Browse by Subject "Holocaust"
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The difficulty in forging a bond: the inner workings of postmemory within family relationships in Monika Maron's Pawels Briefe and Uwe Timm's Am Beispiel Meines Bruders (2012-05-22)1989 marked a pivotal time in Germany’s history where the two German states and their respective histories needed to be reconciled and the memory of its citizens was called upon to be revisited as well. With a major political ...
(2011-08-26)This dissertation examines four contemporary Austrian family novels: Eva Menasse’s Vienna (2005), Robert Menasse’s Die Vertreibung aus der Hölle (2001), Josef Haslinger’s Das Vaterspiel (2000), and Marlene Streeruwitz’s ...
(2015-07-14)This dissertation explores the historical development of the Holocaust as an event essentially unknown to a signification portion of people living in the U.S. to an event that presently is a mandatory subject in several ...
(2015-06-18)This thesis explores how questions of Jewish victimhood at the Nazi concentration and death camp Majdanek were negotiated by Poles and Soviets during the immediate post-liberation period in Lublin from July to October, ...
(2014-05-30)This dissertation explores some of the most pressing issues confronting Jews in the newly-liberated Ukraine to reveal how Soviet citizens attempted to articulate, reconstruct, and police the boundaries of their communities ...