Dialogue and Disjunction: Studies in Jewish German Literature, Culture & Thought

Dialogue and Disjunction: Studies in Jewish German Writing and Thought is devoted to original scholarship on the long history of Jewish German literary and cultural production. Titles in this series analyze the intellectually productive but also historically cataclysmic interactions, reactions, and effects of the Jewish German connection along multiple lines of inquiry, assessing positive impacts and negative consequences, key moments of dialogue and of discord, and the many ambivalent engagements that fall somewhere in between. 

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  • German Jewish Literature after 1990

    Edited by Agnes Mueller, Katja Garloff
    Camden House
    Edited volume tracing the development of a new generation of German Jewish writers, offering fresh interpretations of individual works, and probing the very concept of "German Jewish literature."

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    $95.00

  • Persistent Legacy

    Edited by Erin McGlothlin, Jennifer M. Kapczynski
    Camden House
    New essays by prominent scholars in German and Holocaust Studies exploring the boundaries and confluences between the fields and examining new transnational approaches to the Holocaust. Learn More

    Starting at: $60.00

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  • Witness between Languages

    Peter Davies
    Camden House
    Shows how making translation and its effects visible contributes to a clearer understanding of how knowledge about the Holocaust has been and continues to be created and mediated.

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    Starting at: $55.00

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  • Witnessing, Memory, Poetics

    Edited by Helen Finch, Lynn L. Wolff
    Camden House
    Investigates the connections between German writers H.G. Adler and W.G. Sebald and reveals a new hybrid paradigm of writing about the Holocaust in light of the wider literary-political implications of Holocaust representation since 1945.

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    $95.00

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