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91 The Holocaust and Memory Culture: The Case of Sweden1 KRISTIAN GERNER The Holocaust was not conceptualized as such in Sweden until the early 1980s. Until then, the main focus in both scholarly and public discussion of the Second World War was on the consequences for Sweden. The re- search project Sweden during the period of the Second World War, in Swedish “Sverige under andra världskriget”, SUAV for short, dealt with the war primarily from political, diplomatic and military perspectives. In this project, which produced twenty PhD dissertations in

Connecting Origin and Innocence Myths of Resistance in European Memory Cultures af ter 1945 Stephanie Wodianka My contribution aims at reflecting the characteristics that constitute European memory cultures of Resistance during the Second World War: What are the specific features of these memory cultures? Which modes of relating to a resistant past play the most important role in the process of making these memories? In order to approach these questions, I will pay particular attention to memory cultures in France and Italy, and especially to the time

Das Gegendenkmal
Avantgardekunst, Geschichtspolitik und Geschlecht in der bundesdeutschen Erinnerungskultur
Cities and Their Heritage
Series: Urban Studies
Media Constructions of National and Transnational History
Jewish Ghosts in the Polish Post-Holocaust Imaginaire
The Making and Unmaking of Cultural Significance
The Second Generation in Germany
Series: Sozialtheorie
Exchanging Young Discourses between Israel and Germany