Lessons and Legacies XIII

Lessons and Legacies XIII

New Approaches to an Integrated History of the Holocaust: Social History, Representation, Theory
Edited and with an introduction by Alexandra Garbarini and Paul B. Jaskot
About the Author

ALEXANDRA GARBARINI is a professor of history at Williams College in Massachusetts.

PAUL B. JASKOT is a professor of art history at Duke University.
Reviews

"We live at a time when the Holocaust has entered public consciousness in a major way. This means culture is free to represent, and distort, the Holocaust; witness the growing number of films, novels, poetic and other artistic expressions claiming to be 'inspired' by the Shoah. The present volume represents the leaven in the lump of Holocaust representation. The contributors are interested in revealing and unpacking historical complexities." –Alan Berger, coauthor of Third-Generation Holocaust Representation: Trauma, History, Memory