Duke University professor Paul B. Jaskot is giving a lecture on Tuesday, March 16, about his use of digital tools to study architecture in the Krakow Ghetto during Nazi occupation.
The event will be presented by the UNC Department of Art and Art History. Jaskot directs the Wired! Lab for Digital Art History and Visual Culture at Duke, where the research that will be featured in his lecture was conducted.
“We are trying to explore how the built-in environment helps us explain an integrated history of the Holocaust,” Jaskot said.
Jaskot will emphasize the connection between the architecture, Nazi culture