Rethinking Holocaust Justice: Essays across Disciplines

Author:   Norman J. Goda
Publisher:   Berghahn Books
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Pages:   352
Publication Date:   30 November 2019
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Author:   Norman J. Goda
Publisher:   Berghahn Books
Imprint:   Berghahn Books
ISBN:  

9781789205145


ISBN 10:   178920514
Pages:   352
Publication Date:   30 November 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  General/trade ,  Undergraduate ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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Figures Acknowledgments Abbreviations A Note on Editing Introduction Norman J.W. Goda PART I: LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS APPROACHES TO HOLOCAUST JUSTICE Chapter 1. Before the Law: The Poetics of Justice in Hannah Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem Eric Kligerman Chapter 2. Criminal Trials as Rituals of Purification Katharina von Kellenbach PART II: TESTIMONY AND NARRATIVE Chapter 3. What Kind of Narrative is Legal Testimony? Terezin Witnesses Before of Czechoslovak, Austrian, and German Courts Anna Hajkova Chapter 4. A Morality of Evil: Nazi Ethics and the Defense Strategies of German Perpetrators Kerstin von Lingen PART III: APPROACHES TO JUSTICE IN THE KILLING FIELDS Chapter 5. The Second Wave of Soviet Justice: The 1960s War Crimes Trials Alexander V. Prusin Chapter 6. Not quite Klaus Barbie, but in that Category Mykola Lebed, the CIA, and the Airbrushing of the Past Per Anders Rudling Chapter 7. Convicting the Cog: The Munich Trial of John Demjanjuk Lawrence Douglas PART IV: RETHINKING APPROACHES TO HOLOCAUST RESTITUTION Chapter 8. Reparations, Victims, and Trauma in the Wake of the Holocaust Regula Ludi Chapter 9. Achieving a Measure of Justice and Writing Holocaust History through US Restitution Litigation Michael J. Bazyler Chapter 10. The Fortunate Possessor: The Case of Gustav Klimt's Beethoven Frieze Sophie Lillie PART V: RETURNING TO NUREMBERG Chapter 11. Judging from Without: German Clergy, Public Pressure, and Postwar Justice JonDavid K. Wyneken Chapter 12. Rough Justice and the US Approach to War Crimes Prosecution: Dachau, Guantanamo Bay, and the Nuremberg Exception Tomaz Jardim Index

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This volume is a tremendously exciting and thought-provoking exploration of understudied aspects of Holocaust justice. It fills a major lacuna in the literature. Katrin Paehler, author of The Third Reich's Intelligence Services: The Career of Walter Schellenberg


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Norman J. W. Goda is the Norman and Irma Braman Professor of Holocaust Studies at the University of Florida. His books include The Holocaust: Europe, the World, and the Jews 1918-1945 (2013), Tales from Spandau: Nazi Criminals and the Cold War (2007), and the edited volume Jewish Histories of the Holocaust: New Transnational Approaches (2014).

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