Table of contents for Absence/presence : critical essays on the artistic memory of the Holocaust / edited by Stephen C. Feinstein.

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Introduction: A Scream/A Repetition/A Transformation
Stephen C. Feinstein
Part One: Trauma, Memory, Discourse
1. Picturing Death: Better This Than Silence
Robert Poor
2. Probing the Limits of the Politics of Representation
Jeremy Varon
3. How to Remember
Nancy Weston
4. After Auschwitz: Art and the Holocaust
Monica Bohm-Duchen
5. From the Sublime to the Abject: Six Decades of Art
Andrew Weinstein
6. Matters of Interpretation: One Artist's Commentary
Ruth Liberman
7. Conversations with Rzeszow: An Artist's Journey
Joyce Lyon
8. Disaster Art: A Plea Against the Peripheral Stuff
Pier Marton
Part Two: Issues in Representation
9. Haunting the Empty Place
Ziva Amishai-Maisels
10. Jewish Artists in New York: The 1940s
Matthew Baigell
11. R. B. Kitaj's "Good Bad" Diasporism and the Body in American Jewish Postmodern Art
Sander L. Gilman
12. From Rejection to Recognition: Israeli Art and the Holocaust
Dalia Manor
13. Bak's Variations on a Theme by Bak
Lawrence L. Langer
14. Toward a Post-Holocaust Theology in Art: The Search for the Absent and Present God
Stephen C. Feinstein
15. The Antinomies of Censorship: The Case of Zbigniew Libera
Roxana Marcoci
Part Three: Aftermath
16. Art, Politics, and Memory: A Brief Introduction to the Story of Nazi-Plundered Art
Ori Z. Soltes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), and art.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in art.