Musings: SJM Journal is a cross-disciplinary, scholarly and educational publication that promotes research into all topics relevant to the Sydney Jewish Museum’s exhibitions, collection and programming. These include the Holocaust, Human Rights, Jewish culture as well as Holocaust memorialisation, Civics and Citizenship education and Museum Studies. It publishes articles on these subjects both to increase knowledge of these topics, and to improve and share expertise in educating about these difficult pasts.
All submitted articles undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymised refereeing by at least two external scholars.
Associate Professor Avril Alba, The University of Sydney
Dr Jonathan C. Kaplan, The Sydney Jewish Museum
Issue 2: Reverberations
As we witness the passing of the survivor generation, the focus on the transmission of Holocaust memory intensifies. New approaches to testimony such as holograms are being trialled in museums across the globe, while more modest ventures including the analysis of early audio collections are also underway. Other avenues of representation, from exhibitions to film and the visual arts, literature and musical expression also continue to transform Holocaust memory through new and creative forms of transmission. The second issue of Musings seeks to explore the form and function of these representational forms, asking how the memories of the Holocaust they create influence and shape scholarly and popular understandings of this event.
We invite contributions from scholars and practitioners working on original material relating to the issue theme to submit to the journal. Please review the author guidelines below for word length, reference style as well as further stylistic information.
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