THE FUTURE OF HOLOCAUST MEMORY (REMOTE)

Instructor(s)
Anthony Wexler
Senior Lecturer, University Writing Programs, Johns Hopkins University
Location
Online
Date
Thursdays, January 18-February 8
Time
10:00AM to 11:30AM ET

Remembering the Holocaust is seen as both a moral and political duty. But how should the memory of the genocide be carried forward in the public sphere? What forms of remembering are the most effective, accurate, or enduring? And how might new technologies, including virtual reality and holographic technology, impact Holocaust memory? In this short course, we’ll consider how Holocaust museums, educators, and novelists have responded to these questions, and what their responses might mean for the future of Holocaust memory. Readings provided by instructor.

Member of Lifelong Learning Cost
Members receive 15% discount
Nonmember Cost
$90