Does the form of commemoration events alter when organisations are forced to move them online? This blog considers the impact digital has on what commemoration events are and could be.
As Holocaust Memorial Day approachces, we share some digital commemoration and e-learning resources to support remote memorialisation and education.
On Thursday, September 24th 2020, speakers from Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Bergen-Belsen and Neuengamme Memorials contributed to an online discussion about the relationship between digital and physical spaces for Holocaust commemoration.
On Wednesday 15th July, we invited a series of academics who work on digital Holocaust memory in different ways to discuss their research. You can see each of their presentations below: Imogen Dalziel, PhD Candidate, Royal Holloway, University of London Imogen Dalziel is in the final stages of her PhD at Royal Holloway, University ofContinue reading “Digital Holocaust Memory – Online Discussion”
If you missed Digital Holocaust Memory’s first webinar on ‘Holocaust memory during the Covid-19 Pandemic’ you can catchup on it here.
What might we learn from this year’s online-only commemorations in terms of how we might modify or augment future events with technology?