March 28th: American Tragedies I: Oklahoma City

For panoramic video views of the memorial, go to

Michael Kimmelman, “Out of Minimalism, Monuments to Memory,” New York Times 1/13/02.

Edward T. Linenthal, “Violence and the American Landscape: The Challenge of Public History,” OAH Magazine of History 16 (2002), pp. 10-13.

S. R. Veil, T. L. Sellnow, and M. Heald, “Memorializing Crisis: The Oklahoma City National Memorial as Renewal Discourse,” Journal of Applied Communication Research 39 (2011), pp. 164-83.

See also:

E. Simpson and S. Corbridge, “The Geography of Things That May Become Memories: The 2001 Earthquake in Kachchh-Gujarat and the Politics of Rehabilitation in the Prememorial Era,“ Annals of the Association of American Geographers 96 (2006), pp. 566-85.