Which possibilities and strategies of action for self-assertion do people from the administrative district of Düsseldorf who were persecuted as Jewish use in the face of Nazi persecution policies? Which spaces of experience and perspectives on the topic of persecution-related migration and flight do we encounter when dealing with historical source materials? In the lecture, Eva Krane provides insights into our current educational and research work on the topic of (forced) migration and flight by means of individual biographies of persecutees who left their homeland between 1933 and 1941 with different destinations and by different routes (Photo: Migration and flight stories in the educational work of the Place of Remembrance).
Eva Krane is a research assistant at the Alter Schlachthof Place of Remembrance and responsible for the project "(Forced) Migration and Flight. History(s) from then & now".
Location: Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences, Münsterstraße 176, Building 3, Room 1.001.
Admission: free, no registration required.
This event is the fourth and last in the series of events of the Alter Schlachthof Place of Remembrance in the winter semester 2023/2024. The complete program can be found here.
Please note: The organizers reserve the right to exercise their domiciliary rights and to deny access to or exclude from the event persons who belong to extreme right-wing organizations, groups or movements, are associated with this scene or who have already appeared or are appearing through racist, nationalist, anti-Semitic or other inhuman actions or statements.This content has been machine translated.