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(Deutsch) Berlinale 2017: Filme mit Kriegsbezug

Tuesday, 7. February 2017, 1551h No comments

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Berlinale 2016: Films that address War

Tuesday, 2. February 2016, 2334h No comments

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Thomas Geve: “There are No Children Here” (Cologne)

Tuesday, 6. May 2014, 1725h No comments

From 9 May to 3 August 2014, the NS-Dokumentationszentrum Köln (Nationalsocialism Documentation Centre Cologne, NSDOK) presents the special exhibition “Es gibt hier keine Kinder” – Auschwitz, Groß-Rosen, Buchenwald (“There are no children here”). After his liberation from KZ BuchenwaldThomas Geve, then 15 years of age, drew his memories of life in concentration camps. Proximity to death and the constant subjection to the guards are central to the documentary drawings; equally, they are a testimony of a youth’s will to survive. The NSDOK exhibition shows 75 of his drawings that since 1985 are part of the Yad Vashem collections in Jerusalem

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Holocaust in Comics (KZ-Gedenkstätte Dachau)

Thursday, 19. April 2012, 1349h No comments

From 19 April until 30 September 2012, the exhibition “Holocaust im Comic” (Holocaust in Comics) is shown at Evangelische Versöhnungskirche of KZ-Gedenkstätte Dachau. Curator Ralf Palandt, himself comic artist and founding member of Gesellschaft für Comicforschung (ComFor) (Association for Comic Studies), published a reader on right-wing extremism, racism and anti-Semitism (“Rechtsextremismus, Rassismus und Antisemitismus in Comics”) in 2011. Read more…

Symposium: Memorial Mania – Negotiating Social and Political Strategies of Memory (Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin)

Wednesday, 30. November 2011, 1303h No comments

The international symposium “Memorial Mania – Negotiating Social and Political Strategies of Memory” of the American Academy Berlin at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (9-10 December 2011) addresses contemporary issues of the culture of remembrance. The emphasis lies on memorials and not the least on German and American approaches to memory. Remembering the terrorist acts of 9/11 will also be an issue on their 10th anniversary.

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