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The Holocaust : theoretical readings / edited by Neil Levi and Michael Rothberg.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.3 .H66 2003b

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2003
    Contents
    The drowned and the saved / Primo Levi
    Resentments / Jean Améry
    Days and memory / Charlotte Delbo
    The camps / Ruth Kluger
    On the public use of history / Jürgen Habermas
    The "Final Solution" : on the unease in historical interpretation / Saul Friedlander
    Historical understanding and counterrationality : the Judenrat as epistemological vantage / Dan Diner
    The uniqueness and normality of the Holocaust / Zygmunt Bauman
    The European imagination in the age of total war / Omer Bartov
    The origins of the Nazi genocide / Henry Friedlander
    The rhetoric of Hitler's "Battle" / Kenneth Burke
    The psychological structure of fascism / Georges Bataille
    Elements of anti-semitism / Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno
    The fiction of the political / Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe
    Anti-semitism and national socialism / Moishe Postone
    Ordinary men / Christopher Browning
    Floods, bodies, history / Klaus Theweleit
    Racism and sexism in Nazi Germany / Gisela Bock
    The unethical and unspeakable : women and the Holocaust / Joan Ringelheim
    Women and the Holocaust : analyzing gender difference / Pascale Rachel Bos
    Trauma and experience / Cathy Caruth
    Trauma, absence, loss / Dominick LaCapra
    Trauma and transference / Saul Friedlander
    History beyond the pleasure principle : some thoughts on the representation of trauma / Eric L. Santner
    Bearing witness or the vicissitudes of listening / Dori Laub
    Thinking the tremendum / Arthur A. Cohen
    To mend the world / Emil L. Fackenheim
    Ethics and spirit / Emmanuel Levinas
    Eichmann in Jerusalem / Hannah Arendt
    What is a camp? / Giorgio Agamben
    The differend / Jean-François Lyotard
    New political theology : out of Holocaust and liberation / Gillian Rose
    Theses on the philosophy of history / Walter Benjamin
    Cultural criticism and society / Theodor W. Adorno
    Meditations on metaphysics / Theodor W. Adorno
    Writing and the Holocaust / Irving Howe
    Non-philosophical amazement : writing in amazement : Benjamin's position in the aftermath of the Holocaust / Sigrid Weigel
    The writing of the disaster / Maurice Blanchot
    Shibboleth / Jacques Derrida
    Language and culture after the Holocaust / Geoffrey H. Hartman
    Representing Auschwitz / Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi
    The moral space of figurative discourse / Berel Lang
    Writing the Holocaust / James E. Young
    The modernist event / Hayden White
    Against foreshadowing / Michael André Bernstein
    Deep memory : the buried self / Lawrence L. Langer
    The return of the voice : Claude Lanzmann's Shoah / Shoshana Felman
    Reflections of Nazism / Saul Friedlander
    Holocaust / Jean Baudrillard
    Anselm Kiefer : the terror of history, the temptation of myth / Andreas Huyssen
    The aesthetic transformation of the image of the unimaginable : notes on Claude Lanzmann's Shoah / Gertrud Koch
    In plain sight / Lilliane Weissberg
    Memory shot through with holes / Henri Raczymow
    Mourning and postmemory / Marianne Hirsch
    Negative symbiosis : Germans and Jews after Auschwitz / Dan Diner
    The countermonument : memory against itself in Germany / James E. Young
    Two kinds of uniqueness : the universal aspects of the Holocaust / Alan Milchman and Alan Rosenberg
    What was the Holocaust? / Yehuda Bauer
    The black Atlantic / Paul Gilroy
    Thinking about genocide / Mahmood Mamdani
    Dare to compare : Americanizing the Holocaust / Lilian Friedberg
    The Holocaust in American life / Peter Novick.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Levi, Neil.
    Rothberg, Michael.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The drowned and the saved / Primo Levi -- Resentments / Jean Améry -- Days and memory / Charlotte Delbo -- The camps / Ruth Kluger -- On the public use of history / Jürgen Habermas -- The "Final Solution" : on the unease in historical interpretation / Saul Friedlander -- Historical understanding and counterrationality : the Judenrat as epistemological vantage / Dan Diner -- The uniqueness and normality of the Holocaust / Zygmunt Bauman -- The European imagination in the age of total war / Omer Bartov -- The origins of the Nazi genocide / Henry Friedlander -- The rhetoric of Hitler's "Battle" / Kenneth Burke -- The psychological structure of fascism / Georges Bataille -- Elements of anti-semitism / Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno -- The fiction of the political / Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe -- Anti-semitism and national socialism / Moishe Postone -- Ordinary men / Christopher Browning -- Floods, bodies, history / Klaus Theweleit -- Racism and sexism in Nazi Germany / Gisela Bock -- The unethical and unspeakable : women and the Holocaust / Joan Ringelheim -- Women and the Holocaust : analyzing gender difference / Pascale Rachel Bos -- Trauma and experience / Cathy Caruth -- Trauma, absence, loss / Dominick LaCapra -- Trauma and transference / Saul Friedlander -- History beyond the pleasure principle : some thoughts on the representation of trauma / Eric L. Santner -- Bearing witness or the vicissitudes of listening / Dori Laub -- Thinking the tremendum / Arthur A. Cohen -- To mend the world / Emil L. Fackenheim -- Ethics and spirit / Emmanuel Levinas -- Eichmann in Jerusalem / Hannah Arendt -- What is a camp? / Giorgio Agamben -- The differend / Jean-François Lyotard -- New political theology : out of Holocaust and liberation / Gillian Rose -- Theses on the philosophy of history / Walter Benjamin -- Cultural criticism and society / Theodor W. Adorno -- Meditations on metaphysics / Theodor W. Adorno -- Writing and the Holocaust / Irving Howe -- Non-philosophical amazement : writing in amazement : Benjamin's position in the aftermath of the Holocaust / Sigrid Weigel -- The writing of the disaster / Maurice Blanchot -- Shibboleth / Jacques Derrida -- Language and culture after the Holocaust / Geoffrey H. Hartman -- Representing Auschwitz / Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi -- The moral space of figurative discourse / Berel Lang -- Writing the Holocaust / James E. Young -- The modernist event / Hayden White -- Against foreshadowing / Michael André Bernstein -- Deep memory : the buried self / Lawrence L. Langer -- The return of the voice : Claude Lanzmann's Shoah / Shoshana Felman -- Reflections of Nazism / Saul Friedlander -- Holocaust / Jean Baudrillard -- Anselm Kiefer : the terror of history, the temptation of myth / Andreas Huyssen -- The aesthetic transformation of the image of the unimaginable : notes on Claude Lanzmann's Shoah / Gertrud Koch -- In plain sight / Lilliane Weissberg -- Memory shot through with holes / Henri Raczymow -- Mourning and postmemory / Marianne Hirsch -- Negative symbiosis : Germans and Jews after Auschwitz / Dan Diner -- The countermonument : memory against itself in Germany / James E. Young -- Two kinds of uniqueness : the universal aspects of the Holocaust / Alan Milchman and Alan Rosenberg -- What was the Holocaust? / Yehuda Bauer -- The black Atlantic / Paul Gilroy -- Thinking about genocide / Mahmood Mamdani -- Dare to compare : Americanizing the Holocaust / Lilian Friedberg -- The Holocaust in American life / Peter Novick.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0748616543
    0748616551
    Physical Description
    xx, 485 pages ; 25 cm

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