The Tragedy of War is a ten-panel traveling exhibit created by public history students in the Hist 4426: Documentation and Interpretation (capstone) course in the spring of 2014. The exhibit is part of the Museum of History and Holocaust Education‘s free traveling exhibit program.
I instructed the course and coordinated the project, guiding student research and curatorial choices in writing text, choosing images, and balancing interpretation. We were aided by scholars Eric Muller of UNC Chapel Hill and Sarah Griffith of Queens University, Charlotte. Zoila Torres, graphic designer for the MHHE, designed the panels with student input.
View a .pdf of the panels here.