(May 17, 2012) Fatma Muge Gocek explores the Turkish denial of the Armenian genocide in her lecture, "The Public and Private Erasure of History and Memory: Ottoman Empire, Turkish Republic and the Case of the Collective Violence against the Armenians (1789-2009)." Then, Heidemarie discusses recent developments in the way that Western Europe remembers the Holocaust in "The Shoah and the Logics of Comparison: The Place of the Jewish Holocaust in Contemporary European Memory."
The Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies:
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Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
Tagged under: History,sociology,international politics,genocide,Holocaust,denial,Armenian,European,Shoah,Jewish,collective
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