Field Guide to Jewish Warsaw and Kraków: Warsaw Map Route 1

One of eight unique walking tours in Warsaw and Krakow showcasing Jewish heritage.

Helise Lieberman, Director, with a group of American high school students

The Taube Center's Jewish Heritage Tours explore Poland's complex past and intriguing present.

Taube Center's Jewish Heritage Tours.

The first MFA group gather beneath famous Polish composer Chopin monument in Warsaw Lazienki park.

Mi Dor Le Dor

Witek Dąbrowski pointing out Jewish sites on a model of Lublin to Mi Dor Le Dor fellows during their day-long study visit in Lublin.

Taube Center Spotlights

Special Meeting and Conversation with Prof. Deborah E. Lipstadt

Taube Center for the Renewal of Jewish Life in Poland Foundation and Political Critique cordially invites for a special meeting and conversation with prof. Deborah E. Lipstadt.
Deborah E. Lipstadt is an American professor of history, the author of the book "Denial: Holocaust History on Trial" and the heroine of the film "Denial" by Mick Jackson.

Taube Foundation receives Krakow Patron of Culture Award

We are honored that the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture has been awarded the 20th annual Krakow Patron of Culture Award, specifically the highest level of the award in the donor category, which is titled "Golden Donor Statue."

Tad Taube honored with 2016 Camera of David Award

On November 21, the opening night of the 14th annual Warsaw Jewish Film Festival, Tad Taube was honored with the 2016 Camera of David Award in recognition of his support of the revival of Jewish culture in Poland.

Exploring Poland Polin 2016

The Taube Center has been awarded a grant by the Polish Senate in support of the third year of its flagship heritage study tour program: “Exploring Poland/Polin Heritage Study Tour – Summer 2016”. The first cohort of 15 students from universities from around the United States will begin the program in Warsaw on June 15th.

Mi Dor Le Dor V

Mi Dor Le Dor program, now in its fifth year, is wrapping up its final project – a publication of essays written by the participants about heritage transmission. The project, guided by artist in residence, Mikolaj Grynberg, well-known Polish photographer, has taught students skills in interviewing,