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History, Religion, and Meaning: American Reflections on the Holocaust and Israel 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0313312885
ISBN-13: 9780313312885
Sku: 30751124
Publish Date: 9/1/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.5H x 6.5L x 0.75T
Pages:  144
Age Range:  NA
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Presents new ideas on selected themes related to the interrelationships of the Holocaust, America, and Israel.
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The Holocaust continues to be a defining event for understanding not only the course of history during the 20th century but the course of human events in general. Perhaps the most contentious issue is that of how the Holocaust continues to be understood, explained, and appropriated. The chapters focus on questions arising from the Holocaust and that have to do with the American understandings of the interrelated web of history, religion, and meaning. In addition, the contributors, from a variety of disciplines, express views that range across several dimensions of receptivity and both support and challenge other views of how the Holocaust should be commemorated and/or historically situated.The Holocaust continues to be a defining event for understanding not only the course of history during the 20th century but the course of human events in general. Perhaps the most contentious issue is that of how the Holocaust continues to be understood, explained, and appropriated. The chapters focus on questions arising from the Holocaust and that have to do with the American understandings of the interrelated web of history, religion, and meaning. In addition, the contributors, from a variety of disciplines, express views that range across several dimensions of receptivity and both support and challenge other views of how the Holocaust should be commemorated and/or historically situated.
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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0144
Product attributePublisher:   Praeger
Product attributeSeries Part:   62
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