Holocaust Studies: The Spatial Turn

@inproceedings{Lower2018HolocaustST,
  title={Holocaust Studies: The Spatial Turn},
  author={Wendy Lower},
  year={2018}
}
  • W. Lower
  • Published 16 April 2018
  • Political Science
Lived experience and the Holocaust: spaces, senses and emotions in Auschwitz
This article examines lived experience during the Holocaust, focusing on Auschwitz, the most lethal Nazi concentration camp. It draws on spatial history, as well as the history of senses andExpand
CONFRONTING THE COMMUNAL GRAVE: A REASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL RELATIONS DURING THE HOLOCAUST IN EASTERN EUROPE
Abstract This historiographical review focuses on the complex interactions between Nazi Germany, local populations, and east European Jews during the Holocaust. Braving fierce historical revisionismExpand

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