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Jewish space in contemporary Poland / edited by Erica T. Lehrer, Michael Meng.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: DS134.56 .J487 2015

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2014
    Locale
    Poland
    Contents
    Acknowledgments
    Introduction / Erica Lehrer and Michael Meng
    1. "Oswiecim"/"Auschwitz": Archeology of a Mnemonic Battleground / Genevieve Zubrzycki
    2. Restitution of Communal Property and the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland / Stanislaw Tyszka
    3. Muranow as a Ruin: Layered Memories in Postwar Warsaw / Michael Meng
    4. Stettin, Szczecin, and the "Third Space": Urban Nostalgia in the German/Polish/Jewish Borderlands / Magdalena Waligorska
    5. Rediscovering the Jewish Past in the Polish Provinces: The Socioeconomics of Nostalgia / Monika Murzyn-Kupisz
    6. Amnesia, Nostalgia, and Reconstruction: Shifting Modes of Memory in Poland's Jewish Spaces / Slawomir Kapralski
    7. Jewish Heritage, Pluralism, and Milieux de Memoire: The Case of Krakow's Kazimierz / Erica Lehrer
    8. "Lodzermensch" and Litzmannstadt: Making "Virtually German" Sites in Lodz after 1989 / Winson Chu
    9. Stony Survivors: Images of Jewish Space on the Polish Landscape / Robert L. Cohn
    10. Reading the Palimpsest / Konstanty Gebert
    11. A Jew, a Cemetery, and a Polish Village: A Tale of the Restoration of Memory / Jonathan Webber
    12. The Museum of the History of Polish Jews: A Postwar, Post-Holocaust, Post-Communist Story / Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
    Epilogue: Jewish Spaces and Their Future / Diana Pinto
    Contributors
    Index
    Other Authors/Editors
    Lehrer, Erica T., editor.
    Meng, Michael, editor.
    Notes
    Acknowledgments -- Introduction / Erica Lehrer and Michael Meng -- 1. "Oswiecim"/"Auschwitz": Archeology of a Mnemonic Battleground / Genevieve Zubrzycki -- 2. Restitution of Communal Property and the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland / Stanislaw Tyszka -- 3. Muranow as a Ruin: Layered Memories in Postwar Warsaw / Michael Meng -- 4. Stettin, Szczecin, and the "Third Space": Urban Nostalgia in the German/Polish/Jewish Borderlands / Magdalena Waligorska -- 5. Rediscovering the Jewish Past in the Polish Provinces: The Socioeconomics of Nostalgia / Monika Murzyn-Kupisz -- 6. Amnesia, Nostalgia, and Reconstruction: Shifting Modes of Memory in Poland's Jewish Spaces / Slawomir Kapralski -- 7. Jewish Heritage, Pluralism, and Milieux de Memoire: The Case of Krakow's Kazimierz / Erica Lehrer -- 8. "Lodzermensch" and Litzmannstadt: Making "Virtually German" Sites in Lodz after 1989 / Winson Chu -- 9. Stony Survivors: Images of Jewish Space on the Polish Landscape / Robert L. Cohn -- 10. Reading the Palimpsest / Konstanty Gebert -- 11. A Jew, a Cemetery, and a Polish Village: A Tale of the Restoration of Memory / Jonathan Webber -- 12. The Museum of the History of Polish Jews: A Postwar, Post-Holocaust, Post-Communist Story / Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett -- Epilogue: Jewish Spaces and Their Future / Diana Pinto -- Contributors -- Index

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780253015006
    0253015006 (hbk.)
    0253015030 (pbk.)
    9780253015037 (pbk.)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    vii, 299 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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