After the Holocaust : challenging the myth of silence /

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Other Authors: Cesarani, David., Sundquist, Eric J.
Format: Book
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, c2012.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / David Cesarani
  • Challenging the 'myth of silence': postwar responses to the destruction of European Jewry / David Cesarani
  • Re-imagining the unimaginable: theater, memory, and rehabilitation in the displaced persons camps / Margarete Myers Feinstein
  • No silence in Yiddish: popular and scholarly writing about the Holocaust in the early postwar years / Mark L. Smith
  • Breaking the silence: the Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine in Paris and the writing of Holocaust history in liberated France / Laura Jockusch
  • Dividing the ruins: communal memory in Yiddish and Hebrew / David G. Roskies
  • "We know very little in America": David Boder and un-belated testimony / Alan Rosen
  • David P. Boder: Holocaust memory in displaced persons camps / Rachel Deblinger
  • Authoritarianism and the making of post-Holocaust personality studies / Michael E. Staub
  • If God was silent, absent, dead, or nonexistent, what about philosophy and theology? Some aftereffects and aftershocks of the Holocaust / John K. Roth
  • Trial by audience: bringing Nazi war criminals to justice in Hollywood films, 1944-59 / Lawrence Baron
  • "This too is partly Hitler's doing": American Jewish name changing in the wake of the Holocaust, 1930-57 / Kirsten Fermaglich
  • The myth of silence: survivors tell a different story / Beth B. Cohen
  • Origins and meanings of the myth of silence / Hasia R. Diner
  • Silence reconsidered: an afterword / Eric J. Sundquist.