Here is the link to the Berlin Jewish Museum, designed by Daniel Libeskind, and discussed in the final chapter: (外部サイトにリンクしています。)外部サイトにリンクしています。 

Libeskind insists that the museum is not a memorial, but a “space for the encounter of history.” Yet Plate points out that “this history lends itself to memory,” and that “memory is an active, participatory process.” 

Plate also says that “History…is learned through the head, memory through the feel.” What does this mean to you??? Can you relate this statement to anything in your own experience?

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