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Digital Testimony Collections about Nazi Persecution History, Education and Media

Thursday, 22nd November

9.00-11.00 Third Session of Parallel Workshops
Section A
Audiovisual Testimony Presentations for Education and the Wider Public
Section B
Video Testimonies in Museum and Memorial Site Pedagogy
Section C
Biographical Narrative Forms
Chair: Dr. Kori Street, L.A., U.S.A. Chair: Karen Polak, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Chair: Dr. Simon Rothöhler, Berlin, Germany
Anna Wylegała, Warsaw, Poland
"How to use Oral History? The History Meeting House´s Online Collections and Multimedia Presentations"
Alicja Białecka, Oświęcim, Poland
Integration of Audiovisual Testimonies in the Narrative Presented at the Authentic Memorial Sites - a Challenge to Museum Educators
Prof. Dr. Régine-Mihal Friedman, Tel Aviv, Israel
Revisiting "The Ghetto" (May 1942) and Finishing "A Film Unfinished" (2010)
Bernd Körte-Braun, Berlin, Germany
Video-Testimonies as a Digital Source in School Education "Witnesses of the Shoah"
Aya Ben-Naftali, Tel Yitzhak, Israel
I Witness. The educational Aspect of Testimonies in the Exhibition "Six Million Accusers"
Prof. Dr. Michael Renov, L.A., U.S.A.
The Facial Closeup in Audio-Visual Testimony: The Power of Embodied Memory
Dr. Bea Lewkowicz, London, U.K.
The Refugee Voices Archive: A Resource for Scholarship and Learning
Commentator: Dr. Matthias Heyl, Fürstenberg, Germany  
11.00-11.30 Coffee Break
11.30-1.00 Plenary Session: Practical Examples in Museums
Chair: Cilly Kugelmann, Berlin, Germany
Diana Gring, Lohheide, Germany
Historical Source versus Illustration: Integrating Eyewitness Interviews into the Permanent Exhibition of the Bergen-Belsen Memorial
Suzanne Bardgett, London, U.K.
Reflections on the Use of Oral History in the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust Exhibition
Freddy Mutanguha, Rwanda
Peacebuilding Through Education: Rwanda and the Kigali Genocide Memorial
1.00-2.00 Lunch Break
2.00-3.00 Plenary Session: Conference Conclusions
Section A: Dr. Eva Pfanzelter, Innsbruck, Austria
Section B: Karen Polak, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Section C: Prof. Dr. Gertrud Koch, Berlin, Germany
Practical Examples in the Digital World: Dr. Stef Scagliola, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Practical Examples in Museums: Alicja Białecka, Oświęcim, Poland
Moderation: Dr. Doug Boyd, Lexington, U.S.A.
3.00-3.15 Closing Remarks
Günter Saathoff, Berlin, Germany