Presentations, talks and lectures

Anne K Knowles

Recorded presentations, talks and lectures by members of the collective

  • Recording of first annual DiMatteo lecture, Visualizing the Holocaust, presented by Anne K. Knowles on October 21, 2020 at the Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education, University of Southern Maine, Portland.

  • Summary and recording of the 2020 Margee and Douglas Greenberg Research Fellow lecture, Geographies of Persecution in Occupied Paris: Place and Space in Survivors’ Testimonies, presented by Maël Le Noc on March 1, 2020 at the USC Shoah Foundation, Los Angeles, California.

  • Recording of Paul Jaskot's lecture, A Plan, A Testimony, and a Digital Map: Analyzing the Architecture of the Holocaust, on Monday, March 12 2018 at the Elizabeth and Tony Comper Holocaust Education.

  • Recording of the "Digital Visualization of Holocaust Spaces: The Broader Perspective" session of the USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Studies Digital Approaches to Genocide Studiesinternational conference on October 24, 2017 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. This sessions includes the following presentations by members of the collaborative: (1) Ways of Seeing: Problems and Possibilities in Holocaust Visualization by Erik Steiner and Anne K. Knowles and (2) Visualizing the Holocaust in Belarus: Communal Experiences and Memories of Genocide by Anika Walke, as well as a presentation by Caroline Sturdy Colls.

  • Recording of the "Beyond the Basics: The Capacities of GIS for Analyzing the Holocaust Spaces" session of the USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Studies Digital Approaches to Genocide Studies international conference on October 23, 2017 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. This sessions includes the following presentations by members of the collaborative: (1) The Expanded Potential of GIS for the Study of the Holocaust by Alberto Giordano, (2) GIS and Corpus Linguistics: Mixed Digital Methods for the Exploration of Forced Labor in Krakow District Ghettos by Anne K. Knowles, Paul B, Jaskot, and Justus Hillebrand, (3) GIS and Corpus Linguistics: Mixed Digital Methods for the Exploration of Forced Labor in Krakow District Ghettos by Tim Cole and Alberto Giordano, and (4) Using GIS to study family arrests and separations during the Holocaust in Italy by Maël Le Noc.

  • Recording of the lecture Visualizing Holocaust Geographies presented by Anne K. Knowles on September 30, 2015 at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine

 

Selected past presentations, talks and lectures by members of the collective

2020

Online -CAGR USC Shoah Foundation

In a talk titled "Geographies of Persecution in Occupied Paris: Place and Space in Survivors' Testimonies", USC Shoah Foundation CAGR research fellow Maël Le Noc will present the research conducted during his month long fellowship.

Online - University of Southern Maine

Anne Knowles will be giving the first annual DiMatteo lecture as part of the The Osher Map Library and Smith Center For Cartographic Education At University Of Southern Maine Fall Lecture Series. Her lecture is titled "Visualizing the Holocaust"

Online - Holocaust Educational Foundation

The webinar will feature a roundtable including several members of the collaborative to discuss the publication of the next volume in the Lessons and Legacies Series

2019

Chicago

Paul Jaskot, Anne Kelly Knowles and Justus Hillebrand will present a paper titled “Visualizing Krakow, Then and Now: Analog and Digital Methods for Analyzing Architectural Goals in the German Occupation” at the AHA annual conference.

Duke University, Nasher Museum of Art

Members of the collaborative will participate and present their work at the "Vizualization and the Holocaust" public conference at Duke University. https://sites.duke.edu/visholocaust/

Duke University, Nasher Museum of Art

Members of the collaborative will participate and present their work at the "Vizualization and the Holocaust" public conference at Duke University. https://sites.duke.edu/visholocaust/

Columbia University, New York

Paul Jaskot will be giving a talk titled "Visualizing Krakow under Nazi Occupation: Exploring Digital and Analog Methods to Analyze the Built Environment" as part of the Thursday Lecture Series of Columbia University Society of Fellows in the Humanities

Emory University, Atlanta

Paul Jaskot will be giving a talk titled "Visualizing Krakow under Nazi Occupation: Exploring Digital and Analog Methods to Analyze the Built Environment" as part of the "Map It" Public Lecture Series of Emory University, Atlanta

2018

London, UK

Tim Cole will give the keynote lecture, titled "Please mind the gap" : Integrated histories and geographies of the Holocaust and Holocaust memory, at the Beyond Camps and Forced Labour conference.

University of Pittsburgh

From January 15 to 19, Anne Knowles is Visiting Fellow at the Humanities Center, University of Pittsburgh. She will give a lecture on January 18th titled "Telling Spatial Stories of the Holocaust"

American University of Paris

Tim Cole will be giving a presentation titled "Reading one testimony, distant reading 54,000 " as part of  the "Big Data and Testimonies" roundtable  organized by the American University of Paris on February 15, 2018

The Wiener Library, London

Tim Cole will be giving the Toni Schiff Memorial Lecture, titled "Moving Holocaust Stories", at the Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust et Genocide in London, on February 26, 2018.

University of Toronto

Paul Jaskot will be giving a lecture titled "A Plan, a Testimony, & a Digital Map: Analyzing the Architecture of the Holocaust" at the University of Toronto on March 12, 2018

University of New Hampshire

Paul Jaskot will be giving a lecture at the University of New Hampshire on March 19, 2018

University of Sydney

Paul Jaskot will be giving a lecture titled "A Plan, a Testimony, & a Digital Map: Analyzing the Architecture of the Holocaust"  at the University of Sydney on May 8, 2018

 Zentralinstitut fuer Kunstgeschichte

Paul Jaskot will be lead a workshop titled "Trouble in the Database: Precision and Ambiguity in Historical Sources for Modern German Architecture" at the Zentralinstitut fuer Kunstgeschichte in Munich on May 17, 2018

Washington University, St. Louis

Members of the collaborative will host a workshop titled "Digital Methods for Working with Spatial Evidence in Testimony" at the 2018 Lessons and Legacies conference.

2017

Boston, MA

Members of the Holocaust Geographies Collaborative will present their work during a session at the AAG annual meeting.

Bristol and London

Members of the collaborative and other scholars will participate in the Holocaust Studies after the Spatial Turn international research workshop

Los Angeles, CA

Members of the collaborative will contribute to two sessions at the Digital Approaches to Genocide Studies International Conference organized by the USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research

2016

Claremont McKenna College

Members of the Holocaust Geographies Collaborative will participate in the 2016 Lessons and Legacies conference.