Public Presentations

From Intermediality to Entanglement: New Methods for Studying Digital Holocaust Memory

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Reflections on #Europeana2020

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‘Dark Heritage’ in Digital Spaces: Finding the Right Tone Online

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Monday 11th May 2020

The research from this project has never felt more timely than in the previous two months, and therefore it was with keenness that I applied to speak at my first international Zoom conference held by West Galilee College, Israel ‘Holocaust Research in Challenging Times’.

There appeared to be two, equally appropriate, responses to this call: (1) Holocaust research continuing during challenging times and (2) research about continuing Holocaust memory, research and education under lockdown conditions. My presentation (below) ‘Holocaust Commemoration from Physical Togetherness to Online Only’ was presented alongside an engaging panel of discussions about technology, testimony, photographs, and post-nostalgia and third generation ‘memory’.

Debunking Digital Myths

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Monday 4th May 2020

My public lecture Debunking Digital Myths for the wonderful Cape Town Holocaust and Genocide Centre from last Thursday (30th April) is now available in-full on YouTube and below:

 

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