Personal engagement and the study of the Holocaust /
Table of Contents:
- Front Matter
- Title Page
- Chapter 1
- Personal Engagement and the Study of the Holocaust: Redressing the Missed Conversation of the Past
- Chapter 2
- The History Fiction Divide
- Chapter 3
- Some Reflection on 'History and Fiction' in my Landscapes of the Metropolis of Death. Comments on Hayden White's 'The History Fiction Divide'
- Chapter 4
- What is the Holocaust?
- Chapter 5
- The Lack of Conscious Engagement with the Reality of the Holocaust or: On the non-reception of Jan Karski in the Federal Republic of GermanyChapter 6
- A Hide-out in Demo Version: The Keret House in Warsaw as Re-enactment of Jewish Hiding
- Chapter 7
- 'The Holocaust'
- Do We Agree What We Are Talking About?
- Chapter 8
- Coming to Terms with the Past: Reading and Writing Colonial Genocide in the Shadow of the Holocaust
- Chapter 9
- Survivor Testimonies and Historical Objectivity: Polish Histriography since Neighbors
- Chapter 10
- Tales of Affect, 'Thick' and 'Thin': On Distantiation in Holocaust HistriographyChapter 11
- The First Person Inversion: Conscious Engagement and the Pratrical Past
- Notes on Contributors