Do you personally remember “the 20th century”? If not, are you imagining how to remember “the 20th century”?

Choose three photographs from the Class Photo Archive and three photographs from Imagining the 20thCentury [I20C]. Using the essays in Imagining the 20th Century [I20C] as your model, discuss how these six photographs help you “imagine the twentieth century.” What themes will you focus on?-Consider as you construct your essay: what does it mean to “imagine” the 20th Century? Do you personally remember “the 20th century”? If not, are you imagining how to remember “the 20th century”? How might a photo album be the ideal format for the history of a 20th-century topic? How do collective memories shape your understanding of “the 20th century”? What kinds of absences (of people or photos not taken, or themes, or silences) shape the imagined past? You do not have to answer each of the questions posed here; they are stimuli to get youthinking about the topic.-Use terms, concepts, and quotes from the assigned readings to help you frame your essay.Credit each to the appropriate author.-You may write an essay caption for each photo (i.e. a paper with six paragraphs) OR integrate allsix photos into the discussion in one essay OR pair each class archive photo with one from I20C (i.e.three essay captions for three pairs of photos); use an intro and conclusion to connect thethemes represented in your chosen images.-For this topic, you must discuss Goldberg (Icons), Sturken(image Memorial), and Imagining the 20th Century.