HIST 740 - Memory and History: Museums, Monuments, Collective Memory, and Public Controversies
Memory and History: Museums, Monuments, Collective Memory, and Public Controversies
Explores the contested legacy of the Second World War in Europe and the diverse ways in which it is remembered. Focuses on controversial public memories including the resistance myth, France’s Vichy Syndrome, German memory of aerial bombardment, the question of Polish complicity in Nazi crimes, and the place of the Holocaust in pan-European memory debates.
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