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Teaching the representation of the Holocaust

Author: Marianne Hirsch; Irene Kacandes
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Modern Language Association of America, 2004.
Series: Options for teaching, 18.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marianne Hirsch; Irene Kacandes
ISBN: 0873523482 9780873523486 0873523490 9780873523493
OCLC Number: 56324251
Description: viii, 512 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Marianne Hirsch and Irene Kacandes --
pt. 1. Critical paradigms. --
The barbarity of footnotes : history and the Holocaust / Doris L. Bergen --
Questions of authenticity / Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi --
Teaching about perpetrators / Froma I. Zeitlin --
Reflections on the long history of European antisemitism / Susannah Heschel and Sander Gilman --
Gender and Holocaust representation / Sara R. Horowitz --
Teaching trauma and transmission / Bella Brodzki --
The Holocaust and comparative genocide in the twentieth century / Eric D. Weitz --
Y--you know English?" : multilingual English and the Holocaust / Alan Rosen --
pt. 2. Genres. --
Poetry and Holocaust remembrance / Susan Gubar --
Teaching fiction, teaching the Holocaust / Amy Hungerford --
Broken records : Holocaust diaries, memoirs, and memorial books / Jared Stark --
Audio and video testimony and Holocaust studies / Geoffrey Hartman --
Teaching cinema, teaching the Holocaust / Orly Lubin --
Teaching the drama of the Holocaust / Christian Rogowski --
The problem of childhood, children's literature, and Holocaust representation / Adrienne Kertzer --
Postmemory, backshadowing, separation : teaching second-generation Holocaust fiction / Efraim Sicher --
Teaching German memory and countermemory : the end of the Holocaust monument in Germany / James E. Young --
Teaching visual culture and the Holocaust / David Bathrick --
pt. 3. Selected texts. Responding to the burden of witness in Dan Pagis's "Written in pencil in the sealed railway-car" / Ranen Omer-Sherman --
Paul Celan's stars : teaching "Todesfuge" as a canonical Holocaust poem / Ulrich Baer --
Questioning key texts : a pedagogical approach to teaching Elie Wiesel's Night / Gary Weissman --
A rational humanist confronts the Holocaust : teaching Primo Levi's Survival in Auschwitz / Jonathan Druker --
Reconsidering Anne Frank : teaching the diary in its historical and cultural context / Pascale Bos --
Surviving Charlotte Delbo's Auschwitz and after : how to arrive and depart / Judith Greenberg --
The 1.5 generation : George Perec's W or the memory of childhood / Susan Rubin Suleiman --
Ruth Klüger's Still alive : a Holocaust girlhood remembered : an unsentimental education / Nancy K. Miller --
"Toward an addressable you" : Ozick's The shawl and the mouth of the witness / Michael G. Levine --
"You wanted history, I give you history" : Claude Lanzmann's Shoah / Leo Spitzer --
Not quite Holocaust fiction : A.B. Yehoshua's Mr. Mani and W.G. Sebald's The emigrants / Adam Zachary Newton --
pt. 4. Classroom contexts. --
Winning support for a multidisciplinary Holocaust course at a small liberal arts college / Marcia D. Horn --
Teaching the Holocaust in a genocide studies framework at a historically Black university / Renée A. Hill --
Building a Holocaust studies program for both town and gown / David Scrase --
Teaching the Holocaust in a Jewish American literature course / Joshua L. Charlson --
Pedagogy and the politics of memory : "the countermonument project" / Michael Rothberg --
Writing the Holocaust : the transformative power of response journals / Sondra Perl --
Afterword / Marianne Hirsch and Irene Kacandes.
Series Title: Options for teaching, 18.
Responsibility: edited by Marianne Hirsch and Irene Kacandes.
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"This is an excellent and important book. It will be helpful to many teachers in the field of literary and cultural studies who would like to teach a course on the Holocaust." --Liliane Weissberg, Read more...

 
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