Walking out of Ukraine

April 1, 2022 Sara Friedman 1

My great-grandfather walked from Ukraine to France. From there, he sailed first to England and then to Canada, became a cattle dealer, possibly illegally manufactured […]

Border Exceptionalism

June 11, 2021 Christiane Wilke 1

What are memories good for? The debate about ‘The German Catechism’ (Moses) and ‘multidirectional memory’ (Rothberg) has surfaced many questions about nationalism, whiteness, and the […]