Remembering for the Future

The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide

  • Editors
  • John K. Roth
  • Elisabeth Maxwell
  • Margot Levy
  • Wendy Whitworth

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-lxix
  2. Opening Address

    1. Colin Lucas
      Pages 3-17
  3. Genocide

  4. The Ghettos and the Camps

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 153-154
    2. Gennady Barkun
      Pages 155-162
    3. Grace Caporino, Diane Isaacs
      Pages 187-197
    4. Tim Cole
      Pages 198-210
    5. Gustavo Corni
      Pages 211-229
    6. Miriam Gillis-Carlebach
      Pages 230-247
    7. Myrna Goldenberg
      Pages 248-257
    8. Elena Makarova, Sergei Makarov
      Pages 258-278
    9. Cheyenne Martin, Susan Bakewell-Sachs
      Pages 279-288
    10. Gunnar S. Paulsson
      Pages 302-318
  5. Destruction and Resistance

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 353-354
    2. Yitshak Arad
      Pages 355-370
    3. Janet Blair
      Pages 389-409
    4. T. D. Kramer
      Pages 439-455
    5. Elena Marushiakova, Vesselin Popov
      Pages 456-465
    6. Iael Orvieto
      Pages 466-480
    7. David Patterson
      Pages 481-494
    8. James N. Pellechia, Jolene Chu
      Pages 495-511
    9. Milan Ristović
      Pages 512-526
    10. Nathan Stoltzfus
      Pages 543-551
    11. Nechama Tec
      Pages 552-569
    12. Lenore J. Weitzman
      Pages 589-609
  6. The Perpetrators

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 611-611
    2. Frank Bajohr
      Pages 613-629
    3. Sarah Danielsson
      Pages 630-644
    4. Niles R. Holt
      Pages 645-656
    5. Susanne Heim
      Pages 657-673
    6. Michel Laffitte
      Pages 674-687
    7. David Alan Rich
      Pages 688-701

About this book


Focused on 'The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide', Remembering for the Future brings together the work of nearly 200 scholars from more than 30 countries and features cutting-edge scholarship across a range of disciplines, amounting to the most extensive and powerful reassessment of the Holocaust ever undertaken. In addition to its international scope, the project emphasizes that varied disciplinary perspectives are needed to analyze and to check the genocidal forces that have made the Twentieth century so deadly. Historians and ethicists, psychologists and literary scholars, political scientists and theologians, sociologists and philosophers - all of these, and more, bring their expertise to bear on the Holocaust and genocide. Their contributions show the new discoveries that are being made and the distinctive approaches that are being developed in the study of genocide, focusing both on archival and oral evidence, and on the religious and cultural representation of the Holocaust.


20. Jahrhundert 20th century Auschwitz culture education ethics Genocide Ghetto history Holocaust Judaism modern history philosophy politics religion

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 2001
  • Publisher Name Palgrave Macmillan, London
  • eBook Packages Palgrave History Collection
  • Print ISBN 978-0-333-80486-5
  • Online ISBN 978-1-349-66019-3
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