Table of contents for Testimony, tensions, and tikkun : teaching the Holocaust in colleges and universities / edited and Introduced by Myrna Goldenberg and Rochelle L. Millen.

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Foreword	vii
	Hubert G. Locke
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
	Myrna Goldenberg and Rochelle L. Millen
Part One. Course Content	000
1 / Use of the Arts in the Classroom: An Unexpected Alternative	000
	Stephen Feinstein
2 / History, Memory, and City: Case Study¿Berlin	000
	Rachel Rapperport Munn
3 / Looking for Words: Teaching the Holocaust in Writing-Intensive Courses	000
	Beth Hawkins
4 / Teaching Business Ethics and the Holocaust	000
	Donald Felipe
5 / Teaching the Holocaust: The Ethics of "Witness" History	000
	Tam Parker
6 / From the Archive to the Classroom: Reflections on Teaching the History of the Holocaust 
in Different Countries	000
	Paul A. Levine
7 / Teaching as Testimony: Pedagogical Peculiarities of Teaching the Holocaust	000
	David Patterson
8 / Histories: Betrayed and Unfulfilled	000
	Timothy A. Bennett and Rochelle L. Millen
9 / Cross-Disciplinary Notes: Four Questions for Teaching the Shoah	000
	David R. Blumenthal
10 / Developing Criteria for Religious and Ethical Teaching of the Holocaust	000
	Didier Pollefeyt
Part Two. The Process and Nature of Student Learning	000
11 / Students' Affective Responses to Studying the Holocaust: Pedagogical Issues and an 
Interview Process	000
	Amy Shapiro
12 / Keeping the Faith: Exploring the Holocaust with Christian Students	000
	Mary Todd
13 / Teaching Theology after Auschwitz: A Political-Theological Perspective	000
	Juergen Manemann
Part Three. Progress and Process: Higher Education, Museums, and Memorials
14 / The Tensions of Teaching: Truth and Consequences	000
	Laurinda Stryker
15 / An Unlikely Setting: Holocaust Education in Orange County	000
	Marilyn J. Harran
16 / The Importance of Teaching the Holocaust in Community College: Democratizing the 
Study of the Holocaust	000
	Myrna Goldenberg
17 / Teaching about the Holocaust in the Setting of Museums and Memorials	000
	Stephen D. Smith
18 / Dialogue at the Threshold: The Pastora Goldner Symposium and the Work of Tikkun 
Olam	000
	Leonard Grob and Henry F. Knight
About the Editors and Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Study and teaching (Higher).
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States.