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An Exploration of Jewish Museum Berlin from Perspectives of Dark Tourism and Museum’s Practices
Jewish Museum Berlin
Although the trauma becomes the past, remembering the historical guilt is not the only moral obligation of Germen people. Inheritance and education are some other continued efforts linked with their memory. When it comes to German collective memory, the bloom and heterogeneity of Jewish Museums in Germany is the phenomenon which could not be ignored. As one of the most popular attractions of heritage tourism, museum gradually focuses on its educational function, gains the ability to promote the informal education and supplements the formal education of schools. So it’s a meaningful challenge for those museums under the topic of the difficult heritage to launch some fascinating and profound educational programs. Taking Jewish Museum Berlin as the single case, the qualitative research is based on the approach of documents analysis and observation and interview during the fieldwork. Along the course of change and development of Jewish Museum Berlin, the origin of the historical responsibility is going to be found. Then the emphasis will be laid on the reason why the museum had experienced fifty-year hibernation and how it becomes today’s like. After the reflection of the former differentiations of dark tourism attractions, the author will analyze the complexity of Jewish Museum Berlin and build up a dark character model of this case. The notions of temperature such as cold and warm will be introduced into the model in order to mark different ways of interpretations in this museum. The museum’s positioning will finally be discussed so as to think about using proper educational programs to meet the needs of varied visitors.
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