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HAA-261290-18
The Holocaust Ghettos Project: Reintegrating Victims and Perpetrators through Places and Events
Anne Knowles, University of Maine, Orono

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Visualization and the Holocaust (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Visualization and the Holocaust
Author: Organized by Paul B. Jaskot
Abstract: Public conference with keynotes and paper sessions by Holocaust Ghettos Project team members, other members of the Holocaust Geographies Collaborative, and invited artists and cartographers. The two-day conference was followed by a one-day intensive brainstorming session to develop ideas for visualizing the Holocaust.
Date Range: January 17-19, 2019
Location: Duke University, Nasher Art Museum, and Duke Wired! Digital Art History Lab
Primary URL: http://www.dukewired.org/visualization-and-the-holocaust/

Three presentations as visiting lecturer (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Three presentations as visiting lecturer
Author: Anne Kelly Knowles
Abstract: Spatial Thinking Workshop with first-year seminar class; “Placing History: Visualizing the Past with Geographic Information Systems (GIS)” (brown-bag talk); and “Geographies of the Holocaust” (formal lecture)
Date: 9/21/2018
Primary URL: https://dss.lafayette.edu/2018/09/17/dss-welcomes-leading-historical-geographer-anne-kelly-knowles/

What Were Holocaust Ghettos? (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: What Were Holocaust Ghettos?
Author: Paul B. Jaskot
Author: Anne Kelly Knowles
Author: Anika Walke
Author: Justus Hillebrand
Abstract: Conference paper summarizing the Holocaust Ghettos Project and the historical questions we hope to answer.
Date: 9/28/2019
Conference Name: German Studies Association

Spatial Evidence in Testimony Workshop (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Spatial Evidence in Testimony Workshop
Author: Alberto Giordano
Author: Anne Kelly Knowles, session chair
Author: Paul B. Jaskot
Author: Tim Cole
Abstract: This workshop for graduate student and faculty Holocaust scholars presented basic methods for analyzing and visualizing patterns in Holocaust interview transcripts using entry-level corpus software.
Date: 11/02/2018
Conference Name: Lessons & Legacies

Geographies of the Holocaust (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Geographies of the Holocaust
Author: Anne Kelly Knowles
Abstract: Virtual guest lecture in Holocaust course taught by Robert Bernheim, University of Maine, Augusta.
Date: 11/09/2018
Conference Name: Undergraduate class on the history of the Holocaust

Mapping Movement To and From Ghettos (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Mapping Movement To and From Ghettos
Author: Justus Hillebrand
Author: Anne Kelly Knowles
Abstract: This virtual presentation discussed the challenges of mapping the movements of German forces and victims of the Holocaust, and explained our goals and ideas for bringing the two together through database design and GIS.
Date: 11/12/2018
Secondary URL: https://www.ehri-project.eu/exploring-refugee-data
Conference Name: Exploring Refugee Data Workshop, European Holocaust Research Infrastructure, Prague

I Was Here: Spatial Problems in Holocaust Survivor Interviews (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: I Was Here: Spatial Problems in Holocaust Survivor Interviews
Abstract: This presentation explained the difficulties of trying to locate and map often highly ambiguous but important references to spaces and places mentioned in interviews with Holocaust survivors. It concluded with a large map of two survivor interviews that Knowles and Westerveld have made, which introduces a new approach to the problem, called topological mapping. This paper was part of the public conference, Visualization and the Holocaust.
Author: Levi Westerveld
Author: Anne Kelly Knowles
Author: Tim Cole
Date: 1/18/2019
Location: Duke University, Nasher Museum of Art


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