My junior seminar [AMCV 1700G] Public Memory: Narratives of 9/11, focused on narratives concerned with the events of 9/11 and their aftermath: documentary, testimony, stories, memoirs, novels, graphic novels and feature films. We studied and visited some of the memorials and museums that have been proposed or created in connection to 9/11, and we considered them in the broader context of public memory and public art. Our final was a project meant to engage the question of the role of the humanities in the creation of the public memory of catastrophic events. My project was entitled "Walls Collapsed." For more information, click the links on the side!