Teaching the Holocaust Through Digital History

CONTENT WARNINGAttached photographs might be disturbing for some viewers While I am not a teacher, I have thought a lot about how digital history can be used in the classroom to teach Holocaust history. For example, TikTok is an incredibly popular platform — even the hashtag #history has more than 56 billion views. Given that… Continue reading Teaching the Holocaust Through Digital History

Analyzing “History Unfolded”

In tasked with analyzing a public history project of our choosing, I was naturally drawn to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s (USHMM) “History Unfolded: US Newspapers and the Holocaust.” I had been previously been made aware of this project, though I had never looked too much into it. Below is a screenshot from the… Continue reading Analyzing “History Unfolded”