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Visualizing the Holocaust : documents, aesthetics, memory / edited by David Bathrick, Brad Prager, and Michael D. Richardson.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.3 .V57 2008

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    Overview

    Series
    Screen cultures
    Screen cultures.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Rochester N.Y. : Camden House, 2008
    Contents
    Introduction : seeing against the grain : re-visualizing the Holocaust / David Bathrick
    On the liberation of perpetrator photographs in Holocaust narratives / Brad Prager
    The interpeter's dilemma : Heinrich Jöst's Warsaw Ghetto photographs / Daniel H. Magilow
    Whose trauma is it? : identification and secondary witnessing in the age of postmemory / Elke Heckner
    No child left behind : Anne Frank exhibits, American abduction narratives, and Nazi bogeymen / L.J. Nicoletti
    Auschwitz as hermeneutic rupture, differend, and image malgré tout : Jameson, Lyotard, Didi-Huberman / Sven-Erik Rose
    Claude Lanzmann's Shoah and the intentionality of the image / Michael D'Arcy
    For and against the Bilderverbot : the rhetoric of "unrepresentability" and remediated "authenticity" in the German reception of Steven Spielberg's Schindler's list / Karyn Ball
    Celan's cinematic : anxiety of the gaze in Night and fog and "Engführung" / Eric Kligerman
    Affect in the archive : Arendt, Eichmann, and The specialist / Darcy C. Buerkle
    Home-movies, film-diaries, and mass bodies : Péter Forgác's Free fall into the Holocaust / Jaimey Fisher
    Laugher amid catastrophe : train of life and tragicomic Holocaust cinema / David A. Brenner
    "Heil myself!" : impersonation and identity in comedic representations of Hitler / Michael D. Richardson.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bathrick, David.
    Prager, Brad, 1971-
    Richardson, Michael David, 1970-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-319) and index.
    Includes filmography: p. [321]-323.
    Introduction : seeing against the grain : re-visualizing the Holocaust / David Bathrick -- On the liberation of perpetrator photographs in Holocaust narratives / Brad Prager -- The interpeter's dilemma : Heinrich Jöst's Warsaw Ghetto photographs / Daniel H. Magilow -- Whose trauma is it? : identification and secondary witnessing in the age of postmemory / Elke Heckner -- No child left behind : Anne Frank exhibits, American abduction narratives, and Nazi bogeymen / L.J. Nicoletti -- Auschwitz as hermeneutic rupture, differend, and image malgré tout : Jameson, Lyotard, Didi-Huberman / Sven-Erik Rose -- Claude Lanzmann's Shoah and the intentionality of the image / Michael D'Arcy -- For and against the Bilderverbot : the rhetoric of "unrepresentability" and remediated "authenticity" in the German reception of Steven Spielberg's Schindler's list / Karyn Ball -- Celan's cinematic : anxiety of the gaze in Night and fog and "Engführung" / Eric Kligerman -- Affect in the archive : Arendt, Eichmann, and The specialist / Darcy C. Buerkle -- Home-movies, film-diaries, and mass bodies : Péter Forgác's Free fall into the Holocaust / Jaimey Fisher -- Laugher amid catastrophe : train of life and tragicomic Holocaust cinema / David A. Brenner -- "Heil myself!" : impersonation and identity in comedic representations of Hitler / Michael D. Richardson.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781571133830
    1571133836 (hbk. : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    vi, 336 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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