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Facing history and ourselves : a guide to the film Schindler's list / manuscript by Phyllis Goldstein.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.3 .F223 1994

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    Summary
    Study guide to help students make essential connections between the past and the present.
    Variant Title
    Schindler's list
    Guide to the film Schindler's list
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Brookline, Mass. : Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc. ; 1994
    Contents
    [Pt. 1] Pre-view: this section introduces the ideas developed in Schindler's List by considering such universal themes as identity, conformity, race, ethnicity, and choice. The last three readings place these concepts in an historical context by exploring how they influence individuals and nations before World War II. to discussions sparked by the experience of seeing the film. It also investigates some of the moral and ethical questions the film raises. [Pt. 2] Focus on Schindler's List: this part of the guide is designed for use immediately before and after seeing the film. It seeks to widen perspective and foster critical viewing by encouraging reflection and discussion. [Pt.3] Post-view: Post-view adds new voices and historical perspective to discussions sparked by the experience of seeing the film. It also investigates some of the moral and ethical questions the film raises.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Goldstein, Phyllis.
    Notes
    Manuscript written in collaboration with the Facing History team under the direction of Margot Stern Strom and Marc Skvirsky ; design efforts of Joe Wiellette ; and reviews of Lawrence A. Blum and Judy Codding (p. [2]).
    Bibliography: p. 4.
    [Pt. 1] Pre-view: this section introduces the ideas developed in Schindler's List by considering such universal themes as identity, conformity, race, ethnicity, and choice. The last three readings place these concepts in an historical context by exploring how they influence individuals and nations before World War II. to discussions sparked by the experience of seeing the film. It also investigates some of the moral and ethical questions the film raises.
    [Pt. 2] Focus on Schindler's List: this part of the guide is designed for use immediately before and after seeing the film. It seeks to widen perspective and foster critical viewing by encouraging reflection and discussion.
    [Pt.3] Post-view: Post-view adds new voices and historical perspective to discussions sparked by the experience of seeing the film. It also investigates some of the moral and ethical questions the film raises.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0961584157
    Physical Description
    64 p. : ill., 28 cm.

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