Wednesday 13 December
6pm – 7.30pm
Join us in conversation with eminent historians and scholars, Dr Hasia Diner and Dr Golan Moskowitz, as we explore some of the evolving technologies keeping Holocaust memory alive for future generations.
Learn about the different approaches used since the postwar period to preserve Holocaust survivors’ memories and experiences – from court testimonies, through to public memorials, and now, graphic novels and artificial intelligence. Leave having experienced a glimpse into some of the future technologies offering incredible opportunities to engage with the past.
About our experts
Dr Hasia Diner
A leading scholar of Jewish history, immigration history, and women’s history, Dr Hasia is the author of numerous books, including Lower East Side Memories: A Jewish Place in America, Hungering for America: Italian, Irish, and Jewish Foodways in the Age of Migration, and The Jews of the United States: 1654-2000.
Dr Golan Moskowitz
A literary scholar, cultural historian, and visual artist, Dr Maoskowitz is the author of Wild Visionary: Maurice Sendak in Queer Jewish Context. Golan’s work has been supported by a number of organisations, including the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture and YIVO.