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Multidisciplinary perspectives on genocide and memory

Author: Jutta Lindert; Armen Marsoobian
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book explores the memory and representation of genocide as they affect individuals, communities and families, and artistic representations. It brings together a variety of disciplines from public health to philosophy, anthropology to architecture, offering readers interdisciplinary and international insights into one of the most important challenges in the 21st century. The book begins by describing the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jutta Lindert; Armen Marsoobian
ISBN: 9783319655116 3319655116
OCLC Number: 994639553
Description: xiv, 326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1: Editors' Introduction: Jutta Lindert, Armen T. Marsoobian --
Part I: The Concept of Genocide and the Role of Memory: 2: Definitions and Concepts of Genocide: Lemkin and the Concept of Genocide: Steve Leonard Jacobs --
3: Conceptions of Genocide and the Ethics of Memorialization: Jeffrey Blustein --
4: Jewish Social Memory and the Augmented Stages of Genocide: Shulamith Reinharz --
Part II: Genocide, Memory and Health: 5: Terror and Identity: The Case of Argentina and the Importance of the Different 'Representations' of the Past: Daniel Feierstein --
6: Genocide and Its Long Term Mental Impact on Survivors --
What We Know and What We Do Not Know: Jutta Lindert, Haim Y. Knobler, Moshe Abramowitz --
7: Survival and Resilience versus Psychopathology: A Seven-decade Perspective Post-Holocaust: Haim Y. Knobler, Moshe Abramovitz, Jutta Lindert --
Part III: Genocide, Representation and Memorialization --
8: The Face of War and Genocide: Jay Winter --
9: When Past and Present Meet in Israeli Art: Memorialization of the Holocaust: Batya Brutin --
10: How Do We Memorialize Genocide? The Case of the German Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe: Armen T. Marsoobian --
11: The Suppression of Cultural Memory and Identity in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Prohibited Memorials and the Continuation of Genocide: David Pettigrew --
12: British Media Representation of the War in Bosnia Herzegovina: Avoiding the Duties to Prevent and Protect: Charlotte McKee --
Part IV: Bearing Witness to Genocide in the Arts: 13: Some Notes on My Poems and Armenian Memory: Peter Balakian --
14 : Poems: Peter Balakian --
15: My Artistic Explorations of the Holocaust: Hans Guggenheim --
16: Coming to Terms with the Past: The Vienna Project as an Interactive, Interdisciplinary Model of Memorialization: Karen Frostig --
17: Collective Memory, Memorialization and Bearing Witness in the Aftermath of the Armenian Genocide: Armen T. Marsoobian.
Responsibility: Jutta Lindert, Armen T. Marsoobian, editors.

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