Mapping the Holocaust will explore the many geographical dimensions of Holocaust places, including concentration and labor camps and Jewish ghettos. .. Read more We will also explore research and presentation techniques being used to incorporate survivorsâ€™ memories of Holocaust experiences into maps, spatial diagrams, and other data visualizations. Mapping the Holocaust is both a vital effort to tell a more integrated history of the Holocaustâ€”placing people in the midst of life-changing eventsâ€”and a means of telling stories of trauma and escape, hiding and vulnerability, loss and survival.
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