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Author Pető, Andrea.

Title Women and the Holocaust : New Perspectives and Challenges
Published Warsaw : IBL PAN, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (267 pages)
Contents Cover ; Title page ; Copyright page ; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Framing Knowledge; Lenore J. Weitzman and Dalia Ofer: The Sequential Development of Jewish Women's Coping Strategies (in the Ghettos) During the Holocaust: A New Theoretical Framework; Bożena Karwowska: Women's Luxury Items in Concentration Camps; Filling the Blanks; Eleonore Lappin-Eppel: A Missing Voice: Women Survivors of the Strasshof Transports from Hungary to Austria; Monika Vrzgulová: Holocaust in Women's Lives: Approaching a Slovak Oral History Archive
Gintare Malinauskaite: From Private to Public Memories: Vilna Ghetto Female Prisoners and their Resistance in Documentary and Narrative FilmsEdit Jeges: Gendering the Cultural Memory of the Holocaust: A Comparative Analysis of a Memoir and a Video Testimony by Olga Lengyel; List of Contributors; Index
Monika Hanková: "November Winds Destroyed My Happiness": Gender, Ethnicity, and Geographical Displacement During and after the ShoahHedvig Turai: Intersection of Erasures in Hungarian Art History: Erzsébet Schaár; Comparing (Con)texts; Aleksandra Ubertowska: "Masculine"/"Feminine" in Autobiographical Accounts of the Warsaw Ghetto: Comparative Analysis of the Memoirs of Cywia Lubetkin and Icchak Cukierman; Dana Mihăilescu: Gendered Intergenerational Spaces of Holocaust and Communist Traumas in Anca Vlasopolos' Transatlantic Memoir ""No Return Address""
Summary Women and Holocaust: New Perspectives and Challenges expands the existing scholarship on women and the Holocaust adopting current approaches to gender studies and focusing on the texts and context from Central-Eastern Europe. The authors complicate earlier approaches by considering the intersections of gender, region, nationa, and sexuality, often within specifically delineated national settings, including the Czech/German, Hungarian, Hungarian/Austrian, Lithuanian, Polish/Israeli, Romanian/US-American, and Slovak. In these essays, the communist regimes after WWII often provide a productive fr
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Author Hecht, Louise.
ISBN 8365573032