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KHC/NEH 2014-2015 Colloquium: Testimony across the Disciplines: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Genocide: AR 803 - Prof. Jung Joon Lee

Testimony across the Disciplines: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Genocide

Course Readings - AR 803 - Prof. Lee



  • Biesenbach, Klaus. “Into Me/Out of Me.” Flash Art International 39 (October 2006): 82–86.
  • Dusseault, Ruth. “Jeffrey Wolin: Portraits of the Holocaust.” Art Papers 19 (September 1995): 56.
  • Freudenheim, Tom L. “Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.” Curator 40 (December 1997): 296–300.
  • Frizot, Michel. “Atrocities Aestheticised.” Art Newspaper 12, no. 112 (March 2001): 33.
  • “Genocide and Memory: Explaining the Unspeakable.” American Photo 20, no. 3 (2009): 24–29.
  • Mack, J. “Harrel Fletcher: The American War: White Columns.” In Modern Painters 100, n.d.
  • Yarowsky, Morris. “Michael Kats and Janis Goodman.” Art Papers 19 (September 1995): 49–50.

AR 803 Art Curating

Students enrolled in AR 803 Art Curating will explore various issues in exhibiting the Holocaust and develop their own exhibition proposals under the supervision of Professor Jung Joon Lee.

Course documents - AR 803 - Prof. Lee

Curating COTTON: Global Threads

"Curator Dr Jennifer Harris introduces the work of Abdoulaye Konaté featured in COTTON: Global Threads. This Malian artist works with cotton to tackle themes of genocide with beauty and sensitivity, referencing traditional techniques with powerful sociopolitical messages."