Hannah Arendt Institute on diversity, urbanity and citizenship, University of Antwerp
Christophe Busch has a background in criminology (MA), Holocaust and genocide studies (MA) and terrorism studies with professional experience in perpetrator treatment and setting up training and networks for professionals. His focus has always been ‘bad men in dark times’, where he tries to translate his historical knowledge on processes perpetration (national socialist era) to contemporary societal challenges.
He is general director of Kazerne Dossin: the Belian Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, and currently the director of the Hannah Arendt Institute on diversity, urbanity and citizenship.
Remembrance & Holocaust education · Contested heritage – dark tourism · Radicalisation & polarisation · Perpetrator research – collective violence · Citizenship