Moderation: Carolin Emcke (Berlin)/Michael Wildt (Berlin)
Manuela Bauche (Berlin)
Rebekka Habermas (Göttingen)
Birthe Kundrus (Hamburg)
Tatjana Tönsmeyer (Wuppertal)
Benjamin Zachariah (Heidelberg)
The so-called Historians' Debate 2.0 has caused a stir. It is primarily about the role of the Holocaust in relation to colonial and other genocides. And shouldn't we think differently about history in a multicultural and migrant-dominated society? This panel discussion aims not to perpetuate well-known arguments, but rather to reflect on them critically in terms of their historical substance and their dimensions of cultural memory.