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Henry "Hank" Greenspan: ”The Remnants”

Screening of the play Remnants with its creator Henry “Hank” Greenspan. Remnants is based on Greenspan's decades of sustained conversations with survivors. The piece was originally produced for radio and broadcast on NPR stations across the United States. Henry Greenspan is the author of On Listening to Holocaust Survivors: Beyond Testimony and, with Agi Rubin, Reflections: Auschwitz, Memory, and a Life Recreated as well as numerous articles on survivors' retelling, including the chapter on survivors' accounts for the Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies.

About the author

Henry Greenspan is a an emeritus psychologist, oral historian and playwright at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who has been interviewing, writing about, and teaching about Holocaust survivors since the 1970s. He is the author of On Listening to Holocaust Survivors: Beyond Testimony and, with Agi Rubin, Reflections: Auschwitz, Memory, and a Life Recreated as well as numerous articles on survivors' retelling, including the chapter on survivors' accounts for the Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies.

More about The Remnants

Registration

The seminar is free and open to everyone, but requires registration. For more information about NORDIC VOICES or to register for the seminar, please email Professor Malin Thor Tureby malin.thor@mau.se.

Nordic voices

The seminar is organised by the project NORDIC VOICES: The use of oral history and personal memories in public history settings. NORDIC VOICES seeks to increase the use of oral histories, life narratives and personal memories in Nordic cultural institutions by collaborating with leading experts from both academia and various cultural institutions.

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