Places

Hitchcock, Welles, Kurosawa, Riefenstahl?

By Luke Burke I was unsure of what to do on my first night in…
9 November 2019/by Anita Jakubik

How the Mob Mentality Affected Europe for 50 Years

By Maryrose Dollard In my studies in Central Europe, the information…
9 November 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The House of Terror: A Distortion of Public Trust

By Jacqueline Murrer Whether it be for art, architecture, or…
7 November 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The Transmission of Memory

By Esme Rummelhart Traveling through Central Europe, history…
7 November 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Beyond Monuments: Street Names as Alternative Memorials in Vienna and Wrocław

By Zoe Fruchter “The everyday phrases are the hardest to change,”…
29 October 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Monopoly on Violence

By Cesar Gray Say, if violence were a product, exchangeable…
29 October 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Video Documentary: White and Stupid Confessions of an activist

Hanz produced a short documentary about Maciej Mandelt, a full-time…
6 February 2019/by Anita Jakubik

The Holocaust and the Principle of Humanization in its Teaching

By Mia White The Second World War and its atrocities ended…
29 January 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Forgotten or Ignored; The Legacy of German African Colonialism

By Tayla Myree “No matter what government happened to be…
20 January 2019/by Anita Jakubik

A Proper Memorial to the Holocaust

By Alexander Wilgocki Europe, specifically Central Europe,…
20 January 2019/by Anita Jakubik

I Went to a Far-Right Nationalist March on Poland’s 100th Independence Day

By Raymundo Juarez My professors warned us against it. They…
20 January 2019/by Anita Jakubik

A Living Paradox: Black and American in Central Europe

By Autumn McMillan “In America, the color of my skin had…
20 January 2019/by Anita Jakubik

Who Are Memorials For?

By Jay Skelton As our group traveled around Europe, the most…
21 December 2018/by Anita Jakubik

The “Other” Jewish History

By Meredith Conway I don’t believe our visit to the POLIN…
21 December 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Desecrated Graves: Tombstones and Selfies

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

The Contrast Between Life and Death

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

Memory Culture, in Three Parts

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

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 Anita Jakubik
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