The team of the research project „Our Mythical Childhood... The Reception of Classical Antiquity in Children’s and Young Adults’ Culture in Response to Regional and Global Challenges” implemented at the Faculty of “Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw is working on the English database of world literature and culture for children and young adults inspired by Classical Antiquity (for more information about the project see: http://www.omc.obta.al.uw.edu.pl/ .
We are looking for people interested in this subject to elaborate entries to the database. Entries apply/relates to the texts of culture for children and young adults - in literature, audio-visual art, music and object of material culture.
People willing to participate in creation of the database should meet the following criteria:
Patronage of the Faculty of "Artes Liberales" over the Polish-Classical Classes in the Mikołaj Rej XI High School in Warsaw
In 2015 the Faculty of "Artes Liberales" UW gave its scholarly patronage over the Polish-Classical classes in the Mikołaj Rej XI High School in Warsaw. OBTA has the honour to cooridate our collaboration. We extend our warmest greetings to all Rej-Students! Macte Animo!
The following lectures, classes, and workshops have been carried out so far:
|School year 2016/2017 – the leading theme Myths and We|
07.03.2017 Dr Przemysław Kaniecki – zajęcia pt. Topografia Hadesu we "Wniebowstąpieniu" Tadeusza Konwickiego
|07.02.2017 Prof. Maciej Abramowicz – classes Not Only Homer. On a Different Mythology|
|18.10.2016 Dr. Elizabeth Hale (University of New England, Australia) – classes Classical Antiquity in Children’s Literature from Australia and New Zealand|
|School year 2015/2016 – the leading theme: In the Circle of Our Masters|
28.04.2016 Prof. Maria Kalinowska – classes Juliusz Słowacki's Greek Journey, about the Poet's manuscript discovered a few years ago
16.03.2016 Katarzyna Jasińska-Zdun, MA – classes Paleography, or How to Read the Works by Ancient Masters
16.12.2015 Dr. Przemysław Kordos – classes Socrates and Zorba, or to Be or Not to Be a Greek, and if to Be, Then Which One?
25.11.2015 Prof. Małgorzata Borowska – classes Travels with Odysseus
We are going to school!
|10.04.2017 Prof. Maciej Abramowicz – From Mediterranean Culture to the Reflections on the Sense of the Humanities in Władysław Broniewski I High School in Świdnik|
|27.03.2017 Prof. Maciej Abramowicz – classes The Mediterranean Sea: From Unity to Diversity of Languages and Cultures in the Art School Complex in Lublin|
08.02.2017 Prof. Maciej Abramowicz – classes The Mediterranean Sea: From Unity to Diversity of Languages and Cultures in the Władysław IVth VIII High School in Warsaw
|15.12.2016 Katarzyna Marciniak – A Meeting with Mythology in the Heroes of Pawiak Elementary School Nr. 210 in Warsaw, two gropus, within the Scientific Cafe' of the Polish Young Academy at the Polish Academy of Sciences.|
|20.10.2016 Katarzyna Marciniak – a meeting with children from the Kindergarten Nr. 50 in Warsaw, two groups|
|07.10.2016 Katarzyna Marciniak – classes In the Labyrinth of Myths in the Juliusz Słowacki VII High School in Warsaw|
|18.06.2015 Stefano Redaelli – classes La cultura (le culture?)... italiana – Dante, Galileo e Primo Levi in Jan Dąbrowski XXXVII High School in Warsaw|
|18.09.2015 Katarzyna Marciniak – classes Antiquity and We in the Juliusz Słowacki VII High School in Warsaw|
|24.09.2015 Joanna Kłos – classes Antiquity in Warsaw in the Juliusz Słowacki VII High School in Warsaw|
|24.05.2015 Katarzyna Marciniak – participation in the Literature Picnic for Children in the Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature in Warsaw, workshops Perseus and Medusa. On Mythology in the Italian Art|
|09.05.2015 Katarzyna Marciniak and Krzysztof Rutkowski and students and doctoral students of the Faculty of "Artes Liberales": Victoryia Bartsevich, Sylwia Chmielewska, Joanna Kłos, Michał Kucharski, Agnieszka Maciejewska, Jan Podniesiński, Agnieszka Robakiewicz, Krzysztof Rybak, Zuzanna Wiśnicka-Tomalak – The Ancients at the Table, or Mythological Snacks – presentation at the 19th Science Picnic of the Polish Radio and the Copernicus Science Centre under the banner Let's Cast Light on the Gastrointestinal System, within the Polish Young Academy at the Polish Academy of Sciences|
|27.02.2015 Katarzyna Marciniak – lecture Reading the World, or Why the Classics? in the Mikołaj Rej XI High School on the 25th Anniversary of the Classical Class|
|21.09.2014 Sylwia Chmielewska and Joanna Kłos – participation it the Festival of Science in the Jabłonna Palace, presentation A Meeting above Time with Greek and Roman Mythology, within the Young Scholars Academy at the Polish Academy of Sciences|
|31.05.2014 Katarzyna Marciniak and the doctoral students of the Faculty of "Artes Liberales": Sylwia Chmielewska, Joanna Kłos, Michał Kucharski – a panel on the reception of Classical Antiquity A Meeting above Time with Greek and Roman Mythology, within the Polish Young Academy at the Polish Academy of Sciences at the 18th Science Picnic of the Polish Radio and the Copernicus Science Centre (the presentation prepared for this panel was also shown at the Festival of Science in the Jabłonna Palace, vide above)|
|08.04.2014 Students' and doctoral students' conferece Antiquity Reloaded. The Graeco-Roman Tradition in Culture. Conference booklet|
|08.03.2014 Joanna Kłos and Katarzyna Marciniak – participation in the workshops for the pupils of the Polish Children's Fund, at the Faculty of "Artes Liberales" UW, coordinators Michał Mizera and Krzysztof Rutkowski|
|14.02.2014 Katarzyna Marciniak – two classes on the ancient myths for the pupils of the Polish Olympians Elementary School Nr. 323 in Warsaw|
|06.02.2014 Katarzyna Marciniak – two classes on the ancient myths for the pupils of the Friends of Grochów Elementary School Nr. 72 in Warsaw|
|27.09.2013 Katarzyna Marciniak – classes on the reception of Classical Antiquity at the Juliusz Słowacki VII High School in Warsaw on the occasion of the School's Ancient Day|
|15.06.2012 Katarzyna Marciniak – classes on the ancient myths for the pupils of the Polish Olympians Elementary School Nr. 323 in Warsaw|