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Memory Wars: A podcast exploring how society confronts sin

Guest Talk by Mallory Noe-Payne on Monday, December 19, from 2-4 pm, via Zoom


Guest speaker in the public history seminar of Dr. Andreas Etges

Mallory Noe-Payne works for National Public Radio in Richmond. In 2021 she was a fellow at the Amerika-Institut with a Fulbright Young Professional Journalist Grant. Since this was during the pandemic, not all of you might have met her in person.

Mallory covered debates about Confederate Monuments, reported on related court cases, etc. During her time in Germany she tried to learn more about memory culture and the politics of memory in Germany in order to create a podcast for Virginia Public Radio.

On Monday, December 19, from 2-4 pm, she will talk (via Zoom) about "Memory Wars: A podcast exploring how society confronts sin"

1memory warsMemory Wars is a six-part series about how Germany has confronted its horrific past and whether America could ever do the same. Reported by Mallory Noe-Payne and featuring conversations with Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist Michael Paul Williams.

All episodes can be found here:

For preparation, you should listen to the episode titled "Volker's story." (You might also be interested in "Haley's story" and "Charlotte's story," featuring our MA student Haley Snyder and Charlotte Lerg, respectively.)

Meeting-ID: 923 0144 3679
Kenncode: 691253