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Deeper than oblivion : trauma and memory in Israeli cinema / edited by Raz Yosef and Boaz Hagin.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: PN1993.5.I86 D44 2013

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Bloomsbury, 2013
    Locale
    Israel
    Contents
    Sweet on the inside: trauma, memory, and Israeli cinema / Boaz Hagin and Raz Yosef
    Postscript to Israeli cinema: East/West and the politics of representation / Ella Shohat
    Gender, the military, memory, and the photograph: Tamar Yarom's To see if I'm smiling and American films about Abu Ghraib / Diane Waldman
    The event and the picture: David Perlov's My stills and Memories of the Eichmann trial / Anat Zanger
    The agonies of an eternal victim: Zionist guilt in Avi Mograbi's Happy birthday, Mr. Mograbi / Shmulik Duvdevani
    Traces of war: memory, trauma, and the archive in Joseph Cedar's Beaufort / Raz Yosef
    Memory of a death foretold: fathers and sons in Assi Dayan's "Trilogy" / Yael Munk
    Queering terror: trauma, race, and nationalism in Palestinian and Israeli gay cinema during the Second Intifada / Raya Morag
    "Our traumas": terrorism, tradition, and mind games in Frozen days / Boaz Hagin
    History of violence: from the trauma of expulsion to the Holocaust in Israeli cinema / Nurith Gertz and Gal Hermoni
    Last train to the Holocaust / Judd Ne'eman and Nerit Grossman
    Passages, wars, and encounters with death: the desert as a site of memory in Israeli film / Yael Zerubavel
    "Walking through walls": documentary film and other technologies of navigation, aspiration, and memory / Janet Walker.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Yosef, Raz, 1967- editor.
    Hagin, Boaz, 1973- editor.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Sweet on the inside: trauma, memory, and Israeli cinema / Boaz Hagin and Raz Yosef -- Postscript to Israeli cinema: East/West and the politics of representation / Ella Shohat -- Gender, the military, memory, and the photograph: Tamar Yarom's To see if I'm smiling and American films about Abu Ghraib / Diane Waldman -- The event and the picture: David Perlov's My stills and Memories of the Eichmann trial / Anat Zanger -- The agonies of an eternal victim: Zionist guilt in Avi Mograbi's Happy birthday, Mr. Mograbi / Shmulik Duvdevani -- Traces of war: memory, trauma, and the archive in Joseph Cedar's Beaufort / Raz Yosef -- Memory of a death foretold: fathers and sons in Assi Dayan's "Trilogy" / Yael Munk -- Queering terror: trauma, race, and nationalism in Palestinian and Israeli gay cinema during the Second Intifada / Raya Morag -- "Our traumas": terrorism, tradition, and mind games in Frozen days / Boaz Hagin -- History of violence: from the trauma of expulsion to the Holocaust in Israeli cinema / Nurith Gertz and Gal Hermoni -- Last train to the Holocaust / Judd Ne'eman and Nerit Grossman -- Passages, wars, and encounters with death: the desert as a site of memory in Israeli film / Yael Zerubavel -- "Walking through walls": documentary film and other technologies of navigation, aspiration, and memory / Janet Walker.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781441162199
    1441162194
    Additional Form
    Electronic version available online.
    Physical Description
    viii, 371 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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