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Desecrated Graves: Tombstones and Selfies

By Aren Burnside When examining history, there is often a…
5 December 2018/by Tayla Myree

The Contrast Between Life and Death

By Kristen Varganova As we’ve traveled from one country…
5 December 2018/by Tayla Myree

Memory Culture, in Three Parts

By Abbey Metzler One. I had been in Poland for just…
5 December 2018/by Tayla Myree

More than a Statistic: Memorializing Jewish Victims of the Holocaust as Individuals Rather than a Number

By Clare Toner As I entered Auschwitz for the first time,…
5 December 2018/by Tayla Myree

Observations from German History Studies

By Edward You During my stay in Berlin, the experience…
27 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

The Children of Atrocities

By Anthony Russo Before coming to Europe and seeing all the…
27 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

Auschwitz-Birkenau: Working in Secret

By Kyra McDermott In today’s recounting of history, Auschwitz-Birkenau…
27 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

Suffering for Freedom: Socialist Realism in Memorialization

By Taylor Krzeminski “Herein lies the strength of the Red…
26 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

Who’s Watching?

By Sarah McLafferty One of the most characteristic aspects…
26 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

Rethinking Remembrance

By Rody Conway The 20th century was a century of unprecedented…
26 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

What Constitutes a Good Museum?

  By Ciera Moore Since coming to Central Europe, we…
26 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

This History Is (Not) For You

By Aren Burnside Monuments, memorials, and museums all attempt…
26 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

The Birth of an Idea

By Raymundo Juarez At 6:00, on a Saturday morning, my alarm…
26 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

Nations as Extended Family

By Autumn McMillan I’ve been to five countries in the last…
20 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

The Political Power of Victimhood and Guilt

By Jay Skelton Everyone has been a victim of something, of…
20 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

In the Public Eye: Budapest Monuments and the Idea of Victimhood

By Mia White Budapest is known for its many gorgeous and unique…
20 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

The Roma Are People Too

By Clare Toner Part of what drew me to the Central Europe…
13 November 2018/by Tayla Myree

Let History Speak for Itself

By Kyra McDermott In every corner of the world, monuments…
13 November 2018/by Tayla Myree
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