Title

Holocaust Memory Reframed

Document Type

Audio File

Streaming Media

Publication Date

9-12-2020

Abstract

Since it opened in 1993, millions of people have visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. How does their experience compare to that of visitors to other Holocaust museums, such as the Yad Vashem in Jerusalem or the Jewish Museum Berlin? Jennifer Hansen-Glucklich is the author of Holocaust Memory Reframed: Museums and the Challenges of Representation.

Comments

This radio interview was originally broadcast on: With Good Reason: Virginia Humanities.

This broadcast is freely accessible on the internet.

NOTE: Dr. Hansen-Glucklich's interview is the first segment of this episode.

Publisher Statement

With Good Reason brings together higher education institutions and Virginia Humanities to make scholarly research accessible to all. Each week, we share exciting discoveries, rigorous debates, and new knowledge, with ever-curious host Sarah McConnell guiding the conversation.

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