The Europeanization of Holocaust Memory?
The Jewish Catastrophe in German and East European Memory Cultures
The dismantling of the Iron Curtain not only increased access to the main sites of the Holocaust but raised new questions about the role of peripheries and non-German actors. How have German and Eastern European memory cultures been interacting since the fall of communism? How has the interpretation of the genocide against European Jews been transformed as a result? What are the key accomplishments and where are the limits of Europeanising Holocaust memory?