Tag: Jews

Depression, Antisemitism and the Writing of History: Remembering Evelien Gans

Jazmine Contreras , February 20th, 2022


Historian Evelien Gans was a renowned anti-Semitism and Holocaust scholar. In 2018, she took her own life. This had many causes, but also challenges us to reflect on…


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The German Catechism

A. Dirk Moses , May 23rd, 2021


For many, the memory of the Holocaust as a break with civilization is the moral foundation of the Federal Republic. To compare it with other genocides is therefore…


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From Hollywood to Hitler: Rethinking the Cultural Politics of Propaganda

Maximilian C. Forte , January 6th, 2020


What is propaganda? What does cinema reveal about the Third Reich and its people? What are German films about during the Third Reich? What do they reveal? And…


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“What counts is the imagination of ham, rather than its actual existence,” An Interview with Joelle Bahloul

foodanthro , January 6th, 2020


In this third installment of interviews with anthropologists about their work on food, David Sutton talks with Joelle Bahloul, whose work on food and memory has inspired many…


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Let Your Let Shine #UnitedWeStand #PrayfortheWorld

sydneyyeager , November 16th, 2015


Let your light shine in the face of terror, hatred, and evil. Only if we stand united in love, will our inner light be able to banish this…


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