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The Holocaust's ghost : writings on art, politics, law, and education / F.C. DeCoste, Bernard Schwartz, editors.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.18 .H68 2000

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    Book
    Published
    Edmonton, Alta., Canada : University of Alberta Press, c2000
    Contents
    Part I: Art and politics. The Holocaust's life as a ghost / Zygmunt Bauman
    Wartime lies: securing the Holocaust in law and literature / Lawrence Douglas
    The shattered word: writing of the fragment and Holocaust testimony / Dorota Glowacka
    Charlotte Salmon's inward-turning literature / Mary Felstiner
    The metapolitics of power and conflict / Harold Kaplan
    Jewish musicians in the Third Reich: a tale of tragedy / Michael H. Kater
    Culture under duress: art and the Holocaust / Sybil H. Milton
    Choices artists make / Sid Chafetz
    Art after Auschwitz: Jozef Szajna's "Theatre of Panic" / Stephen C. Feinstein
    The persistence of Holocaust imagery in American art / Matthew Baigell
    Poems from Singing behind the barbed wire (introduced by Matthew Lippman) / Henryka and Alona Karmel
    Architecture and the destruction of the European Jews / Paul B. Jaskot
    Memory and counter-memory: toward a social aesthetics of Holocaust memorials / James E. Young
    The Roma Holocaust / David M. Crowe
    Denunciations and Nazi Germany / Robert Gellately
    The Holocaust and public discourse / Theodore Y. Blumoff
    Anti-semitism and anti-black racism: Nazi Germany and apartheid South Africa / Heribert Adam
    Part II. Law and education. The bar in the Third Reich: anti-semitism and the decline of liberal advocacy / Udo Reifner
    German law and German crimes in the Nazi era / Henry Friedlander
    Law, lawyers and legality in the Third Reich: the perversion of principle and professionalism / Matthew Lippman
    The Belzberg lecture: honouring memory, doing justice: Holocaust denial, hate propaganda and Canadian law / Bruce P. Elman
    Anti-semitism and Holocaust denial in the academy: a tort remedy / Geri J. Yonover
    The critical need to teach the Holocaust in a historically accurate and pedagogically sound manner / Samuel Totten
    Legitimizing the final selection: race in the school curriculum of the Third Reich / Gregory Wegner
    Treaties and interpretive nitpicking under Vichy racial statutes / Richard Weisberg
    Toward a distinctive pedagogy for Holocaust education / Stephen R. Haynes
    Herder and the Holocaust: a debate about difference and determinism in the context of contemporary law / Vivian Grosswald Curran
    Constructing memory with legal blueprints / Mark Osiel
    German lawyers and the state in the Weimar Republic / Kenneth F. Ledford
    Did legal positivism render German jurists defenceless during the Third Reich? / Walter Ott and Franziska Buob
    Holocaust and hope: Holocaust education in the context of anti-racist education in Canada / Karen R. Mock
    Countering hate on the Internet: recommendations for action / David Matas
    Education for social responsibility: the Holocaust, human rights and classroom practice / William R. Fernekes
    Teaching the Holocaust in a multiracial, multicultural urban environment / Carole Ann Reed and Myra Novogrodsky
    Cultural captivity and the need for a liberating education / Hans-Dittmar Mündel.
    Other Authors/Editors
    DeCoste, F. C., 1946-
    Schwartz, Bernard, 1937-
    Notes
    Includes papers from the conference on Holocaust: art/politics/law, held at the University of Alta., Oct. 1997.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Part I: Art and politics. The Holocaust's life as a ghost / Zygmunt Bauman -- Wartime lies: securing the Holocaust in law and literature / Lawrence Douglas -- The shattered word: writing of the fragment and Holocaust testimony / Dorota Glowacka -- Charlotte Salmon's inward-turning literature / Mary Felstiner -- The metapolitics of power and conflict / Harold Kaplan -- Jewish musicians in the Third Reich: a tale of tragedy / Michael H. Kater -- Culture under duress: art and the Holocaust / Sybil H. Milton -- Choices artists make / Sid Chafetz -- Art after Auschwitz: Jozef Szajna's "Theatre of Panic" / Stephen C. Feinstein -- The persistence of Holocaust imagery in American art / Matthew Baigell -- Poems from Singing behind the barbed wire (introduced by Matthew Lippman) / Henryka and Alona Karmel -- Architecture and the destruction of the European Jews / Paul B. Jaskot -- Memory and counter-memory: toward a social aesthetics of Holocaust memorials / James E. Young -- The Roma Holocaust / David M. Crowe -- Denunciations and Nazi Germany / Robert Gellately -- The Holocaust and public discourse / Theodore Y. Blumoff -- Anti-semitism and anti-black racism: Nazi Germany and apartheid South Africa / Heribert Adam -- Part II. Law and education. The bar in the Third Reich: anti-semitism and the decline of liberal advocacy / Udo Reifner -- German law and German crimes in the Nazi era / Henry Friedlander -- Law, lawyers and legality in the Third Reich: the perversion of principle and professionalism / Matthew Lippman -- The Belzberg lecture: honouring memory, doing justice: Holocaust denial, hate propaganda and Canadian law / Bruce P. Elman -- Anti-semitism and Holocaust denial in the academy: a tort remedy / Geri J. Yonover -- The critical need to teach the Holocaust in a historically accurate and pedagogically sound manner / Samuel Totten -- Legitimizing the final selection: race in the school curriculum of the Third Reich / Gregory Wegner -- Treaties and interpretive nitpicking under Vichy racial statutes / Richard Weisberg -- Toward a distinctive pedagogy for Holocaust education / Stephen R. Haynes -- Herder and the Holocaust: a debate about difference and determinism in the context of contemporary law / Vivian Grosswald Curran -- Constructing memory with legal blueprints / Mark Osiel -- German lawyers and the state in the Weimar Republic / Kenneth F. Ledford -- Did legal positivism render German jurists defenceless during the Third Reich? / Walter Ott and Franziska Buob -- Holocaust and hope: Holocaust education in the context of anti-racist education in Canada / Karen R. Mock -- Countering hate on the Internet: recommendations for action / David Matas -- Education for social responsibility: the Holocaust, human rights and classroom practice / William R. Fernekes -- Teaching the Holocaust in a multiracial, multicultural urban environment / Carole Ann Reed and Myra Novogrodsky -- Cultural captivity and the need for a liberating education / Hans-Dittmar Mündel.

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    English
    ISBN
    0888643586
    0888643373 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xix, 568 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.

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