“We are a collective memory”
Interview. Recognizing that people have suffered and that we have been responsible for their suffering serves to strengthen relationships, says memory scholar Aleida Assmann.
(M.A.) is a research fellow in the “WB Kultur” project at the Adult and Continuing Education Section at Humboldt University Berlin, Germany. Her research interests include cultural adult education, professional development and programme research.
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