The National WWII Museum will be hosting a first of its kind international conference to address shifting landscapes of popular memories of this world-altering conflict. Memory Wars: World War II at 75 and Beyond will take place September 9–11, 2021 at the new Higgins Hotel & Conference Center.
Having just commemorated the 75th Anniversary of the end of World War II, The National WWII Museum is hosting a global conference in New Orleans on September 9–11, 2021. Memory Wars: World War II at 75 and Beyond is a presentation of the Museum’s Institute for the Study of War and Democracy, held at the institution’s new Higgins Hotel & Conference Center.
Memory Wars will explore World War II’s place in public memory through a global prism, examining how museums, filmmakers, media, memorials, and historians (both academic and public) help shape memories of the conflict.
November 18-20, 2021 | The Higgins Hotel & Conference Center
Returning to The Higgins Hotel & Conference Center on the Museum's campus, the International Conference on World War II will feature a pre-conference symposium examining Pearl Harbor at 80, as well as sessions exploring the Wannsee Conference, female WWII correspondents, WWII historical fiction, WWII espionage, and more.Register Download Flyer