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Multidirectional memory : remembering the Holocaust in the age of decolonization
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Éditeur Stanford University Press
Année 2009
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Multidirectional memory : remembering the Holocaust in the age of decolonization
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1 vol. (XVII-379 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm
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940.53
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Introduction : theorizing multidirectional memory in a transnational age ; Boomerang effects : bare life, trauma, and the colonial turn in Holocaust studies ; At the limits of Eurocentrism : Hannah Arendt's The origins of totalitarianism ; "Un choc en retour": Aimé Césaire's discourses on colonialism and genocide ; Migrations of memory : ruins, ghettos, diasporas ; W.E.B. Du Bois in Warsaw : Holocaust memory and the color line ; Anachronistic aesthetics : André Schwarz-Bart and Caryl Phillips on the ruins of memory ; Truth, torture, testimony : Holocaust memory during the Algerian War ; The work of testimony in the age of decolonization : chronicle of a summer and the emergence of the Holocaust survivor ; The counterpublic witness : Charlotte Delbo's Les belles lettres ; October 17, 1961 : a site of Holocaust memory? ; A tale of three ghettos : race, gender, and "universality" around 1961 ; Hidden children : the ethics of multigenerational memory after 1961 ; Epilogue : multidirectional memory in an age of occupations
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978-0-8047-6217-5
0-8047-6217-1
978-0-8047-6218-2
0-8047-6218-X
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