University Open Lectures Online


We are pleased to invite all Internet users, science lovers, those curious about the world, and the whole JDU community to a new initiative - a series of on-line lectures in Polish prepared by the University's staff, under a joint project entitled "University Open Lectures". The aim of the project is for the JDU academics to show the results of their scientific research in an accessible and enjoyable way to anyone who would like to find out more about the University itself and the research conducted by its staff. It is also an opportunity to experience an academic talk without leaving home comforts. Lectures covering different areas of knowledge (law, art history, economics, ethics, literature, health sciences) will be presented regularly, so there is a chance for every interest to be catered for.

1. "Intelligence" by Professor Aleksander Sieroń, MD, Ph.D. h.c. multi, Chairman of the Council of Health Science (Chair of Health Science and Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, JDU)


2. "Lighthouse keeper" by Professor Adam Regiewicz (Institute of Literary Studies, Faculty of Humanities, JDU)


3. "A few words about sign language" by dr Anna Irasiak 


4. PERCUSSION AND PIANOS ENSAMBLE performed by Robert Gawroński - piano, Jakub Brawata - piano, Andrzej Michalak - percussion, Marcin Serwaciński - percussion

Witold Lutosławski - Variations on a Theme by Paganini, transcription: Marta Ptaszyńska


5. AMALGALIS DUO performed by Ewa Grabowska-Lis - accordion, Daniel Lis - accordion Andrzej Krzanowski, Highland dance - Highlander


6. Asturias of the Spanish Suite, Op. 47 by Isaac Albeniza performed by Kupiński Guitar Duo - Ewa Jabłczyńska and Dariusz Kupiński


7. "Does art lie" by dr Agata Stronciwilk


8. "Accounting" by dr Kamila Urbańska


9. "Improvisation and harmony - the introduction" - dr Korneliusz Wiatr


10. Turkish March from Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major

Turkish March from Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major - one of the most famous works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the interpretation of the pianist dr hab. Barbara Karaśkiewicz.


11. Songs by Ignacy Jan Paderewski

"When the last rose withers" and " The Birch Rustles in the Grove”

Performers: Anna Noworzyn-Sławińska - soprano and Grzegorze Biegas - piano


12. "Games and plays for Polish children and the young at the beginning of the 20th century" by Krzysztof Kościański, MA


13. "Do you know what you eat?" by dr Przemysław Siemion, Sylwia Ptak, MA


14. "Dwarf Bébé of Lunéville a subject of medical research in France in the mid-18th century" by dr hab. Małgorzata Durbas, prof. UJD


15. “Safety of appetite manipulation as a therapeutic factor" by prof. dr hab. Wiesław Pilis - Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences of JDU


16. Jan Sebastian Bach/Ferruccio Busoni - Toccata in C major, BWV 564, Part I

Performer: dr hab. Maciej Zagórski, prof. UJD - piano


17. Works by Piotr Jańczak, Randall Stroope and Burt Bacharach

Academic Choir "Trzecie Piętro"

dr hab. Przemysław Jeziorowski - conductor

Piotr Jańczak - Kyrie, Randall Stroope - Cantate Dominum, Burt Bacharach - Raindrops keep falling on my head