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Interactivity in Holocaust Memory

Comparing Online Commemoration Events

Holocaust Remembrance in a Digital Future: Towards Deep Truth or Deep Fake?

Algorithmic Auditing, the Holocaust and Search Engine Bias

Capturing Experiential Authenticity at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum

Student Competition: Thinking about Computer Games and the Holocaust

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Holocaust Memorial Day – Distant Commemoration and Learning

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Online Holocaust Denial and Distortion

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Digital Holocaust Memory: A Year In Review

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From Intermediality to Entanglement: New Methods for Studying Digital Holocaust Memory

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Playing the Holocaust – Part I

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Reading Call of Duty: WWII as Digital Holocaust Memory

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Reflections on #Europeana2020

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Finding Virtuality in Virtual Holocaust Museums

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Digital Holocaust Archives – An Online Discussion

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Holocaust Commemoration: Between Physical and Digital Space – An Online Discussion

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Playing Memories? Digital Games as Memory Media 

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TikTok’s #Holocaust Challenge

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How can we Archive Online Commemorations?

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“I’m a Holocaust survivor and…” : reflections on the USHMM ‘Next Chapter’ video series

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Digital Holocaust Memory – Online Discussion

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Researching Digital Holocaust Memory – a Reading List for Students

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Anne Frank Virtual Tour of Bergen-Belsen

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Statues, Memory and the Digital

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Holocaust Memory during the Covid-19 Pandemic: An Online Roundtable

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Hunters – Amazon’s fictional Jewish Nazi-hunters

VE Day: Websites/ Physical Sites: 75 Years since the End of World War II

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Implications of Physical Distancing for Commemoration

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Debunking Digital Myths

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75 Years Later: Digitally Commemorating the Liberation of Bergen-Belsen

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What’s in a Name? An Unexpected Researchable Moment

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Holocaust Museums, Archives and Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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