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Victoria Grace Walden

Researcher at Queen Mary University of London

Publications -  11
Citations -  40

Victoria Grace Walden is an academic researcher from Queen Mary University of London. The author has contributed to research in topics: The Holocaust & Materiality (auditing). The author has an hindex of 4, co-authored 8 publications receiving 29 citations.

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Cinematic Intermedialities and Contemporary Holocaust Memory

TL;DR: This article explored the growing trend of intermediality in cinematic representations of the Holocaust and explored the in-betweens that characterise the cinematic experience to discover how the different elements involved in film and its viewing collaborate to produce Holocaust memory.

Animation and memory

TL;DR: This chapter focuses on the ways in which the authors can remember the past through and with animation, and how the form can represent memory, concentrating particularly on issues of trauma and witnessing, collective memory and identity, and nostalgia.
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Transcultural engagement with Polish memory of the Holocaust while watching Leszek Wosiewicz's Kornblumenblau

TL;DR: In this article, a phenomenological approach is adopted to consider how, despite Kornblumenblau's particularly Polish themes, it might address the transcultural spectator and draw attention to the broader difficulties one faces when attempting to remember the Holocaust.

Understanding Holocaust memory and education in the digital age: before and after Covid-19

TL;DR: In this article , the authors introduce a special edition of Holocaust Studies, which reflects on how bringing concerns central to the fields of Digital Media, Communication and Cultural Studies to bear on Holocaust Studies raises significant questions that could help inform memory and educational initiatives for the future.
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Night and Fog: a film in history

TL;DR: The translation of Nuit et brouillard: Un film dans l'histoire is a welcome addition to Engl... as mentioned in this paper, which is one of the most celebrated, and debated, films about the Holocaust.