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Holocaust remembrance in Australian Jewish communities, 1945-2000 / Judith E. Berman.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.A88 B47 2001

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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Berman, Judith E.
    Published
    Crawley, W.A. : University of Western Australia Press, 2001
    Locale
    Australia
    Contents
    Introduction : the Holocaust in Australian Jewish consciousness
    pt. 1. Yom hashoah commemorations
    ch. 1. Constructing an environment of memory
    Date of commemorations
    Scope of commemorations
    Location and nature of commemorations
    Rituals of commemorations
    ch. 2. The evolving format of commemorations
    Youth or Yiddish
    Youth participation and wider Jewish community attendance
    Youth participation : the survivors' perspective
    ch. 3. The evolving boundaries of memory
    Commemoration of armed resistance
    Commemoration of spiritual resistance
    Absent memories
    ch. 4. The messages of memory
    Jewish lessons and messages
    The absence of universal lessons
    pt. 2. Holocaust education in Jewish day schools
    ch. 5. From commemoration to formal education
    Early Jewish studies staffing and curriculum
    Formal, compulsory Holocaust study
    Influences on the expansion of formal Holocaust teaching
    ch. 6. To know, remember and perpetuate memory of the Holocaust
    Context of Holocaust study units
    Focus of Holocaust study units
    Motives behind Holocaust education
    pt. 3. Jewish Holocaust museums
    ch. 7. An 'open grave' and a 'beautiful monument'
    Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre
    Holocaust Institute of WA
    Sydney Jewish Museum : of Australian Jewish History and the Holocaust
    Initial Jewish community apathy towards the museums
    The future of the museums
    ch. 8. 'The Holocaust must not be manipulated'
    Visual representations fo the Holocaust
    Jewish identity and the Holocaust
    Texts of the permanent exhibitions : focus and absences
    Representations of non-Jewish victims of Nazism
    Universal humanist lessons of the Holocaust
    Concluding displays and meanings
    Australianization of the Holocaust
    Conclusion : the future of remembrance.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-270) and index.
    Introduction : the Holocaust in Australian Jewish consciousness -- pt. 1. Yom hashoah commemorations -- ch. 1. Constructing an environment of memory -- Date of commemorations -- Scope of commemorations -- Location and nature of commemorations -- Rituals of commemorations -- ch. 2. The evolving format of commemorations -- Youth or Yiddish -- Youth participation and wider Jewish community attendance -- Youth participation : the survivors' perspective -- ch. 3. The evolving boundaries of memory -- Commemoration of armed resistance -- Commemoration of spiritual resistance -- Absent memories -- ch. 4. The messages of memory -- Jewish lessons and messages -- The absence of universal lessons -- pt. 2. Holocaust education in Jewish day schools -- ch. 5. From commemoration to formal education -- Early Jewish studies staffing and curriculum -- Formal, compulsory Holocaust study -- Influences on the expansion of formal Holocaust teaching -- ch. 6. To know, remember and perpetuate memory of the Holocaust -- Context of Holocaust study units -- Focus of Holocaust study units -- Motives behind Holocaust education -- pt. 3. Jewish Holocaust museums -- ch. 7. An 'open grave' and a 'beautiful monument' -- Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre -- Holocaust Institute of WA -- Sydney Jewish Museum : of Australian Jewish History and the Holocaust -- Initial Jewish community apathy towards the museums -- The future of the museums -- ch. 8. 'The Holocaust must not be manipulated' -- Visual representations fo the Holocaust -- Jewish identity and the Holocaust -- Texts of the permanent exhibitions : focus and absences -- Representations of non-Jewish victims of Nazism -- Universal humanist lessons of the Holocaust -- Concluding displays and meanings -- Australianization of the Holocaust -- Conclusion : the future of remembrance.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    187626859X
    Physical Description
    xi, 276 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.

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