Table of contents for Teaching Holocaust literature and film / Robert Eaglestone, Barry Langford, [editors].


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PART 1: ISSUES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING * Why Teach Holocaust literature? Primo Levi on a Literary Narrative Module--* R.Falconer * An interdisciplinary module? The course design of 'Representing the Holocaust' at The University of Salford--J.Kilby & A.Rowland * From 'Representing the Holocaust' to 'Memory and Trauma in Contemporary Literature'--S.Vice & G.Bodger * The Role of Theories of Memory in Course Design--A.Whitehead * Teaching Anti-Semitism: Sophie's Choice in a Pedagogical Context--R.C.Spargo * PART 2: THEORETICAL REFLECTIONS * Intersections: history, theory, literature and pedagogy in the teaching of Holocaust Literature--N.King * Teaching Holocaust Film and Television: popularity, authenticity, historiography--B.Langford * Students' responses to Holocaust film--L.Saxton * Teaching Holocaust literature and film to history students: Teaching The Pawnbroker--T.Cole * Teaching and Studying Holocaust Poetry--B.Thomson * Questions of Mediation and Experience: teaching Francophone Holocaust Life Writing--U.Tidd * 'Holocaust Theory'?--R.Eaglestone * Bibliography * Index
PART 1: ISSUES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING * Why Teach Holocaust literature? Primo Levi on a Literary Narrative Module--* R.Falconer * An interdisciplinary module? The course design of 'Representing the Holocaust' at The University of Salford--J.Kilby & A.Rowland * From 'Representing the Holocaust' to 'Memory and Trauma in Contemporary Literature'--S.Vice & G.Bodger * The Role of Theories of Memory in Course Design--A.Whitehead * Teaching Anti-Semitism: Sophie's Choice in a Pedagogical Context--R.C.Spargo * PART 2: THEORETICAL REFLECTIONS * Intersections: history, theory, literature and pedagogy in the teaching of Holocaust Literature--N.King * Teaching Holocaust Film and Television: popularity, authenticity, historiography--B.Langford * Students' responses to Holocaust film--L.Saxton * Teaching Holocaust literature and film to history students: Teaching The Pawnbroker--T.Cole * Teaching and Studying Holocaust Poetry--B.Thomson * Questions of Mediation and Experience: teaching Francophone Holocaust Life Writing--U.Tidd * 'Holocaust Theory'?--R.Eaglestone * Bibliography * Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in literature -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in motion pictures -- Study and teaching (Higher)