Marginalisation through commemoration: trends and practices in Holocaust education in the United Kingdom

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Abstract

This provocation reflects on trends in Holocaust education in the UK. It argues that an emphasis on cultivating memory means much teaching and learning about the Holocaust is commemorative rather than educational. In this pursuit it forwards five theses about the current condition of much teaching and learning about the Holocaust.

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Pearce, A. (2020). Marginalisation through commemoration: trends and practices in Holocaust education in the United Kingdom. War and Society, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1080/07292473.2020.1786891

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