Ula Madej-Krupitski

PhD Candidate

Jewish History

My interests encompass a range of topics within Jewish and Modern European history. In particular, I study Jewish experiences in Eastern Europe, through the lens of popular and material culture, youth movements, consumer patterns, gender and social dynamics.

In my dissertation, I trace the development of leisure travel practices among the highly diverse groups of Polish Jews from the onset of the twentieth century throughout the interwar period. With the comparative approach that I employ while researching the sensibilities of Jewish vacationers vis-à-vis non-Jewish ones, my work aims to tackle vast and often vague notions such as belonging, assimilation and nationalism.

Ula Madej-Krupitski, PhD Candidate

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