When digital media was still being called new media, it was often referred to also as interactive media. The suggestion was, even by those critical of this term, that what distinguished this medium from others was its interactivity even if the interactivity was somewhat illusionary. This of course paved the wave for assertions that pre-digitalContinue reading “Interactivity in Holocaust Memory”
Despite the proclaimed successes against Holocaust denial and distortion in 2020, this blog post examines how we need to understand the phenomenon as part of wider digital cultures.
This week’s blog from guest contributor Lauren Cantillon asks how do the videos broaden our ideas of the ‘Holocaust survivor’ figure, while also offering a vision for creating a connective digital Holocaust memory?