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Visualizing Spatial Experience in the Holocaust
Anne Knowles, University of Maine, Orono

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Interview with Anne Knowles, Tim Cole, Alberto Giordano, and Paul Jaskot (Book Section)
Title: Interview with Anne Knowles, Tim Cole, Alberto Giordano, and Paul Jaskot
Author: Claudio Fogu
Author: Todd Presner
Editor: Wulf Kansteiner
Editor: Claudio
Editor: Todd Presner
Abstract: Depictions of the Holocaust in history, literature, and film became a focus of intense academic debate in the 1980s and 1990s. Today, with the passing of the eyewitness generation and the rise of comparative genocide studies, the Holocaust’s privileged place not only in scholarly discourse but across Western society has been called into question. Probing the Ethics of Holocaust Culture is a searching reappraisal of the debates and controversies that have shaped Holocaust studies over a quarter century. This landmark volume brings international scholars of the founding generation of Holocaust studies into conversation with a new generation of historians, artists, and writers who have challenged the limits of representation through their scholarly and cultural practices. Focusing on the public memorial cultures, testimonial narratives, and artifacts of cultural memory and history generated by Holocaust remembrance, the volume examines how Holocaust culture has become institutionalized, globalized, and variously contested. Organized around three interlocking themes—the stakes of narrative, the remediation of the archive, and the politics of exceptionality—the essays in this volume explore the complex ethics surrounding the discourses, artifacts, and institutions of Holocaust remembrance. From contrasting viewpoints and, in particular, from the multiple perspectives of genocide studies, the authors question if and why the Holocaust should remain the ultimate test case for ethics and a unique reference point for how we understand genocide and crimes against humanity.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.worldcat.org/title/probing-the-ethics-of-holocaust-culture-the-roots-of-militarism-18661945/oclc/992453786&referer=brief_results
Primary URL Description: Entry in WorldCat
Secondary URL: http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674970519
Secondary URL Description: Entry in Harvard University Press Catalog
Access Model: Printed book
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Book Title: Probing the Ethics of Holocaust Culture : The Roots of Militarism, 1866–1945
ISBN: 9780674970519


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