Ambivalent Sites of Memory in Postwar Germany

An issue of: New German Critique

Ambivalent Sites of Memory in Postwar Germany
Journal Issue Pages: 220 Volume 38, Number 1 Number: 112 Published: Winter 2011 An issue of New German Critique
Special Issue Editor(s): Sven-Erik Rose, Sven-Eric Rose


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1. Introduction-David Bathrick and Sven-Erik Rose

2. The Antigone Effect: Reinterring the Dead of Night and Fog in the German Autumn-Eric Kligerman

3. Aptitudes of Feeling: Ekphrasis as Prosthetic Witnessing in Anne Duden's Judas Sheep-Anna M. Parkinson

4. Televising Tainted History: Recent TV Docudrama (Dresden, March of Millions, Die Gustloff) and the Charge of Revisionism-Elke Heckner

5. The Ruined Picture Postcard: Dresden's Visually Encoded History and the Television Drama Dresden--Susanne Vees-Gulani

6. Filming Familial Secrets: Approaching and Avoiding Legacies of Nazi Perpetration-Susanne Luhmann

7. Teaching Trauma and Responsibility: World War II in West German History Textbooks-Brian M. Puaca

8. Ruins of the Cold War-Yuliya Komska

9. The Oyneg Shabes Archive and the Cold War: The Case of Yehoshue Perle's Khurbn Varshe-Sven-Erik Rose

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