Memorials in the news

Hugh Eakin, “When an Enemy’s Cultural Heritage Becomes One’s Own,” NYTimes 11/30/2020.

Daniel S. Palmer, “A Poignant Take on the Controversy Surrounding Public Monuments,” NYTimes, 10/9/2020.

Ian Bateson, “Is There a Place for the President of the Confederacy?,” NYTimes, 10/8/2020.

Peter Baker, “Eisenhower Memorial, Delayed by Design Disputes, Opens This Week,” NYTimes, 9/13/2020

Storyful, “Confederate Statue Removed to Cheers in Charlottesville,” NYTimes, 9/12/2020.

Holland Cotter, “Turning Grief for a Hidden Past Into a Healing Space,” NYTimes, 8/16/2020

Alisha Haridasani Gupta, “For Three Suffragists, a Monument Well Past Due,” NYTimes, 8/6/2020.

Christine Hauser, “Christopher Columbus Statues Removed From 2 Chicago Parks,” NYTimes, 7/24/2020.

Jacey Fortin and Bryan Pietsch, “Someone Tore Down a Union Army Statue in Saratoga Springs. Why?” NYTimes, 7/18/2020.

Rachel L. Harris and Lisa Tarchak, “Monuments Are Falling. What Should Rise in Their Place?” NYTimes, 7/17/2020.

Holland Cotter, “We Don’t Have to Like Them. We Just Need to Understand Them,”NYTimes, 6/24/2020.

Richard White, “This Monument to White Supremacy Hides in Plain Sight,” NYTimes, 6/23/2020.

Gurminder K. Bhambra, “A Statue Was Toppled. Can We Finally Talk About the British Empire?” NYTimes, 6/12/2020.

Hilarie M. Sheets, “A Monument Man Gives Memorials New Stories To Tell,” NYTimes, 1/24/2020.

John Otis, “In Columbia, Artist Renders Tons of Rebel Guns into Floor Tiles,” NPR, 11/6/2018.

Graham Bowley, “At Pulse Shooting Site, A Plan to Remember Renews Pain for Some,” NYTimes 12/16/19.

Adam Liptak, “40-Foot Cross Divides a Community and Prompts a Supreme Court Battle,” NYTimes 2/25/19.

Audra D. S. Burch, Veda Shashtri, and Tim Chaffee, “Emmett Till’s Murder, and How America Remembers Its Darkest Moments,” NYTimes 2/21/19.

Jamie Tarabay, “A War Memorial is Being Expanded. Some Say it Whitewashes History,” NYTimes 2/19/19.

Melissa Eddy, “At Checkpoint Charlie, Cold War History Confronts Crass Commercialism,” NYTimes 2/4/19.

Ginia Bellafante, “Is a Planned Monument to Women’s Rights Racist?” NYTimes 1/17/19.

Ian Austen, “Canada, Too, Faces a Reckoning With History and Racism,” NYTimes 8/29/2017.

Jacey Fortin, “Toppling Monuments, a Visual History” NYTimes 8/17/2017.

Matthew Bloch, Morrigan McCarthy, Liam Stack, and Wilson Andrews, “Confederate Monuments Are Coming Down Across the Country. Here’s a List,” NYTimes 8/16/2017.

Zack Beauchamp, “What Trump gets wrong about Confederate statues, in one chart,” Vox, 8/15/2017.

Alan Blinder, “Tributes to the Confederacy: History, or a Racial Reminder in New Orleans?” NYTimes 5/12/2017.

Richard Fausset, “Tempers Flare Over Removal of Confederate Statues in New Orleans,” NYTimes 5/7/2017.

Christopher Mele, “New Orleans Begins Removing Confederate Monuments, Under Police Guard,” NYTimes 4/25/2017.

Ian Austen, “100 Years On, Battle is a Pivotal Moment for Canada,” NYTimes 4/10/2017.

Richard Rubin, “In France, a Monument Honors the American Flyers of World War I,” NYTimes 4/5/2017.

Lily Koppel, “50 Years After Apollo Disaster, Memorial for 3 Men, and for Era,” NYTimes 1/29/2017.

Dan Barry, “Another Day at a Monument to Democracy,” NYTimes 1/20/2017.

Jennifer Schuessler, “President Obama Designates First National Monument Dedicated to Reconstruction,” NYTimes 1/12/2017.

“A Walk Around the Void of 9/11,” NYTimes, 9/11/2016.

Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “In 1857 He Denied Blacks Citizenship. Now a City is Deciding His Statue’s Fate,” NYTimes, 9/5/2016.

Dan Barry, “A Ranger, a Field, and the Flight 93 Story Retold,” NYTimes 9/4/2016.

Nicholas Fandos, “National World War I Memorial Proposal Is Unveiled,” NYTimes 1/26/2016.

Stephen Castle, “Protesting a Monument and a Past at Oxford,” NYTimes 12/25/2015.

“Lawsuit Challenges New Orleans’ Plan to Remove Confederate Memorials,” NYTimes 12/20/2015.

Blain Roberts and Ethan J. Kytle, “American Needs a National Slavery Monument,” NYTimes 12/6/2015.

Michael Mergen and Jack Hitt, “Stone-Faced Ghosts of the Confederacy,” NYTimes 10/16/2015.

Alexander Burns, “Lawmakers Seek National Park in Honor of Stonewall,” NYTimes 9/21/2015.

Sabrina Tavernise, “Russian Project Honors Stalin’s Victims and Stirs Talk on Brutal Past,” NYTimes 9/21/2015.

Rick Rojas, “On 9/11 Anniversary, a Small and Somber Ritual in Lower Manhattan,” NYTimes 9/11/2015.

Michael D. Shear, “A Long Road to a Place of Peace for Flight 93 Families,” NYTimes 9/9/2015.

Jennifer Steinhauer, “Historical Symbols in Midst of a ‘Purge’ Moment,” NYTimes 9/2/2015.

Steve Annear, “MIT dedicates monument to Sean Collier,” Boston Globe 4/29/15.

Lizette Alvarez, “Blue and Gray Still in Conflict at a Battle Site,” NYTimes 1/16/2014

Lisa W. Foderaro, “Dotting the Parks, Monuments to the Famous or Forgotten,” NYTimes 1/9/2014

Dennis Montagna, “A Different Kind of Civil War Memorial,” Wall Street Journal 3/29/2013

Ta-Nehisi Coates, “Leave the Statue, To Remember,” NYTimes, 8/17/2012

Campbell Robertson, “50 Years after Integration, Ole Miss Grapples with History,” NYTimes 9/30/2012

Jess Bidgood, “Memorializing 100 who perished in nightclub blaze,” NYTimes 9/30/2012

Nicholas Kulish, “Recalling When a Wall Split A City Apart,” NYTimes 8/12/2011

Sabrina Tavernise, “A Dream Fulfilled, Martin Luther King Memorial Opens,” NYTimes 8/23/2011

Edward Rothstein, “A Mirror of Greatness, Blurred,” NYTimes 8/26/2011

Jesse McKinley, “Commemorating Those Lost Through Time,” NYTimes 8/28/2011

Dan Barry, “What We Kept,” NYTimes 9/11/2011

Fernanda Santos, “Religious Monument Gets a Sidekick: Bill of Rights,” NYTimes 12/11/2012

Robin Finn, “A Park, a Push for an AIDS Memorial, and a Debate,” NYTimes 10/16/2011

Michael Kimmelman, “In Spain, a Monumental Silence,” NYTimes 1/13/2008

Nicholas Kulish, “Germany Confronts Holocaust Legacy Anew,” NYTimes, 1/29/2008

Randal C. Archibold, “Effort to Rework Arizona’s 9/11 Memorial Fails,” NYTimes 4/17/2008

Jesse McKinley, “A Changing Battle on AIDS is reflected in a Quilt,” NYTimes, 1/31/2007

K. Semple, “Iraq Confronts Hussein Legacy Cast in Bronze,” The New York Times, April 8, 2007.

Patricia Cohen, “The King Memorial: Dreams at Odds,” NYTimes 9/24/2007

Sarah Abruzzese, “For a Memorial with cracks, Fix or Replace?” NYTimes 11/12/2007

Verlyn Klinkenborg, “History and the Problem of Following the Camera’s Gaze,” NYTimes, 11/28/2007

William J. Broad, “Columbia’s Historic Atom Smasher is now destined for the Junk Heap,” NYTimes 12/20/2007

Michael Janofsky, “Nation’s Memorial to Air Force Stretches Toward Space,” NYTimes 8/10/2006

Felicity Barringer, “A City of Memorials Finds Itself Filling Up,” NYTimes 12/30/2006

Ilan Greenberg, “Politics, Economics and Time Bury Memories of the Kazakh Gulag,” NYTimes 12/31/2006

Ronald Smothers, “Issue Behind King Memorial: Who Owns History?” NYTimes 1/16/1995