The Digital Holocaust Memory blog may have been quiet in 2022, but we have continued developing research involving participants inContinue reading “2022 – A Year in Review”
In this month’s post, Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann and Tom Divon, Hebrew University, Jerusalem explore multimodal education and commemoration of theContinue reading “Serious TikTok: Can You Learn About the Holocaust in 60 seconds? “
2021 continued to be a challenging year balancing the demands of administrative and teaching duties during the pandemic with researchContinue reading “2021 – A Year in Review”
What types of posts were popular on social media this Holocaust memorial day?
In this month’s guest blog, Barnabas Balint reflects on the relationship between the digital and the material archive in hisContinue reading “Digital Tools for Understanding the Holocaust: Visualisations in the EHRI Document Blog”
In this month’s guest blog, Juan Manuel González Aguilar and Mykola Makhortykh offer an analysis of the different types ofContinue reading “Why (not) so serious? Anne Frank memes and digital Holocaust memory”
Presentations from our online discussion ‘The Holocaust and Social Media’.
Presentations from our online discussion about ‘the Alt-Right, and Holocaust denial and distortion online’.
Presentations from our online discussion about virtual Holocaust memorialisation
In late 2020, we hosted an academic discussion about the Holocaust and computer games called Playing the Holocaust – PartContinue reading “Playing the Holocaust – Part II”