Places

“Commemorating the dead is part of human culture. Commemorating the fallen is … part of political culture.” War and Suffering Exhibit at the Military Museum in Dresden, Germany

By: Tory Russo This semester we’ve visited countless sites…
26 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Reflections on the Remains of the Wall

By Kelsey Klimara and Samantha Avalos While reflecting and…
26 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The Weight of Memory

By: Katelyn Olsen In a situation as tragic and unmatched as…
24 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

“Memories are built as a city is built.” – Umberto Eco

By: Tory Russo ...Or rebuilt. In Berlin - a city physically…
19 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

“Auschwitz Selfie Girl Defends Actions.”,

“Justin Bieber Hopes Anne Frank ‘would have been a Belieber.”…
8 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Reconciliation and Reconstruction in the 21st Century

By: Katelyn Olsen When working with the memory and reconciliation…
4 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Unexpected Connections to the Past

By: Kelsey Klimara I could probably reflect on my trip to…
4 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Paneriai Forest: Laid to Rest

By: Madeline Diorio It is like an old story heard throughout…
4 November 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Preserving the Lost Identity through Memory: The Jewish Victims in the Borderlands

By: Kara McGrane When visiting city after city, museum after…
15 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Beyond the Tears, Trees and Turmoil; the Road to Reconciliation

By Megan Newell Our two and a half week travel seminar through…
9 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The Axis of Fear In Historical Tragedy

By: Jacob Steckel It is a strange phenomenon that, when facing…
8 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Absence of Community, Absence of Memory

By: Page Garbee Dilapidation consumes the town of Krynki.…
8 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Experiences Within the Former Grand Duchy of Poland-Lithuania

By: Kevin Kuzniczci From the time I had appeared at the…
8 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Moving Away from Indifference: The Hidden Past of Vilnius, Lithuania

By Kelsey Klimara After traveling for 20 days and to seven…
8 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

“It’s impossible to imagine…”

By: Tory Russo For me, the easiest way to understand is through…
8 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Ponary Forest Massacre

By: Jake “Andy” Fabrizio Imagine the shock and outrage…
8 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The Borderlands Foundation and the Town of Sejny

By: Samantha Avalos Our two-week intensive travelling seminar…
7 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Remnants of the Past

By: Katelyn Olsen Perhaps one of the saddest sights to see…
6 October 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska
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