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  • 1
    Language: German
    Year of publication: 2022
    Titel der Quelle: Compass-Infodienst : Online-Extra
    Angaben zur Quelle: (2022)326, S. 1-15
    Note: Standort: Obere Etage / Zeitschriftenleseraum
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9783835346796
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (344 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten
    Year of publication: 2021
    Series Statement: European Holocaust studies volume 3
    Series Statement: European Holocaust studies
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
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    Keywords: Erinnerung ; Kollektives Gedächtnis ; Nationalsozialismus ; Gedächtnis ; Judenvernichtung ; Judenverfolgung ; Gedenkstätte ; Konzentrationslager ; Konferenzschrift 2019 ; Nationalsozialismus ; Judenverfolgung ; Judenvernichtung ; Konzentrationslager ; Erinnerung ; Gedächtnis ; Kollektives Gedächtnis ; Gedenkstätte
    Abstract: Umschlag -- Titel -- Contents -- RESEARCH ARTICLES -- Natalia Aleksiun and Hana Kubátová: Introduction: Places, Spaces, and Voids in the Holocaust -- Andrea Löw and Kim Wünschmann: Film and the Reordering of City Space in Nazi Germany: The Demolition of the Munich Main Synagogue -- Michal Frankl: Cast Out of Civilized Society: Refugees in the No Man's Land between Slovakia and Hungary in 1938 -- Beate Meyer: Protected or Persecuted? Preliminary Findings on Foreign Jews in Nazi Germany -- Dominique Schröder: Writing the Camps, Shifting the Limits of Language: Toward a Semantics of the Concentration Camps -- Tal Bruttmann, Stefan Hördler, and Christoph Kreutzmüller: A Paradoxical Panorama: Aspects of Space in Lili Jacob's Album -- Irina Rebrova: Jewish Accounts of Soviet Evacuation to the North Caucasus -- Malena Chinski: A New Address for Holocaust Research: Michel Borwicz and Joseph Wulf in Paris,1947-1951 -- Anna Engelking: "Our own traitor" as the Focal Point of Belarusian Folk Narrative on Local Perpetrators of the Holocaust -- Hannah Wilson: The Memoryscape of Sobibór Death Camp: Commemoration and Materiality -- DISCUSSION ESSAY -- Tim Cole and Anne Kelly Knowles: Thinking Spatially about the Holocaust -- SOURCE COMMENTARY -- Julie Dawson: "What meaning can the keeping of a diary have for a person like me": Spaces of Survivor Agency under Postwar Oppression -- PROJECT DESCRIPTION -- Denisa Nestakova: "Privileged" Space or Site of Temporary Safety? Women and Men in the Sered Camp -- Florian Zabransky: Male Jewish Intimacy during the Holocaust -- Svenja Bethke: Clothing, Fashion, and Survival in the Nazi Ghettos -- About the Authors
    URL: Volltext  (URL des Erstveröffentlichers)
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  • 3
    ISBN: 978-3-8353-5203-2
    Language: English
    Pages: 303 Seiten : Illustrationen
    Year of publication: 2022
    Series Statement: European Holocaust studies 4
    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung
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  • 4
    ISBN: 978-3-8353-3952-1
    Language: English
    Pages: 344 Seiten : Illustrationen
    Year of publication: 2021
    Series Statement: European Holocaust studies 3
    DDC: 943
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9783835352032 , 3835352032
    Language: English
    Pages: 303 Seiten , Illustrationen , 22.2 cm x 14 cm
    Year of publication: 2022
    Series Statement: European Holocaust studies volume 4
    Series Statement: European Holocaust studies
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Colonial paradigms of violence: comparative analysis of the Holocaust, genocide and mass killing (Veranstaltung : 2020 : Online) Colonial paradigms of violence
    DDC: 940.5318
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    Keywords: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Genocide History ; Imperialism ; Konferenzschrift 2020 ; Konferenzschrift 2020 ; Judenvernichtung ; Völkermord ; Massenmord ; Kolonialismus ; Judenvernichtung ; Kolonialismus ; Gewalt ; Massenmord ; Vergleich
    Abstract: In recent years, scholars have rediscovered Hannah Arendt's "boomerang thesis" – the "coming home" of European colonialism as genocide on European soil – as well as Raphael Lemkin`s work around his definition of genocide and the importance of its colonial dimensions. Germany and other European states are increasingly engaging in debates on comparing the Holocaust to other genocides and cases of mass killing, memorialization, "decolonization" and attempts to come to terms with the past ("Vergangenheitsbewältigung").
    Abstract: Research Articles -- Michelle Gordon and Rachel O'Sullivan: Introduction: Colonial Paradigms of Violence -- Dorota Glowacka: A "Vanished World": Cultural Genocide of Eastern European Jews through the Lens of Settler Colonialism -- Jack Palmer: Genocide, Occupation, Extinction: A Conceptual Constellation in the Thought of Raphael Lemkin -- Sarah Ehlers: Disease Control and Human Experimentation: Networks, Practices, and Biographical Pathways from Colonial Medicine to Nazi Germany -- Ángel Alcalde: Colonial Warfare and Mass Murder in the Spanish Civil War: From the Rif to Badajoz? -- Carroll P. Kakel, III: "One Should Take America as a Model": How Adolf Hitler Used American Westering as Model and Legitimation for the Nazi Lebensraum Empire -- Jadwiga Biskupska: Zamość Experiments: SS Settler Colonialism and Violence in Eastern Poland -- Aleksandra Szczepan: Terra Incognita? Othering East-Central Europe in Holocaust Studies -- Roundtable Discussion -- Edward Kissi, Tom Lawson, Ulrike Lindner, and Mirjam Zadoff: A European Vergangenheitsbewältigung? New Entanglements of Holocaust and Colonial Histories -- Source Commentary -- Elizabeth Harvey: "Hard Work was Part of the Act": Charlotte Kahane's Memoir 'In the Safety of the Third Reich' -- Project Descriptions -- Manuela Bauche, Danna Marshall, Volker Strähle, and Kerstin Stubenvoll: Geschichte der Ihnestraße 22: Remembering the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics -- Robin Buller: Ottoman Jews in Paris: Immigrant Belonging in Interwar and Occupied France, 1918-1945 -- Tom Menger: The Colonial Way of War: Extreme Violence in Knowledge and Practice of Colonial Warfare in the British, German, and Dutch Colonial Empires, c. 1890-1914 -- Roni Mikel-Arieli: Jewish Deportees in Mauritius (1940-1945): A History from the Margins -- Liane Schäfer: Intersections of Racism and Antisemitism in Postcolonial and Post-National Socialist Germany -- About the Authors.
    Abstract: "European Holocaust Studies (EHS) publishes key international research results on the murder of the European Jews and its wider contexts. In recent years, scholars have rediscovered Hannah Arendt's "boomerang thesis" - the "coming home" of European colonialism as genocide on European soil - as well as Raphael Lemkin's work around his definition of genocide and the importance of its colonial dimensions. Germany and other European states are increasingly engaging in debates on comparing the Holocaust to other genocides and cases of mass killing, memorialization, "decolonization" and attempts to come to terms with the past ("Vergangenheitsbewältigung")."--
    Note: Literaturangaben , "... the basis for this volume in the "Colonial paradigms of violence" workshop, held in digital form in November 2020" (Seite 25)
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