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Bringing the dark past to light : the reception of the Holocaust in postcommunist Europe / edited and with an introduction by John-Paul Himka and Joanna Beata Michlic.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.348 .B75 2013

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2013]
    Locale
    Europe, Eastern
    Contents
    "Our Conscience Is Clean": Albanian Elites and the Memory of the Holocaust in Postsocialist Albania / Daniel Perez
    Invisible Genocide: The Holocaust in Belarus / Per Anders Rudling
    Contemporary Responses to the Holocaust in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Francine Friedman
    Debating the Fate of Bulgarian Jews during World War II / Joseph Benatov
    Representations of the Holocaust and Historical Debates in Croatia since 1989 / Mark Biondich
    Sheep of Lidice: The Holocaust and the Construction of Czech National History / Michal Frankl
    Victim of History: Perceptions of the Holocaust in Estonia / Anton Weiss-Wendt
    Holocaust Remembrance in the German Democratic Republic and Beyond / Peter Monteath
    Memory of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Hungary / Paul Hanebrink
    Politics of Holocaust Memory / Paul Hanebrink
    Cinematic Memory of the Holocaust / Catherine Portuges
    Transformation of Holocaust Memory in Post-Soviet Latvia / Bella Zisere
    Conflicting Memories: The Reception of the Holocaust in Lithuania / Sarunas Liekis
    Combined Legacies of the "Jewish Question" and the "Macedonian Question" / Holly Case
    Public Discourses on the Holocaust in Moldova: Justification, Instrumentalization, and Mourning / Vladimir Solonari
    Memory of the Holocaust in Post-1989 Poland: Renewal Its Accomplishments and Its Powerlessness / Malgorzata Melchior
    Public Perceptions of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Romania / Mihai Chioveanu
    Reception of the Holocaust in Russia: Silence, Conspiracy, and Glimpses of Light / Klas-Goran Karlsson
    Between Marginalization and Instrumentalization: Holocaust Memory in Serbia since the Late 1980s / Jovan Byford
    "Unmasterable Past"? The Reception of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Slovakia / Nina Paulovicova
    On the Periphery: Jews, Slovenes, and the Memory of the Holocaust / Gregor Joseph Kranjc
    Reception of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Ukraine / John-Paul Himka
    Conclusion / Omer Bartov.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Himka, John-Paul, 1949- editor of compilation.
    Michlic, Joanna B., editor of compilation.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    "Our Conscience Is Clean": Albanian Elites and the Memory of the Holocaust in Postsocialist Albania / Daniel Perez -- Invisible Genocide: The Holocaust in Belarus / Per Anders Rudling -- Contemporary Responses to the Holocaust in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Francine Friedman -- Debating the Fate of Bulgarian Jews during World War II / Joseph Benatov -- Representations of the Holocaust and Historical Debates in Croatia since 1989 / Mark Biondich -- Sheep of Lidice: The Holocaust and the Construction of Czech National History / Michal Frankl -- Victim of History: Perceptions of the Holocaust in Estonia / Anton Weiss-Wendt -- Holocaust Remembrance in the German Democratic Republic and Beyond / Peter Monteath -- Memory of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Hungary / Paul Hanebrink -- Politics of Holocaust Memory / Paul Hanebrink -- Cinematic Memory of the Holocaust / Catherine Portuges -- Transformation of Holocaust Memory in Post-Soviet Latvia / Bella Zisere -- Conflicting Memories: The Reception of the Holocaust in Lithuania / Sarunas Liekis -- Combined Legacies of the "Jewish Question" and the "Macedonian Question" / Holly Case -- Public Discourses on the Holocaust in Moldova: Justification, Instrumentalization, and Mourning / Vladimir Solonari -- Memory of the Holocaust in Post-1989 Poland: Renewal Its Accomplishments and Its Powerlessness / Malgorzata Melchior -- Public Perceptions of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Romania / Mihai Chioveanu -- Reception of the Holocaust in Russia: Silence, Conspiracy, and Glimpses of Light / Klas-Goran Karlsson -- Between Marginalization and Instrumentalization: Holocaust Memory in Serbia since the Late 1980s / Jovan Byford -- "Unmasterable Past"? The Reception of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Slovakia / Nina Paulovicova -- On the Periphery: Jews, Slovenes, and the Memory of the Holocaust / Gregor Joseph Kranjc -- Reception of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Ukraine / John-Paul Himka -- Conclusion / Omer Bartov.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780803225442
    080322544X (cloth : alk. paper)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version available online.
    Physical Description
    x, 778 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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