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Visual culture and the Holocaust / edited and with an introduction by Barbie Zelizer.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: NX650.H57 V57 2001

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    Series
    Rutgers depth of field series
    Rutgers depth of field series.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2001
    Contents
    Introduction : on visualizing the Holocaust / Barbie Zelizer
    In plain sight / Liliane Weissberg
    Of mice and mimesis : reading Spiegelman with Adorno / Andreas Huyssen
    Deadly historians : Boltanski's intervention in Holocaust historiography / Ernst van Alphen
    Lost in translation : Clement Greenberg, Anselm Kiefer, and the subject of history / Lisa Saltzman
    The man in the glass box : watching the Eichmann trial on American television / Jeffrey Shandler
    Tele-suffering and testimony in the dot com era / Geoffrey Hartman
    Schindler's list is not shoah : second commandment, popular modernism, and public memory / Miriam Bratu Hansen
    Hybrid victims : second-generation Israelis screen the Holocaust / Yosefa Loshitzky
    Daniel Libeskind's Jewish museum in Berlin : the uncanny arts of memorial architecture / James E. Young
    "From shore to shore" : the Holocaust, clandestine immigration, and Israeli heritage museums / Tamar Katriel
    Surviving images : Holocaust photographs and the work of postmemory / Marianne Hirsch
    Gender and atrocity : women in Holocaust photographs / Barbie Zelizer
    The shrunken head of Buchenwald : icons of atrocity at Nuremberg / Lawrence Douglas
    The tattooed Jew / Dora Apel
    Clicking on Hitler : the virtual Holocaust @home / Anna Reading
    Analogs of loss : Vera Frenkel's Body missing (http://www.yorku.ca/BodyMissing) / Elizabeth Legge.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Zelizer, Barbie.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction : on visualizing the Holocaust / Barbie Zelizer -- In plain sight / Liliane Weissberg -- Of mice and mimesis : reading Spiegelman with Adorno / Andreas Huyssen -- Deadly historians : Boltanski's intervention in Holocaust historiography / Ernst van Alphen -- Lost in translation : Clement Greenberg, Anselm Kiefer, and the subject of history / Lisa Saltzman -- The man in the glass box : watching the Eichmann trial on American television / Jeffrey Shandler -- Tele-suffering and testimony in the dot com era / Geoffrey Hartman -- Schindler's list is not shoah : second commandment, popular modernism, and public memory / Miriam Bratu Hansen -- Hybrid victims : second-generation Israelis screen the Holocaust / Yosefa Loshitzky -- Daniel Libeskind's Jewish museum in Berlin : the uncanny arts of memorial architecture / James E. Young -- "From shore to shore" : the Holocaust, clandestine immigration, and Israeli heritage museums / Tamar Katriel -- Surviving images : Holocaust photographs and the work of postmemory / Marianne Hirsch -- Gender and atrocity : women in Holocaust photographs / Barbie Zelizer -- The shrunken head of Buchenwald : icons of atrocity at Nuremberg / Lawrence Douglas -- The tattooed Jew / Dora Apel -- Clicking on Hitler : the virtual Holocaust @home / Anna Reading -- Analogs of loss : Vera Frenkel's Body missing (http://www.yorku.ca/BodyMissing) / Elizabeth Legge.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0813528925
    0813528933 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    vii, 364 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

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