Afterlives of Socialist Realist Monuments in Postcommunist Poland

Nov 16, 2021. Bruges Triennial 2021: TraumA

Talk delivered as a part of the series “On the Afterlife of Monuments” organized by the Bruges Triennial of Contemporary Art and Architecture. The event was inspired by the project “Who is Afraid of Natasha?” by Joanna Malinowska and C.T. Jasper presented at the triennial.  (Event on the organizer’s website here.)

Shared Polish-Haitian History: Cazale and Beyond

October 18, 2019. Polish Museum of America, Chicago

Lecture delivered at the event “Cazale: The Story of the Haitian-Polish Community in Haiti,” co-organized by the Chicago Cultural Alliance, the Haitian American Museum of Chicago, and Polish Museum of America. This event was a part of the intercultural festival of art and ideas Inherit Chicago 2019.

Image: January Suchodolski, Battle at San Domingue, 1848.