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Holocaust : an American understanding / Deborah E. Lipstadt.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.45.U55 L57 2016

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    Series
    Key words in Jewish studies ; volume 7
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Lipstadt, Deborah E., author.
    Published
    New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, [2016]
    ©2016
    1607
    Locale
    United States
    Contents
    Terms of Debate
    Finding a Name to Define a Horror
    Laying the Foundation: The Visionary Role of Philip Friedman
    Creating a Field of Study: Raul Hilberg
    Survivors in America: An Uncomfortable Encounter
    "Holocaust" in American Popular Culture, 1947-1962
    State of the Question
    The Eichmann Trial and the Arendt Debate
    "Holocaust": Shedding Light on America's Shortcomings
    A Post-Holocaust Protest Generation Creates Its Memories
    Faith in the Wake of Auschwitz: Shifting Theologies
    The Baby Boom Protesters
    From the Mideast to Moscow: Holocaust Redux?
    Survivors: From DPs to Witnesses
    Severed Alliances
    The Holocaust and the Small Screen
    America and the Holocaust: Playing the Blame Game
    The White House: Whose Holocaust?
    The Kremlin versus Wiesel: Identifying the Victims
    In a New Key
    Counting the Victims, Skewing the Numbers
    An Obsession with the Holocaust?
    A Jewish Critique
    The Bitburg Affair: The "Watergate of Symbolism"
    Memory Booms as the World Forgets
    Assaults on the Holocaust: Normalization, Denial, and Trivialization
    The Uniqueness Battle
    Impassioned Attacks
    Competitive Genocides?
    The Holocaust versus All Others
    Scaring the People: On How Not to Proceed
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Terms of Debate -- Finding a Name to Define a Horror -- Laying the Foundation: The Visionary Role of Philip Friedman -- Creating a Field of Study: Raul Hilberg -- Survivors in America: An Uncomfortable Encounter -- "Holocaust" in American Popular Culture, 1947-1962 -- State of the Question -- The Eichmann Trial and the Arendt Debate -- "Holocaust": Shedding Light on America's Shortcomings -- A Post-Holocaust Protest Generation Creates Its Memories -- Faith in the Wake of Auschwitz: Shifting Theologies -- The Baby Boom Protesters -- From the Mideast to Moscow: Holocaust Redux? -- Survivors: From DPs to Witnesses -- Severed Alliances -- The Holocaust and the Small Screen -- America and the Holocaust: Playing the Blame Game -- The White House: Whose Holocaust? -- The Kremlin versus Wiesel: Identifying the Victims -- In a New Key -- Counting the Victims, Skewing the Numbers -- An Obsession with the Holocaust? -- A Jewish Critique -- The Bitburg Affair: The "Watergate of Symbolism" -- Memory Booms as the World Forgets -- Assaults on the Holocaust: Normalization, Denial, and Trivialization -- The Uniqueness Battle -- Impassioned Attacks -- Competitive Genocides? -- The Holocaust versus All Others -- Scaring the People: On How Not to Proceed

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780813564777
    0813564778
    9780813564760
    081356476X
    9780813564784
    0813564786
    9780813573694
    0813573696
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM
    Physical Description
    xii, 204 pages 24 cm.

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