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Peace, in Deed: Essays in Honor of Harry James Cargas

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Foreword by Kurt Vonnegut.Peace, In Deed is a festschrift honoring the late Harry James Cargas, the Leading Catholic Scholar in Holocaust Studies.

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Foreword by Kurt Vonnegut.Peace, In Deed is a festschrift honoring the late Harry James Cargas, the Leading Catholic Scholar in Holocaust Studies.

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Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal Of Jewish Studies
...the work is significant. The editors have chosen Harry's friends wisely, and the essayists honor Harry with their wisdom.
— Michael Berenbaum, Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal Of Jewish Studies - Michael Berenbaum
"...the work is significant. The editors have chosen Harry's friends wisely, and the essayists honor Harry with their wisdom."
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In honoring Cargas, as founding editor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies and the only Catholic ever appointed to the International Advisory Board at Yad Vashem (the Holocaust Memorial Center, Jerusalem), Elie Wiesel, Kurt Vonnegut, Franklin Littell ("father of Holocaust education in the US"), Eugene Fisher (Executive Director, Secretariat for Catholic-Jewish Relations, National Conference of Catholic Bishops), and 17 other diverse voices ponder Holocaust memory and reflection, texts, the aftermath, and reflections for Harry (who died in 1998). Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Foreword, Kurt Vonnegut Chapter 2 Preface, Zev Garber and Richard Libowitz Chapter 3 Another time, Another Place, Nechama Tec Chapter 4 Americans Who Cared, Pierre Sauvage Chapter 5 Living the Living Good, David Patterson Chapter 6 Reflections: Shadows of the Holocaust, Leon Wells Chapter 7 Holocaust Denial: Tempest in a Teapot, or Storm on the Horizon? Alan L. Berger Chapter 8 Blind but Not Ignorant: German Women During the Holocaust, Carol Rittner Chapter 9 Making Sense of Evil: Reflections on Hate, Intolerance, and Responsibility, Jacob Neusner Chapter 10 Rereading the Story of Sodom and Gomorah in the Aftermath of the Holocaust, Rachel Feldhay Brenner Chapter 11 Know Sodom, Know Shoah, Zev Garber Chapter 12 Can There Be Justice?, James Moore Chapter 13 Job, Elie Weisel Chapter 14 Reflecting on Biblical Children: From Adam and Eve, Isaac and Jesus to the Betrayal and Sacrifice of our Children, Andre Stein Chapter 15 Single or Double Covenant: Contemporary Perspectives, John T. Pawlikowski Chapter 16 Christian-Jewish Relations: An Historical Overview and Prognosis, Eugene J. Fisher Chapter 17 "Separate but Equal": The Model for Christian/Jewish Relations?, Franklin H. Littell Chapter 18 Teaching the Holocaust in a Catholic Setting, Richard Libowitz Chapter 19 The Role of the University in Rethinking Issues of Social Justice, Marcia Sachs Littell Chapter 20 On the City Which Nourished Us, Hubert Locke Chapter 21 Teaching Life: Reflections on Some Voices I Have Heard, John Roth Chapter 22 In Memory and Hope: Six Poems for Harry James Cargas, William Heyen

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