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MeghanLundrigan@cmail.carleton.ca'

Meghan Lundrigan

About Me:

Meghan Lundrigan is a PhD Candidate in the Department of History at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

Website:

http://carleton.ca/history/people/meghan-lundrigan/

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Holocaust Memory and Online Shaming

In November, I shared my thoughts on what social media can do for contemporary research on Holocaust consciousness. These “slippery” historical sources – always in flux – help everyday people to express themselves and their engagement with the history of the Holocaust; yet they often present ethical complications. I am...

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Slippery Historical Sources: Social Media, Holocaust Memory and Instagram

Instagram has approximately 13,400 photos under the hashtag “#holocaustmuseum”. This might seem arbitrary, but most of these images are the subject of my historical research. Professionally, I have labelled myself in several ways – as a public historian, a Holocaust scholar, and as a historian of social media. All of...