Places

How Hungary is Covering up the Truth about its Past

By Maryrose Dollard Within Hungary’s capital city Budapest,…
16 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Roma Persecution Across Time

By Aaron Alonso The Roma people have long faced persecution…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The Jewish Auschwitz Center: Putting Oshpitsin Back on the Map

By Jacqueline Murrer The town of Oshpitsin sits in the…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Germany Needs to Make Amends with Its Past Beyond Nazism: The Fight to Shed Light on Colonial History

By April Dvorak Throughout my studies in Central Europe, the…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Multifaceted Remembrance of Communism–The Good and the Bad

By Luke Burke Soviet domination of Eastern and Central Europe…
14 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Memorializing the Marginalized Groups Within the Holocaust

By Hannah Gavin As we are coming to the end of our travels abroad,…
13 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Don’t Judge Poland Before You’ve Walked Centuries in its Shoes, and Don’t Judge an Uprising by its Museum

By Esmé Rummelhart An anthropologist-in-training, I am eager…
13 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The Warsaw Uprising in Verse

By Caroline Simon During World War II, Warsaw was the center…
13 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Displaced Polish Children During World War II

By Kate Christie You’re a child, living in Poland…
11 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

In the Kazimierz district of Krakow, there stand seven synagogues

By Zoe Fruchter In Poland, the presence of this many synagogues…
11 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The Berlin Wall: More than Just a Physical Partition

By Madison Bollart  For the past couple of months I had been…
9 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Walls

By Cesar Gray We live much of our lives enclosed in walls, and…
7 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The Otherization by the Nazi Regime

By Aaron Alonso On our trip to Berlin, Germany we got a more…
6 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Comedy Post-Communist Wroclaw

By Luke Burke My favorite place to go in Wroclaw has quickly…
5 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Holocaust Memory Through Personalization

By Hannah Gavin Studying the Holocaust is an emotional task.…
5 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Mime Through Time: The Art of Henryk Tomaszewski From Post-Stalinist Poland to Today

By April Dvorak To enhance my experience of studying and…
5 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

A Memorial in Dialogue: Reflecting on History in Berlin

By Esmé Rummelhart Artists must make a multitude of choices…
5 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Resisting Fear: The Ringelblum Archive

By Kate Christie Resistance can take many forms. It can be physical,…
5 December 2019/by Anita Jakubik
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