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Insegnare la Shoah, studiosi a confronto
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March 22, 2013
 
 
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The international conference “From Memory to the Archive” focuses on the historiography of the Shoah and the problems that arise from the disappearance of the last witness. A distinguished group of scholars will analyze how and in what manner issues, perspectives and methodologies of standard Shoah studies are changing.
With the support of NYU Provost´s Global Research Initiatives

 
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9:30-9:45am Introduction
Ellyn Toscano
, New York University Florence
Patrizia Grimaldi Pizzorno, New York University Florence and University of Siena 

9:45-10:30 Keynote Adress: Golden Harvest, Events at the Periphery of the Holocaust
Jan Gross, Princeton University  

10:30-12:30pm Session 1
Gabriella Etmektsoglou, Moderator, New York University Berlin

When the Living Memory is Lost: The Archives of Memory and the Writing of History
Henriette-Rika Benveniste, University of Thessaly

The Politics of Historical Memory in Hungary
Mária M. Kovács
, Central European University

Beyond the “Era of the Witness”? On the Birth of the ‘New Witnesses’ and the Crisis of History
Guri Schwarz, University of Pisa

12:30 - 2:00 Lunch

2:00-4:00 Session II
Ruth Ben Ghiat, Moderator

Holocaust Studies and Genocide Studies: A Fraught Relationship?
Dirk Moses, European University Institute

A Reading of the Works of Primo Levi and the Autobiography of Frederick Douglas
Alessandro Portelli, University of Rome La Sapienza

The Oral Archive of Andrea Devoto: Memories of the Tuscan Survivors of the Shoah (1987-1989)
Giovanni Contini Bonacossi, Soprintendenza Archivistica per la Toscana

4:00-4:15 Coffee break

4:15-4:45 Recounting, Retrieving, Rereading: Approaches to the Histories of Genocide
Charles Maier, Harvard University 

4:45-6:00pm Concluding discussion

 
 
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