Сведочанства у едукацији и колективно сећање
(8 am – 10 am EST)
Terraforming invites you to the “Testimonies in Education and Collective Memory” webinar. It is the third webinar in the “Holocaust, European Values and Local History” series and program.
Join us online if you are an archivist, librarian, museum curator, historian, researcher, educator, or just interested to learn more about the new role of archives in education about the Holocaust and in shaping of the culture of remembrance.
Arranging our webinar on this day, we will also remember Dec. 8, 1941, when the first Jewish inmates were brought to the concentration camp Judenlager Semlin. This concentration camp, also known as “Staro Sajmište”, was a death camp for most of the remaining Jews from Belgrade under German occupation. You can read more about it on our dedicated website.
Stephen Naron, Director of the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.
Dr. Martin Korchok, Director and Dr. Matej Beranek, Director of Education, Sered Holocaust Museum, Slovakia.
Aleksandar Bursac, Archivist, and Christian Obsust, Author of “Mapping the Places of Memory and Culture of Memory of Novi Sad”, of “The Archives of Vojvodina”, Novi Sad, Serbia.
The Archives of Vojvodina is our main partner in the project ”The Holocaust, European Values and Local History: Local Archives in the European Historical and Cultural Mosaic”. Find out more about all 16 partner organizations from Serbia, Austria, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, as well as institutions and experts from other countries participating in the project.
More info: www.visegradfund.org
More info: holocaustremembrance.com
More info: www.bmbwf.gv.at
More info: www.kultura.gov.rs
The project is part of the official program Novi Sad 2022 European Capital of Culture