Edited By Wojciech Klimczyk and Agata Świerzowska
Ralph Buchenhorst is Senior Research Fellow at the Research Cluster/Graduate School “Society and Culture in Motion”, Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. Currently he holds a DAAD guest professorship at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Buchenhorst has taught at several German and international universities. From 2002 to 2006 he was a guest professor at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Recent publications: The Element of Afterlife: On the Limits of Representing the Shoah in Philosophy, Cultural Studies and the Arts (Munich 2011); Urban Observations: Walter Benjamin and the New Cities (co-editor, Buenos Aires/Bielefeld 2007/2010); Politics of Remembrance: Tensions in Writing and Depicting (co-editor; Mexico-City/Buenos Aires 2007); several articles on memory discourses, aesthetics, and philosophy of art.
Kirsten Dyck earned an Honours BFA in Music (2005) and an MA in Ethnomusicology (2008) at York University in Canada, as well as a PhD in American Studies from Washington State University in the USA (2012). She was a 2011 Auschwitz Jewish Center Fellow, and through a 2011-2012 Fulbright fellowship, she conducted doctoral research with the “Music, Conflict and the State” research group at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen in Germany. She currently teaches for the History Department at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA, and will be a 2014 Cummings Foundation Fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Arman Goharinasab graduated with a B.A in Persian music performance from the University of Art (Tehran) in 2009 and now (in 2014) he is...
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