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Known for  Writing
Name  Anna Bikont
Role  Writer

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Born  17 July 1954Warsaw
Books  My z Jedwabnego, The Crime and the Silence
Nominations  Nike Award: Audience Award, Nike Award: Jury Award
Similar People  Joanna Szczesna, Jan T Gross, Piotr Bikont, Barbara Engelking

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Anna Bikont (born 17 July 1954) is a psychologist and writer associated with the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper since its inception in 1989. Her book 'Le Crime et le Silence' won the European Book Prize in 2011.

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Life

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Bikont was born in Warsaw as a daughter of journalist Wilhelmina Skulska (real name: Lea Horowitz; 1918–1998), who came from Jewish family, and Polish writer Andrzej Kruczkowski. She has a sister, Maria Kruczkowska.

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Anna Bikont got her MA in Psychology in the Warsaw University, and worked there until 1988. Between 1982 and 1989 She was an underground Solidarity activist; co-founder and editor of Tygodnik Mazowsze weekly, Poland's largest underground publication. She was a co-founder of Gazeta Wyborcza, where she still works today as senior journalist.

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In 2011, 'Le crime et le silence' the French edition of her 2004 non-fiction book My z Jedwabnego won the European Book Prize.

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Her husband, journalist and director Piotr Bikont (1955–2017), died in a car accident.

Selected publications

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Books
  • Lawina i Kamienie (The Avalanche and the Stones, co-authored with Joanna Szczęsna), Warsaw: Prószynski, 2006.
  • My z Jedwabnego (Jedwabne: Battlefield of Memory), Warsaw: Prószyński, 2004; Czarne: 2010; also published in France, Sweden and the Czech Republic.
  • The Crime and the Silence: Confronting the Massacre of Jews in Wartime Jedwabne. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2015.
  • Pamiątkowe rupiecie. Biografia Wisławy Szymborskiej (Dusty keepsakes. The biography of Wislawa Szymborska,co-authored with Joanna Szczęsna), Warsaw: Prószyński i S-ka, 1997; Cracow: ZNAK, 2011; also published in the Netherlands, Israel, Italy, Spain, and to be published in Russia.
  • And I Still See Their Faces; Images of Polish Jews, (as an editor), 1996.
  • Małe vademecum Peerelu (Little Vade Mecum of Living in the Polish People's Republik, co-authored with Piotr Bikont and Wojciech Cesarski), Warsaw: Agora, 1990.
  • Selected Essays
  • „Anachnu m'Jedwabne”, in: Ha-heshbon ha-polani: Imut im Zikaron (Facing Memory: The Polish Account), ed. Miri Paz, Tel Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2007.
  • „A Belligerent Voice in Defence of Peace, or Europeans in Wroclaw”, Edinburgh: Edinburgh Review nr 121, 2007
  • „Lechosław Goździk. Il revoluzionario e il pescatore”, Roma: MicroMega 9/2006
  • „L'intimidee”, in: La vie est un reportage, Paris: Les editions Noir sur Blanc, 2005
  • „We of Jedwabne”, in: The Neighbors Respond: The Controversy over the Jedwabne Massacre in Poland, ed. Antony Polonsky and Joanna B. Michlic, Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2004.
  • „Ryszard Kapuscinski celebrates Herodotus” (interview with Ryszard Kapuściński), New York: Omnivore, A Journal of Writing and Visual Culture from the New York Institute for the Humanities at NYU, Autumn 2003
  • „Seen from Jedwabne”, Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Studies XXX, 2004
  • „Neighbours”, Index of Censorship, UK: Thanet Press, 2001
  • Selected Awards

  • 2011 - the European Book Prize for “Le Crime et le Silence” (“My z Jedwabnego”).
  • 2005 - the Best History Book of the Year, awarded by the Polityka weekly, for “My z Jedwabnego”.
  • 2005 – shortlisted for the Nagroda Nike (Nike Prize), the Polish equivalent of the Booker Prize, for “My z Jedwabnego”.
  • 2001 – the Grand Press prize - the most prestigious journalistic award in Poland, for articles on the crime in Jedwabne published by Gazeta Wyborcza.
  • Fellowships
  • Cullman Fellowship, New York Public Library, New York, 2008/2009
  • Visiting Fellow, The New York Institute for the Humanities at NYU, New York, January–March 2003
  • References

    Anna Bikont Wikipedia


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