Thursday, March 27, 2008
Sites of Conscience: Opening Historic Sites for Civic Dialogue. No. 519.
Sites of Conscience:
* interpret history through historic sites;
* engage in programs that stimulate dialogue on pressing social issues;
* promote humanitarian and democratic values as a primary function; and
* share opportunities for public involvement in issues raised at the site.
Public Historian. Volume 30 (Winter 2008).
The Reconstruction of Memory at Constitution Hill
Churchill Madakida, Lauren Segal, and Clive van den Berg
Places of Memory as a Tool for Education: The “Peace in Four Voices Summer Camps” at Monte Sole
Nadia Baiesi, Marzia Gigli, Elena Monicelli, and Roberta Pellizzoli
The Museum as a Democracy-Building Institution: Reflections on the Shared Journeys Program at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum
The District Six Museum: An Ordinary People’s Place
Challenges on the Road to Memory
Maria Laura Guembe
Activities of Terezin Memorial
Public Commemoration: A Case Study
The Struggle to Control the Past: Commemoration, Memory, and the Bear River Massacre of 1863
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