Kosciuszko Chair & Center for Intermarium Studies

Dr. Chodakiewicz lectures throughout Europe

Marek Chodakiewicz in Poland, August 2015 (2) 444x718At the end of August, Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz returned from a lecture circuit in Europe, which has become an annual Kościuszko Chair of Polish Studies tradition. The lecture series was dubbed “The Thoughts of a Free Pole” to emphasize the importance of liberty – i.e. active initiative vs. slavish passivity – in the struggle to overcome communist and post-communist pathologies.

During his three-week tour, Dr. Chodakiewicz spoke in many cities in Poland, including: Warsaw, Łódź (where he discussed post-communist “transformation”), Wrocław, Bełchatów, and Łomża. The holder of the Kościuszko Chair also delivered lectures in London (UK) and Dublin (Ireland), where he discussed the history of Polish-Jewish relations in Poland in 1918 – 1955.

For an additional video of Dr. Chodakiewicz’s lecture in Warsaw, please click here.

To watch an interview with Dr. Chodakiewicz about nuclear weapons and the Intermarium, please click here.

Marek Chodakiewicz in Poland, August 2015 (1) 444x718