Museums, Memory and Human Rights: A Transnational and Comparative Case Study
In the past decade, scholars have proposed that Holocaust memory facilitates the spread of universal human rights values and thereby promotes transnational and even global solidarity. To date, this argument has largely been based on the evidence of Holocaust memory practices in Western countries, and even so, it has not been thoroughly tested in the context of the public museum. Although human rights museums have emerged around the world over the past few decades, current research focuses...[Show more]
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