(cross-listed with 01:510:370:90)
This Contemporary Challenges course examines Holocaust memory as a model for learning lessons from the past in order to respond to traumatic losses, address present social injustices, and prevent future acts of intolerance. The course analyzes the development of Holocaust memory from the end of World War II to the present. Examples studied include documentary and fictional film, video, radio and television broadcasting, museums, tourist practices, monuments, and visual art.
This course fulfills Core requirement CCD.
Spring 2024 taught by Professor Shandler.
Hybrid course: Meets in person on Tuesdays ONLY, 12:10-1:30 PM, Miller Hall 115
Have questions? You can email Professor Shandler at