Kirrily Freeman is an Associate Professor of History at Saint Mary’s University. She teaches courses on twentieth century Europe, the two World Wars, Nazi Germany, and the Holocaust, with a focus on society and culture. Her first book, Bronzes to Bullets: Vichy and the Destruction of French Public Statuar (2009), tells the story of French monuments that were melted down for munitions during the Second World War. Her interest in the cultural history of the Second World War has led to projects on art destruction and restitution, including Silence and Memory, an exhibition curated at the Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery.
Dr. Kirrily Freeman
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