Perpetration and complicity under Nazism and beyond : compromised identities?

Chapter 1: Introduction: 'Compromised Identities?' -- Part I: Theorizing ambiguity, compromise and complexity -- Chapter 2: 'Compromised identities?', ageing perpetrators and compromising forgiveness -- Chapter 3: Conformity, compliance and complicity: 'Ordinary people'...

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Weitere Verfasser: Bird, Stephanie (HerausgeberIn), Fulbrook, Mary 1951- (HerausgeberIn), Willems, Bastiaan (HerausgeberIn), Rauch, Stefanie (HerausgeberIn)
Format: E-Book
Sprache:English
Veröffentlicht: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2023
Schlagworte:Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) World War, 1939-1945 Responsibility Agent (Philosophy) National socialism Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)-Moral and ethical aspects World War, 1939-1945-Atrocities-Germany
Umfang:1 online resource (305 pages)
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Zusammenfassung:Chapter 1: Introduction: 'Compromised Identities?' -- Part I: Theorizing ambiguity, compromise and complexity -- Chapter 2: 'Compromised identities?', ageing perpetrators and compromising forgiveness -- Chapter 3: Conformity, compliance and complicity: 'Ordinary people' and the Holocaust -- Chapter 4: Complicities, re-presented: Literary portrayals in totalitarianism and neoliberalism -- Chapter 5: In search of the bystander: Some reflections on the 'social turn' in Holocaust studies and its ramifications -- Part II: Confrontations with violence -- Chapter 6: Studying East European perpetrators: The case of Belarus -- Chapter 7: Compromising roles: German actresses in German-occupied Minsk -- Chapter 8: Gender and transgressive violence in post-war accounts -- Chapter 9: Israeli national narratives, complicity and activism: Noam Chayut's The Girl Who Stole My Holocaust and Breaking the Silence -- Part III: Law, complicity and perpetration -- Chapter 10: The constitutive role of Nazi law: Constructing complicity in the Third Reich -- Chapter 11: Public execution in your community: The summary courts of 1945 Germany -- Chapter 12: Excess and normality: West German and Austrian media and Nazi crimes trials from the 1950s to the 1980s -- Chapter 13: Pinochet's accomplices: Perpetration, civilian complicity and individual versus institutional culpability in domestic atrocity crime accountability -- Part IV: Framing the past -- Chapter 14: Perpetrator memory and the fascist exile in Argentina: A case study -- Chapter 15: Complicity versus cooperation: Zygmunt Bauman's Modernity and the Holocaust and Claude Lanzmann's Shoah and its outtakes.
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Beschreibung:1 online resource (305 pages)
ISBN:9781350327795
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9781350327771
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