This paper will describe how between April and December 2018 Concordia Language Villages has attempted to navigate the challenges associated with the Waldsee name and assume “moral responsibility” to tackle the complexities of both the history and memory of the Holocaust. But foremost, it will also place the Waldsee matter in a larger historical context.
A collaborative research paper conducted by Concordia College (Moorhead, MN) students, Casey Coste ‘21, Ivy Durand ‘21, Colleen Egan ‘19, Allison Hennes ‘21, Jarret Mans ‘20, Robert Meints ‘19, Samara Strootman ‘21, Angela Summers ‘20, for their History 210: Introduction to Historical Inquiry course in the fall of 2019. Written under the supervision and guidance of their professor, Dr. Sonja Wentling, history professor at Concordia College.
Concordia College, Introduction to Historical Inquiry course, fall of 2019.
A Tale of Two Cities: CLV Waldsee in the Crucible of History and Memory.
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