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Title The Oxford handbook of Holocaust studies / edited by Peter Hayes and John K. Roth
Published Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 776 pages) : illustrations
Series [Oxford handbooks]
Oxford handbooks.
Contents Antisemitism / Richard S. Levy -- Science / Patricia Heberer -- Nationalism / Eric D. Weitz -- Colonialism / A. Dirk Moses -- Fascism / Philip Morgan -- World Wars / Doris Bergen -- Hitler and Himmler / Alan E. Steinweis -- Problem-Solvers / Christopher Browning -- Killers / Edward Westermann -- On-Lookers / Paul Levine -- Rescuers / Debórah Dwork -- Jews / Dan Michman -- Women / Lenore J. Weitzman -- Children / Nicholas Stargardt -- Catholics / Kevin P. Spicer -- Protestants / Robert P. Ericksen -- The Allies / Shlomo Aronson -- Gypsies, Homosexuals, Slavs / John Connelly -- Greater Germany / Wolf Gruner -- Living Space / Wendy Lower -- Occupied and Satellite States / Radu Ioanid -- Ghettos / Martin C. Dean -- Labor Sites / Mark Spoerer -- Camps / Karin Orth -- German Documents and Diaries / Peter Fritzsche -- Jews' Diaries and Chronicles / Amos Goldberg -- Survivors' Accounts / Henry Greenspan -- Literature / Sara R. Horowitz -- Film / Lawrence Baron -- Art / Dora Apel -- Music / Bret Werb -- Memorials and Museums / James E. Young -- Liberation and Dispersal / Arieh J. Kochavi -- Punishment / Rebecca Wittmann -- Plunder and Restitution / Peter Hayes -- Denial / Deborah E. Lipstadt -- Israel / Boaz Cohen -- Jewish Culture / Jeffrey Shandler -- Judaism / Michael Berenbaum -- Christianity / Stephen R. Haynes -- Germany / Jeffrey Herf -- Europe / Jan-Werner Muller -- The Social Sciences / James E. Waller -- The Humanities / Berel Lang -- Education / Simone Schweber -- Human Rights Law / David H. Jones -- Ethics / John K. Roth
Summary Few scholarly fields have developed in recent decades as rapidly and vigorously as Holocaust Studies. The persecution and murder perpetrated by the Nazi regime have become the subject of an enormous literature in multiple academic disciplines and a touchstone of public and intellectual discourse - including politics, ethics and religion - at the start of the twenty-first century. Forward-looking and multi-disciplinary, this Handbook is thematically divided into five broad sections: Enablers, Protagonists, Settings, Representations, and Aftereffects. It draws on the work of an international team of over forty outstanding scholars
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Form Electronic book
Author Hayes, Peter, 1946 September 7-
Roth, John K.
Other Titles Handbook of Holocaust studies
Holocaust studies