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A Famous Family

The Zamoyskis in the History of Poland: Politics, Economy, Law and Culture.

The Zamoyski noble clan of IMC Jelita has added some beautiful chapters to the history of Poland, in particular during the past five centuries. Among landed gentry and aristocratic families, they played a special role in all areas of importance to the state and nation: economic, social, political and cultural life. Enterprising but frugal, the family always worked for the good of Poland and Poles.
June 3, 2005 marks the 400th anniversary of the death of Jan Zamoyski, the most outstandingCommonwealth and, on a wider scale, of the Zamoyskis in the history of Poland. UMCS President Prof. Marian Harasi-miuk became interested in the idea and, in cooperation with Zamosc Mayor Marcin Zamoyski, led to its incorporation in the program of the Year of Zamosc.
We subsequently addressed the offer to all historical societies in the country and abroad: Germany, the Czech Republic and Ukraine, requesting participants in the conference to focus on two themes—Jan Zamoyski and his era, and the Zamoyskis' contribution to the history of Poland.
The number of submitted proposals surpassed our expectations, with more than 90 papers entered from Poland and abroad. Not all of those who submitted an idea followed through with their proposals, therefore the conference program will feature a total of 86 papers.
In terms of speakers, the conference may be described as the largest in the history of Zamosc, greater in this respect than earlier conferences in 1929, 1980 and 1994/95.
Conference speakers will include outstanding specialists of well-established academic reputation, such as Jan Zamoyski's biographer—Prof. Stanistaw Grzybowski; historian of Zamoyski's patronage and cultural activity—Prof. Jerzy Kowalczyk; authors of numerous studies on the cultural milieu surrounding Jan Zamoyski— Profs. Jerzy Starnawski, Stefan Nieznanowski and Jan Okori; authors of works on the history of the Zamoyski family—Prof. Marian Kozaczka and Dr. Adam A. Witusik; an outstanding specialist on religious issues in the Old Polish period—Father Prof. Jozef Mandziuk; military historians—Profs. Karol Olejnik, MirosJaw Nagielski and Jerzy Urwanowicz; and Prof. Ilona Czamariska, who specializes in the history of Polish-Romanian relations. It is particularly encouraging to welcome so many younger speakers to the conference; they provide hope that the issues connected with the history of the Zamoyski family will live on in coming generations.
The conference program is divided into two parts: plenary debates and section debates. The plenary debates are scheduled for Sept. 15 and 17, before noon. The former will feature presentations of papers analyzing Jan Zamoyski the man and evaluating his military, political and economic activity, his attitude to believers of other faiths and his merits in culture and the arts.
The latter plenary session will be dedicated to a discussion of the Zamoyski family's legacy and its significance for historical research. The history of the Zamoyski Library in Warsaw and the place of the Zamoyskis in the local traditions of the city of Zamosc in the 20th century will also be presented.
On Sept. 16, the conference participants will divide into seven sections, two of which will meet in Zamosc while other groups visit neighboring cities in the region.
The interdisciplinary character of the conference is one of its key features and includes topics related to history proper and literary and art history as well as more remote issues of nature and ecology.
The deliberations will be summarized on the third day as a conclusion to the conference. We also intend to publish the conference materials at the Wydaw-nictwo UMCS publishing house, most likely in two volumes.
The conference program, drafted in the course of many months of preparation, features a very rich spectrum of issues and questions connected with Jan Zamoyski and the family's history. Hopefully the conference will become a highlight in the Year of Zamosc and complement the Sept. 17 unveiling of the Monument to Jan Zamoyski.

Prof. Ryszard Szczygieł
UMCS and WSzH-E in Zamosc

 

The Warsaw VOICE - September 4. 2005



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