Dislocated memories : Jews, music, and postwar German culture /
Oxford ; New York :
Oxford University Press,
Table of Contents:
- Part I : Perceptions of represence. A historiography of postwar writings on Jewish music during the 1930s and 1940s / Tina Frühauf
- "With an open mind and with respect" : Klezmer as a site of the Jewish fringe in Germany in the early twenty-first century / Joel E. Rubin
- Musical memories of Terezín in transnational perspective / Amy Lynn Wlodarski.
- Part II : Dislocated presence. "Vu ahin zol ikh gehn?" : Music culture of Jewish displaced persons / Bret Werb
- The Katset-Teater and the development of Yiddish theater in the DP Camp Bergen-Belsen / Sophie Fetthauer ; translated by Lily E. Hirsch
- "Driven from their home" : Jewish displacement and musical memory in the 1948 movie Long is the road / Joshua S. Walden.
- Part III : Politics of memory. Remembering the concentration camps : Aleksander Kulisiewicz and his concerts of prisoners' songs in the Federal Republic of Germany / Barbara Milewski
- Eberhard Rebling, Lin Jaldati, and Yiddish music in East Germany, 1949-1962 / David Shneer
- Jewishness and Antifascism : Schoenberg's A survivor from Warsaw in East Germany, 1958 / Joy H. Calico.
- Part IV : Modes of commemoration. Where is the Holocaust in all this? : György Ligeti and the dialectics of life and work / Florian Scheding
- Represence of Jewishness in German music commemorating the Holocaust since the 1980s : three case studies / Sabine Feisst
- Germany's commemoration of the Jüdischer Kulturbund / Lily E. Hirsch
- Afterword / Philip V. Bohlman.