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His research interests lie broadly within the area of Holocaust Studies. He is specifically interested in the implementation of the Holocaust in Hungary, particularly the spatiality of ghettoization and questions of gender and the Holocaust. He is also interested in contemporary representations of the Holocaust, especially within memorial and museum space.
He has published books on the spatiality of ghettorization in Budapest, social histories of the Hungarian Holocaust and Holocaust representation, as well as writing essays and articles on related themes. He is currently working on a new book - Holocaust Landscapes - that examines the Holocaust through the sites where it was enacted, experienced and has been remembered (and forgotten).
Welcomes research proposals, in particular within Holocaust Studies. Firstly, the history of the Holocaust with particular reference to the implementation of ghettoization, native collaboration, spatiality and the Holocaust, gender and the Holocaust, and the Holocaust in Hungary. Secondly, the history of the representation of the Holocaust in post-1945 Europe, Israel and the United States. More broadly, Tim welcomes proposals focused on historic landscapes and heritage landscapes.
Recently supervised students' topics include:
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