The Digital Holocaust Memory blog may have been quiet in 2022, but we have continued developing research involving participants in the US, Europe, Israel and Australia. Highlights Public Engagement Project lead Dr Walden was invited to be a jury member for the first ever XR History Awards and was glad to be part of theContinue reading “2022 – A Year in Review”
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Serious TikTok: Can You Learn About the Holocaust in 60 seconds?
In this month’s post, Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann and Tom Divon, Hebrew University, Jerusalem explore multimodal education and commemoration of the Holocaust on today’s most popular social media platform. In less than a year, the trending short-video platform TikTok transformed from a mostly entertaining environment for lip-syncing, dancing, and other self-performances into an interest-based platform forContinue reading “Serious TikTok: Can You Learn About the Holocaust in 60 seconds? “
Holocaust Remembrance in a Digital Future: Towards Deep Truth or Deep Fake?
On Thursday 4th February, I was very honoured to join Stephanie Billib, Bergen-Belsen Memorial, and PhD candidate Tabea Widemann to discuss the tensions between ‘deep truth’ and ‘deep fake’ in digital Holocaust remembrance. The panel was part of a larger programme: The Digitalisation of Memory: Technology – Possibilities – Boundaries hosted in partnership between theContinue reading “Holocaust Remembrance in a Digital Future: Towards Deep Truth or Deep Fake?”