The Holocaust in Italian culture, 1944-2010

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Stanford University Press , Stanford, California
Nationalism and collective memory, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Civiliz
StatementRobert S.C. Gordon
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LC ClassificationsDS135.I8 G66 2012
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Paginationpages cm
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Open LibraryOL25180925M
ISBN 139780804763455, 9780804763462
LC Control Number2012002456

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―Robert S.C. Gordon, University of Cambridge, author of The Holocaust in Italian Culture, Knittel’s careful and passionate investigation of this complex of memory sites, especially her critical questions about our present affinities to the perpetrators’ views of disability, Format: Hardcover.

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L’Olocausto nella cultura italiana () – is actually a slightly altered verse from Shemà, the poem we read at the opening of Levi’s first book Se questo è un uomo. Gordon himself defines Primo Levi as “the prime mediator of Holocaust awareness and the embodiment of the dignified figure of the survivor” in Italy (p.

20). Sullam’s book is squarely in the subgenre of Holocaust historiography seeking to deflate the national myths of postwar Europe.

The title is an overt reference to Daniel Goldhagen’s Author: Gordon Haber. : Investigating Italy's Past through Historical Crime Fiction, Films, and TV Series: Murder in the Age of Chaos (Italian and Italian American Studies) (): Pezzotti, Barbara: BooksAuthor: Barbara Pezzotti.

The Holocaust in Italian Culture, – Article in Journal of Modern Italian Studies 19(1) January with 16 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Sergio Parussa. TY - BOOK TI - The Holocaust in Italian Culture, – AU - Gordon, Robert SP - CY - Stanford PB - Stanford University Press PY - UR - Robert Gordon’s The Holocuast in Italian Culture, (Stanford University Press) is the first wide-ranging study of how Italy confronted or failed to confront the Holocaust over the postwar era, in a rich analysis of a wide array of cultural production.

The book examines a wide range of cultural material – from books and publishers, to films, museums and monuments, music, politics, associations and. The Holocaust in Italian Culture, by Robert S.C. Gordon, Gordon Robert. Title The Holocaust in Italian Culture, Author Robert S.C.

Gordon, Gordon Robert. Robert S.C. Gordon is Senior Lecturer in Italian and Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University.

Robert Gordon’s The Holocuast in Italian Culture, (Stanford University Press) is the first wide-ranging study of how Italy confronted or failed to confront the Holocaust over the postwar era, in a rich analysis of a wide array of cultural production.

The list of sources used in the research is included in the book, Il Libro della Memoria, Mursia (last revised edition: ), and is periodically updated. Keywords: Holocaust, Jewish () --Registers of dead --Italy.

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University of Cambridge, author of The Holocaust in Italian Culture, - Robert S.C. Gordon Susanne Knittel’s study of 'disability, ethnicity, and the politics of Holocaust memory' is an extraordinarily original addition to the contemporary literature of Holocaust memory : Susanne C.

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Fascist Italy was the model for Nazi Germany, and Mussolini was Hitler's prime ally in the Second World War.

But Italy also became a theater of war and a victim of Nazi persecution afteras resistance Author: Melinda Raine. The Holocaust in Italy was the persecution, deportation, and murder of Jews between and in the Italian Social Republic, the part of the Kingdom of Italy occupied by Nazi Germany after the Italian surrender on September 8,during World War II.

The oppression of Italian Jews began in with the enactment of Racial Laws of segregation by the fascist regime of Benito ory: Italian Social Republic. Robert Gordon, The Holocaust in Italian Culture,Michael A. Livingstone, The Fascists and The Jews of Italy, Kertzer, David, The Pope and Mussolini: The Secret History of Pius XI and the Rise of Fascism in Europe, Susan Knittel, The Historical Uncanny: Disability, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Holocaust Memory, The Holocaust in Italian Culture, is the first major study of how postwar Italy confronted, or failed to confront, the Holocaust.

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Fascist Italy was the model for Nazi Germany, and Mussolini was Hitler's prime ally in the Second World War. The Holocaust in Italian Culture, – is the first major study of how postwar Italy confronted, or failed to confront, the Holocaust.

Fascist Italy was the model for Nazi Germany, and Mussolini was Hitler's prime ally in the Second World War. But Italy also became a theater of war and a victim of Nazi persecution afteras.

So imagine this. It is the s. An Italian police official working under Benito Mussolini (Hitler's primary ally in Italy) actively defied orders to implement Hitler's "Final Solution" of eliminating Jews from the face of the earth. In the process, he saved thousands of Jewish.

The Holocaust in Italian Culture () is magisterial in its analysis and synthesis of Italy’s postwar coming-to-terms with the Shoa in all its complexity.

The process was initially slow and discontinuous, sometimes blurred by the lingering impacts of Fascism and the Resistance before it became finally embedded in national culture.

Robert S. Gordon is Professor of Modern Italian Culture at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Gonville and Caius College. He is the author of Primo Levi's Ordinary Virtues () and 'Outrageous Fortune': Luck and the Holocaust (). He applied the “Page 99 Test” to his latest book, The Holocaust in Italian Culture,and reported the following:Author: Marshal Zeringue.

- —Robert S.C. Gordon, University of Cambridge, author of The Holocaust in Italian Culture, Susanne Knittel's book is beautifully written and original. It will inspire a necessary and overdue dialogue between Holocaust studies, memory studies, and disability studies.

Professor Gordon’s latest book,  The Holocaust in Italian Culture, –, is the first major study of how postwar Italy confronted, or failed to confront, the Holocaust. Fascist Italy was the model for Nazi Germany, and Mussolini was Hitler’s prime ally in the Second World War.The Holocaust in Italian Culture, – is the first major study of how postwar Italy confronted, or failed to confront, the Holocaust.

Fascist Italy was the model for Nazi Germany, and Mussolini was Hitler's prime ally in the Second World War.Gordon, Robert, The Holocaust in Italian Culture, – (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ) Gross, Ariela, “ Beyond Black and White: Cultural Approaches to Race and Slavery,” Columbia Law Review ().