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Published on Jul 6, 2014
A discussion focusing on the commemoration of victims as if they were heroes and the increasing role of victims' families in the memorial process. This shift has resulted in a new hybrid form that conflates memorials with cemeteries where individuals rather than historical events are honored.
Panelists: Harriet Senie, Director, Museum Studies Program and Professor of Art History, The City College, New York John Craig Freeman, Professor of New Media, Emerson College Charlotte Cohen, Fine Arts Officer with the U.S. General Services Administration Sally Webster, Professor Emerita, Lehman College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
This session was presented at the Monument / Anti-Monument Conference.