The starting point of the culture of remembrance is the past. But especially with regard to political reappraisal, its social relevance also results from the interrelation between the present, the past, and the future. The intertemporal and interdisciplinary dimension of the culture of remembrance becomes particularly clear when it provides contemporary observers with new access to historical facts with the help of novel technologies.
What contribution can reconstruction technology make to historical reappraisal and memory culture? This question is the focus of the second salon talk of the Austrian Embassy Berlin and Fraunhofer IPK in Berlin with the director of the Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz, Deborah Hartmann.
From May 20, the current salon “Science and Culture in Conversation” will be available on YouTube.