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Approaching an Auschwitz survivor : Holocaust testimony and its transformations

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Approaching an Auschwitz survivor : Holocaust testimony and its transformations
Call No: 940.5315 T55a (In processing)

Call Number940.5315 T55a (In processing)
Dates2010; ©2009
Statement of Responsibilityedited by Jürgen Matthäus ; foreword by Mark Roseman.
Creators & ContributorsMatthäus, Jürgen (editor)
Roseman, Mark (contributor)
Kwiet, Konrad (contributor)
Tec, Nechama (contributor)
Grossmann, Atina (contributor)
Lower, Wendy (contributor)
Boder, David P. (David Pablo) (contributor)
Tichauer, Helen (subject)
SummaryFive Holocaust scholars reflect on the testimony of one survivor, Helen "Zippi" Tichauer and watch her testimony—and scholarly responses to it—evolve over the years. —Publisher
ContentsForeword / Mark Roseman
Introduction: What does it mean? Holocaust testimony and the story of Helen "Zippi" Tichauer
  1. Designing survival: a graphic artist in Birkenau / Konrad Kwiet
  2. Recapturing the past: individuality and cooperation in Auschwitz / Nechama Tec
  3. Displacing memory: the transformations of an early interview / Jürgen Matthäus
  4. Living on: remembering Feldafing / Atina Grossmann
  5. Distant encounter: an Auschwitz survivor in the college classroom / Wendy Lower
Conclusion: What have we learned?
Appendix: English translation of an interview conducted by David Boder with Helen Tichauer
Physical Description x, 211 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherOxford : Oxford University Press
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted in 2017 by Robert & Marilyn Krell in honour of Leon Bogner's 75th birthday