This Online Module comprises a series of essays, weblinks, articles and images. It is organized around 8 major sections or chapters. Within each section there are several case studies
, focusing on specific memorial or monument, and exploring dilemmas related to its design, interpretation or community impact.
Many of these case studies also contain related information, providing background and additional resources.
By drawing your mouse over any of the section titles, you can see what case studies and related information may exist
For example,below we can see how the Traditional Monuments
section contains a case study on the Robert Gould Shaw memorial.
In addition we can also see that there are several websites and articles available about the Robert Gould Shaw memorial.
Once you've opened any page within this module, a box containing "Related Information" becomes visible.
Within any "Related Information" box, you can see what other case studies, articles or resources may be also be available. Additionally, each page can be selected in a print-friendly format by clicking the
Below, the introductory essay on Monuments in Conflict
is opened, showing that there are several case studies available within: