Journal THHM


Front cover of the journal, The Holocaust in History and Memory, Volume 2, 2009, Bearing Witness: Testimony and the Historical Memory of the Holocaust.

Volume 2, (2008)
Bearing Witness
Testimony and the Historical Memory of the Holocaust
Edited by Rainer Schulze
ISBN 1-904059-79-6.

Volume 2 (2009)
Bearing Witness
Testimony and the Historical Memory of the Holocaust

Edited by Rainer Schulze

ISBN 1-904059-79-6

Price: £6.00



Olaf Jensen (University of Leicester)

The Importancfe of Oral Testimony: Some Introductory Refelctions

Michele Langfield (Deakin University, Melbourne)

'Performative Tellings': Reflections on Jewish Holocaust Survivor Testimonies in Melbourne

Diana Gring and Karin Theilen (Stiftnun niedersächsische Gedenkstätten / Gedenkstätte Bergen-Belsen)

Fragments of Memory: Testimony in the New Permanent Exhibition at Bergen-Belsen

Ulrike Smalley (Imperial War Museum)

Objective Realists? British War Artists as Witness to the Liberation of Bergen-Belson Concentration Camp

Sanja Bahun (University of Essex)

Faces Not different from Our Own: Alain resnais's Night and Fog as Cross-Historical Testimony

Review articles

Jeremy Krikler (University of Essex)

Voice, Face and the Holocaust

John Haynes (University of Essex)

A Note on Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds


Ladislaus Lö Brighton

Life in the Privileged Camp: Five Months in Bergen-Belson

Edith Balas, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Dora Love

From Memel to Colchester

Anna Kalteska

Interviewed by David P. Boder on 26 September 1946 in Wiesbaden

Calendar Note

Rainer Schulze (University of Essex)

9 December 1948: The UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide


Olaf Jensen

The Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust Studies: The Oldest Holocaust Research Centre in Britain

Anthony Grenville / Bea Lewkowicz

The Association of Jewish refugees Audio-Visual Testimony Archive

Clara-Lucia Sandoval Villalba / Fabian Freyenhagen / Andrew Harrison

The University of Essex Launches Transitional Justice Network

Jan Láníček

Governments-in-Exile and the Jews during the Second World War

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