Accessibility Navigation:

Course Detail

The Holocaust and Representation (=HIS 433)


History and historiography of the origins and execution of the Nazi genocide during World War II, with a focus on representations of the Holocaust and cultural memory practices in popular and public history, in the visual and performing arts and in literature, and especially in memorial structures and spaces.

This seminar includes a required study trip (at no cost to participants except for food) during the week of spring break. Students must agree to participate in the study trip in order to receive permission to add the course to WebTree.


Permission of instructor required.