In this course you will study some of the patterns of remembrance in East, west and reunified Germany with respect to Nazism. Focusing on the question 'who remembers what, why, when, how and for whom?', you will look at how different memories become part of official state narratives. In addition, you will consider the links between these 'hierarchies of remembering' and wider international politics. You will show how competing narratives of the past feed into contemporary controversies in Germany. You will examine various processes of remembering and memorialisation.