Dynamics of Memory - The Netherlands in the Second World War


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Titel Dynamics of Memory - The Netherlands in the Second World War
Looptijd 01 / 2010 - onbekend
Status Lopend
Onderzoeknummer OND1341905
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The research programme Dynamics of the Memory - The Netherlands in the Second World War is an independent research line within the NWO thematic programme Cultural Dynamics. The programme addresses the question as to how the memory of the Second World War has developed and shall possibly develop and which position material and immaterial remains should have within this. The programme is a joint-venture between NWO Division for the Humanities and the following institutes and funds: Kamp Westerbork, the Gevangenismuseum (Prison Museum), the Jewish Historical Museum, Kamp Amersfoort, Kamp Vught, the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (War Victims and Memories Unit), the Ministry of Justice (National Agency of Correctional Institutions), the Mondriaan (Research) Foundation, SNS Reaal Fonds, the Province of North Brabant and the Rothschild Foundation Europe. A total of six research projects have been formulated for which proposals can be submitted (see under What can be applied for). 1.Memory and revival: the Jewish community in the Netherlands 1945-2010 (initiative Jewish Historical Museum) 2.The future of the war heritage (initiative Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport) 3.The Hollandsche Schouwburg (initiative Jewish Historical Museum) 4.Places of terror: an international study about museumification, authenticity and enscening (initiative Kamp Westerbork and Kamp Vught) 5.Imprisoned during the German occupation (initiative National Prison Museum and Ministry of Justice, National Agency of Correctional Institutions) 6.The Dutch camps as disputable places (initiative Kamp Vught, Kamp Westerbork and Kamp Amersfoort)

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