Szymon Rudnicki is Professor at the Institute of History, Warsaw University. His published books include works on the Polish radical movements, Conservative movement and Polish gentry in twentieth century. His field of research also includes Polish-Jewish relations. His book, Jews in the parliament of the Second Polish Republic, won the “Klio” prize for the best monograph in Poland in 2004. He has published numerous articles on Polish-Jewish relations, some of which have been included in a book, Equal… but not completely.