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Between sorrow and strength : women refugees of the Nazi period / edited by Sibylle Quack.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: HV640.4.E8 B48 1995

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    Series
    Publications of the German Historical Institute
    Publications of the German Historical Institute.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Washington, D.C. : German Historical Institute ; Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995
    Locale
    Europe
    United States
    Contents
    Prologue: Jewish women in Nazi Germany before the emigration / Marion Kaplan

    Part I. A Global Search for Refuge
    1. Jewish women exiled in France after 1933 / Rita Thalman
    2. Arrival at Camp de Gurs: an eyewitness report / Elizabeth Marum Lunau
    3. Women émigrés in England / Marion Berghahn
    4. England: an eyewitness report / Susanne Miller
    5.Women émigrés in Palestine: an eyewitness report / Rachel Cohn
    6. Naturally, many things were strange, but I could adapt: women émigrés in the Netherlands / Ursula Langkau-Alex
    7. Refugee women from Czechoslovakia in Canada: an eyewitness report / Wilma Iggers
    8. Women in the Shanghai Jewish refugee community / David Kranzler
    9. Shanghai: an eyewitness report / Illo Heppner
    10. German-Jewish women in Brazil : autobiography as cultural history / Katherine Morris
    11. A year in the Brazilian interior: an eyewitness report / Eleanor Alexander

    Part II. Refuge in the United States: Community and Institutions
    12. Women's role in the German Jewish immigrant community / Steven Lowenstein
    13. "Listen sensitively and act spontaneously - but skillfully": Selfhelp : an eyewitness report / Gabriele Schiff
    14. The National Council of Jewish Women and German-Jewish Immigration / Linda G. Kuzmack
    15. The Genossinnen and the Khaverim : Socialist women from the German-speaking lands and the American Jewish labor movement, 1939-1945 / Jack Jacobs

    Part III. Occupations of Women Emigrés
    16. New women in exile: German women doctors and the emigration / Atina Grossmann
    17. Women émigré psychologists and psychoanalysis in the United States / Mitchell G. Ash
    18. Destination social work - émigrés in a women's profession / Joachim Wieler
    19. Chicken farming: not a dream but a nightmare: an eyewitness report / Eva Neisser
    20. The occupation of women émigrés: women lawyers in the United States / Frank Mecklenburg
    21. Fashioning Fortuna's whim: German-speaking women emigrant historians in the United States / Catherine Epstein
    22. Exile or emigration: social democratic women members of the Reichstag in the United States / Christl Wickert
    23. Women's voices in American exile / Guy Stern and Brigitte V. Sumann
    Epilogue: the first sex / Peter Gay
    Other Authors/Editors
    Quack, Sibylle, 1951-
    Notes
    Papers presented at a conference held in November 1991 at the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Prologue: Jewish women in Nazi Germany before the emigration / Marion Kaplan -- -- Part I. A Global Search for Refuge -- 1. Jewish women exiled in France after 1933 / Rita Thalman -- 2. Arrival at Camp de Gurs: an eyewitness report / Elizabeth Marum Lunau -- 3. Women émigrés in England / Marion Berghahn -- 4. England: an eyewitness report / Susanne Miller -- 5.Women émigrés in Palestine: an eyewitness report / Rachel Cohn -- 6. Naturally, many things were strange, but I could adapt: women émigrés in the Netherlands / Ursula Langkau-Alex -- 7. Refugee women from Czechoslovakia in Canada: an eyewitness report / Wilma Iggers -- 8. Women in the Shanghai Jewish refugee community / David Kranzler -- 9. Shanghai: an eyewitness report / Illo Heppner -- 10. German-Jewish women in Brazil : autobiography as cultural history / Katherine Morris -- 11. A year in the Brazilian interior: an eyewitness report / Eleanor Alexander -- -- Part II. Refuge in the United States: Community and Institutions -- 12. Women's role in the German Jewish immigrant community / Steven Lowenstein -- 13. "Listen sensitively and act spontaneously - but skillfully": Selfhelp : an eyewitness report / Gabriele Schiff -- 14. The National Council of Jewish Women and German-Jewish Immigration / Linda G. Kuzmack -- 15. The Genossinnen and the Khaverim : Socialist women from the German-speaking lands and the American Jewish labor movement, 1939-1945 / Jack Jacobs -- -- Part III. Occupations of Women Emigrés -- 16. New women in exile: German women doctors and the emigration / Atina Grossmann -- 17. Women émigré psychologists and psychoanalysis in the United States / Mitchell G. Ash -- 18. Destination social work - émigrés in a women's profession / Joachim Wieler -- 19. Chicken farming: not a dream but a nightmare: an eyewitness report / Eva Neisser -- 20. The occupation of women émigrés: women lawyers in the United States / Frank Mecklenburg -- 21. Fashioning Fortuna's whim: German-speaking women emigrant historians in the United States / Catherine Epstein -- 22. Exile or emigration: social democratic women members of the Reichstag in the United States / Christl Wickert -- 23. Women's voices in American exile / Guy Stern and Brigitte V. Sumann -- Epilogue: the first sex / Peter Gay

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0521470811
    Physical Description
    xi, 376 p. ; 24 cm.

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