Saving Polish Jews During the Holocaust, Rowman & Littlefield
  66. Anat Plocker, Homelands: Poles and Jews in Communist Poland, Indiana University Press
  67. Antony Polonsky, The Jews in Poland and Russia, Volume 1 (1350-1881), Volume 2 (1881-1914), Volume 3 (1914-2008), Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
  68. Paulina Pospieszna, Democracy Assistance from the Third Wave: Polish Engagement in Belarus and Ukraine, University of Pittsburgh Press
  69. Kinga Pozniak, Nowa Huta: Generations of Change in a Model Socialist Town, University of Pittsburgh Press
  70. Anna Procyk, Young Europe and the Birth of Modern Nationalism in the Slavic World, University of Toronto Press
  71. Alexander Prusin, Gabriel Finder, Justice Behind the Iron Curtain: Nazis on Trial in Communist Poland, University of Toronto Press
  72. Diana Reilly, Scattered: The Forced Relocation of Poland’s Ukrainians after World War II, University of Wisconsin Press
  73. Robin RemingtonRobert Evanson, Larry Watts, Paul Wallace, Codependency and Globalization: Central, East and Southeastern Europe, Rowman & Littlefield
  74. Nicholas Riasanovsky, Mark D. Steinberg, A History of Russia, Oxford University Press
  75. Randy J. Roberts, James S. Olson, US History, Pearson
  76. Aviel Roshwald, Ethnic Nationalism and the Fall of Empires: Central Europe, the Middle East and Russia, 1914-1923, Routledge
  77. Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe, Stepan Bandera: The Life and Afterlife of a Ukrainian Fascist, University of Pittsburgh Press
  78. Felicia Rosu, Elective Monarchy in Transylvania and Poland-Lithuania, 1569-1587, Oxford University Press
  79. Joseph Rothschild, Nancy M. Wingfield, Return to Diversity: A Political History of East Central Europe Since World War II, Oxford University Press
  80. Oscar Sanchez-Sibony, Red Globalization: The Political Economy of the Soviet Cold War from Stalin to Khrushchev, Cambridge University Press
  81. Michael Schaller, Robert Schulzinger, John Bezis-Selfa, Janette Thomas Greenwood, Andrew Kirk, Sarah J. Purcell, Aaron Sheehan-Dean, American Horizons: U.S. History in a Global Context, Oxford University Press
  82. Ruth Schwertfeger, A Camp Near Danzig: The Shame and the Silence of Stutthof, McGill-Queen's University Press
  83. Hugo Service, Germans to Poles: Communism, Nationalism and Ethnic Cleansing after the Second World War, Cambridge University Press
  84. James Shedel, Synopsis of Austria: A Brief History of Its Creation, Its Rulers, and Its Meaning, University of Pittsburgh Press
  85. Filip Slaveski, Remaking Ukraine after WWII: The Clash of Local and Central Soviet Power, 1944-1950, Cambridge University Press
  86. Kathleen Smith, Moscow 1956: The Silenced Spring, Harvard University Press
  87. Jonathan Sperber, The European Revolutions, 1848-1851, Cambridge University Press
  88. Jackson J. Spielvogel, Western Civilization, Thomson Wadsworth
  89. Gale Stokes, The Walls Came Tumbling Down: Collapse and Rebirth in Eastern Europe, Oxford University Press
  90. Orest Subtelny, Ukraine: A History, University of Toronto Press
  91. Oscar Swan, A Kaleidoscope of Poland: A Cultural Encyclopedia, University of Pittsburgh Press
  92. John C. Swanson, Tangible Belonging: Negotiating Germanness in Twentieth-Century Hungary, University of Pittsburgh Press
  93. Tatyana Tairova, Ivan Mazepa and the Russian Empire, McGill-Queen's University Press
  94. Magda Teter, Blood and Paper: European Diplomacy and Cultural Knowledge in the Aftermath of Anti-Jewish Libels, Harvard University Press
  95. Ronald Tiersky, Erik Jones, Benjamin Stanley (author of the chapters on Poland), Europe Today: A Twenty-first Century Introduction, Rowman & Littlefield
  96. Hendrik Willem Van Loon, John Merriman (Adapter), The Story of Mankind, W.W.Norton
  97. Jurgita Verbickiene, Jews in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, University of Pittsburgh Press
  98. Lynne Viola, Stalinist Perpetrators on Trial: Scenes from the Great Terror in Soviet Ukraine, Oxford University Press
  99. Iryna Vushko, The Lost Fatherland: Europeans between Empire and Nation States, 1867-1939, Oxford University Press
  100. Leslie Waters, Borders on the Move: Identity Politics and Territorial Change in the Hungarian-Slovak Borderland, University of Rochester Press
  101. Theodore Weeks, Vilnius between Nations, 1795–2000, Northern Illinois University Press
  102. Zbigniew Wojnowski, The Near Abroad: Socialist Eastern Europe and Soviet Patriotism in Ukraine, 1956-1985, University of Toronto Press
  103. Sharon Wolchik, Jane Curry, Central and East European Politics: From Communism to Democracy, Rowman & Littlefield
  104. Piotr J. Wróbel, All for Naught? Three Essays on Jewish Politics in Poland before the Holocaust, McGill-Queen's University Press
  105. Serhy Yekelchyk, Ukraine: Birth of a Modern Nation, Oxford University Press
  106. Jennifer Yoder, Crafting Democracy: Regional Politics in Post-Communist Europe, Rowman & Littlefield
  107. Andriy Zayarnyuk, Switching Tracks: Lviv Railway Terminal’s Journey Through the Twentieth Century, University of Toronto Press
  108. Thomas W. Zeiler, Annihilation: A Global Military History of World War II, Oxford University Press
  109. Joshua Zimmerman, Piłsudski: History of a Life, Biography of a Nation, Harvard University Press

Summary of sixteen annual meetings „Recovering Forgotten History. The Image of East-Central Europe in English-Language Academic Textbooks” (2006-2019)


  1. Eliyana Adler – Pennsylvania State University
  2. Gabor Agoston – Georgetown University
  3. Gershon Bacon – Bar Ilan University
  4. Fritz Bartel – Cornell University
  5. Wilson T. Bell – Thompson Rivers University
  6. Vanya Bellinger – Air University
  7. Doris Bergen – University of Toronto
  8. Serhiy Bilenky – University of Toronto
  9. Jadwiga Biskupska – Sam Houston State University
  10. Eunice Blavascunas – Whitman College
  11. Nicholaus Breyfogle – Ohio State University
  12. Paul Brykczynski – independent scholar
  13. Anna Cichopek-Gajraj – Arizona State University
  14. Roger Chickering – Georgetown University
  15. Denis Clark – University of Calgary
  16. Joshua Cole – University of Michigan
  17. Clare Crowston – University of Illinois
  18. Jane Curry – Santa Clara University
  19. Patrice Dabrowski – Harvard University
  20. R. Chris Davis – Lone Star College-Kingwood
  21. Zachary Austin Doleshal – Sam Houston State University
  22. Siobhan Doucette – Georgetown University
  23. Robert Evanson – University of Missouri
  24. Catherine Evtuhov – Georgetown University
  25. James Felak – University of Washington
  26. Gabriel Finder – University of Virginia
  27. Gregory L. Freeze – Brandeis University
  28. Karin Friedrich – University of Aberdeen
  29. Robert Frost – University of Aberdeen
  30. Mary Fulbrook – University College London
  31. David Goldfrank – Georgetown University
  32. Maciej Górny – Polish Academy of Sciences
  33. Mark von Hagen – Arizona State University
  34. William W. Hagen – University of California
  35. Geoffrey Hosking – University College London
  36. Jonathan Huener – University of Vermont
  37. Adam Izdebski – Jagiellonian University
  38. Matthew Jefferies – University of Manchester
  39. Erik Jones – Johns Hopkins University
  40. Pieter Judson – European University Institute, Florence
  41. Jesse Kauffman – Eastern Michigan University
  42. Andy Kirk – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  43. Arpad Klimo – Catholic University of America
  44. Anna Krakus – University of Southern California
  45. Łukasz Krzyżanowski – Freie Universität Berlin
  46. David Large – Montana State University
  47. Erica Lehrer – Concordia University
  48. Brian Levack – University of Texas
  49. Paul Robert Magocsi – University of Toronto
  50. David Mason – Butler University
  51. Sally McKee – University of California, Los Angeles
  52. John McNeill – Georgetown University
  53. Michael Meng – Clemson University
  54. John Merriman – Yale University
  55. Helga Mitterbauer – University of Alberta
  56. Jo Ann Moran Cruz – Georgetown University
  57. Edward Muir – Northwestern University
  58. Anna Muller – University of Michigan
  59. Alexander Murphy – University of Oregon
  60. Curtis Murphy – University of Alaska
  61. Joan Neuberger – University of Texas
  62. David Painter – Georgetown University
  63. Jaroslaw Piekałkiewicz – Kansas University 
  64. Joseph Perry – Georgia State University
  65. Anat Plocker – Stockton University
  66. Antony Polonsky – Brandeis University
  67. Paulina Pospieszna – Mannheim University
  68. Kinga Poźniak – Western Ontario University
  69. Prof. Małgorzata Praczyk – Adam Mickiewicz University
  70. Anna Procyk – City University of New York
  71. Alexander Prusin – New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
  72. Diana Reilly – Columbia University
  73. Robin Remington – University of Missouri
  74. Randy Roberts – Purdue University
  75. Aviel Roshwald – Georgetown University
  76. Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe – University of Hamburg
  77. Felicia Rosu – Leiden University
  78. Oscar Sanchez-Sibony – University of Chicago
  79. Hugo Service – Cambridge University
  80. Ruth Schwertfeger – University of Wisconsin
  81. Aaron Sheehan-Dean – University of North Florida
  82. James Shedel – Georgetown University
  83. Filip Slaveski – Deakin University
  84. Kathleen Smith – Georgetown University
  85. Jonathan Sperber – University of Missouri
  86. Jackson J. Spielvogel – Pennsylvania State University
  87. Benjamin Stanley – University of Sussex
  88. Mark D. Steinberg – University of Illinois
  89. Gale Stokes – Rice University
  90. Orest Subtelny – York University
  91. Oscar Swan – University of Pittsburgh
  92. John C. Swanson – University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  93. Carol Symes – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  94. Tatyana Tairova – St. Petersburg State University
  95. Magda Teter – Fordham University
  96. Meredith Veldman – Louisiana State University
  97. Jurgita Verbickiene – University of Vilnius
  98. Lynne Viola – University of Toronto
  99. Iryna Vushko – Hunter College
  100. Leslie Waters – Randolph-Macon College
  101. Larry Watts – Visiting Professor, University of Bucharest
  102. Theodore Weeks – Southern Illinois University
  103. Zbigniew Wojnowski – Nazarbayev University
  104. Piotr J. Wróbel – University of Toronto
  105. Serhy Yekelchyk – University of Victoria
  106. Jennifer Yoder – Colby College
  107. Andriy Zayarnyuk – University of Winnipeg
  108. Tom Zeiler – University of Colorado
  109. Joshua Zimmerman – Yeshiva University

Special Guests:

  1. Catherine Clinton – Queen’s University Belfast
  2. Sofia Dyak – Centre of Urban History in Central and Eastern Europe, Lviv
  3. Borys Gasparov – Berkeley University
  4. Jonathan Webber – University of Birmingham, Institute of European Studies of the Jagiellonian University



  1. Jennika Baines – Indiana University Press
  2. Nancy Blaine – Houghton Mifflin
  3. Alan Cameron – W. W. Norton
  4. James Collins – Cambridge University Press
  5. Ashley Dodge – Thomson Wadsworth, Pearson
  6. Susan Ferber – Oxford University Press
  7. Sonia Kane – University of Rochester Press
  8. Peter Kracht – University of Pittsburgh Press
  9. Janet Lanphier – Longman
  10. William Lombardo – Macmillan [Bedford/St. Martin's Press]
  11. Kathleen McDermott – Harvard University Press
  12. Susan McEachern – Rowman & Littlefield
  13. Priscilla McGeehon – Pearson
  14. Dee Mortensen – Indiana University Press
  15. Traci Mueller Crowell – Bedford/St. Martins
  16. Janet Rabinowitch – Indiana University Press
  17. Brigitta van Rheinberg – Princeton University Press
  18. Richard Ratzlaff – McGill-Queen's University Press
  19. Diethard Sawicki – Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh
  20. Stephen Shapiro – University of Toronto Press
  21. Gwen Walker – University of Wisconsin Press
  22. Connie Webber – Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
  23. Brian Wheel – Oxford University Press



  1. Felix Ackerman – European Humanities University, Vilnius
  2. Piotr Bajda – Cardinal Wyszyński University, Polish Academy of Sciences
  3. Anna Barańska – John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
  4. Agnieszka Barszczewska-Mikulska – independent scholar
  5. Grzegorz Berendt – University of Gdańsk
  6. Maryna Bessonova – World History Institute, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  7. Wojciech Bieńkowski – Lazarski University
  8. Błażej Brzostek – University of Warsaw
  9. Michał Buchowski – Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
  10. Adam Burakowski – Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences
  11. Jolanta Choińska-Mika – University of Warsaw
  12. Małgorzata Choma-Jusińska – Institute of National Remembrance
  13. Teresa Chynczewska-Hennel – University of Białystok
  14. Maria Cieśla – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
  15. James Collins – Georgetown University
  16. Kamila Dąbrowska – POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
  17. Grzegorz Dobroczyński SJ – Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
  18. Spasimir Domaradzki – Lazarski University
  19. Wolfgang U. Eckart – University of Heidelberg
  20. Wojciech Fałkowski – University of Warsaw
  21. Karin Friedrich – University of Aberdeen
  22. Michał Galas – Jagiellonian University
  23. Przemysław Gasztold – Institute of National Remembrance
  24. Bogna Gawrońska-Nowak – Lazarski University
  25. Rigels Halili – Centre for East European Studies at University of Warsaw
  26. Árpád Hornyák – University of Pécs
  27. Jaroslav Hrytsak – Ukrainian Catholic University
  28. Maciej Janowski – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
  29. Natalia Jarska – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
  30. Łukasz Jasina – The Polish Institute of International Affairs
  31. Władyslaw Jatcenko – Semen Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics
  32. Jacek Jędrysiak – University of Wrocław
  33. Martin Jemelka – Masaryk Institute and Archives of the Czech Academy of Sciences
  34. Dariusz Jeziorny – University of Łódz
  35. Dobrochna Kałwa – University of Warsaw
  36. Andrzej S. Kamiński – Georgetown University
  37. Łukasz Kamiński – University of Wrocław
  38. Igor Kąkolewski – Center for Historical Research in Berlin of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  39. Kamil Kijek – University of Wrocław
  40. Konrad Klejsa – University of Lódź
  41. Barbara Klich-Kluczewska – Jagiellonian University
  42. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, University of Warsaw
  43. Marek Konarzewski – University of Białystok
  44. Joanna Konieczna-Sałamatin – University of Warsaw
  45. Lidia Korczak – Jagiellonian University
  46. Marek Kornat – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
  47. Robert Kostro – Polish History Museum
  48. Waldemar Kowalski – Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce
  49. Adam Kożuchowski – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
  50. Natalia Laas – Institute of History, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  51. Magdalena Latkowska – University of Warsaw
  52. Daria Lipińska-Nałęcz – Polish Academy of Sciences
  53. Krzysztof Łazarski – Lazarski University
  54. Agnieszka Łuczak – Raczyński Library
  55. Zdzisław Mach – Jagiellonian University
  56. Dariusz Makiłła – University of Finance and Management in Warsaw
  57. Janusz Małłek – Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
  58. Gerald M. Mara – Georgetown University
  59. Mariusz Markiewicz – Jagiellonian University
  60. Juraj Marusiak – Institute of Political Science, Slovak Academy of Sciences
  61. John Merriman – Yale University
  62. Anna Michałowska-Mycielska – University of Warsaw
  63. Piotr Mikietyński – Jagiellonian University
  64. John McNeill – Georgetown University
  65. Michael G. Müller – Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg
  66. Grzegorz Myśliwski – University of Warsaw
  67. Joanna Nalewajko-Kulikov – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
  68. Andrzej Nowak – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Jagiellonian University
  69. Teréz Oborni – Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  70. Tomasz Ochinowski – University of Warsaw
  71. Jan Olaszek – Institute of National Remembrance
  72. Edward Opaliński – Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
  73. Krzysztof Persak – Polish Academy of Sciences, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
  74. Patryk Pleskot – Institute of National Remembrance
  75. Jan Pisuliński – University of Rzeszów
  76. Aleksander Posern-Zieliński – Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
  77. Jan Prokop – Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Pedagogical University of Cracow
  78. Michał Przeperski – Institute of National Remembrance
  79. Sebastian Rejak – American Jewish Committee – Central Europe Office
  80. Moshe Rosman – Bar-Ilan University
  81. Wojciech Roszkowski – Warsaw School of Economics
  82. Jakub Sadowski – Centre for East European Studies at University of Warsaw, Pontifical University of John Paul II
  83. Maciej Salamon – Jagiellonian University
  84. Endre Sashalmi – University of Pécs
  85. Ostap Sereda – Ukrainian Catholic University
  86. Vladas Sirutavicius – Lithuanian Institute of History
  87. Paweł Skibiński – University of Warsaw
  88. Iryna Sklokina – Center for Urban History of East Central Europe, Lviv
  89. Volodymyr Sklokin – Center for Urban History of East Central Europe, Lviv
  90. Oleksij Sokyrko – Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
  91. Boris Sokolov – Russian Free Historian Society, Moscow
  92. Urszula Sowina – Polish Academy of Sciences
  93. Dariusz Stola – Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences
  94. Tomasz Stryjek – Collegium Civitas, Polish Academy of Sciences
  95. Bożena Szaynok – University of Wrocław
  96. Jan Szumski – Institute of National Remembrance, Polish Academy of Sciences
  97. Jan Szemiński – Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  98. Damien Tricoire – Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg
  99. Igor Turov – National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  100. Jakub Tyszkiewicz – University of Wrocław
  101. Wacław Uruszczak – Jagiellonian University
  102. Jurgita Verbickiene – Vilnius University
  103. Zsolt Vitári – University of Pécs
  104. Mateusz Werner – Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University
  105. Hanna Węgrzynek – POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
  106. Marek Wierzbicki – John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Institute of National Remembrance
  107. Marcin Wodziński – University of Wrocław
  108. Andrzej Zakrzewski – University of Warsaw
  109. Krzysztof Zamorski – Jagiellonian University
  110. Tomasz Zarycki – University of Warsaw
  111. Andrzej Zięba – Jagiellonian University
  112. Andrzej Żbikowski – Centre for East European Studies at University of Warsaw, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews