Meditations of a Holocaust Traveler

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SUNY Press, 1995 - History - 185 pages
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Markle grasps at the Holocaust, not only from the writings of survivors and academic specialists, but also from his experience as a tourist of the Holocaust. He challenges the way we typically think about the Holocaust: them versus us; then versus now; there versus here. He travels across time, place, and subject to ponder the meaning of the Holocaust for contemporary cultures."
 

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banality
31
bureaucracy
63
modernity
99
after
131

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Gerald E. Markle is Professor of Sociology at Western Michigan University.

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