USF Library Presentations and Lectures

Title

Remembering the Holocaust

Interviewee

Rachel N. Baum

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Interviewer

USF Libraries Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center

Publisher

University of South Florida Libraries

Publication Date

12-4-2012

Abstract

The deepest wish of Holocaust survivors is that their experiences not be forgotten. But what does it mean to remember? In her presentation entitled "Remembering the Holocaust: Empathy and Historical Memory for Future Generations," Dr. Baum explores how true historical memory is an emotional relationship to the past that changes who we are. Drawing connections to the Armenian genocide and present-day events, she articulates a notion of "emotional responsibility," offering tangible examples of how Holocaust memory can be nurtured for generations to come. Made possible by a generous grant from the Jack Chester Foundation, with additional sponsorshop by the USF Libraries Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center and the USF College of Education, Department of Secondary Education.

Keywords

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Memorials, Psychological aspects, Monuments, Memory

Description

1 electronic resource (42:47 min.).

Subject: topical

Holocaust; Jewish (1939-1945); Memorials; Psychological aspects; Monuments; Memory

Language

English

Type

MovingImage

Format

video/mp4

Holding Location

University of South Florida

Collection

USF Library Presentations and Lectures

Identifier

U31-00015

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