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Holocaust historiography in context : emergence, challenges, polemics and achievements / edited by David Bankier and Dan Michman.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.348 .H647 2008

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    Jerusalem : Yad Yashem ; New York : Berghahn Books, 2008
    Contents
    The Development of Holocaust Research : A Personal Overview / Raul Hilberg
    Is There an "Israeli School" of Holocaust Research? / Dan Michman
    Holocaust Research and Jewish Historiography : Mutual Influences / David Engel
    Part II: Jewish Research : Beginnings
    Philip Friedman and the Beginning of Holocaust Studies / Roni Stauber
    "Everyone Can Hold a Pen": The Documentation Project in the DP Camps in Germany / Ada Schein
    Chroniclers of Catastrophe: History Writing as a Jewish Response to Persecution Before and After the Holocaust / Laura Jockusch
    Joseph Wulf: A Forgotten Outsider Among Holocaust Scholars / Nicolas Berg
    Survivors as Historians: Abel Herzberg, Jacques Presser and Loe de Jong on the Nazi Persecution of the Jews in the Netherlands / Conny Kristel
    Part III: The Emergence of Jewish Research Centers
    The Emergence of Holocaust Research in Poland: The Jewish Historical Commission and the Jewish Historical Institute (ZIH), 1944-1989 / Feliks Tych
    The Jewish Contemporary Documentation Center (CDJC) and Holocaust Research in France, 1945-1970 / Georges Bensoussan
    Setting the Agenda of Holocaust Research: Discord at Yad Vashem in the 1950s / Boaz Cohen
    Fighting Oblivion: The CDEC and its Impact on Italian Holocaust Historiography / Iael Nidam-Orvieto
    The Leo Baeck Institute and German-Jewish Historiography on the Holocaust / Guy Miron
    Part IV: Schools and Approaches Within National Contexts
    Agents of the Final Solution : Perpetration in Historical Perspective / Jurgen Matthaus
    From Bullock to Kershaw: Some Peculiarities of British Historical Writing About the Nazi Persecution and Mass Murder of the Jews / David Cesarani
    The Paradoxes of Dutch History : Historiography of the Holocaust in the Netherlands / Ido de Haan
    Part V: Case and Context: The Holocaust and World War II
    Two Separate Issues? Historiography of World War II and the Holocaust / Gerhard L. Weinberg
    On my Book The Origins of the Final Solution : Some Remarks on its Background and on its Major Conclusions / Christopher Browning
    The West, The Yishuv, and the Rescue Debate Regarding Slovakia and Hungary : Old and New Historiography / Shlomo Aronson
    Part VI: Testimonies : Shaping and Significance
    First Testimonies on the Holocaust : The Problematic Nature of Conveying and Absorbing them, and the Reaction in the Yishuv / Dina Porat
    First-Hand Accounts and Awareness of the Fate of the Jews under the Nazis : The Case of Hungarian Labor Service Men / Robert Rozett
    "A Jewish Historical Commission in Budapest": The Place of the National Relief Committee for Deportees in Hungary [DEGOB] Among the Other Large-Scale Historical-Memorial Projects of She'erit Hapletah After the Holocaust (1945-1948) / Rita Horvdth
    Evidence of Trauma: David Boder and Writing the History of Holocaust Testimony / Alan Rosen
    The Community and the Individual: The Different Narratives of Early and Late Testimonies and Their Significance for Historians / Dalia Ofer
    Part VII: Jewish Testimonies in the Trials of War Criminals
    Jewish Witnesses in War Crimes Trials of the Postwar Era / Donald Bloxham
    A Lost Voice? Jewish Witnesses in Nazi Trials in West Germany / Rebecca Wittmann
    As Heard by the Witnesses, the Public, and the Judges : Three Variations on the Testimony in the Eichmann Trial / Hanna Yablonka.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bankier, David.
    Mikhman, Dan.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The Development of Holocaust Research : A Personal Overview / Raul Hilberg -- Is There an "Israeli School" of Holocaust Research? / Dan Michman -- Holocaust Research and Jewish Historiography : Mutual Influences / David Engel -- Part II: Jewish Research : Beginnings -- Philip Friedman and the Beginning of Holocaust Studies / Roni Stauber -- "Everyone Can Hold a Pen": The Documentation Project in the DP Camps in Germany / Ada Schein -- Chroniclers of Catastrophe: History Writing as a Jewish Response to Persecution Before and After the Holocaust / Laura Jockusch -- Joseph Wulf: A Forgotten Outsider Among Holocaust Scholars / Nicolas Berg -- Survivors as Historians: Abel Herzberg, Jacques Presser and Loe de Jong on the Nazi Persecution of the Jews in the Netherlands / Conny Kristel -- Part III: The Emergence of Jewish Research Centers -- The Emergence of Holocaust Research in Poland: The Jewish Historical Commission and the Jewish Historical Institute (ZIH), 1944-1989 / Feliks Tych -- The Jewish Contemporary Documentation Center (CDJC) and Holocaust Research in France, 1945-1970 / Georges Bensoussan -- Setting the Agenda of Holocaust Research: Discord at Yad Vashem in the 1950s / Boaz Cohen -- Fighting Oblivion: The CDEC and its Impact on Italian Holocaust Historiography / Iael Nidam-Orvieto -- The Leo Baeck Institute and German-Jewish Historiography on the Holocaust / Guy Miron -- Part IV: Schools and Approaches Within National Contexts -- Agents of the Final Solution : Perpetration in Historical Perspective / Jurgen Matthaus -- From Bullock to Kershaw: Some Peculiarities of British Historical Writing About the Nazi Persecution and Mass Murder of the Jews / David Cesarani -- The Paradoxes of Dutch History : Historiography of the Holocaust in the Netherlands / Ido de Haan -- Part V: Case and Context: The Holocaust and World War II -- Two Separate Issues? Historiography of World War II and the Holocaust / Gerhard L. Weinberg -- On my Book The Origins of the Final Solution : Some Remarks on its Background and on its Major Conclusions / Christopher Browning -- The West, The Yishuv, and the Rescue Debate Regarding Slovakia and Hungary : Old and New Historiography / Shlomo Aronson -- Part VI: Testimonies : Shaping and Significance -- First Testimonies on the Holocaust : The Problematic Nature of Conveying and Absorbing them, and the Reaction in the Yishuv / Dina Porat -- First-Hand Accounts and Awareness of the Fate of the Jews under the Nazis : The Case of Hungarian Labor Service Men / Robert Rozett -- "A Jewish Historical Commission in Budapest": The Place of the National Relief Committee for Deportees in Hungary [DEGOB] Among the Other Large-Scale Historical-Memorial Projects of She'erit Hapletah After the Holocaust (1945-1948) / Rita Horvdth -- Evidence of Trauma: David Boder and Writing the History of Holocaust Testimony / Alan Rosen -- The Community and the Individual: The Different Narratives of Early and Late Testimonies and Their Significance for Historians / Dalia Ofer -- Part VII: Jewish Testimonies in the Trials of War Criminals -- Jewish Witnesses in War Crimes Trials of the Postwar Era / Donald Bloxham -- A Lost Voice? Jewish Witnesses in Nazi Trials in West Germany / Rebecca Wittmann -- As Heard by the Witnesses, the Public, and the Judges : Three Variations on the Testimony in the Eichmann Trial / Hanna Yablonka.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9789653083264
    9653083260 (alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    614 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.

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