Andreas Hyussen, faculty fellow with the Women Mobilizing Memory Group and Villard Professor of German and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, was interviewed by Patrick Esser for Politika. In the interview he talks broadly about memory studies, touching on how the past and the present become entangled in his work.
In addition he discusses how incorporating the arts and humanities into memory culture can make for an interconnected world. The work done on postmemory by fellow working group member Marianne Hirsch is also a topic of conversation.
The full interview can be read here.