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Machine generated contents note: 1. Violence and Visibility: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives / Silvan Niedermeier 2. Torture By Any Other Name: Prelude to Guantanamo / Colin Dayan pt. I Visibilities of Crime, Policing, and Punishment 3. The Visibility of Torture in Nineteenth-Century Case Study Collections / Thomas Weitin 4. Changing Representations of Scandalous Murders in the United States / Bruce Dorsey 5. The Power of Indifference: Violence, Visibility, and Invisibility in the New York City Race Riot of 1900 / Martha Hodes 6. Violence, Visibility, and the Investigation of Police Torture in the American South, 1940-1955 / Silvan Niedermeier.
7. The "Vicarious Play" of Lynching Melodramas: Cinema and Mob Violence in the United States, 1895-1905 / Amy Louise Wood 8. Picturing Exclusion: Race, Honor, and Anti-Semitic Violence in Nazi Germany before the Second World War / Michael Wildt pt. II Visibilities of Warfare 9. Life and Death in Peep Boxes: Bringing the Civil War to the American Home / Annette Jael Lehmann 10. Images of Violence in Wehrmacht Soldiers' Private Photo Albums / Petra Bopp 11. Making Photographs Historic: The Use of Historical Black-and-White Stills in NBC's Fictional Miniseries Holocaust / Jan Taubitz 12. Shiny Happy Warfare? New York Victory Parades and the (In)Visibility of Violence / Sebastian Jobs 13. Violence and Historical Reenactment: From the American Civil War to the Moore's Ford Lynching / Dora Apel.
Martschukat, Jürgen. Niedermeier, Silvan.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-288) and index.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.