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Prof. Adam Szpaderski Appointed Education Strategy Advisor to Stutthof Museum

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Prof. Adam Szpaderski Appointed Education Strategy Advisor to Stutthof Museum

We are proud to announce that our researcher, Associate Professor Adam Szpaderski, Head of the Center for Research on the Economics of Memorial Sites, has been appointed Education Strategy Advisor to the Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo, the German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1939-1945).

Education Strategy Advisor

Education Strategy Advisor at the Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo consults, issues opinions and prepares analyzes on programs, publications and educational events carried out by the Museum on its own or in cooperation with other institutions. The role also involves recommending and proposing own initiatives and strategies concerning the management of educational projects run by the Museum.

Konzentrationslager Stutthof is one of the main memorial sites in Europe and around the world. Being entrusted with the role of Education Strategy Advisor by the Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo is an honor and a confirmation of my expert knowledge, but more importantly, it provides an opportunity for our research conducted at the Center for Research on the Economics of Memorial Sites to contribute to the development of the education strategy of the Stutthof Memorial.

Associate Professor Adam Szpaderski, Head of the Center for Research on the Economics of Memorial Sites

 

Associate Professor Adam Szpaderski

Professor Szpaderski utilizes knowledge of management studies and related sciences to create the economics of museums and memorial sites. This new discipline deals with strategies of museums and memorial sites, effective management of education about the Holocaust and related crimes, as well as finances and macroeconomics of museums and memorial sites. The process involves research and promotion of strategic management and education standards of such organizations, in Poland and worldwide, their operational models as well as collaboration with national and international institutions, directors, fundraisers, donors, and curators.

Professor Szpaderski is an author of scientific publications and member of scientific societies in the field of economics and management. He is also a recipient of numerous awards. Recently he has been appointed to the position of Chairman of the Council of the Gross-Rosen Museum in Rogoźnica and Chief Consultant for Strategy and Education Management at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Oświęcim. He is also a member of the jury in the prestigious Sybilla competition, which recognizes the best museums and exhibitions in Poland.

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The Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo

The main goal of the Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo is to commemorate and document the history of Stutthof, the former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp and its sub-camps, with particular emphasis on the analysis of the problems and consequences of genocide, as well as raise the awareness and educate the public about the massacres in Piaśnica.

Konzentrationslager Stutthof was the first and the longest-operating concentration camp in Europe, established and run by Nazi Germans in the areas incorporated into the Third Reich, previously located in the Free City of Danzig, after the outbreak of World War II. The camp operated between 1939 and 1945 in Stutthof (called Sztutowo now), a village in the current Pomeranian Region in Poland. It is estimated that close to 65,000 people perished in the camp.

The Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo also has a branch in Wejherowo - the Piaśnica Museum in Wejherowo.

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