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Editors: Hilary Earl and Karl A. Schleunes

Title: Expanding Perspectives on the Holocaust in a Changing World

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Place: Evanston, IL

Publisher: Northwestern University Press

Year: 2014

Pages: 394pp.

Series: Lessons and Legacies XI

ISBN-13: 9780810130913 (cloth) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat | ISBN-13: 9780810130906 (paper) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat | ISBN-13: 9780810130920 (ebk.) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 20th Century | European History: German History



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Editors:

Hilary Earl, Nipissing University

Karl Schleunes, Department of History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro – Wikipedia

Contents:

  II. Sexual Violence
  The Historicity of Denial: Sexual Violence against Jewish Women during the War of Annihilation, 1941–1945
Regina Mühlhäuser (p. 31)
  “Her flesh is branded: ‘For Officers Only’”: Imagining and Imagined Sexual Violence against Jewish Women during the Holocaust
Pascale Bos (p. 59)
  Pipels: Situational Homosexual Slavery of Young Adolescent Boys in Nazi Concentration Camps
Robert Sommer (p. 86)

Description: »“Expanding Perspectives on the Holocaust in a Changing World” was the theme of the eleventh Lessons and Legacies Conference on the Holocaust. The eighteen essays published here, which sprung from the conference, reflect questions that Holocaust scholars are asking in the face of shifting political, economic, social, and disciplinary contexts. These questions are addressed from various perspectives including Jewish studies, history, cultural studies (film and memory), literary studies, legal studies, and geography. The book opens with the contentious issues raised in the keynote addresses of Omer Bartov and Timothy Snyder, which highlight the fact that the Holocaust, a once untold history, is now a central component of a wide-ranging scholarship not limited to German history.« (Source: Northwestern University Press)

Reviews:

Hushion, Stacy. Contemporary Church History Quarterly 21(1) (March 2015). – Full Text: Contemporary Church History Quarterly (Free Access)

Wikipedia: History of Europe: History of Germany / Nazi Germany