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History (1933-1948) : what we choose to remember

Author: Margaret Monahan Hogan; James Lies; Garaventa Center for Catholic Intellectual Life and American Culture.
Publisher: Portland, OR : University of Portland, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Monahan Hogan; James Lies; Garaventa Center for Catholic Intellectual Life and American Culture.
ISBN: 0981777147 9780981777146
OCLC Number: 761223284
Description: 448 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Remembering the suffering of the people. For the people of the land : peace with justice / Elias Chacour --
Miracles in Auschwitz : word and art as Kaddish / Alice Lok Cahana. Remembering the response of the Catholic Church. The Vatican and the United States: rapprochement in time of war / Gerald P. Fogarty --
Interpreting "We remember" : a reflection on the Shoah : the history and development of the Holy See / Eugene J. Fisher --
Why history matters for Christian-Jewish relations / John T. Pawlinkowski. Remembering Christian resistance. From pacifist to conspirator : the ethical journey of Dietrich Bonhoeffer / Walton Padelford --
Bonhoeffer and Delp: the view from below / Steven P. Millies --
Dietrich Bonhoeffer's journey of resistance / Richard A. Loomis. Remembering Jewish resistance. 1 man's fight : 1,200 saved / Temitayo Ope Peters --
The prisoner hospital at Buna-Monowitz / Ewa K. Bacon. Remembering the voices of Women. Edith Stein : the nature and vocation of women / Laura L. Garcia --
Par[a]digm lost : Gertrud Von Le Fort's "The eternal woman" / Margaret Monahan Hogan. Remembering resistance to Communism. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn : how and why he chose to remember / Douglas Kries. Remembering the influence of ideology. Conflicts from the past; lessons for the present : Dr. Alice Von Platen v. Dr. Karl Brandt / Peter M. Carney --
The narrow path : SS morality and the memoirs of Rudolph Höss / Morgan Rempel --
Resistance as reaction : the anti-Totalitarian offspring of martin Heidegger / Aaron D. Hoffman. Remembering the role of business. Accountants and what they may wish to forget (but do so at their profession's peril) / Ellen Lippman and Paula Wilson. Remembering history to direct the present. An achievable two state solution / Frank Afranji, Rodney Page, Joshua Stampfer --
The historical myth of Zionism : its effects on the people of the land / J.G. Steubbel --
The Federal Republic of Germany : immigration and national identity / Eliot Dickinson. Remembering the role of the arts in fashioning culture. "He laughs loudly" : Hitler, Nazism, and Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg / Sammy Basu --
The art of survival : art as a response to the Holocaust / Molly Powers. Remembering the stories as endowment for the next generation. Stifling daily life : the erosion of civil liberties of Jewish citizens / Eloise Rosenblatt --
Shoah/Nakbah : offerings of memory and history / Judith Mendelsohn Rood.
Other Titles: History 1933-1948 what we choose to remember
Responsibility: Garaventa Center for Catholic Intellectual Life and American Culture ; Margaret Monahan Hogan, James M. Lies, editors.
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