German Memorial Landscape of the Holocaust and WWII
November 17, 2010

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Lecture Name

 

Lecturer Name

Duration
HH:MM:SS
Greetings   Prof. Aaron Ben-Zeev, President, University of Haifa
Prof. Manfred Lahnstein, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, ZEIT-Stiftung
Prof. Benjamin Bental, Director, Haifa Center for German & European Studies (HCGES)

00:15:29

       
Opening   The Stumbling Blocks and Public Responses to their Presence
Chair: Gilad Margalit, Deputy Director, HCGES

00:07:49

       
The Stumbling Stones in Germany - a Citizen's Initiative to Commemorate the Victims of the Holocaust.   Gunter Demnig, Artist, Cologne

00:13:29

       
German Public Response to the Stumbling Block Project   Dr. Linde Apel, The Research Centre for Contemporary History in Hamburg.

00:34:17

       
Discussion    

00:34:04

       
Opening   Memorialization of the Holocaust in Post 1945 Germany
Chair: Amos Morris-Reich, Director, Bucerius Institute

00:02:28

       
From Avoidance to Affirmation: The Evolution and Functions of the Holocaust Memorialization in Germany.   Harold Marcuse, University of California, Santa Barbara

00:39:08

       
1945 - Present:Germany and Austria in the New Topography of European Memory   Heidemarie Uhl, Institute of Culture Studies and History of Theatre, Vienna

00:28:56

       
Discussion    

00:22:30

       
Opening   Memorialization of  WWII in Post 1945 Germany
Chair: Harold Marcuse, University of California, Santa Barbara

00:02:16

       
Holocaust and Flight and Expulsion: Unmentionable Together, Unthinkable Apart?   Bill Niven, Nottingham, Trent University

00:30:57

       
The Complexity of the German Memorial Landscape   Gilad Margalit, HCGES

00:38:04

       
Discussion    

00:17:37

       
Round Table: German Memorialization of the Holocaust and WWII in the 21st century   Chair: Gilad Margalit, HCGES

01:11:22

       


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