ISBN-10:
1557863679
ISBN-13:
9781557863676
Pub. Date:
12/16/1993
Publisher:
Wiley
Holocaust Remembrance: The Shapes of Memory / Edition 1

Holocaust Remembrance: The Shapes of Memory / Edition 1

by Geoffrey Hartman, Hartman

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ISBN-13: 9781557863676
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 12/16/1993
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Geoffrey Hartman is also Revson Project Director of the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies.

Table of Contents

Darkness Visible: Geoffrey Hartman.

1. On Testimony: Annette Wieviork (Centre National de RechercheScientifique, Paris).

2. The Library of Jewish Catastrophe: David Roskies (JewishTheological Seminary of America).

3. Voices from the Killing Ground: Sara Horowitz (University ofDelaware).

4. Jean Amery as Witness: Alvin Rosenfeld (IndianaUniversity).

5. Remembering Survival: Lawrence Langer (Simmons College).

6. Christian Witness and the Shoah: David Tracy (University ofChicago).

7. Film as Witness: Lanzmann's Shoah: Shoshana Felman (YaleUniversity).

8. Charlotte Salomon's Inward-Turning Testimony: Mary Felstiner(San Francisco State University).

9. 'Varschreibt!': R. B. Kitaj.

10. Conversation in the Cemetery: Dan Pagis and the Prosaics ofMemory: Sidra Ezrahi (Hebrew University of Jerusalem).

11. Chinese History and Jewish Memory: Vera Schwarcz (WesleyanUniversity).

12. The Awakening: Aharon Applefeld.

13. Facing the Glass Booth: Haim Gouri.

14. The Andean Waltz: Leo Spitzer (Dartmouth College).

15. German-Jewish Memory and National Consciousness: MiriamHansen & Michael Geyer (both University of Chicago).

16. Negating the Dead: Nadine Fresco (Centre National deRecherche Scientique, Paris).

17. 'The First Blow': Projects for the Camp at Fossoli: GiovanniLeoni.

18. Jewish Memory in Poland: James Young (University ofMassachusetts, Amherst).

19. Reclaining Auschwwitz: Deborah Dwork & Robert Jan vanPelt (Yale Child Study Center & University of BritishColumbia).

20. Memory, Trauma and the Writing of History: Saul Friedlander(Tel Aviv University). 'Liberation' (poem): Abraham Sutzkever.

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